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Fig. 1 | Journal for ImmunoTherapy of Cancer

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From: A New VISTA on combination therapy for negative checkpoint regulator blockade

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VISTA functions non-redundantly to NCRs currently targeted in clinic. Each NCR occupies distinct temporal and spatial opportunities for blockade to release T cell suppression: [1] VISTA, as a receptor on T cells inhibit early T cell activation while [2] CTLA-4/CD80-86 interaction inhibit post-TCR signaling in secondary lymphoid organs. [3] PD-1/PD-L1 interaction inhibits effector T cells in inflamed tumor tissue. [4] VISTA, as a ligand on MDSCs engages counter structure to inhibit T cells in tumor tissue and secondary lymphoid organs

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