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1951 2
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1989 14
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1995 6
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2005 38
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2008 36
2009 35
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Advancing Clinical Trial Design for Non-Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer.
Chang E, Hahn NM, Lerner SP, Fallah J, Agrawal S, Kamat AM, Bhatnagar V, Svatek RS, Jaigirdar AA, Bross P, Shore N, Kates M, Sachse K, Brewer JR, O'Donnell MA, Steinberg GD, Viviano CJ, Bloomquist E, Ribal MJ, Galsky MD, Oliver R, Black PC, Al-Ahmadie H, Brothers K, Pohar K, Dinney CP, Feng Z, Downs TM, Porten SP, Smith AB, Bangs R, Psutka SP, Agarwal N, Amiri-Kordestani L, Suzman DL, Pazdur R, Kluetz PG, Weinstock C. Chang E, et al. Among authors: smith ab. Bladder Cancer. 2023 Sep 25;9(3):271-286. doi: 10.3233/BLC-230056. eCollection 2023. Bladder Cancer. 2023. PMID: 38993184 Free PMC article.
The combination of three CD4-induced antibodies targeting highly conserved Env regions with a small CD4-mimetic achieves potent ADCC activity.
Marchitto L, Richard J, Prévost J, Tauzin A, Yang D, Chiu T, Chen HC, Díaz-Salinas MA, Nayrac M, Benlarbi M, Beaudoin-Bussières G, Anand SP, Dionne K, Bélanger É, Chatterjee D, Medjahed H, Bourassa C, Tolbert WD, Hahn BH, Munro JB, Pazgier M, Smith AB 3rd, Finzi A. Marchitto L, et al. Among authors: smith ab 3rd. bioRxiv [Preprint]. 2024 Jun 7:2024.06.07.597978. doi: 10.1101/2024.06.07.597978. bioRxiv. 2024. PMID: 38895270 Free PMC article. Preprint.
Three families of CD4-induced antibodies are associated with the capacity of plasma from people living with HIV to mediate ADCC in presence of CD4-mimetics.
Tauzin A, Marchitto L, Bélanger É, Benlarbi M, Beaudoin-Bussières G, Prévost J, Yang D, Chiu TJ, Chen HC, Bourassa C, Medjahed H, Korzeniowski MK, Gottumukkala S, Tolbert WD, Richard J, Smith AB 3rd, Pazgier M, Finzi A. Tauzin A, et al. Among authors: smith ab 3rd. medRxiv [Preprint]. 2024 Jun 4:2024.06.02.24308281. doi: 10.1101/2024.06.02.24308281. medRxiv. 2024. PMID: 38883797 Free PMC article. Preprint.
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