Cancer researchers working with a mouse colon-cancer model have demonstrated the effectiveness of selected peptide vaccines in protecting the animals from developing the disease.
Investigators from the University of Colorado School of Medicine (Denver, USA) created five peptides that mimicked regions in wild type and mutated T cell antigens. They used these peptides as vaccines for populations of mice. Each animal was injected twice with a candidate vaccine and was challenged a week later with colon tumor cells.
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