Ovarian cancer immunogenicity is governed by a narrow subset of progenitor tissue-resident memory T cells

Carmen M. Anadon, Xiaoqing Yu, Kay Hänggi, Subir Biswas, Ricardo A. Chaurio, Alexandra Martin, Kyle K. Payne, Gunjan Mandal, Patrick Innamarato, Carly M. Harro, Jessica A. Mine, Kimberly B. Sprenger, Carla Cortina, John J. Powers, Tara Lee Costich, Bradford A. Perez, Chandler D. Gatenbee, Sandhya Prabhakaran, Douglas Marchion, Mirjam H.M. HeemskerkTyler J. Curiel, Alexander R. Anderson, Robert M. Wenham, Paulo C. Rodriguez, Jose R. Conejo-Garcia

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