A Long-Distance Relay-tionship between Tumor and Bone

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Myeloid cells, including neutrophils, are important regulators of tumor growth and metastasis. In Science, Engblom et al. (2017) reveal how lung tumors remotely engage bone-resident cells through a relay mechanism that achieves a sustained supply of tumor-promoting neutrophils. Myeloid cells, including neutrophils, are important regulators of tumor growth and metastasis. In Science, Engblom et al. (2017) reveal how lung tumors remotely engage bone-resident cells through a relay mechanism that achieves a sustained supply of tumor-promoting neutrophils.

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Soukup, K., & Joyce, J. A. (2018, January 16). A Long-Distance Relay-tionship between Tumor and Bone. Immunity. Cell Press. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.immuni.2017.12.011

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