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5.1 Own Publications

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[2]. Huebener,N.; Lange,B.; Lemmel,C.; Rammensee,H.G.; Strandsby,A.; Wenkel,J.; Jikai,J.; Zeng,Y.; Gaedicke,G.; Lode,H.N.: Vaccination with minigenes encoding for novel 'self' antigens are effective in DNA-vaccination against neuroblastoma. Cancer Lett. 2003 ; Jul 18;197(1-2) , 211-7.

[3]. Lode,H.N.; Huebener,N.; Zeng,Y.; Fest,S.; Weixler,S.; Gaedicke,G.: DNA minigene vaccination for adjuvant neuroblastoma therapy. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2004 Dec;1028, 113-21.

[4]. Zeng Y; Jiang J ; Huebener N ; Wenkel J ; Gaedicke G ; Xi a ng R ; Lode HN. Fractalkine gene therapy for neuroblastoma is more effective in combination with targeted IL-2. Cancer Lett. 2005 Jun 10.

5.2 Publications of other authors

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(18) Xiang R, Lode HN, Gillies SD., Reisfeld RA.: T cell memory against colon carcinoma is long-lived in the absence of antigen. J Immunol 1999, 163(7), 3676-3683.

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(27) Becker JC, Pancook JD, Gillies SD, Furukawa K, Reisfeld RA. T cell-mediated eradication of murine metastatic melanoma induced by targeted interleukin 2 therapy. J Exp Med 1996 ; 183(5) , 2361-2366.

(28) Xiang R, Lode HN, Dolman CS, Dreier T, Varki NM, Qian X et al. Elimination of established murine colon carcinoma metastases by antibody-interleukin 2 fusion protein therapy. Cancer Res 1997 ; 57(21), 4948-4955.

(29) Xiang R, Lode HN, Gillies SD, Reisfeld RA. T cell memory against colon carcinoma is long-lived in the absence of antigen . J Immunol 1999; 163(7 , 3676-3683.

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