Persistent STAT5 activation reprograms the epigenetic landscape in CD4+ T cells to drive polyfunctionality and antitumor immunity

Zhi Chun Ding, Huidong Shi, Nada S. Aboelella, Kateryna Fesenkova, Eun Jeong Park, Zhuoqi Liu, Lirong Pei, Jiaqi Li, Richard A. McIndoe, Hongyan Xu, Gary A. Piazza, Bruce R. Blazar, David H. Munn, Gang Zhou

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