In a therapeutic setting, mouse IgG2a isotype is superior to mIgG1 or mIgE in controlling tumor growth

Natasa Vukovic, Aina Segues Cistero, Shuyu Huang, Martin Waterfall, Alice Sijts, Dietmar Zaiss*

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Immunology and Microbiology