The microRNA-34 Family and Its Functional Role in Lung Cancer

May, 05, 2024 | Select Oncology Journal Articles

imageLung cancer is one of the most common malignant tumors in humans and the leading cause of cancer-related deaths worldwide. The microRNA-34 (miR-34) family is dysregulated in various human cancers and is an important family of tumor suppressor genes among microRNAs. The miR-34 family is downregulated in lung cancer. It inhibits cell proliferation, metastasis, and invasion, arrests the cell cycle, and induces apoptosis or senescence by negatively regulating many oncogenes. It is commonly used to detect and treat lung cancer. This study describes the regulatory role of the miR-34 family in lung cancer and the associated research advances in treatment.

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