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Pancreatic stellate Cells Derived Exosomal miR-5703 Promotes Pancreatic Cancer by Downregulating CMTM4 and Activating PI3K/Akt Pathway

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Exosomes play important role in tumor microenvironment, and mediate the crosstalk between pancreatic cancer (PC) cells and matrix components including pancreatic stellate cells (PSCs) to regulate pancreatic cancer progression.

Here we isolated primary PSCs from PC patients, and demonstrated that PSC-derived exosomes could be internalized by PC cells to promote cell proliferation. Furthermore, we identified that miR-5703 in the exosomes acted as a driver of cell proliferation and its inhibitor suppressed the function of exosomes to promote PC cell proliferation. Read more . . . 


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