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Fig. 1 | Molecular Cancer

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From: Role of hypoxia-induced exosomes in tumor biology

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Hypoxic-induced exosomes promote angiogenesis in multiple cancers. Under chronic hypoxic conditions, cancer cells secrete higher levels of exosomes. The upregulated exosomal ncRNAs and specific proteins induced by hypoxia are taken up by the surrounding endothelial cells, resulting in the accelerated angiogenesis

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