The Overview of Tumor-Related Immunosuppressive Molecules
Abstract: Tumorigenesis was closely related to the states of immune tumor suppressor cells and immuno-suppressive molecules. In the paper, we overviewed current functional situation and newly re-search progress of immunosuppressive molecules, e.g. programmed death-1, cytotoxic T lympho-cyte-associated antigen-4, T cell immunoglobulin domain and mucin domain-3, B and T lymphocyte attenuator, LAG-3, CD160, which took part in the tumor immune escape in the process of tumor immunity.
文章引用: 张冬云 , 刘 冉 , 刘安丽 , 李 寅 , 王 静 (2015) 肿瘤预后相关免疫抑制分子概述。 临床医学进展， 5， 78-83. doi: 10.12677/ACM.2015.52014
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