EGFR/Ras-induced CCL20 production modulates the tumour microenvironment

Hippe A, Braun SA, Oláh P, Gerber PA, Schorr A, Seeliger S, Holtz S, Jannasch K, Pivarcsi A, Buhren B, Schrumpf H, Kislat A, Bünemann E, Steinhoff M, Fischer J, Lira SA, Boukamp P, Hevezi P, Stoecklein NH, Hoffmann T, Alves F, Sleeman J, Bauer T, Klufa J, Amberg N, Sibilia M, Zlotnik A, Müller-Homey A, Homey B. 2020. EGFR/Ras-induced CCL20 production modulates the tumour microenvironment. British Journal of Cancer. 123, 942–954.

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Hippe, Andreas; Braun, Stephan Alexander; Oláh, Péter; Gerber, Peter Arne; Schorr, Anne; Seeliger, Stephan; Holtz, Stephanie; Jannasch, Katharina; Pivarcsi, Andor; Buhren, Bettina; Schrumpf, Holger; Kislat, Andreas
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2020-09-15
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British Journal of Cancer
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The authors would like to thank A. van Lierop for technical assistance. In addition, we thank C. Dullin, J. Missbach-Güntner and S. Greco for advice and assistance with fpVCT imaging. Furthermore, the authors would like to thank H. K. Horst for advice on performing matrigel plug assays. This study has also been partially presented in A. Schorr’s doctoral thesis and the funding report of the SPP 1190 ‘The tumor-vessel interface’ of the ‘Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft’ (DFG). This project was funded by the SPP 1190 “The tumor-vessel interface” and HO 2092/8-1 of the ‘Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft’ (DFG) to B. Homey. In addition, it was supported by grants from the Austrian Science Fund (FWF, W1212 to N. Amberg and J. Klufa and I4300-B to T. Bauer), the WWTF project LS16-025 and the European Research Council (ERC) Advanced grant (ERC-2015-AdG TNT-Tumors 694883) to M. Sibilia.
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Hippe A, Braun SA, Oláh P, et al. EGFR/Ras-induced CCL20 production modulates the tumour microenvironment. British Journal of Cancer. 2020;123:942-954. doi:10.1038/s41416-020-0943-2
Hippe, A., Braun, S. A., Oláh, P., Gerber, P. A., Schorr, A., Seeliger, S., … Homey, B. (2020). EGFR/Ras-induced CCL20 production modulates the tumour microenvironment. British Journal of Cancer. Springer Nature. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41416-020-0943-2
Hippe, Andreas, Stephan Alexander Braun, Péter Oláh, Peter Arne Gerber, Anne Schorr, Stephan Seeliger, Stephanie Holtz, et al. “EGFR/Ras-Induced CCL20 Production Modulates the Tumour Microenvironment.” British Journal of Cancer. Springer Nature, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41416-020-0943-2.
A. Hippe et al., “EGFR/Ras-induced CCL20 production modulates the tumour microenvironment,” British Journal of Cancer, vol. 123. Springer Nature, pp. 942–954, 2020.
Hippe A, Braun SA, Oláh P, Gerber PA, Schorr A, Seeliger S, Holtz S, Jannasch K, Pivarcsi A, Buhren B, Schrumpf H, Kislat A, Bünemann E, Steinhoff M, Fischer J, Lira SA, Boukamp P, Hevezi P, Stoecklein NH, Hoffmann T, Alves F, Sleeman J, Bauer T, Klufa J, Amberg N, Sibilia M, Zlotnik A, Müller-Homey A, Homey B. 2020. EGFR/Ras-induced CCL20 production modulates the tumour microenvironment. British Journal of Cancer. 123, 942–954.
Hippe, Andreas, et al. “EGFR/Ras-Induced CCL20 Production Modulates the Tumour Microenvironment.” British Journal of Cancer, vol. 123, Springer Nature, 2020, pp. 942–54, doi:10.1038/s41416-020-0943-2.

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