Inflamed neutrophils sequestered at entrapped tumor cells via chemotactic confinement promote tumor cell extravasation [Applied Biological Sciences]

Systemic inflammation occurring around the course of tumor progression and treatment are often correlated with adverse oncological outcomes. As such, it is suspected that neutrophils, the first line of defense against infection, may play important roles in linking inflammation and metastatic seeding. To decipher the dynamic roles of inflamed neutrophils…


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