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Tumor-associated immune cells have been shown to predict patient outcome in colorectal (CRC) and other cancers. Spatial digital image analysis-based cell quantification increases the informative power delivered by tumor microenvironment features and leads to new prognostic scoring systems. In this study we evaluated the intratumoral density of immunohistochemically stained CD8, CD20 and CD68 cells in 87 cases of CRC (48 were microsatellite stable, MSS, and 39 had microsatellite instability,doi:10.3390/cancers12102902 pmid:33050344 fatcat:kxxet3scgvfyrlivideziqvooi