|ZFIN ID: ZDB-PUB-170214-142|
Neutrophils, wounds, and cancer progression
Rosowski, E.E., Huttenlocher, A.
|Source:||Developmental Cell 34: 134-6 (Review)|
|Registered Authors:||Huttenlocher, Anna, Rosowski, Emily E.|
|PubMed:||26218320 Full text @ Dev. Cell|
Rosowski, E.E., Huttenlocher, A. (2015) Neutrophils, wounds, and cancer progression. Developmental Cell. 34:134-6.
ABSTRACTChronic inflammation is associated with tumorigenesis, but how acute inflammation affects the tumor microenvironment is less known. Recently, Antonio et al. (2015) found that neutrophils attracted to an acute wound such as a biopsy drive cell proliferation of nearby pre-neoplastic cells, suggesting that acute wounds may promote cancer progression.
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