We at TKFI are pleased to share with you a recently published paper that we are affiliated with. The study, entitled “High-resolution single-cell atlas reveals diversity and plasticity of tissue-resident neutrophils in non-small cell lung cancer“, was conducted by Andreas Pircher, Stefan Salcher, Lena Horvath along with co-authors and published in the scientific, peer-reviewed journal Cancer Cell.
The article provides insights into the diversity of tissue-resident neutrophils (TRNs) in the tumor microenvironment (TME) of non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). It highlights TRNs as a potential therapeutic target and shows that they could be used to treat NSCLC patients.
We would like to congratulate Andreas Pircher, Stefan Salcher and Lena Horvath in particular for their important research and the insights gained, to which employees of TKFI were able to contribute.