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CABYR-a/b and CABYR-c hold promise as targets for specific immunotherapy

The journal Oncotarget has published “The cancer testis antigens CABYR-a/b and CABYR-c are expressed in a subset of colorectal cancers and hold promise as targets for specific immunotherapy” which reports that calcium-binding tyrosine phosphorylation-regulated protein is expressed in the human germ line but not in adult human tissues, thus, it is considered a cancer testis protein. Read More

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