1. Revisiting ovarian cancer microenvironment: a friend or a foe?
    Boyi Zhang et al, 2017, Protein Cell CrossRef
  2. Cell-to-cell communication: microRNAs as hormones
    Recep Bayraktar et al, 2017, Mol Oncol CrossRef
  3. Macrophages: Key orchestrators of a tumor microenvironment defined by therapeutic resistance
    Kristen B. Long et al, 2017, Molecular Immunology CrossRef
  4. MiRNAs at the Crossroads between Innate Immunity and Cancer: Focus on Macrophages
    Graziella Curtale, 2018, Cells CrossRef
  5. null
    Girijesh K. Patel et al, 2018 CrossRef
  6. MiRNAs: Dynamic regulators of immune cell functions in inflammation and cancer
    Simon Hirschberger et al, 2018, Cancer Letters CrossRef
  7. Macrophage MicroRNAs as Therapeutic Targets for Atherosclerosis, Metabolic Syndrome, and Cancer
    Yuanyuan Wei et al, 2018, IJMS CrossRef
  8. Exosomal Transfer of Mitochondria from Airway Myeloid-Derived Regulatory Cells to T cells
    Kenneth P. Hough et al, 2018, Redox Biology CrossRef
  9. Exosomes derived from hypoxic epithelial ovarian cancer cells deliver microRNAs to macrophages and elicit a tumor-promoted phenotype
    Xin Chen et al, 2018, Cancer Letters CrossRef
  10. Role of hypoxia-induced exosomes in tumor biology
    Chuchu Shao et al, 2018, Mol Cancer CrossRef
  11. Regulation of Macrophage Activation and Polarization by HCC-Derived Exosomal lncRNA TUC339
    Xue Li et al, 2018, IJMS CrossRef
  12. Tumor-associated macrophages: a short compendium
    Hans Prenen et al, 2019, Cell. Mol. Life Sci. CrossRef
  13. MicroRNAs and Long Non-Coding RNAs and Their Hormone-Like Activities in Cancer
    Barbara Pardini et al, 2019, Cancers CrossRef
  14. Extracellular vesicles in the tumor microenvironment: old stories, but new tales
    Liu Han et al, 2019, Mol Cancer CrossRef
  15. Exosome-orchestrated hypoxic tumor microenvironment
    Wanrong Meng et al, 2019, Mol Cancer CrossRef
  16. Oral squamous cell carcinoma-derived exosomes promote M2 subtype macrophage polarization mediated by exosome-enclosed miR-29a-3p
    Jinghua Cai et al, 2019, American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology CrossRef
