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Oral tolerance to cancer can be abrogated by T regulatory cell inhibition (2014)
Journal Article
Whelan, M. C., Casey, G., Larkin, J. O., Guinn, B., O'Sullivan, G. C., & Tangney, M. (2014). Oral tolerance to cancer can be abrogated by T regulatory cell inhibition. PloS one, 9(5), https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0097602

Oral administration of tumour cells induces an immune hypo-responsiveness known as oral tolerance. We have previously shown that oral tolerance to a cancer is tumour antigen specific, non-cross-reactive and confers a tumour growth advantage. We inves... Read More