Macrophage-derived exosomes in cancers: Biogenesis, functions and therapeutic applications.

@article{Liu2020MacrophagederivedEI,
  title={Macrophage-derived exosomes in cancers: Biogenesis, functions and therapeutic applications.},
  author={Junjiang Liu and F. Wu and Hongmei Zhou},
  journal={Immunology letters},
  year={2020}
}
Macrophages are fundamental to promote tumorigenesis, tumor development and metastasis, and chemotherapy resistance through modulating tumor microenvironment and cancer cells. Recently, increasing studies have shown that exosomes could play a crucial role in orchestrating the crosstalk between macrophages and cancer cells. Exosomes, as one of the extracellular vehicles, deliver a diverse cast of molecules including lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids, etc. to the targeted cells to exert… Expand
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