  17. The potential role of exosomes derived from ovarian cancer cells for diagnostic and therapeutic approaches
    Changwon Yang et al, 2019, J Cell Physiol CrossRef
  18. Emerging Function and Clinical Values of Exosomal MicroRNAs in Cancer.
    Man Wang et al, 2019, Mol Ther Nucleic Acids CrossRef
  19. microRNA-328 in exosomes derived from M2 macrophages exerts a promotive effect on the progression of pulmonary fibrosis via FAM13A in a rat model
    Meng-Ying Yao et al, 2019, Exp Mol Med CrossRef
  20. null
    Ying Liu et al, 2019 CrossRef
  21. lncRNA-mRNA expression profiles and functional networks of mesenchymal stromal cells involved in monocyte regulation
    Ming Li et al, 2019, Stem Cell Res Ther CrossRef
  22. Exosomes and their role in tumorigenesis and anticancer drug resistance
    Neta Milman et al, 2019, Drug Resistance Updates CrossRef
  23. Role of the Exosome in Ovarian Cancer Progression and Its Potential as a Therapeutic Target
    Koji Nakamura et al, 2019, Cancers CrossRef
  24. Exosomes promote pre-metastatic niche formation in ovarian cancer
    Wenlong Feng et al, 2019, Mol Cancer CrossRef
  25. Hypoxia-induced exosomes promote hepatocellular carcinoma proliferation and metastasis via miR-1273f transfer
    You Yu et al, 2019, Experimental Cell Research CrossRef
  26. The Role of miRNAs in Immune Cell Development, Immune Cell Activation, and Tumor Immunity: With a Focus on Macrophages and Natural Killer Cells
    Shi Jun Xu et al, 2019, Cells CrossRef
  27. null
    Esther Heideveld et al, 2019 CrossRef
  28. Extracellular vesicles participate in macrophage-involved immune responses under liver diseases
    Jiajia Shao et al, 2019, Life Sciences CrossRef
  29. MicroRNA—A Tumor Trojan Horse for Tumor-Associated Macrophages
    Shahzad Nawaz Syed et al, 2019, Cells CrossRef
  30. MicroRNAs in tumor immunity: functional regulation in tumor-associated macrophages
    Chong Chen et al, 2019, J. Zhejiang Univ. Sci. B CrossRef
  31. Melanoma-Derived Exosomal miR-125b-5p Educates Tumor Associated Macrophages (TAMs) by Targeting Lysosomal Acid Lipase A (LIPA)
    Dennis Gerloff et al, 2020, Cancers CrossRef
  32. Tumor-derived exosomes in the regulation of macrophage polarization
    Mirza S. Baig et al, 2020, Inflamm. Res. CrossRef
  33. The role of cancer-derived microRNAs in cancer immune escape
    Ming Yi et al, 2020, J Hematol Oncol CrossRef
  34. The Role of Exosomal microRNA in Cancer Drug Resistance
    Qiao-ru Guo et al, 2020, Front. Oncol. CrossRef
  35. Pathophysiological Role and Potential Therapeutic Exploitation of Exosomes in Ovarian Cancer
    Aasa Shimizu et al, 2020, Cells CrossRef
  36. Exosomal miRNAs in tumor microenvironment
    Shiming Tan et al, 2020, J Exp Clin Cancer Res CrossRef
  37. Tumor associated macrophages in the molecular pathogenesis of ovarian cancer
    Yousef Yousefzadeh et al, 2020, International Immunopharmacology CrossRef
  38. microRNAs as biomarkers of ovarian cancer
    Huilin Zhang et al, 2020, Expert Review of Anticancer Therapy CrossRef
  39. Breast cancer cell-derived exosomes and macrophage polarization are associated with lymph node metastasis
    Yin Ji Piao et al, 2018, Oncotarget CrossRef
  40. The Tumor Microenvironment: A Milieu Hindering and Obstructing Antitumor Immune Responses
    Alireza Labani-Motlagh et al, 2020, Front. Immunol. CrossRef
  41. Nanomedicine to target multidrug resistant tumors
    Elise Lepeltier et al, 2020, Drug Resistance Updates CrossRef
  42. Exosomes in hypoxia-induced remodeling of the tumor microenvironment
    Ashish Kumar et al, 2020, Cancer Letters CrossRef
  43. Non-coding RNAs shuttled via exosomes reshape the hypoxic tumor microenvironment
    Wenyu Wang et al, 2020, J Hematol Oncol CrossRef
  44. Exosomal MicroRNAs as Mediators of Cellular Interactions Between Cancer Cells and Macrophages
    Yoojung Kwon et al, 2020, Front. Immunol. CrossRef
  45. Role of Exosomal miRNAs and the Tumor Microenvironment in Drug Resistance
    Patrick Santos et al, 2020, Cells CrossRef
  46. Bladder cancer cell‑secreted exosomal miR‑21 activates the PI3K/AKT pathway in macrophages to promote cancer progression
    Fan Lin et al, 2019, Int J Oncol CrossRef
  47. Cell‑to‑cell communication via extracellular vesicles among human pancreatic cancer cells derived from the same patient
    Mitsuru Chiba et al, 2018, Mol Med Report CrossRef
  48. Exosomal MALAT1 derived from oxidized low-density lipoprotein-treated endothelial cells promotes M2 macrophage polarization
    Chaoyang Huang et al, 2018, Mol Med Report CrossRef
  49. Distinct Cargos of Small Extracellular Vesicles Derived from Hypoxic Cells and Their Effect on Cancer Cells
    Geoffroy Walbrecq et al, 2020, IJMS CrossRef
  50. miR-148a Affects Polarization of THP-1-Derived Macrophages and Reduces Recruitment of Tumor-Associated Macrophages via Targeting SIRPα


    Donghe Ma et al, 2020, CMAR CrossRef
  51. The Role of Exosomes in Stemness and Neurodegenerative Diseases-Chemoresistant-Cancer Therapeutics and Phytochemicals.
