In recent years, the role of immunosuppressive tumor microenvironment in tumor progression and therapeutic resistance has been widely accepted and thus, a great deal of efforts made to identify molecular targets to either eliminate immunosuppression or revert it to anti-tumorigenic microenvironment. Our research aims to understand the molecular mechanism and functional significance of tumor induced MDSCs in the formation of immunosuppressive tumor microenvironment and pre-metastatic niche formation.
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Start: 4/29/2021 12:00 PM
End: 4/29/2021 1:00 PM
- How some breast tumors induce the differentiation of myeloid cells into an immunosuppressive myeloid derived suppressor cells (MDSCs) or tumor associated neutrophils (TAN).
- The contribution of MDSCs in establishment of tumor microenvironment and pre-metastatic niches.
- Therapeutic utility of targeting MDSCs in preclinical settings.
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