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Fig. 2 | Molecular Cancer

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From: Circular RNAs function as ceRNAs to regulate and control human cancer progression

Fig. 2

circRNAs function as ceRNAs in regulating tumor cell proliferation. The regulation of the cell cycle is an important part of cell proliferation. CDR1as, circMTO1, circRNA_100290, circTCF25, hsa_circ_0013968, circPVT1, and hsa_circ_001569 participate in the regulation of the cell cycle through related molecules, thus modulating cell proliferation. At the same time, signaling pathways such as Wnt/β-catenin and MAPK also play an important role in the proliferation of tumor cells; cir-ITCH and other circRNAs play a regulatory role in these signaling pathways

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