Accumulation of circulating CCR7þ natural killer cells marks melanoma evolution and reveals a CCL19-dependent metastatic pathway

C.M. Cristiani, A. Turdo, V. Ventura, T. Apuzzo, M. Capone, G. Madonna, D. Mallardo, C. Garofalo, E.D. Giovannone, A.M. Grimaldi, R. Tallerico, E. Marcenaro, S. Pesce, G.D. Zotto, V. Agosti, F.S. Costanzo, E. Gulletta, A. Rizzo, A. Moretta, K. KarreP.A. Ascierto, M. Todaro, E. Carbone

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Cristiani, C. M., Turdo, A., Ventura, V., Apuzzo, T., Capone, M., Madonna, G., Mallardo, D., Garofalo, C., Giovannone, E. D., Grimaldi, A. M., Tallerico, R., Marcenaro, E., Pesce, S., Zotto, G. D., Agosti, V., Costanzo, F. S., Gulletta, E., Rizzo, A., Moretta, A., ... Carbone, E. (2019). Accumulation of circulating CCR7þ natural killer cells marks melanoma evolution and reveals a CCL19-dependent metastatic pathway. Cancer immunology research, 7(5), 841-852. https://doi.org/10.1158/2326-6066.CIR-18-0651