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Expression of miRNA-143 in Pancreatic Cancer and Its Clinical Significance.

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Summary of "Expression of miRNA-143 in Pancreatic Cancer and Its Clinical Significance."

To analyze the expression of micro-RNA 143 (miRNA-143) in the patients with pancreatic cancer and to explore the influence of overexpression of miRNA-143 on pancreatic cancer cells.

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Name: Cancer biotherapy & radiopharmaceuticals
ISSN: 1557-8852
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