Recurrent Frameshift Neoantigen Vaccine Elicits Protective Immunity With Reduced Tumor Burden and Improved Overall Survival in a Lynch Syndrome Mouse Model

Johannes Gebert, Ozkan Gelincik, Mine Oezcan-Wahlbrink, Jason D. Marshall, Alejandro Hernandez-Sanchez, Katharina Urban, Mark Long, Eduardo Cortes, Elena Tosti, Eva Maria Katzenmaier, Yurong Song, Ali Elsaadi, Nan Deng, Eduardo Vilar, Vera Fuchs, Nina Nelius, Yan P. Yuan, Aysel Ahadova, Shizuko Sei, Robert H. ShoemakerAsad Umar, Lei Wei, Song Liu, Peer Bork, Winfried Edelmann, Magnus von Knebel Doeberitz, Steven M. Lipkin, Matthias Kloor

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