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    Metastasis of colon cancer requires Dickkopf-2 to generate cancer cells with Paneth cell properties

    Jae Hun Shin, Jooyoung Park ... Alfred L. M. Bothwell
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    In vivo targeted and deterministic single cell malignant transformation

    Pierluigi Scerbo, Benjamin Tisserand ... Bertrand Ducos
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    2. Genetics and Genomics

    DUX4 is a common driver of immune evasion and immunotherapy failure in metastatic cancers

    Jose Mario Bello Pineda, Robert K Bradley
    DUX4 expression is a common feature of metastatic tumors, where it is significantly associated with immune cell exclusion, decreased objective response to immune checkpoint blockade, and reduced patient survival.
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    2. Cell Biology

    mitoBKCa is functionally expressed in murine and human breast cancer cells and potentially contributes to metabolic reprogramming

    Helmut Bischof, Selina Maier ... Robert Lukowski
    A novel role of the mitochondrial BKCa channel involves the metabolic reprogramming of breast cancer cells, facilitating their unrestricted proliferation and O2-independence, which is also of potential clinical relevance.
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    2. Immunology and Inflammation

    Chromosomal instability induced in cancer can enhance macrophage-initiated immune responses that include anti-tumor IgG

    Brandon H Hayes, Mai Wang ... Dennis E Discher
    Chromosomal instability induced in solid tumors can combine with macrophages that are made highly phagocytic to thereby initiate elimination of and immunity against poorly immunogenic tumors in immunocompetent mice.
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    Metabolite profiling of human renal cell carcinoma reveals tissue-origin dominance in nutrient availability

    Keene L Abbott, Ahmed Ali ... Matthew G Vander Heiden
    Assessing metabolites in renal cell carcinoma and kidney tissue suggests cancers adapt rather than dictate nutrient availability.