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T Cells Inducing Cyst Formation in Breast Cancer

Credit: Emanuela Marchese, PhD

Research has described how CD4+ T cells activated by an immune factor called thymic stromal lymphopoietin suppress breast cancer by differentiating cancer into benign cyst-like structures.


In this image, T cells (yellow) are inducing cyst formation in breast cancer (green), which prevents the cancer cells from proliferating (Ki67 as the marker of cell proliferation, red).



T Cells Inducing Cyst Formation in Breast Cancer

Credit: Emanuela Marchese, PhD
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