Advances in Tumor Microenvironment
Interactions between stromal tissue cells and cancer cells are mutual, dynamic, and complicated rather than stromal tissue being merely a passive bystander in the process of cancer development, progression, and metastasis. It is often claimed that among them, a unique environment called a tumor microenvironment develops. Tumor cells, stromal cells, and portions of the extracellular matrix surrounding them make up the dynamic environment known as the TME.
Contributions are encouraged in areas including, but not limited to:
- Molecular mechanism of tumor metastasis;
- Composition of the tumor microenvironment;
- Immunotherapy targeting the tumor microenvironment.
Dr. Hongzhou Cai
Prof. Dr. Lixin Hua
Dr. Mantang Qiu
Dr. Wenzhi Li
- molecular mechanisms
- tumor microenvironment
- immune therapy
- tumor cell
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