Published in Vaccine Weekly, September 1st, 2004
"Dendritic cells (DCs) loaded with antigens can effectively stimulate host immune responses to syngeneic tumors, but there is considerable controversy as to which forms of antigen-loading are most immunogenic. Here, the authors compared immunotherapeutic reactivities of DCs loaded with a variety of antigen preparations. Because DC maturation stages affect their capacities of antigen processing and presentation, two DC populations were used for the current analysis: in vivo Flt-3 ligand-induced mature DCs and in vitro bone...
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