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Successful Application of a Virus-Modified Tumor Vaccine for Anti-Metastatic Cancer Immunotherapy

  • V. Schirrmacher
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Abstract

Metastasis is a complex multistep process influenced by tumor cell properties as well as by properties of the host. This is best exemplified with immunological tumor-host interactions. The aim of this presentation is to explore the possibilities of immunological interventions in metastasis. Various approaches have been tried in the past, such as the passive transfusion of monoclonal antibodies or of different types of cells of the immune system, such as NK cells, T cells, LAK cells (lymphokine activated killer cells) or TIL cells (tumor infiltrating lymphocytes). Other approaches aim at nonspecific activation of host defense mechanisms by biological response modifiers (biological or chemical reagents).

Keywords

Tumor Antigen Newcastle Disease Virus Active Specific Immunotherapy Normal Spleen Cell Active Specific Immunization 
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