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A role for miR-155 in enabling tumor-infiltrating innate immune cells to mount effective antitumor responses in mice.

Zonari E, Pucci F, Saini M, Mazzieri R, Politi LS, Gentner B, Naldini L. A role for miR-155 in enabling tumor-infiltrating innate immune cells to mount effective antitumor responses in mice. Blood. 2013 Jul 11; 122(2):243-52.

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