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Brain Cancer Potentially Resists Immunotherapies by Trapping T Cells in Bone Marrow

News   Aug 20, 2018 | Original story from Osaka University

 
Brain Cancer Potentially Resists Immunotherapies by Trapping T Cells in Bone Marrow

The level of the T-cell surface protein S1P1 reduced in brain tumor patients, leading to relative increase in T-cell numbers in the bone marrow. Credit: Osaka University

 
 
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