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CD200 in CNS tumor-induced immunosuppression: the role for CD200 pathway blockade in targeted immunotherapy.

  • Author(s): Prins, Robert
  • Okada, Hideho
  • Moertel, CL
  • Xia, J
  • LaRue, R
  • Waldron, NN
  • Andersen, BM
  • Prins, RM
  • Donson, AM
  • Foreman, NK
  • Hunt, MA
  • et al.

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Immunological quiescence in the central nervous system (CNS) is a potential barrier to immune mediated anti-tumor response. One suppressive mechanism results from the interaction of parenchyma-derived CD200 and its receptor on myeloid cells. We suggest tha

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