LYVE-1 + macrophages form a collaborative CCR5-dependent perivascular niche that influences chemotherapy responses in murine breast cancer

Joanne E. Anstee, Karen T. Feehan, James W. Opzoomer, Isaac Dean, Henrike P. Muller, Meriem Bahri, Tik Shing Cheung, Kifayathullah Liakath-Ali, Ziyan Liu, Desmond Choy, Jonathan Caron, Dominika Sosnowska, Richard Beatson, Tamara Muliaditan, Zhengwen An, Cheryl E. Gillett, Guocheng Lan, Xiangang Zou, Fiona M. Watt, Tony NgJoy M. Burchell, Shahram Kordasti, David R. Withers, Toby Lawrence, James N. Arnold

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