Gankyrin Is Frequently Overexpressed in Cervical High Grade Disease and Is Associated with Cervical Carcinogenesis and Metastasis

@inproceedings{Liu2014GankyrinIF,
  title={Gankyrin Is Frequently Overexpressed in Cervical High Grade Disease and Is Associated with Cervical Carcinogenesis and Metastasis},
  author={Yuan Liu and Jiawen Zhang and Wenyan Qian and Yu Dong and Yongbin Yang and Zhiqiang Liu and Youji Feng and Ding Ma and Z Zhang and Su-fang Wu},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
Our previous studies have showed that Gankyrin expression is correlated with a malignant phenotype in endometrial carcinoma. Here, we investigated the possible role of Gankyrin in cervical disease. The increasing protein level of Gankyrin was observed in high-grade cervical intraepithelial neoplasia and carcinoma compared with benign cervical tissues and low-grade cervical intraepithelial neoplasia. In para-carcinoma tissues, it was found interestingly that there was no lymph node metastasis… CONTINUE READING

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