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EMBO Journal | WILEY | Published : 2009
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We thank L Van Kaer for critical evaluation of the data and helpful suggestions on the writing of this paper. This work was supported by grants from the NIH HL069765 (WCF, LEG) AI007611 (LEG), AI45889 (SAP), AI057519 (ARH), AI074952 (DMZ), AI048224 and AI061721 (SJ), as well as by the Medical Scientist Training Program of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (KAOY), the Cancer Research Institute's Investigator Award (DMZ) and an endowment from the Ohio State University (PGW).