Mutations as munitions: Neoantigen vaccines get a closer look as cancer treatment

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Katsnelson, A. Mutations as munitions: Neoantigen vaccines get a closer look as cancer treatment. Nat Med 22, 122–124 (2016) doi:10.1038/nm0216-122

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