Vaccination with cancer- and HIV infection-associated endogenous retrotransposable elements is safe and immunogenic

Jonah B. Sacha, In Jeong Kim, Lianchun Chen, Jakir H. Ullah, David A. Goodwin, Heather A. Simmons, Daniel I. Schenkman, Frederike Von Pelchrzim, Robert J. Gifford, Francesca A. Nimityongskul, Laura P. Newman, Samantha Wildeboer, Patrick B. Lappin, Daisy Hammond, Philip Castrovinci, Shari M. Piaskowski, Jason S. Reed, Kerry A. Beheler, Tharsika Tharmanathan, Ningli ZhangSophie Muscat-King, Melanie Rieger, Carla Fernandes, Klaus Rumpel, Joseph P. Gardner, Douglas H. Gebhard, Juliann Janies, Ahmed Shoieb, Brian G. Pierce, Dusko Trajkovic, Eva Rakasz, Sing Rong, Michael McCluskie, Clare Christy, James R. Merson, R. Brad Jones, Douglas F. Nixon, Mario A. Ostrowski, Peter T. Loudon, Ingrid M. Pruimboom-Brees, Neil C. Sheppard

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