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Summary Mast cells (MC) accumulate in colorectal cancer (CRC) and the relationship between MC density and cancer progression has been well recognized. Citation Yu Y, Blokhuis BRJ, Diks MAP, Keshavarzian A, Garssen J and Redegeld FA (2018) Functional Inhibitory Siglec-6 Is Upregulated in Human Colorectal Cancer-Associated Mast Cells. Front. Immunol.
Summary Mast cells have been identified as resident cells of human placental tissue by immunohistological procedures, suggesting that they may play a role in pregnancy. Citation Mezouar, Soraya & Ben Amara, Amira & Vitte, Joana & Mege, Jean‐Louis. (2018). Isolation of Human Placental Mast Cells. Current Protocols in Cell Biology.
Human mast cells promote colon cancer growth via bidirectional crosstalk: studies in 2D and 3D coculture models
Summary Chronic inflammation drives the development of colorectal cancer (CRC), where tumor-infiltrating immune cells interact with cancer cells in a dynamic crosstalk. Citation Yingxin Yu, Bart Blokhuis, Yvonne Derks, Sangeeta Kumari, Johan Garssen & Frank Redegeld (2018) Human mast cells promote colon cancer growth via bidirectional crosstalk: studies in 2D