Vaccine-induced intratumoral lymphoid aggregates correlate with survival following treatment with a neoadjuvant and adjuvant vaccine in patients with resectable pancreatic adenocarcinoma

Lei Zheng, Ding Ding, Barish H. Edil, Carol Judkins, Jennifer N. Durham, Dwayne L. Thomas, Katherine M. Bever, Guanglan Mo, Sara E. Solt, Jessica A. Hoare, Raka Bhattacharya, Qingfeng Zhu, Arsen Osipov, Beth Onner, Katrina A. Purtell, Hongyan Cai, Rose Parkinson, Amy Hacker-Prietz, Joseph M. Herman, Dung T. LeNilofer S. Azad, Ana M.C. de Jesus-Acosta, Alex B. Blair, Victoria Kim, Kevin C. Soares, Lindsey Manos, John L. Cameron, Martin A. Makary, Matthew J. Weiss, Richard D. Schulick, Jin He, Christopher L. Wolfgang, Elizabeth D. Thompson, Robert A. Anders, Elizabeth Sugar, Elizabeth M. Jaffee, Daniel A. Laheru

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