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From: FENDRR suppresses cervical cancer proliferation and invasion by targeting miR-15a/b-5p and regulating TUBA1A expression

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FENDRR inhibits cervical cancer progression in vitro and vivo. a, b qRT-PCR analysis of relative FENDRR expression in CC tissues and cells. c FENDRR overexpression efficiency. df CCK-8, colony formation assay and flow cytometry assay to detect cell viability, proliferation and apoptosis after overexpressing FENDRR. g Transwell assays to detect cell migration and invasion after overexpressing FENDRR. h Western blot assay examined EMT process after FENDRR overexpression. i In vivo experiments demonstrated FENDRR oncogenic role. **p < 0.01

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