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A rendkívül komplex mechanizmusok révén megvalósuló intercelluláris kommunikációnak meghatározó szerepe van mind az egészséges, mind a különböző megbetegedések esetében tapasztalható, megváltozott szöveti homeosztázisban. A tumorsejtek és azok mikrokörnyezetében található egyéb sejtek között megfigyelhető sejt–sejt interakciók nemcsak a tumoros megbetegedések progressziójában, hanem a terápiával szemben fellépő rezisztenciában is kulcsszerepet játszanak. A membrán nanocsövek olyan újonnan felfedezett, nagy távolságot áthidalni képes intercelluláris összeköttetések, amelyek számos sejtalkotó cseréjét teszik lehetővé két vagy több sejt között, beleértve a különböző ionokat, makromolekulákat, de akár még az olyan nagyobb méretű organellumokat is, mint amilyenek a mitokondriumok. A membrán nanocsöveken keresztül átadott mitokondriumok egyértelműen megváltoztatják a recipiens sejtek metabolizmusát, funkcionális jellemzőit, a jelenség pedig mind az egészséges, mind a rákos sejtek esetében kimutatható. A metabolikus plaszticitást manapság a rák egyik legfontosabb jellemzőjének tekintik, mivel cáfolhatatlanul kulcsszerepet játszik a kezelés következtében kialakuló gyógyszer-rezisztenciában. Az elmúlt néhány évben vált teljesen világossá, hogy a gyógyszer-rezisztencia kialakulásában a membrán nanocsöveken keresztül zajló mitokondriumátadásnak meghatározó szerepe van, amely újfajta terápiás megközelítések kidolgozását teszi szükségessé.

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