SMT Discover - Noted in atypical breast lesions [49, 50]. Our studies suggest that loss of http://discover.societymusictheory.org/story.php?title=noted-in-atypical-breast-lesions-49-50-our-studies-suggest-that-loss-of-230 Noted in atypical breast lesions [49, 50]. Our studies suggest that loss of SFRP1 in epithelial cells can enhance TGF- mediated EGR2 expression and affect TGF- induced M2 polarization of macrophages. As M2 macrophages secrete growth factors, such as Wnt ligands and EGF, this could contribute to tumor progression through a feed forward cross talk between the epithelium and the immune system. Additi Wed, 12 Jun 2019 09:52:45 UTC en