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Assessing Microenvironment Immunogenicity Using Tumor Specimen Exomes: Co-detection of TcR-α/β V(D)J Recombinations Correlates with PD-1Expression

Poster   Dec 12, 2017

 
Assessing Microenvironment Immunogenicity Using Tumor Specimen Exomes: Co-detection of TcR-α/β V(D)J Recombinations Correlates with PD-1Expression
 
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Yaping N. Tu, Wei Lue Tong, Mohammad D. Samy, John M. Yavorski, Minjung Kim, George Blanck

 
 

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License

 
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