Posted in Ovarian cancer
Posted on 26 May 2021
For a long time, cancer stroma has been considered as a passive by-stander in carcinogenesis, subjected to modification associated with the reactive inflammation. It is now recognized that the vascularization and the cellular composition of the tumor microenvironment influence the development and progression of ovarian cancer by controlling the availability of nutrients, oxygen, growth factors, and inflammatory and immune-regulatory soluble factors that ultimately impinge on autophagy regul...
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