Universal tumor-reactive helper peptides from telomerase as new tools for anticancer vaccination

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Accumulating evidence demonstrates the importance of CD4+ T cells in antitumor immune responses. Identifying promiscuous MHC class II-binding peptides derived from relevant tumor-associated antigens that specifically target CD4+ helper T cells in vivo represent a powerful approach to fully exploit these cells for anticancer immunotherapy.

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