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Critical Reviews™ in Immunology
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Critical Reviews™ in Immunology

DOI: 10.1615/CritRevImmunol.v21.i1-3.190
11 pages

Quantitating Therapeutically Relevant T-Cell Responses to Cancer Vaccines

Amy C. Hobeika
Department of Surgery, Duke University Medical Center
Timothy M. Clay
Department of Surgery, Duke University Medical Center
Paul J. Mosca
Departments of Surgery, Duke University Medical Center
H. Kim Lyerly
Departments of Surgery, Pathology, and Immunology, Duke University Medical Center
Michael A. Morse
Department of 2Medicine, Duke University Medical Center

ABSTRAKT

Successful application of active immunotherapy to the treatment of cancer will require stimulation of potent antigen-specific T-cell responses. It is not known how numerous or how potent these T cells must be in order to abrogate tumors, but the levels of immunity needed to control chronic viral infections may provide estimates for comparison. Evaluation of the efficacy of a vaccine strategy in attaining these levels of immunity will depend on the use of assays that create a picture of T-cell number and function that correlates with clinical outcomes. We discuss the currently available in vivo and in vitro T-cell assays and their relevance for detecting therapeutic levels of T-cell activity. We also propose a strategy for efficiently evaluating the immunologic efficacy of cancer vaccines so that the most promising candidates can be brought more rapidly into definitive clinical trials.


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