Prevalence of FoxP3(+) Cells in Canine Tumours and Lymph Nodes Correlates Positively with Glucose Transporter 1 Expression.

@article{Fortuna2016PrevalenceOF,
  title={Prevalence of FoxP3(+) Cells in Canine Tumours and Lymph Nodes Correlates Positively with Glucose Transporter 1 Expression.},
  author={Luca Fortuna and J Relf and Yu-mei Chang and Andrew P. Hibbert and Henny M Martineau and Oliver A. Garden},
  journal={Journal of comparative pathology},
  year={2016},
  volume={155 2-3},
  pages={171-180}
}
Hypoxia and regulatory T cells (Tregs) in tumours are both known to be negative prognostic factors in cancer, and this study demonstrated a correlation between the two factors in canine neoplasia. Samples of 57 canine tumours and 29 canine lymph nodes categorized as tumour-draining, with or without metastasis, or reactive and not tumour-associated, were… CONTINUE READING