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Costimulation of γδTCR and TLR7/8 promotes Vδ2 T cell antitumor activity by modulating mTOR pathway and APC function
Source PublicationJOURNAL FOR IMMUNOTHERAPY OF CANCER
2021
Volume9Issue:12
Huaishan Wang; Hui Chen; Shujing Liu; Jie Zhang; Hezhe Lu; Rajasekharan Somasundaram; Robin Choi; Gao Zhang; Lingling Ou; John Scholler; Shifu Tian; Liyun Dong; Guo Yeye; Lili Huang; Thomas Connelly; Ling Li; Alexander Huang; Tara C Mitchell; Yi Fan; Carl H June; Gordon B Mills; Wei Guo; Meenhard Herlyn; Xiaowei XuJ
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ioz.ac.cn/handle/000000/15153
Collection膜生物学国家重点实验室
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Huaishan Wang,Hui Chen,Shujing Liu,et al. Costimulation of γδTCR and TLR7/8 promotes Vδ2 T cell antitumor activity by modulating mTOR pathway and APC function[J]. JOURNAL FOR IMMUNOTHERAPY OF CANCER,2021,9(12).
APA Huaishan Wang.,Hui Chen.,Shujing Liu.,Jie Zhang.,Hezhe Lu.,...&Xiaowei XuJ.(2021).Costimulation of γδTCR and TLR7/8 promotes Vδ2 T cell antitumor activity by modulating mTOR pathway and APC function.JOURNAL FOR IMMUNOTHERAPY OF CANCER,9(12).
MLA Huaishan Wang,et al."Costimulation of γδTCR and TLR7/8 promotes Vδ2 T cell antitumor activity by modulating mTOR pathway and APC function".JOURNAL FOR IMMUNOTHERAPY OF CANCER 9.12(2021).
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