volume 24, issue 2, P515-529 2010
DOI: 10.1016/j.idc.2010.01.004
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Vincent C. Emery, Hermann Einsele, Sowsan Atabani, Tanzina Haque

Abstract: Vaccination and adoptive immunotherapy for herpes virus infections has become an attractive option for the control of a virus family that negatively affects transplantation. In the future, enhanced ability to select antigen-specific T cells without significant in vitro manipulation should provide new opportunities for refining and enhancing adoptive immunotherapeutic approaches. This article focuses on advances in the area of vaccinology for some of these infections and in the use of adoptive immunotherapy. At…

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