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Marrow-derived Stromal Cells Tumor-infiltrating Lymphocytes to Osteoblasts and Bone Constitutive Up-Regulation of Integrin-mediated Adhesion of Updated Version

@inproceedings{Yoshiya2006MarrowderivedSC,
  title={Marrow-derived Stromal Cells Tumor-infiltrating Lymphocytes to Osteoblasts and Bone Constitutive Up-Regulation of Integrin-mediated Adhesion of Updated Version},
  author={Yoshiya and Tanaka and Shin-ichiro and Mine and Takeshi and Hanagiri and T. Hiraga and I. Morimoto and C. Figdor and Yvette and van Kooyk and Hidehiro and Ozawa and Toshitaka and Nakamura and K. Yasumoto and Siiniiya and Eto},
  year={2006}
}
  • Yoshiya, Tanaka, +15 authors Eto
  • Published 2006
  • Tumor-reactive T cells, known as tumor-infiltrating lymphocyte(TIL)s are known to infiltrate various tumors. Although Ills exert cytotoxic activities against tumor cells, only a small percentage of tumors usually contain TILs that specifically react to tumor antigens. Because the exact role of these lymphocytes is unclear, we investigated the mechanisms of migration and adhesion of TILs to bone metastatic tumors, particularly to osteoblasts and bone marrow-derived stromal cell(BMSC)s… CONTINUE READING

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