TP53 abnormalities correlate with immune infiltration and associate with response to flotetuzumab immunotherapy in AML

Jayakumar Vadakekolathu, Catherine Lai, Stephen Reeder, Sarah E Church, Tressa Hood, Anbarasu Lourdusamy, Michael P Rettig, Ibrahim Aldoss, Anjali S Advani, John Godwin, Matthew J Wieduwilt, Martha Arellano, John Muth, Tung On Yau, Farhad Ravandi, Kendra Sweet, Heidi Altmann, Gemma A Foulds, Friedrich Stölzel, Jan Moritz MiddekeMarilena Ciciarello, Antonio Curti, Peter J M Valk, Bob Löwenberg, Ivana Gojo, Martin Bornhäuser, John F DiPersio, Jan K Davidson-Moncada, Sergio Rutella

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