    Narasimha M Beeraka et al, 2020, Int J Mol Sci CrossRef
  52. MicroRNAs: As Critical Regulators of Tumor- Associated Macrophages
    Bilash Chatterjee et al, 2020, IJMS CrossRef
  53. microRNA exchange via extracellular vesicles in cancer
    Luyen Tien Vu et al, 2020, Cell Prolif CrossRef
  54. The Role of Tumor-Associated Macrophages in the Progression and Chemoresistance of Ovarian Cancer.
    Marek Nowak et al, 2020, Cells CrossRef
  55. Ovarian cancer cells direct monocyte differentiation through a non-canonical pathway
    Kaitlin C. Fogg et al, 2020, BMC Cancer CrossRef
  56. MicroRNA-15b in extracellular vesicles from arsenite-treated macrophages promotes the progression of hepatocellular carcinomas by blocking the LATS1-mediated Hippo pathway
    Junjie Li et al, 2020, Cancer Letters CrossRef
  57. OSCC cell-secreted exosomal CMTM6 induced M2-like macrophages polarization via ERK1/2 signaling pathway.
    Xin Pang et al, 2021, Cancer Immunol Immunother CrossRef
  58. Reshaping the tumor microenvironment: extracellular vesicles as messengers of cancer cells
    Bibek Bhatta et al, 2020 CrossRef
  59. PGRN−/− TAMs-derived exosomes inhibit breast cancer cell invasion and migration and its mechanism exploration
    Shujun Yue et al, 2020, Life Sciences CrossRef
  60. Non-coding RNA derived from extracellular vesicles in cancer immune escape: Biological functions and potential clinical applications
    Mingyao Huang et al, 2020, Cancer Letters CrossRef
  61. Tumor-derived exosomal miR-934 induces macrophage M2 polarization to promote liver metastasis of colorectal cancer
    Senlin Zhao et al, 2020, J Hematol Oncol CrossRef
  62. Comparison of Exosomes Derived from Non- and Gamma-Irradiated Melanoma Cancer Cells as a Potential Antigenic and Immunogenic Source for Dendritic Cell-Based Immunotherapeutic Vaccine
    Woo Sik Kim et al, 2020, Vaccines CrossRef
  63. Exosomal miRNA-16-5p Derived From M1 Macrophages Enhances T Cell-Dependent Immune Response by Regulating PD-L1 in Gastric Cancer
    Zhengtian Li et al, 2020, Front. Cell Dev. Biol. CrossRef
  64. Hypoxia and extracellular vesicles: A review on methods, vesicular cargo and functions
    Nea Bister et al, 2020, J. Extracell. Vesicles CrossRef
  65. A Holistic Perspective: Exosomes Shuttle between Nerves and Immune Cells in the Tumor Microenvironment
    Mihnea P. Dragomir et al, 2020, JCM CrossRef
  66. Functional roles of exosomal miRNAs in multi-drug resistance in cancer chemotherapeutics
    Mahshid Mowla et al, 2020, Experimental and Molecular Pathology CrossRef
