Inflammation, cancer and chemoresistance: taking advantage of the toll-like receptor signaling pathway.

Abstract

The association between chronic inflammation and cancer has long been observed. Furthermore, NF-kappaB activation and the subsequent production of cytokines, chemokines, growth factors, and antiapoptotic proteins has been found to be involved in cancer progression and chemoresistance. However, the signals inducing NF-kappaB in cancer cells are still not… (More)

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@article{Chen2007InflammationCA, title={Inflammation, cancer and chemoresistance: taking advantage of the toll-like receptor signaling pathway.}, author={Rui Chen and Ayesha B. Alvero and Dan-Arin Silasi and Gil Mor}, journal={American journal of reproductive immunology}, year={2007}, volume={57 2}, pages={93-107} }