Tumour-associated macrophages drive stromal cell-dependent collagen crosslinking and stiffening to promote breast cancer aggression

Ori Maller, Allison P. Drain, Alexander S. Barrett, Signe Borgquist, Brian Ruffell, Igor Zakharevich, Thanh T. Pham, Tina Gruosso, Hellen Kuasne, Johnathon N. Lakins, Irene Acerbi, J. Matthew Barnes, Travis Nemkov, Aastha Chauhan, Jessica Gruenberg, Aqsa Nasir, Olof Bjarnadottir, Zena Werb, Peter Kabos, Yunn Yi ChenE. Shelley Hwang, Morag Park, Lisa M. Coussens, Andrew C. Nelson, Kirk C. Hansen, Valerie M. Weaver

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