Tumor-associated blood vessel endothelium as a barrier to infiltration of effector immunocytes

Number of publications: 4
Israeli Partner: S. Segal, D. Fishman, Ben-Gurion Univ.
German Partner: R. Ganss, G. Haemmerling, DKFZ


Berger, M., Bergers, G., Arnold, B., Hammerling, G. J., Ganss, R.

Regulator of G-protein signaling-5 induction in pericytes coincides with active vessel remodeling during neovascularization 105 (3), Blood, 1094-101, 2005

Fedida, S., Fishman, D., Suzlovich, Z., Argov, S., Friger, M., Oren, L., Segal, S., Sion-Vardy, N.

Impaired access of lymphocytes to neoplastic prostate tissue is associated with neoangiogenesis in the tumour site 96 (6), Br J Cancer, 980-5, 2007

Ryschich, E., Lizdenis, P., Ittrich, C., Benner, A., Stahl, S., Hamann, A., Schmidt, J., Knolle, P., Arnold, B., Hammerling, G. J., Ganss, R.

Molecular fingerprinting and autocrine growth regulation of endothelial cells in a murine model of hepatocellular carcinoma 66 (1), Cancer Res, 198-211, 2006

Spring, H., Schuler, T., Arnold, B., Hammerling, G. J., Ganss, R.

Chemokines direct endothelial progenitors into tumor neovessels 102 (50), Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 18111-6, 2005

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