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Oncolytic adenovirus shapes the ovarian tumor microenvironment for potent tumor-infiltrating lymphocyte tumor reactivity

Ovarian cancers often contain significant numbers of tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs) that can be readily harnessed for adoptive T-cell therapy (ACT). However, the immunosuppressive ovarian tumor microenvironment and lack of tumor reactivity in TILs can limit the effectiveness of the...


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Immuno-Oncology Young Investigators' Forum

Presented by The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and Creative Educational Concepts, Inc. (CEC) in collaboration with the Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer. This program is ideally suited for North American-based junior faculty, fellows, and postdoctoral researchers (MDs, DOs,...

 04-16-2020 08:00 - 04-18-2020 20:00 CT
 Houston TX


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Development of a new fusion-enhanced oncolytic immunotherapy platform based on herpes simplex virus type 1

In this study the authors sought to further optimize HSV-1 based oncolytic immunotherapy through multiple approaches to maximize: (i) the extent of tumor cell killing, augmenting the release of tumor antigens and danger-associated molecular pattern (DAMP) factors; (ii) the immunogenicity of...






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Diverse immunotherapies can effectively treat syngeneic brainstem tumors in the absence of overt toxicity

Immunotherapy has shown remarkable clinical promise in the treatment of various types of cancers. However, clinical benefits derive from a highly inflammatory mechanism of action. This presents unique challenges for use in pediatric brainstem tumors including diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma ...


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Molecular and metabolic pathways mediating curative treatment of a non-Hodgkin B cell lymphoma by Sindbis viral vectors and anti-4-1BB monoclonal antibody

Oncolytic viral (OV) therapy has become a promising cancer immunotherapy because of its potential effectiveness, specificity and long-lasting immunity. In this article the authors describe and characterize a novel cancer immunotherapy combining Sindbis virus (SV) vectors and the agonistic...


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Oncolytic adenovirus drives specific immune response generated by a poly-epitope pDNA vaccine encoding melanoma neoantigens into the tumor site

DNA vaccines against cancer held great promises due to the generation of a specific and long-lasting immune response. However, when used as a single therapy, they are not able to drive the generated immune response into the tumor, because of the immunosuppressive microenvironment, thus limiting...