Article: article from journal or magazin.
Letter (letter): Communication to the publisher.
"MIATA"-minimal information about T cell assays.
Publication types: Letter
Immunotherapy, especially therapeutic vaccination, has a great deal of potential in the treatment of cancer and certain infectious diseases such as HIV (Allison et al., 2006; Fauci et al., 2008; Feldmann and Steinman, 2005). Numerous vaccine candidates have been tested in patients with a variety of tumor types and chronic viral diseases. Often, the best way to assess the clinical potential of these vaccines is to monitor the induced T cell response, and yet there are currently no standards for reporting these results. This letter is an effort to address this problem.
Cancer Vaccines/immunology, Cancer Vaccines/therapeutic use, Humans, Immunoassay/standards, Immunotherapy, Monitoring, Immunologic/standards, Neoplasms/therapy, Practice Guidelines as Topic/standards, T-Lymphocytes/immunology, Viral Vaccines/immunology, Viral Vaccines/therapeutic use, Virus Diseases/therapy
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