A new study, 'Autoimmune response induced by dendritic cells exerts anti-tumor effect in murine model of leukemia,' is now available. "An autoimmune response can be induced with the application of dendritic cells (DCs), offering a viable tumorvaccine for cancerimmunotherapy. Previous studies have shown that DC-based tumor vaccines in animal tumor models can inhibit tumor growth and induce autoantibodies transiently without clinical or histological features of autoimmunity," scientists writing in the Journal of Autoimmunity report.
"The present study aimed to investigate the role of immune response induced by dendritic cells-based therapy, especially anti-ds DNA...
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