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RNA Isoforms as Broad Targets for Cancer Immunotherapy.

While immunotherapy is typically reserved for cancer patients with a high mutational burden, neoantigens produced from post-transcriptional regulation provide a possible untapped reservoir of common immunogenic targets for new targeted cancer therapies. In this review, we describe new and emerging technologies, unconventional molecular targets and challenges for the precision immune targeting of diverse malignancies. In particular, we focus on the unique potential of targeting alternative mRNA isoforms as a source for broadly presented neoantigens and cell surface proteins. Finally, we discuss emerging challenges for alternative isoform immune targeting, with an emphasis in silico prioritization and high-throughput target validation.

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