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Journal Scan / Research · December 29, 2021

Melanoma Brain Metastases That Progress on BRAF-MEK Inhibitors Demonstrate Resistance to Ipilimumab–Nivolumab That Is Associated With the Innate PD-1 Resistance Signature

Journal for immunotherapy of cancer


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Journal for immunotherapy of cancer
Melanoma brain metastases that progress on BRAF-MEK inhibitors demonstrate resistance to ipilimumab-nivolumab that is associated with the Innate PD-1 Resistance Signature (IPRES)
J Immunother Cancer 2021 Oct 01;9(10)xx, PKH Lau, B Feran, L Smith, A Lasocki, R Molania, K Smith, A Weppler, C Angel, D Kee, P Bhave, B Lee, RJ Young, A Iravani, HA Yeang, IA Vergara, D Kok, K Drummond, PJ Neeson, KE Sheppard, T Papenfuss, BJ Solomon, S Sandhu, GA McArthur

From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

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