Lysophospholipids secreted by splenic macrophages induce chemotherapy resistance via interference with the DNA damage response

J.M. Houthuijzen, L.G.M. Daenen, J.M.L. Roodhart, I. Oosterom, M.T.M. van Jaarsveld, K.M. Govaert, M.E. Smith, S.J. Sadatmand, H. Rosing, F. Kruse, B.J. Helms, N. van Rooijen, J.H. Beijnen, B. Haribabu, C.H.A. van de Lest, E.E. Voest

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Article number5275
JournalNature Communications
Volume5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Houthuijzen, J. M., Daenen, L. G. M., Roodhart, J. M. L., Oosterom, I., van Jaarsveld, M. T. M., Govaert, K. M., ... Voest, E. E. (2014). Lysophospholipids secreted by splenic macrophages induce chemotherapy resistance via interference with the DNA damage response. Nature Communications, 5, [5275]. https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms6275