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Default How to do cytotoxic T cell assays



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I want to test out a dendritic cell vaccine in vitro..so I need to prove that when mixed with T cells the vaccine loaded on to a DC ellicits a cytotoxic T cell response.The vaccine is against an over expressed surface antigen on the cancer cell lines..how can I do this?The T cells I use may not be the same HLA type as the cancer cell lines I have..any ideas?
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