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A thalidomide analogue CC-4047 enhances anti-tumour immunity elicited by tumour cell vaccination

A thalidomide analogue CC-4047 enhances anti-tumour immunity elicited by tumour cell vaccination

Immunology 101(Supplement 1): 120

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