Role of miRNAs in Cancer
Analysis of Their Targetome
Navarro, Alfons (editor)
MicroRNAs are the best representatives of the non-coding part of the genome and their functions are mostly linked to their target genes. During the process of carcinogenesis, both dysregulation of microRNAs and their target genes can explain the development of the disease. However, most of the target genes of microRNAs have not yet been elucidated. In this book, we add new information related to the functions of microRNAs in various tumors and their associated targetome.
KeywordsmiR526b; miR655; breast cancer; angiogenesis; lymphangiogenesis; EP4; PI3K/Akt; microRNA-361; EMT; tumor microenvironment; cancer diagnosis; cancer treatment; Bladder cancer; microRNA; genetic marker; progression; ccRCC; prognostic biomarker; miRNA; transcription factor; interplay; microRNAs; exosomes; liquid biopsy; metastasis; cancer; liquid biopsies; tumor; SNAIL (SNAI1) transcription factor; epithelial to mesenchymal transition (EMT); long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs); circular RNAs; viral miRNAs; EBV; HHV-8; HPV; HCV; HBV; MCPyV; glioblastoma; MGMT; survival; radiotherapy; chemotherapy; temozolomide; translational medicine; oncomiRNA; post-transcriptional regulation; immune regulation; adrenocortical carcinoma; micro RNA; non-coding RNA; thyroid carcinoma; radioactive iodine; drug resistance; prognosis; Burkitt lymphoma; miR-378a-3p; cell growth; pancreatic cancer; radioresistance; personalized medicine; biomarker; target; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022