Circular RNAs in Cancer

Circular RNA (circRNA) are stable non-coding RNAs implicated in gene regulation, cell differentiation, tissue homeostasis, and tumorigenesis. Their role as a potential diagnostic and prognostic biomarker and as a possible therapeutic target is currently under investigation. Here is the latest research on circRNAs in cancer.

May 22, 2020

Non-coding RNA in bladder cancer

Cancer Letters
Yi LiChong Li
May 29, 2020

Circular RNA hsa_circ_0000376 Participates in Tumorigenesis of Breast Cancer by Targeting miR-1285-3p

Technology in Cancer Research & Treatment
Ziqi PengFeng Jin
May 28, 2020

Identification of Potential Diagnostic and Prognostic Pseudogenes in Hepatocellular Carcinoma Based on Pseudogene-miRNA-mRNA Competitive Network

Medical Science Monitor : International Medical Journal of Experimental and Clinical Research
Lijun YanJixiang Wu
May 20, 2020

Circular RNA hsa_circ_0008285 inhibits colorectal cancer cell proliferation and migration via the miR-382-5p/PTEN axis

Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications
Jianjun WangXiaomin Li
May 30, 2020
Open Access

High expression of ESRP1 regulated by circ-0005585 promotes cell colonization in ovarian cancer

Cancer Cell International
Guanming DengJie Tang
May 27, 2020
Review

Emerging landscape of circular RNAs as biomarkers and pivotal regulators in osteosarcoma

Journal of Cellular Physiology
Chao TuZhihong Li
May 19, 2020
Open Access

Novel potential tumor biomarkers: Circular RNAs and exosomal circular RNAs in gastrointestinal malignancies

Journal of Clinical Laboratory Analysis
Yezhao WangJunming Guo
May 20, 2020

Identification and characterization of tumorigenic circular RNAs in cervical cancer

Cellular Signalling
Huan HuangChun Zhang

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