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Concept Disease Models, Animal
Academic Article Current Challenges and Opportunities for Chemoprevention of Pancreatic Cancer.
Academic Article ZIP4 Promotes Pancreatic Cancer Progression by Repressing ZO-1 and Claudin-1 through a ZEB1-Dependent Transcriptional Mechanism.
Academic Article STAT3/HOTAIR Signaling Axis Regulates HNSCC Growth in an EZH2-dependent Manner.
Academic Article Aberrant expression of zinc transporter ZIP4 (SLC39A4) significantly contributes to human pancreatic cancer pathogenesis and progression.
Academic Article Development of a unique mouse model for pancreatic cancer lymphatic metastasis.
Academic Article Deciphering the mechanisms of tumorigenesis in human pancreatic ductal epithelial cells.
Academic Article A novel epigenetic CREB-miR-373 axis mediates ZIP4-induced pancreatic cancer growth.
Academic Article MicroRNA-34b inhibits pancreatic cancer metastasis through repressing Smad3.
Academic Article A tumorigenic factor interactome connected through tumor suppressor microRNA-198 in human pancreatic cancer.
Academic Article Local Phototherapy Synergizes with Immunoadjuvant for Treatment of Pancreatic Cancer through Induced Immunogenic Tumor Vaccine.
Academic Article A C-X-C Chemokine Receptor Type 2-Dominated Cross-talk between Tumor Cells and Macrophages Drives Gastric Cancer Metastasis.
Academic Article Study human pancreatic cancer in mice: how close are they?
Academic Article Vertebrate animal models of glioma: understanding the mechanisms and developing new therapies.
Academic Article IL1 Receptor Antagonist Inhibits Pancreatic Cancer Growth by Abrogating NF-?B Activation.
Academic Article FBW7 (F-box and WD Repeat Domain-Containing 7) Negatively Regulates Glucose Metabolism by Targeting the c-Myc/TXNIP (Thioredoxin-Binding Protein) Axis in Pancreatic Cancer.

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