Krüppel-Like Factor 10 participates in cervical cancer immunoediting through transcriptional regulation of Pregnancy-Specifc Beta-1 Glycoproteins

Cervical cancer (CC) is currently the second most common cancer among the female population1 . As is the case with many other cancer types, host immune system evasion, involving the failure of the immune system to resist or eradicate formation and progression of incipient neoplastic cells, late-s...

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Main Author: Marrero-Rodríguez, Daniel
Other Authors: Taniguchi-Ponciano, Keiko, Subramaniam, Malayannan, Hawse, John R., Pitel, Kevin S., Arreola-De la Cruz, Hugo, Huerta-Padilla, Victor, Ponce-Navarrete, Gustavo, Figueroa-Corona, Ma. del Pilar, Gomez-Virgilio, Laura, MartinezCuevas, Teresa I., Mendoza-Rodriguez, Monica, Rodriguez-Esquivel, Miriam, Romero Morelos, Pablo, Ramirez-Salcedo, Jorge, Baudis, Michael, Meraz-Rios, Marco, Salcedo, Mauricio, Jiménez Vega, Florinda
Format: Artículo
Published: 2018
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