Hilda Lyn Chan

TitleGraduate Student
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
DepartmentImmunology & Microbiology
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    1. Chan HL, Zhang XH, Chan HL, Zhang XH. Nutrient Sensing in Macrophages Linked to Reorganized Tumor Vasculature. Cancer Res. 2024 03 04; 84(5):650-651. PMID: 38241708.
      Citations:    Fields:    Translation:HumansAnimalsCells
    2. Hao X, Shen Y, Chen N, Zhang W, Valverde E, Wu L, Chan HL, Xu Z, Yu L, Gao Y, Bado I, Michie LN, Rivas CH, Dominguez LB, Aguirre S, Pingel BC, Wu YH, Liu F, Ding Y, Edwards DG, Liu J, Alexander A, Ueno NT, Hsueh PR, Tu CY, Liu LC, Chen SH, Hung MC, Lim B, Zhang XH. Osteoprogenitor-GMP crosstalk underpins solid tumor-induced systemic immunosuppression and persists after tumor removal. Cell Stem Cell. 2023 05 04; 30(5):648-664.e8. PMID: 37146584; PMCID: PMC10165729.
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    3. Chan HL, Zhang XH. Node foretold: Cancer cells in lymph node rewire the immune system to enable further metastases. Cancer Cell. 2022 08 08; 40(8):812-814. PMID: 35839779.
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