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From: FOXH1 promotes lung cancer progression by activating the Wnt/β-catenin signaling pathway

Fig. 3

FOXH1 knockdown inhibits xenograft tumor growth in nude mice. a Growth of the tumor masses in A549 cells which transduced with sh-NC or sh-FOXH1 were implanted into the shoulders of nude mice. b Tumor growth curve in nude mice. Tumor volume measurement was performed by digital caliper after tumor cells were injected subcutaneously into the shoulders of nude mice for 8 days. When measurement was terminated, the animals were sacrificed on day 36, and tumor tissues were collected. FOXH1 knockdown cell group grew slower than the control group and formed tumor masses (*p < 0.05 vs. sh-NC). c Immunohistochemistry assay of FOXH1 and KI-67 expression from tumor xenografts in each group of nude mice. (***p< 0.001 vs. sh-NC)

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