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    To investigate the repression of miR-184 on Stanniocalcin-2 (STC2) and how this axis affects the propagation, invasiveness and migration ability of glioblastoma cells. RT-PCR was employed to determine the miR-184 and STC2 mRNA expression both in tissues and cells. Western blot was employed to determine the protein expression levels. The cells were transfected via lipofection. MTT, colony formation, invasion and scratch healing assays were conducted to study the propagation, invasiveness and migratory ability of glioblastoma cells, respectively. The dual luciferase reporter gene assay was conducted to determine whether miR-184 could directly bind to STC2 mRNA 3'UTR. MiR-184 was under-expressed whereas STC2 was over-expressed in glioblastoma tissues and cell line. The up-regulation of miR-184 significantly suppressed the propagation, migratory ability and invasion of glioblastoma cells, whereas the over-expression of STC2 restored this effect. MiR-184 was confirmed to directly target STC2. MiR-184 could retard the propagation, invasiveness and migratory ability of glioblastoma cells by suppressing STC2.

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    Linsen Feng, Jianhua Ma, Haiming Ji, Yichun Liu, Weixing Hu. MiR-184 Retarded the Proliferation, Invasiveness and Migration of Glioblastoma Cells by Repressing Stanniocalcin-2. Pathology oncology research : POR. 2017 Sep 08


    PMID: 28887636

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