Features of CD163+ and HLA-DR+ expression on blood monocytes associated with breast cancer

Patysheva MR1,2, Stakheyeva MN1,2, Grigoryeva ES2, Tarabanovskaya NA1, Bragina OD1, Kzhyshkowska JG2,3, Cherdyntseva NV1,2
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1 Tomsk National Research Medical Center, Russian Academy of Sciences, Tomsk, Russia

2 National Research Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia

3 University of Heidelberg, Mannheim, Germany

Correspondence should be addressed: Marina R. Patysheva
per. Kooperativnyi, 7/1, Tomsk, 634009, Russia; ur.cmint.ocno@rm_avehsytap

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Funding: the study was supported by the RSF grant (№ 22-25-00435).

Acknowledgments: we would like to express our gratitude to О.Е. Savelieva, the lead researcher at the Institute of Personalized Psychiatry and Neurology, Bekhterev National Research Medical Center for Psychiatry and Neurology (Saint Petersburg), for assistance in conducting flow cytometry.

Author contribution: Patysheva MR — study design, flow cytometry, data analysis, manuscript writing; Stakheyeva MN — study concept, study design, data analysis, manuscript writing; Grigoryeva ES — flow cytometry; Tarabanovskaya NA — selection of patients, patient clinical data acquisition; Bragina OD — selection of patients, patient clinical data acquisition; Kzhyshkowska JG — study concept, search for funding, discussion; Cherdyntseva NV — study design, discussion.

Compliance with ethical standards: the study was approved by the Ethics Committee of the Cancer Research Institute, Tomsk National Research Medical Center (protocol № 10 dated 05 December 2019). All subjects submitted the informed consent to study participation.

Received: 2023-09-14 Accepted: 2023-10-10 Published online: 2023-10-31
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