Air pollution particles hijack peroxidasin to disrupt immunosurveillance and promote lung cancer

  1. Zhenzhen Wang
  2. Ziyu Zhai
  3. Chunyu Chen
  4. Xuejiao Tian
  5. Zhen Xing
  6. Panfei Xing
  7. Yushun Yang
  8. Junfeng Zhang  Is a corresponding author
  9. Chunming Wang  Is a corresponding author
  10. Lei Dong  Is a corresponding author
  1. Nanjing University, China
  2. University of Macau, China
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  1. Zhenzhen Wang
  2. Ziyu Zhai
  3. Chunyu Chen
  4. Xuejiao Tian
  5. Zhen Xing
  6. Panfei Xing
  7. Yushun Yang
  8. Junfeng Zhang
  9. Chunming Wang
  10. Lei Dong
(2022)
Air pollution particles hijack peroxidasin to disrupt immunosurveillance and promote lung cancer
eLife 11:e75345.
https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.75345