Tian Li Wang

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The retina employs two main synaptic relays in which information converges to higher order cells, and at the same time is modified by lateral inhibitory interneurons. At the first synaptic layer, rod and cone terminals contact second order neurons (horizontal and bipolar cells), and in turn, horizontal cells contact cones and bipolar cells. In this(More)
Myeloid-derived suppressor cells (MDSCs) are a group of heterogeneous myeloid cells that can suppress antitumor immunity. MDSCs are divided into granulocytic (G‑MDSCs) and monocytic subsets. In the present study, the microRNA profiles of the G‑MDSCs were determined and the differential expression of microRNAs between G‑MDSCs from tumor‑bearing mice and(More)
Recently the recruitment/migration of myeloid derived suppressor cells (MDSCs) to tumor microenvironment after chemotherapy has attracted much attention. To determine the detailed mechanism for the responses of MDSCs to these chemotherapies, we investigated the changes of galectin-3 and MDSCs in response to cisplatin(0.4 mg/kg, 4 mg/kg) treatment both in(More)
The retina employs two main synaptic relays in which information converges to higher order cells, and at the same time is modified by lateral inhibitory interneurons. At the first synaptic layer, rod and cone terminals contact second order neurons (horizontal and bipolar cells), and in turn, horizontal cells contact cones and bipolar cells. In this(More)
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