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Disease Models, Animal
Effects of facial nerve axotomy on Th2- and Th1-associated chemokine expression in the facial motor nucleus of wild-type and presymptomatic mSOD1 mice.
Thymus-derived rather than tumor-induced regulatory T cells predominate in brain tumors.
Short hairpin RNA-mediated fibronectin knockdown delays tumor growth in a mouse glioma model.
The expression of BST2 in human and experimental mouse brain tumors.
Heme oxygenase-1 protects regulatory T cells from hypoxia-induced cellular stress in an experimental mouse brain tumor model.
Depletion of myeloid-derived suppressor cells during interleukin-12 immunogene therapy does not confer a survival advantage in experimental malignant glioma.
Durable therapeutic efficacy utilizing combinatorial blockade against IDO, CTLA-4, and PD-L1 in mice with brain tumors.
Advanced age negatively impacts survival in an experimental brain tumor model.
Non-tumor cell IDO1 predominantly contributes to enzyme activity and response to CTLA-4/PD-L1 inhibition in mouse glioblastoma.
Therapeutic Hypothesis Testing With Rodent Brain Tumor Models.
A Dendritic Cell-Targeted Adenoviral Vector Facilitates Adaptive Immune Response Against Human Glioma Antigen (CMV-IE) and Prolongs Survival in a Human Glioma Tumor Model.
Workshop on challenges, insights, and future directions for mouse and humanized models in cancer immunology and immunotherapy: a report from the associated programs of the 2016 annual meeting for the Society for Immunotherapy of cancer.
IDO1 Inhibition Synergizes with Radiation and PD-1 Blockade to Durably Increase Survival Against Advanced Glioblastoma.
Advanced Age Increases Immunosuppression in the Brain and Decreases Immunotherapeutic Efficacy in Subjects with Glioblastoma.
Immunosuppressive IDO in Cancer: Mechanisms of Action, Animal Models, and Targeting Strategies.
Disease Models Animal