MiR-195-3p inhibits cell proliferation in cervical cancer by targeting BCDIN3D.

Journal of Reproductive Immunology
Minfei JinHong Zhu

Abstract

Cervical cancer (CC) is one of the most prevailing cancers among females. Accumulated studies concentrated on the regulatory role of micro RNA in cancers. This research is to explore the potential role of mir-195-3p in cervical cancer progression. Bioinformatics tools were used to investigate differential expression of mir-195-3p and BCDIN3D in cervical cancer. RNA expression patterns of both mir-195-3p and BCDIN3D were detected by RT-PCR in CC cell lines. The protein expression of BCDIN3D was measured by Western Blot. Hela and Siha cell lines were transfected with mir-195-3p inhibitors, mir-195-3p mimics and BCDIN3D si-RNA, si-NC. Luciferase reporter assays were adopted to confirm the binding. The interplays between mir-195-3p and BCDIN3D were explored in CC cell lines. CCK-8 assays checked how mir-195-3p regulated cell proliferation and Ki67 was examined by Western blot for its protein expressions as a biomarker for CC cell proliferation. MiR-195-3p was downregulated while BCDIN3D was upregulated in cervical cancer cell lines. The binding was confirmed via Luciferase Assay. RT-PCR suggested that upregulation of mir-195-3p inhibited BCDIN3D and downregulation of BCDIN3D in return induced mir-195-3p. CCK-8 pointed out that over...Continue Reading

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