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Intratumoral versus circulating lymphoid cells as predictive biomarkers in lung cancer patients treated with immune checkpoint inhibitors: Is the easiest path the best one?

AuthorsGascón, Marta; Isla, Dolores; Cruellas, Mara; Gálvez Buerba, Eva Mª; Lastra, Rodrigo; Ocáriz, Maitane; Paño, José Ramón; Ramírez, Ariel; Sesma, Andrea; Torres-Ramón, Irene; Yubero, Alfonso; Pardo, Julián; Martínez-Lostao, Luis
Issue Date22-Jun-2020
PublisherMultidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
CitationCells 9(6): 1525 (2020)
AbstractThe molecular and cell determinants that modulate immune checkpoint (ICI) efficacy in lung cancer are still not well understood. However, there is a necessity to select those patients that will most benefit from these new treatments. Recent studies suggest the presence and/or the relative balance of specific lymphoid cells in the tumor microenvironment (TEM) including the T cell (activated, memory, and regulatory) and NK cell (CD56dim/bright) subsets, and correlate with a better response to ICI. The analyses of these cell subsets in peripheral blood, as a more accessible and homogeneous sample, might facilitate clinical decisions concerning fast prediction of ICI efficacy. Despite recent studies suggesting that lymphoid circulating cells might correlate with ICI efficacy and toxicity, more analyses and investigation are required to confirm if circulating lymphoid cells are a relevant picture of the lung TME and could be instrumental as ICI response biomarkers. This short review is aimed to discuss the recent advances in this fast-growing field.
DescriptionThis article belongs to the Special Issue Cancer Immunology: From Molecular Mechanisms to Therapeutic Opportunities.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.3390/cells9061525
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/215659
DOI10.3390/cells9061525
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