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Figure 1 | Journal for ImmunoTherapy of Cancer

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From: Rational combinations of immunotherapeutics that target discrete pathways

Figure 1

Processes involved in an anti-tumor immune response resulting in a tumor with an “inflamed” immunophenotype. Processes in red are those considered particularly crucial for the development of effective anti-tumor immunity. The immune response begins with the induction phase, where activated dendritic cells prime T cells, this leads to the effector phase where activated, tumor-specific T cells infiltrate the tumor microenvironment. See the Key for definitions of graphics.

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