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Veatch, Joshua R., Sylvain Simon, and Stanley R. Riddell. "Tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes make inroads in non–small-cell lung cancer." Nature Medicine 27.8 (2021): 1339-1341.

Veatch, J. R., Singhi, N., Srivastava, S., Szeto, J. L., Jesernig, B., Stull, S. M., ... & Riddell, S. R. (2021). A therapeutic cancer vaccine delivers antigens and adjuvants to lymphoid tissues using genetically modified T cells. The Journal of Clinical Investigation131(16).

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Veatch, J. R., Jesernig, B. L., Kargl, J., Fitzgibbon, M., Lee, S. M., Baik, C., ... & Riddell, S. R. (2019). Endogenous CD4+ T Cells Recognize Neoantigens in Lung Cancer Patients, Including Recurrent Oncogenic KRAS and ERBB2 (Her2) Driver Mutations Cancer immunology research7(6), 910-922.

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