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N6-methyladenosine induced miR-143-3p promotes the brain metastasis of lung cancer via regulation of VASH1

Molecular Cancer

Dec 12, 2019

Hongsheng WangLikun Chen

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Brain metastasis (BM) is one of the principal causes of mortality for lung cancer patients. While the molecular events that govern BM of lung cancer remain frustrating cloudy. The miRNA expression profiles are checked in the paired human BM and primary lung cancer tissues. The effect of...read more

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Blood - Brain Barrier Anatomy
Pathogenesis
Angiogenic Process
Cell Motility
VASH1 protein, human
VASH1 gene
Tumor Tissue Sample
Regulation of Biological Process
Vasohibin-1
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N6-methyladenosine induced miR-143-3p promotes the brain metastasis of lung cancer via regulation of VASH1

Molecular Cancer

Dec 12, 2019

Hongsheng WangLikun Chen

PMID: 31823788

DOI: 10.1186/s12943-019-1108-x

Abstract

Brain metastasis (BM) is one of the principal causes of mortality for lung cancer patients. While the molecular events that govern BM of lung cancer remain frustrating cloudy. The miRNA expression profiles are checked in the paired human BM and primary lung cancer tissues. The effect of...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

In Vivo
Blood - Brain Barrier Anatomy
Pathogenesis
Angiogenic Process
Cell Motility
VASH1 protein, human
VASH1 gene
Tumor Tissue Sample
Regulation of Biological Process
Vasohibin-1
2

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