  67. Hypoxic exosomes orchestrate tumorigenesis: molecular mechanisms and therapeutic implications
    Reza Jafari et al, 2020, J Transl Med CrossRef
  68. The forces driving cancer extracellular vesicle secretion
    Maarten P. Bebelman et al, 2021, Neoplasia CrossRef
  69. Macrophages: an indispensable piece of ovarian health
    Zijing Zhang et al, 2020 CrossRef
  70. Extracellular vesicles in cancer diagnostics and therapeutics
    Adeeb Shehzad et al, 2021, Pharmacology & Therapeutics CrossRef
  71. Exosomal microRNAs and exosomal long non-coding RNAs in gynecologic cancers
    Maryam Hashemipour et al, 2021, Gynecologic Oncology CrossRef
  72. Targeting the tumour microenvironment in platinum-resistant ovarian cancer
    M. Cummings et al, 2021, Seminars in Cancer Biology CrossRef
  73. Double Insurance for OC: miRNA-Mediated Platinum Resistance and Immune Escape
    Xueqin Zou et al, 2021, Front. Immunol. CrossRef
  74. Metabolomic Analysis of Small Extracellular Vesicles Derived from Pancreatic Cancer Cells Cultured under Normoxia and Hypoxia
    Ryosuke Hayasaka et al, 2021, Metabolites CrossRef
  75. Exosomal MicroRNAs Mediating Crosstalk Between Cancer Cells With Cancer-Associated Fibroblasts and Tumor-Associated Macrophages in the Tumor Microenvironment
    Tong Su et al, 2021, Front. Oncol. CrossRef
  76. Prion Protein of Extracellular Vesicle Regulates the Progression of Colorectal Cancer
    Chul-Won Yun et al, 2021, Cancers CrossRef
  77. miR-940 is a new biomarker with tumor diagnostic and prognostic value
    Hongxiang Li et al, 2021, Molecular Therapy - Nucleic Acids CrossRef
  78. MicroRNAs: The Link between the Metabolic Syndrome and Oncogenesis.
    Adriana Fodor et al, 2021, Int J Mol Sci CrossRef
  79. The Impact of the Tumor Microenvironment on Macrophage Polarization in Cancer Metastatic Progression.
    Huogang Wang et al, 2021, Int J Mol Sci CrossRef
  80. Shaping Immune Responses in the Tumor Microenvironment of Ovarian Cancer
    Xin Luo et al, 2021, Front. Immunol. CrossRef
  81. Sialic acid conjugate-modified liposomes enable tumor homing of epirubicin via neutrophil/monocyte infiltration for tumor therapy
    Junqiang Ding et al, 2021, Acta Biomaterialia CrossRef
  82. Hypoxic stress suppresses lung tumor-secreted exosomal miR101 to activate macrophages and induce inflammation
    Jie Li et al, 2021, Cell Death Dis CrossRef
  83. Intercellular communication through extracellular vesicles in cancer and evolutionary biology
    Scott E. Bonner et al, 2021, Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology CrossRef
