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Knockdown of PD-L1 in Human Gastric Cancer Cells Inhibits Tumor Progression and Improves the Cytotoxic Sensitivity to CIK Therapy

Background/Abstract: PD-L1 has been an important target of cancer immunotherapy. We have showed that in human gastric cancer tissues, over-expression of PD-L1 was significantly associated with cancer progression and patients’ postoperative prognoses. However, as of now, how PD-L1 regulates the biolo... Full description

Journal Title: Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry May 2017, Vol.41(3), pp.907-920
Main Author: Li, Jing
Other Authors: Chen, Lujun , Xiong, Yuqi , Zheng, Xiao , Xie, Quanqin , Zhou, Qi , Shi, Liangrong , Wu, Changping , Jiang, Jingting , Wang, Haitao
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description: Background/Abstract: PD-L1 has been an important target of cancer immunotherapy. We have showed that in human gastric cancer tissues, over-expression of PD-L1 was significantly associated with cancer progression and patients’ postoperative prognoses. However, as of now, how PD-L1 regulates the biological...
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