Tumor-Infiltrating Immune Cells Are Associated With Prognosis of Gastric Cancer

@inproceedings{Liu2015TumorInfiltratingIC,
  title={Tumor-Infiltrating Immune Cells Are Associated With Prognosis of Gastric Cancer},
  author={Kai Liu and Kun Yang and Bin Wu and Hai-ning Chen and Xiancheng Chen and Xinzu Chen and Li-li Jiang and Fuxiang Ye and Du He and Zheng-Hao Lu and Lian Xue and Weihan Zhang and Qiu Li and Zongguang Zhou and Xian-ming Mo and Jiankun Hu and Natale Figura},
  booktitle={Medicine},
  year={2015}
}
AbstractImmune cells contribute to determining the prognosis of gastric cancer. However, their exact role is less clear.We determined the prognostic significance of different immune cells in intratumoral tissue (T), stromal tissue (S), and adjacent normal tissue (N) of 166 gastric cancer cases and their interactions, including CD3+, CD4+, CD8+, CD57+, CD68+, CD66b+, and Foxp3+ cells, and established an effective prognostic nomogram based on the immune reactions.We found high densities of TCD3… CONTINUE READING

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