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The purpose for release seemed at first to be to discard membrane proteins and those 26 Advances in Cancer Therapy believed to be resistant to lysosomal degradation. Now, it is believed that they mediate intercellular communication without the need for direct cell-to-cell interaction. 3. Existence of secreted membrane vesicles in cancers Tumors are known to shed membrane vesicles (Taylor & Gercel-Taylor, 2005). , 2001). , 2002b) which will be discussed later. Despite similarities to DEX, there are differences in the molecular profiles and biological roles of TEXs, both of which give an indication of the cell of origin (Wieckowski & Whiteside, 2006).
Induction of anti-cancer responses via tumorreleased exosome antigens is likely a key mechanism in immune surveillance to prevent tumor progression. Whether this can be utilized in tumor immunotherapies is under investigation and could prove useful in combination therapies. 7. , 2009). , 2011). In this way exosomes are important for proper immune function and immune regulation, but can also be hijacked by malignant cells to prevent detection by the immune system. , 2006). , 2009). This function is mediated by the expression of interleukin-15 receptor alpha (IL-15Rα) and Natural Killer Group 2D (NKG2D) ligands on dendritic cell exosomes.
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