From Oncogene Interference to Neutrophil Immune Modulation

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Abstract

Oncogenes can aid tumor progression in a cancer cell-extrinsic way. In this issue of Immunity, Glodde et al. (2017) demonstrate that interference with c-MET tyrosine kinase receptor can relieve neutrophil-dependent immune suppression and unleash the effectiveness of immunotherapy even in the context of c-MET-independent tumors. Oncogenes can aid tumor progression in a cancer cell-extrinsic way. In this issue of Immunity, Glodde et al. (2017) demonstrate that interference with c-MET tyrosine kinase receptor can relieve neutrophil-dependent immune suppression and unleash the effectiveness of immunotherapy even in the context of c-MET-independent tumors.

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Bronte, V. (2017, October 17). From Oncogene Interference to Neutrophil Immune Modulation. Immunity. Cell Press. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.immuni.2017.10.005

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