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miR-939-5p Contributes to the Migration and Invasion of Pancreatic Cancer by Targeting ARHGAP4

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Rho GTPase-activating protein 4 (ARHGAP4) is a GTPase‐activating protein for the small GTPases of the Rho family that is involved in tumorigenesis.

We recently reported that ARHGAP4 can mediate Warburg effect and malignant phenotype of pancreatic cancer. However, the regulation of ARHGAP4 remains unclear. Read more . . . 


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