Antigen-specific cytotoxicity and cell number of adoptively transferred T cells are efficiently maintained in vivo by re-stimulation with an antigen/interleukin-2 fusion protein

Bok Y. Kang, Young S. Lim, Su W. Chung, Eui J. Kim, Seung H. Kim, Seung Y. Hwang, Tae S. Kim

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