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Tissues removed from mice implanted with lung cancer cells engineered to produce high amounts of PSME4 (left column) or unmodified cancer cells (right column). When the protein is expressed in a high amount, the tumor is larger (top row, the tumor cells are marked in intense and concentrated purple), the number of T cells that can fight the tumor is lower (middle row, in white), and there are more cells that suppress the immune response (bottom row, in green)

Tissues removed from mice implanted with lung cancer cells engineered to produce high amounts of PSME4 (left column) or unmodified cancer cells (right column). When the protein is expressed in a high amount, the tumor is larger (top row, the tumor cells are marked in intense and concentrated purple), the number of T cells that can fight the tumor is lower (middle row, in white), and there are more cells that suppress the immune response (bottom row, in green)

Tissues removed from mice implanted with lung cancer cells engineered to produce high amounts of PSME4 (left column) or unmodified cancer cells (right column). When the protein is expressed in a high amount, the tumor is larger (top row, the tumor cells are marked in intense and concentrated purple), the number of T cells that can fight the tumor is lower (middle row, in white), and there are more cells that suppress the immune response (bottom row, in green)

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