Subject: Are there any common antigens for all human cells?
Date: Wed Aug 13 14:52:51 2003
Posted by Andrew McDougall
Grade level: 10-12
School: St. Stephen's Secondary
City: Bowmmanville State/Province: Ontario
Area of science: Cell Biology
Are there any common antigens for all human cells, or are their highly specific
tumour antigens on all tumour cells? If so , what are they called? I am
interested in either silencing the common human antigens from tumours, or
amplify the expression of specific tumour antigens to possibly better stimulate
immune responses to humun tumour cell lines.
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