Aberrant Lck signal via CD28 Costimulation augments antigen-specific functionality and tumor control by redirected T cells with PD-1 blockade in humanized mice

Pratiksha Gulati, Julia Ruhl, Abhilash Kannan, Magdalena Pircher, Petra Schuberth, Katarzyna J. Nytko, Martin Pruschy, Simon Sulser, Mark Haefner, Shawn Jensen, Alex Soltermann, Wolfgang Jungraithmayr, Maya Eisenring, Thomas Winder, Panagiotis Samaras, Annett Tabor, Rene Stenger, Roger Stupp, Walter Weder, Christoph RennerChristian Munz, Ulf Petrausch*

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