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Long non-coding RNA FGF13-AS1 inhibits glycolysis and stemness properties of breast cancer cells through FGF13-AS1/IGF2BPs/Myc feedback loop

Ma, Fei et al.

Cancer letters. Volume 450: (2019, May 28th); pp 63-75 -- Elsevier North-Holland

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Long non-coding RNA FGF13-AS1 inhibits glycolysis and stemness properties of breast cancer cells through FGF13-AS1/IGF2BPs/Myc feedback loop

Ma, Fei et al.

Cancer letters. Volume 450 (2019); pp 63-75 -- Elsevier North-Holland

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Roles of tRNA-derived fragments in human cancers

Sun, Chunxiao et al.

Cancer letters. Volume 414 (2018); pp 16-25 -- Elsevier North-Holland

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Roles of tRNA-derived fragments in human cancers

Sun, Chunxiao et al.

Cancer letters. Volume 414: (2018, February 1st); pp 16-25 -- Elsevier North-Holland

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Roles of RNA methylation by means of N6-methyladenosine (m6A) in human cancers

Wang, Siwei et al.

Cancer letters. Volume 408 (2017); pp 112-120 -- Elsevier North-Holland

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Roles of cancer/testis antigens (CTAs) in breast cancer

Li, Yongfei et al.

Cancer letters. Volume 399 (2017); pp 64-73 -- Elsevier North-Holland

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Roles of RNA methylation by means of N6-methyladenosine (m6A) in human cancers

Wang, Siwei

Cancer letters. Volume 408: (2017, November 1st); pp 112-120 -- Elsevier North-Holland

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Dietary oleic acid-induced CD36 promotes cervical cancer cell growth and metastasis via up-regulation Src/ERK pathway

Yang, Ping et al.

Cancer letters. Volume 438 (2018); pp 76-85 -- Elsevier North-Holland

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Dietary oleic acid-induced CD36 promotes cervical cancer cell growth and metastasis via up-regulation Src/ERK pathway

Yang, Ping et al.

Cancer letters. Volume 438: (2018, December 1st); pp 76-85 -- Elsevier North-Holland

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