Exosomal Long Noncoding RNAs are Differentially Expressed in the Cervicovaginal Lavage Samples of Cervical Cancer Patients.

@article{Zhang2016ExosomalLN,
  title={Exosomal Long Noncoding RNAs are Differentially Expressed in the Cervicovaginal Lavage Samples of Cervical Cancer Patients.},
  author={Jin Zhang and Shuang-Chun Liu and Xin-hua Luo and Guo-Xian Tao and Ming Guan and Hong Yuan and Da-kang Hu},
  journal={Journal of clinical laboratory analysis},
  year={2016},
  volume={30 6},
  pages={1116-1121}
}
BACKGROUND As the second leading cause of cancer morbidity and death in women, cervical cancer remains an important public health problem worldwide. Novel biomarkers with high sensitivity and specificity for the early detection and diagnosis of cervical cancer are urgently needed. Increasing evidence shows that long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs) are differentially expressed in cancer tissues and may serve as diagnostic markers. In multiple tumor types, exosomes harboring lncRNAs are actively… CONTINUE READING
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