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Oncolytic adenoviruses: a game changer approach in the battle between cancer and the immune system.

Cervera-Carrascon, Victor; Havunen, Riikka; Hemminki, Akseli

Expert opinion on biological therapy. Volume 19:Number 5 (2019); pp 443-455 -- Taylor & Francis

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Bone morphogenetic protein 4 regulates microRNA expression in breast cancer cell lines in diverse fashion

Alarmo, Emma‐Leena et al.

Genes, chromosomes & cancer. Volume 55:Issue 3 (2016); pp 227-236 -- Wiley Periodicals, Inc

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410. Oncolytic Adenoviruses Armed with TNFa and IL-2 Induce Antitumor Immune Responses and Protection from Tumor Rechallenge

Havunen, Riikka et al.

Molecular therapy. Volume 24:Number S1 (2016, May); pp S162- -- Cell Press

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652. Culture and Characterization of Tumor-Infiltrating Lymphocytes of the Syrian Hamster

Siurala, Mikko et al.

Molecular therapy. Volume 24:Number S1 (2016, May); pp S259- -- Cell Press

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Syngeneic syrian hamster tumors feature tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes allowing adoptive cell therapy enhanced by oncolytic adenovirus in a replication permissive setting

Siurala, Mikko et al.

Oncoimmunology -- Taylor & Francis -- Volume: 5 5; -- 2016

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Syngeneic Syrian hamster tumors feature tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes allowing adoptive cell therapy enhanced by oncolytic adenovirus in a replication permissive setting

Siurala, Mikko et al.

Oncoimmunology -- Taylor & Francis -- Volume: 5 5; -- 2016

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Syngeneic syrian hamster tumors feature tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes allowing adoptive cell therapy enhanced by oncolytic adenovirus in a replication permissive setting

Siurala, Mikko et al.

Oncoimmunology. Volume 5:Number 5 (2016) -- Taylor & Francis

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Syngeneic Syrian hamster tumors feature tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes allowing adoptive cell therapy enhanced by oncolytic adenovirus in a replication permissive setting

Siurala, Mikko et al.

Oncoimmunology. Volume 5:Number 5 (2016) -- Taylor & Francis

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Adenovirus Coding for Interleukin-2 and Tumor Necrosis Factor Alpha Replaces Lymphodepleting Chemotherapy in Adoptive T Cell Therapy

Santos, João Manuel et al.

Molecular therapy. Volume 26:Number 9 (2018, September 5th); pp 2243-2254 -- Cell Press

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Adenoviral production of interleukin‐2 at the tumor site removes the need for systemic postconditioning in adoptive cell therapy

Santos, Joao Manuel et al.

International journal of cancer. Volume 141:Issue 7 (2017); pp 1458-1468 -- John Wiley & Sons Inc

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