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Researchers: Prof Bruce Robinson (Principal investigator) ,  A/Pr Mark Watson Mr John Pearson Prof Anna Nowak Prof Jenette Creaney
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Brief description To improve immune therapy for cancer we have to be able to determine how cancer patients ‘see’ mutated cancer proteins. Blood is the easiest & most useful source of immune ‘killer’ cells for that task, but the lymph node that drains the tumour and the fluid that bathes a tumour probably contain a much higher number of these killer cells than blood. If so, studying them would help us better track responses to therapy and enable us to choose the best mutated proteins for a vaccine.

Funding Amount $AUD 871,438.57

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Notes Standard Project Grant

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