publication . Article . 2017

MicroRNA-155-5p in pathogenesis of cancer

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  • Published: 01 Oct 2017 Journal: Advances in molecular oncology, volume 4, pages 27-36 (issn: 2313-805X, eissn: 2413-3787, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Publishing House ABV Press
MicroRNA miR-155 is one of the most characterized and actively studied microRNAs that regulate processes closely related to carcinogenesis, including cell differentiation, adhesion, migration and invasion of the tumor cells, metastasis, apoptosis and immunosuppression.  In addition, this miRNA is involved in differentiation of hematopoetic cells and developing of inflammation. The association between specific deregulation of the expression of miR-155 and carcinogenesis is confirmed by a number of both fundamental and clinical studies and is due to the posttranscriptional regulation of the most important genes of the tumor associated pathways. Modulation of the l...
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free text keywords: oncogenesis, oncomarker, solid tumor, immunosuppression, chemoresistance, Metastasis, medicine.disease, medicine, Carcinogenesis, medicine.disease_cause, microRNA, Biology, Cancer research, Lymphoma, Cellular differentiation, Leukemia, Exosome, miR-155, lcsh:Neoplasms. Tumors. Oncology. Including cancer and carcinogens, lcsh:RC254-282
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