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  • adjective Of or pertaining to co-stimulation

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  • Ongoing studies involve the role of chemokine-dependent pathways in graft rejection and tolerance; identification and characterization of costimulatory pathways; manipulation of the NFkB pathway; and development of practical tools to enhance the function of regulatory T cells, so as to improve outcomes post-transplant; further details are available.

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  • Ongoing studies involve the role of chemokine-dependent pathways in graft rejection and tolerance; identification and characterization of costimulatory pathways; manipulation of the NFkB pathway; and development of practical tools to enhance the function of regulatory T cells, so as to improve outcomes post-transplant; further details are available.

    Basic Biliary Atresia Research

  • The randomized phase II study involved the PROSTVAC-VF vaccine, a combination of two weakened poxviruses that have been genetically programmed to produce slightly irregular versions of prostate specific antigen (PSA) - a protein on the surface of prostate cells that is abnormal in many prostate cancers - and three costimulatory molecules that spur the immune system to a more vigorous attack on tumor cells.

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  • Pelfrey CM, Moldovan IR, Cotleur AC, Zamor N, Rudick RA (2005) Effects of sex hormones on costimulatory molecule expression in multiple sclerosis.

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  • The randomized phase II study involved the PROSTVAC-VF vaccine, a combination of two weakened poxviruses that have been genetically programmed to produce slightly irregular versions of prostate specific antigen (PSA) a protein on the surface of prostate cells that is abnormal in many prostate cancers and three costimulatory molecules that spur the immune system to a more vigorous attack on tumor cells.

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  • The randomized phase II study involved the PROSTVAC-VF vaccine, a combination of two weakened poxviruses that have been genetically programmed to produce slightly irregular versions of prostate specific antigen (PSA) - a protein on the surface of prostate cells that is abnormal in many prostate cancers - and three costimulatory molecules that spur the immune system to a more vigorous attack on tumor cells.

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  • + DC expressed costimulatory surface markers CD80 (65. 66% vs. 17. 43%), CD86 (57. 43% vs. 30%) and CD40 (44% vs. 35%) compared with iCD8

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  • The randomized phase II study involved the PROSTVAC-VF vaccine, a combination of two weakened poxviruses that have been genetically programmed to produce slightly irregular versions of prostate specific antigen (PSA) - a protein on the surface of prostate cells that is abnormal in many prostate cancers - and three costimulatory molecules that spur the immune system to a more vigorous attack on tumor cells.

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  • Relative normalized transcript expression of costimulatory genes in human clinical blood samples.

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  • The randomized phase II study involved the PROSTVAC-VF vaccine, a combination of two weakened poxviruses that have been genetically programmed to produce slightly irregular versions of prostate specific antigen (PSA) - a protein on the surface of prostate cells that is abnormal in many prostate cancers - and three costimulatory molecules that spur the immune system to a more vigorous attack on tumor cells.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

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