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The success of NK cell generation in this study led to a subsequent study with some modifications, including the use of very high-dose NK cell adoptive immunotherapy generated through [CD3.sup.+] depletion followed by in vitro expansion with IL-15, IL-21, and hydrocortisone [54].
Maher, "Prospects for adoptive immunotherapy of pancreatic cancer using chimeric antigen receptor-engineered T-cells," Immunopharmacology and Immunotoxicology, vol.
Venardet al., "Rapid generation of full clinical-grade human antiadenovirus cytotoxic t cells for adoptive immunotherapy," Journal ofImmunotherapy, vol.33, no.
Although adoptive immunotherapy is an emerging form of treatment, there have been a number of studies into its effectiveness.
Hartmann et al., "An improved bicistronic CD20/tCD34 vector for efficient purification and in vivo depletion of gene-modified T cells for adoptive immunotherapy," Molecular Therapy, vol.
Wu et al., "Prolonged overall survival in gastric cancer patients after adoptive immunotherapy," World Journal of Gastroenterology, vol.
Lu et al., "Levels of peripheral [CD4.sup.+][FoxP3.sup.+] regulatory T cells are negatively associated with clinical response to adoptive immunotherapy of human cancer," Blood, vol.
Poussin et al., "A universal strategy for adoptive immunotherapy of cancer through use of a novel T-cell antigen receptor," Cancer Research, vol.
Gratama, "Gene-modified T cells for adoptive immunotherapy of renal cell cancer maintain transgene-specific immune functions in vivo," Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy, vol.
Rosenberg, "Adoptive immunotherapy for cancer: harnessing the T cell response," Nature Reviews Immunology, vol.
reviewed the genetically modified T cell-based adoptive immunotherapy in hematological malignancies.
Several lines of evidence suggest that hematological malignancies acquire tumor-associated mutations [9], some of which can generate neoantigens that can influence the antitumor response and serve as novel targets for adoptive immunotherapy [10, 11].