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SUBSTANCE: invention refers to biochemistry, particularly to artificial immunogenic proteins having the properties of melanoma antigens. What is declared is an artificial gene coding MEL-TCI-A0201 polyepitope immunogenic protein containing multiple cytotoxic restricted HLA-A*0201 and T-helper epitopes of NY-ESO-1, MART1, MAGE-A1, MAGE-A3, MAGE-A11, MAGE-C1 melanoma antigens, having a sequence of 1,535 base pairs presented in Fig. 3. There are also declared a recombinant plasmid DNA containing the above artificial gene, and MEL-TCI-A0201 immunogenic protein with the properties of the melanoma antigens.
City and Brazil. She also taught courses on Computer Ethics, Assisted Suicide, Philosophy of Law, Diversity in Criticism and Analysis of the Arts, a graduate seminar in Teaching Philosophy, Pragmatism, Introduction to Ethics, and Criticism and Analysis of Dance. She has taught at Black Hawk College, Community College of Philadelphia, George Mason University, Manor College, Temple University, Tyler School of Art and UC Riverside. She received a . cum laude from Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts, majoring in philosophy; a . in philosophy from Temple University, Philadelphia, specializing in philosophy of art; and a . cum laude from Georgetown University, where she specialized in art law.