Published in Cancer Weekly, August 31st, 2004
"The ideal vaccine carrier should be able to target antigen delivery and possibly recruit antigen-presenting cells (APC) and deliver an activation signal to promote adaptive immune responses. Ligands for chemokine receptors expressed on APC may be attractive candidates, as they can both target and attract APC. To investigate the requirement for APC recruitment, we used a pair of viral chemokines, agonist herpes simplex virus 8-derived macrophage inflammatory protein-I (vMIP-I) and antagonist MC148, which induce and suppress chemotaxis,...
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