Personal neoantigen vaccines induce persistent memory T cell responses and epitope spreading in patients with melanoma

Zhuting Hu, Donna E. Leet, Rosa L. Allesøe, Giacomo Oliveira, Shuqiang Li, Adrienne M. Luoma, Jinyan Liu, Juliet Forman, Teddy Huang, J. Bryan Iorgulescu, Rebecca Holden, Siranush Sarkizova, Satyen H. Gohil, Robert A. Redd, Jing Sun, Liudmila Elagina, Anita Giobbie-Hurder, Wandi Zhang, Lauren Peter, Zoe CiantraScott Rodig, Oriol Olive, Keerthi Shetty, Jason Pyrdol, Mohamed Uduman, Patrick C. Lee, Pavan Bachireddy, Elizabeth I. Buchbinder, Charles H. Yoon, Donna Neuberg, Bradley L. Pentelute, Nir Hacohen, Kenneth J. Livak, Sachet A. Shukla, Lars Rønn Olsen, Dan H. Barouch, Kai W. Wucherpfennig, Edward F. Fritsch, Derin B. Keskin, Catherine J. Wu, Patrick A. Ott*

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