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Publication Name World Journal of Clinical Cases
Manuscript ID 51881
Country/Territory China
2019-10-07 17:19
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ISSN 2307-8960 (online)
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Category Obstetrics and Gynecology
Manuscript Type Case Control Study
Article Title Oncogenic role of Tc17 cells in cervical cancer development
Manuscript Source Unsolicited Manuscript
All Author List Zun-Sheng Zhang, Ying Gu, Bing-Gang Liu, Hong Tang, Yu Hua and Jun Wang
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Corresponding author Jun Wang, MSc, Attending Doctor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Shanghai Seventh People’s Hospital, No. 358, Datong Road, Gaoqiao Town, Pudong New Area, Shanghai 200120, China. wanchuang3069629@163.com
Keywords Cervical cancer; Tc17 cells; Interleukin-17; Cancer development; Biological function; Oncogenic role
Core Tip Inflammation contributes to cancer development. Here we find that cervical cancer-elicited inflammation increases Tc17-polarizing cytokine production, which attenuates the cytotoxic CD8+ T cell development. The high amount of interleukin-17 production by Tc17 cells leads to CXCL12 upregulation and cancer cell migration. Consistent with the oncogenic role of Tc17 cells in cancer development, the ratio of cancer-infiltrating Tc17 is highly associated with poor prognosis of patients with cervical cancers. Our data thus demonstrate that Tc17 cells can be induced in cervical cancers and serve as a meaningful index in the prognosis of patients with cervical cancer.
Publish Date 2020-01-07 01:54
Citation Zhang ZS, Gu Y, Liu BG, Tang H, Hua Y, Wang J. Oncogenic role of Tc17 cells in cervical cancer development. World J Clin Cases 2020; 8(1): 11-19
Url https://www.wjgnet.com/2307-8960/full/v8/i1/11.htm
DOI https://dx.doi.org/10.12998/wjcc.v8.i1.11
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