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Figure 2: Immune recognition and response to tumor cell. Tumor-associated antigens are either presented by antigen-presenting cells to immune cells or the immune cells may respond directly to the tumor antigens. Immune cells would then recognize these new tumor-associated antigens and produce autoantibodies against them

Figure 2: Immune recognition and response to tumor cell. Tumor-associated antigens are either presented by antigen-presenting cells to immune cells or the immune cells may respond directly to the tumor antigens. Immune cells would then recognize these new tumor-associated antigens and produce autoantibodies against them