The chemokine receptor CXCR2 is a key mediator of neutrophil migration that also plays a role in tumor development. However, CXCR2 influences tumors through multiple mechanisms and might promote or inhibit tumor development depending on context. Here, we used several mouse models of spontaneous and inflammation-driven neoplasia to define indispensable roles for CXCR2 in benign and malignant tumors. CXCR2-activating chemokines were part of the secretome of cultured primary benign intestinal adenomas (
Thomas Jamieson, Mairi Clarke, Colin W. Steele, Michael S. Samuel, Jens Neumann, Andreas Jung, David Huels, Michael F. Olson, Sudipto Das, Robert J.B. Nibbs, Owen J. Sansom
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