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Odpornost glioblastoma na radioterapijo : vpliv rakavih matičnih celic in mikroo[ko]lja tumorja
Barbara Breznik, Bernarda Majc, Anamarija Habič, Urška Ušeničnik, Andrej Porčnik, Roman Bošnjak, Jernej Mlakar, Marija Skoblar Vidmar, Tanja Dolinšek, Maja Čemažar, Tamara Lah Turnšek, Metka Novak, 2022, published scientific conference contribution (invited lecture)

Abstract: Glioblastom je najpogostejši možganski tumor pri odraslih z zelo slabo prognozo preživetja bolnikov. Ta je posledica odpornosti glioblastoma na standardno zdravljenje, ki vključuje radioterapijo in kemoterapijo. Z namenom načrtovanja učinkovitejših pristopov zdravljenja preučujemo biološke mehanizme odpornosti glioblastoma na radioterapijo s poudarkom na mikrookolju tumorja in rakavih matičnih celicah. V predkliničnih raziskavah uporabljamo napredne in personalizirane celične modele, ki posnemajo mikrookolje tumorja v bolnikih in z večjo natančnostjo napovedo odziv bolnika na zdravljenje. Hkrati so takšni modeli pomembni za testiranje novih pristopov za zdravljenje kot je imunoterapija.
Keywords: glioblastom, mikrookolje, organoidi, možganski rak, možganski tumor, onkologija
Published in DiRROS: 16.06.2022; Views: 91; Downloads: 41
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Proteases and cytokines as mediators of interactions between cancer and stromal cells in tumours
Barbara Breznik, Helena Motaln, Tamara Lah Turnšek, review article

Abstract: Proteolytic enzymes are highly relevant in different processes of cancer progression. Their interplay with other signalling molecules such as cytokines represents important regulation of multicellular cross-talk. In this review, we discuss protease regulation mechanisms of cytokine signalling in various types of cancer. Additionally, we highlight the reverse whereby cytokines have an impact on protease expression in an autocrine and paracrine manner, representing complex feedback mechanisms among multiple members of these two protein families. The relevance of the protease-cytokine axis is illustrated in glioblastoma, where interactions between normal mesenchymal stem cells and cancer cells play an important role in this very malignant form of brain cancer.
Keywords: cellular cross-talk, glioblastoma, invasion, mesenchymal stem cells, protease-cytokine signalling
Published in DiRROS: 08.09.2017; Views: 3107; Downloads: 990
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