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Academic Article Tumor-derived multiple chaperone enrichment by free-solution isoelectric focusing yields potent antitumor vaccines.
Academic Article Stressed apoptotic tumor cells stimulate dendritic cells and induce specific cytotoxic T cells.
Academic Article Induction of BCR-ABL-specific immunity following vaccination with chaperone-rich cell lysates derived from BCR-ABL+ tumor cells.
Academic Article Imatinib mesylate effectively combines with chaperone-rich cell lysate-loaded dendritic cells to treat bcr-abl+ murine leukemia.
Academic Article Chaperone-rich cell lysates, immune activation and tumor vaccination.
Academic Article Peritransplantation vaccination with chaperone-rich cell lysate induces antileukemia immunity.
Academic Article Chaperone-rich cell lysate embedded with BCR-ABL peptide demonstrates enhanced anti-tumor activity against a murine BCR-ABL positive leukemia.
Academic Article Immunoprotective activities of multiple chaperone proteins isolated from murine B-cell leukemia/lymphoma.
Academic Article Vesiculated alpha-tocopheryl succinate enhances the anti-tumor effect of dendritic cell vaccines.
Academic Article Exogenous stress proteins enhance the immunogenicity of apoptotic tumor cells and stimulate antitumor immunity.
Academic Article Tumor-derived chaperone-rich cell lysates are effective therapeutic vaccines against a variety of cancers.
Academic Article Immunotherapy against angiogenesis-associated targets: evidence and implications for the treatment of malignant glioma.
Academic Article Differential capacity of chaperone-rich lysates in cross-presenting human endogenous and exogenous melanoma differentiation antigens.
Concept Cancer Vaccines
Academic Article The 'peptidome' of tumour-derived chaperone-rich cell lysate anti-cancer vaccines reveals potential tumour antigens that stimulate tumour immunity.
Academic Article Prolonged remission of advanced bronchoalveolar adenocarcinoma in a dog treated with autologous, tumour-derived chaperone-rich cell lysate (CRCL) vaccine.
Academic Article Proteomic analyses of different human tumour-derived chaperone-rich cell lysate (CRCL) anti-cancer vaccines reveal antigen content and strong similarities amongst the vaccines along with a basis for CRCL's unique structure: CRCL vaccine proteome leads to unique structure.
Academic Article Endoplasmic reticulum chaperones and their roles in the immunogenicity of cancer vaccines.
Academic Article Extracellular vesicles in cancer immune responses: roles of purinergic receptors.

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