Scattered DUSP28 is a novel biomarker responsible for aggravating malignancy via the autocrine and paracrine signaling in metastatic pancreatic cancer

Scattered DUSP28 is a novel biomarker responsible for aggravating malignancy via the autocrine and paracrine signaling in metastatic pancreatic cancer

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Scattered DUSP28 is a novel biomarker responsible for aggravating malignancy via the autocrine and paracrine signaling in metastatic pancreatic cancer

Jungwhoi Lee, Jungsul Lee, Jae-Hoon Kim

Cancer Letters
1 March 2019

“…Pancreatic cancer remains one of the most dangerous cancers with a grave prognosis. We have reported that dual specificity phosphatise 28 (DUSP28) could be secreted in pancreatic cancer cells. . …To measure scattered DUSP28 in whole blood of pancreatic cancer patients, blood samples (ten from pancreatic cancer patients and sixteen from healthy individuals) were purchased from Innovative Research (Novi, MI, USA)…”

 

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