A Co-Stimulatory Trap Set By Myeloid Leukemia Cells
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The straightforward notion that tumor cells always exert immunosuppressive functions has been contradicted by the finding that myeloid leukemia cells can express potent co-stimulatory molecules. Indeed, the co-stimulatory support offered by leukemia cells can provoke helper T-cell responses. Unfavorably, this interaction allows leukemia cells to acquire immunosuppressive capacities.