Lymphangiogenesis-inducing vaccines elicit potent and long-lasting T cell immunity against melanomas
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March 1, 202139 min read, 7830 words

Lymphangiogenesis-inducing vaccines elicit potent and long-lasting T cell immunity against melanomasLymphangiogenesis-inducing vaccines elicit potent and long-lasting T cell immunity against melanomas

University of Chicago and Chicago and 1Pritzker School for Molecular Engineering and Il and Usa.
Published: March 1, 2021  |  39 min read, 7830 words
In melanoma, the induction of lymphatic growth (lymphangiogenesis) has long been correlated with metastasis and poor prognosis, but we recently showed it can synergistically enhance cancer immunotherapy and boost T cell immunity. Here, we develop a translational approach for expl...
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