Abstract 709:In vitrofunctional study of novel oncogene serine protease 33 (PRSS33) and the clinical significance of PRSS33 expression in colorectal cancer patients

@article{Jeong2016Abstract7V,
  title={Abstract 709:In vitrofunctional study of novel oncogene serine protease 33 (PRSS33) and the clinical significance of PRSS33 expression in colorectal cancer patients},
  author={Dongjun Jeong and Seona Ban and Hyungjoo Kim and Seunghyun Oh and Sanghee Ji and Han Jo Kim and Tae Sung Ahn and Tae Hyun Kim and Hyog Young Kwon and Seob Jeon and Sang Byung Bae and Changjin Kim and Moon-Soo Lee and Moo-Jun Baek},
  journal={Cancer Research},
  year={2016},
  volume={76},
  pages={709-709}
}
Background: PRSS33, one of serine protease multigene family, has central roles in the regulation of a wide variety of physiological processes, including inflammation, development and malignancy. However, the function of this gene in colorectal cancer has not been elucidated. The goal of this study was to evaluate the oncogenic functions of PRSS33 in the colorectal cancer cell line and to evaluate the clinical significance of PRSS33 expression in colorectal cancer patients. Method: PRSS33 was… 
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