Macrophage Cell Surface Protein S100A10 may be new target

Sally Church, PhD on Pharma Strategy Blog has written about research on macrophage cell surface protein S100A10 and the role this plays in cancer metastasis and tumor growth.

As Sally notes, “macrophages are critical in driving tumour growth, invasion and metastasis.  Macrophages are like the Pacmen of cells…”  What a great visual metaphor!

Recently published research now shows that the macrophage cell surface protein, S100A10 plays an important role in how macrophages move to the site of tumor growth, a process that is key to tumor development and angiogenesis.

Is S100A10 a potential druggable target? You will have to read Sally’s insightful blog post to learn more.

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