  84. Tumor-Associated Macrophages and Their Functional Transformation in the Hypoxic Tumor Microenvironment
    Zicong He et al, 2021, Front. Immunol. CrossRef
  85. null
    Helen J. Knowles, 2022 CrossRef
  86. The Emerging Roles of Extracellular Vesicles in Ovarian Cancer
    Yin-Xue Wang et al, 2021, CDM CrossRef
  87. Tumor-associated macrophages: Shifting bad prognosis to improved efficacy in cancer therapies?
    Harle Guillaume et al, 2021, Int J Immunother Cancer Res CrossRef
  88. Tumor-Derived Extracellular Vesicles: A Means of Co-opting Macrophage Polarization in the Tumor Microenvironment
    Theodore Reed et al, 2021, Front. Cell Dev. Biol. CrossRef
  89. Small Extracellular Vesicles: Functions and Potential Clinical Applications as Cancer Biomarkers
    Yi Wang et al, 2021, Life CrossRef
  90. Exosome-Mediated Crosstalk Between Tumor and Tumor-Associated Macrophages
    Qi Chen et al, 2021, Front. Mol. Biosci. CrossRef
  91. Emerging Functions and Clinical Applications of Exosomal ncRNAs in Ovarian Cancer
    Yu Zhang et al, 2021, Front. Oncol. CrossRef
  92. Tumor associated macrophage and microbe: the potential targets of tumor vaccine delivery
    Jipeng Jiang et al, 2021, Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews CrossRef
  93. The interweaving relationship between extracellular vesicles and T cells in cancer
    Nadiah Abu et al, 2021, Cancer Letters CrossRef
  94. Nucleic acids and proteins carried by exosomes of different origins as potential biomarkers for gynecologic cancers
    Miaomiao Ye et al, 2022, Molecular Therapy - Oncolytics CrossRef
  95. Therapeutic applications of mitochondrial transplantation
    Oner Ulger et al, 2022, Biochimie CrossRef
  96. Tumor hijacks macrophages and microbiota through extracellular vesicles
    Jipeng Jiang et al, 2022, Exploration CrossRef
  97. Reactive oxygen species reprogram macrophages to suppress antitumor immune response through the exosomal miR-155-5p/PD-L1 pathway
    Xiang Li et al, 2022, J Exp Clin Cancer Res CrossRef
  98. Tumor-Derived Exosomes in Tumor-Induced Immune Suppression
    Qiongyu Hao et al, 2022, IJMS CrossRef
  99. PBLD inhibits angiogenesis via impeding VEGF/VEGFR2-mediated microenvironmental cross-talk between HCC cells and endothelial cells
    Lu Han et al, 2022, Oncogene CrossRef
  100. The role of exosomal miR-181b in the crosstalk between NSCLC cells and tumor-associated macrophages
    Junliang Ma et al, 2022, Genes Genom CrossRef
  101. Cancer Stem Cells in Ovarian Cancer—A Source of Tumor Success and a Challenging Target for Novel Therapies
    Jacek R Wilczyński et al, 2022, IJMS CrossRef
  102. Comparing the Secretomes of Chemorefractory and Chemoresistant Ovarian Cancer Cell Populations
    Amy H. Lee et al, 2022, Cancers CrossRef
  103. The role of exosome heterogeneity in epithelial ovarian cancer
    Amy H. Lee et al, 2022, Advances in Cancer Biology - Metastasis CrossRef
  104. Hypoxia Induced Changes of Exosome Cargo and Subsequent Biological Effects
    Hongxia Jiang et al, 2022, Front. Immunol. CrossRef
  105. Role of exosomal non-coding RNAs from tumor cells and tumor-associated macrophages in the tumor microenvironment
    Zijie Xu et al, 2022, Molecular Therapy CrossRef
  106. Immunosuppressive Extracellular Vesicles as a Linking Factor in the Development of Tumor and Endometriotic Lesions in the Gynecologic Tract
    Karolina Soroczynska et al, 2022, Cells CrossRef
  107. Tumor-Associated Macrophages and Ovarian Cancer: Implications for Therapy
    David Schweer et al, 2022, Cancers CrossRef
  108. Tumor-Associated Macrophages Regulate PD-1/PD-L1 Immunosuppression
    Yunzhou Pu et al, 2022, Front. Immunol. CrossRef
  109. Hypoxia as a Modulator of Inflammation and Immune Response in Cancer
    Rosa A. Castillo-Rodríguez et al, 2022, Cancers CrossRef
  110. The Emerging Roles and Therapeutic Implications of Epigenetic Modifications in Ovarian Cancer
    Yu Wang et al, 2022, Front. Endocrinol. CrossRef
  111. Exosomal microRNAs shuttling between tumor cells and macrophages: cellular interactions and novel therapeutic strategies
    Wen-Xiu Xu et al, 2022, Cancer Cell Int CrossRef