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Fig S8 from World Trade Center Dust Exposure Promotes Cancer in PTEN-deficient Mouse Prostates
journal contributionposted on 2023-04-04, 01:25 authored by Lin Wang, Yitian Xu, Licheng Zhang, Kyeongah Kang, Andriy Kobryn, Kensey Portman, Ronald E Gordon, Ping-Ying Pan, Emanuela Taioli, Stuart A Aaronson, Shu-Hsia Chen, David J Mulholland
Fig. S8. Pseudo images showing the spatial distribution between representative clusters in WTC and non-WTC human prostate cancer cohorts.
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ARTICLE ABSTRACTWe provide the first evidence that exposure to WTC dust promotes prostate cancer progression. These data may impact the diagnoses, clinical management, and treatment of responders who have or will develop cancer.
Genitourinary CancersProstate cancerCarcinogenesisEnvironmental carcinogenesisChemical carcinogenesisEnvironmental Risk FactorsCarcinogen exposureTumor MicroenvironmentInflamation and the microenvironmentProgression, Invasion & MetastasisTumor progressionInflammation and tumor developmentImaging of tumor progression and metastasis