The sections were deparaffinized, rehydrated, and subjected to antigen retrieval combined with signal detection, as previously described [ 14 , 15 ]. The antibodies used were mouse monoclonal anti-CD dilution, aa, clone 9E5, cat no. After the sections were rinsed three times in TBST for 5 min each time, the sections were incubated with HRP- and AP-labeled secondary antibodies premixed at a ratio for 1 h at room temperature. Immune signal evaluation For each sample, the immunoreactivity levels of COX2 were estimated under a light microscope by assessing the average signal intensity on a scale of The intensity and percentage scores were subsequently multiplied to obtain a composite score; a score of 0 to 3 was defined as negative, while a score of 4 to 12 was defined as positive.
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Cancer cells are located in a very complex microenvironment together with stromal components that participate to enhance oxidative stress to promote tumor progression. Indeed, convincing experimental and clinical evidence underline the key role of oxidative stress in several tumor aspects thus affecting several characteristics of cancer cells. Oxidants influence the DNA mutational potential, intracellular signaling pathways controlling cell proliferation and survival and cell motility and invasiveness as well as control the reactivity of stromal components that is fundamental for cancer development and dissemination, inflammation, tissue repair, and de novo angiogenesis. Introduction With over 3 million novel cases each year in Europe, cancer is a main public health hitch with a vital need for new therapies. Hanahan and Weinberg defined in the s the so-called hallmarks of cancers, mandatory characteristics of virtually all neoplastic cells, enabling them to grow in a foreign and hostile environment and allowing escaping endogenous protective systems . These hallmarks are listed in our reinterpretation of the Hanahan and Weinberg picture Figure 1.
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Received Nov 6; Accepted Feb This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Associated Data Not applicable. Abstract Exosomes are small extracellular vesicles that contain genetic material, proteins, and lipids. They function as potent signaling molecules between cancer cells and the surrounding cells that comprise the tumor microenvironment TME. Exosomes derived from both tumor and stromal cells have been implicated in all stages of cancer progression and play an important role in therapy resistance.