The Lewis-Y Carbohydrate Antigen is Expressed by Many Human Tumors and Can Serve as a Target for Genetically Redirected T cells Despite the Presence of Soluble Antigen in Serum
Jennifer A Westwood, William K Murray, Melanie Trivett, Nicole M Haynes, Benjamin Solomon, Linda Mileshkin, David Ball, Michael Michael, Angela Burman, Preethi Mayura-Guru, Joseph A Trapani, Stefan Peinert, Dirk Honemann, H Miles Prince, Andrew M Scott, Mark J Smyth, Phillip K Darcy, Michael H Kershaw
Journal of Immunotherapy | LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS | Published : 2009
Supported by grants from The National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia (NHMRC). The Cancer Council of Australia, The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, The Bob Parker Memorial Trust and the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Foundation. Michael H. Kershaw and Phillip K. Darcy are supported by Career Development Awards from the National Breast Cancer Foundation and NHMRC. Mark J. Smyth and Joseph A. Trapani are Supported by NHMRC Senior Principal Research Fellowships. The authors also acknowledge the generous Support of C and M. Mori-is. Albert Park, Victoria, Australia for vector construction and production.