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Exosomes – integral component to the dynamic and reciprocal cross-talk between tumour cells and the metastatic niche

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The development of life-threatening cancer metastases at distant organs requires disseminated tumour cells’ adaptation to, and co-evolution with, the drastically different microenvironments of metastatic sites. Cancer cells of common origin manifest distinct gene expression patterns after metastasizing to different organs. ...

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