Human CD62L- memory T cells are less responsive to alloantigen stimulation than CD62L+ naive T cells: Potential for adoptive immunotherapy and allodepletion

Aaron E. Foster, Marina Marangolo, Mary M. Sartor, Stephen I. Alexander, Min Hu, Kenneth F. Bradstock, David J. Gottlieb

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