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GSK-3 inhibitors became a novel therapeutic agent treating cancer. There are so many uses of GSK-3 inhibitor for treating cancer like breast cancer, lung cancer, gastric cancer, and no pathological changes are shown by the morphological examination of GSK-3. This review describes the recent affairs using GSK-3 inhibitors, mainly treating in colon carcinoma. The authorsAuthors have also shown the different mechanisms of different GSK-3 inhibitors for treating various cancers and proposed some mechanisms that can be useful for further research by GSK-3 inhibitors for various cancerscancer including colon carcinoma. The majority of the cancers and pre-cancerous lesions are stimulated by the transformation of membrane-bound arachidonic acid (AA) to eicosanoids for the viability, proliferation, and spread of cancer. GSK-3 inhibitors can reinstate hostility to tumor necrosis factor-related apoptosis-inducing ligand (TRAIL) responsiveness in gastric adenocarcinoma cells. GSK-3, the final enzyme in glycogen synthesis, is a serine/threonine kinase that phosphorylates varied sequences that are more than a hundred in number, within proteins in an array of heterogeneous pathways. It is an essential module of an exceptionally huge number of cellular processes, a fundamental role in many metabolic processes and diseases. Many patients achieve long term remission with outstanding survival diagnosed with colon cancer through it. Before the extensive application of these proposed mechanisms of GSK-3 inhibitor, further evaluation and clinical studies are needed. After doing the appropriate clinical studies and morphological examination, it can be appropriate for extensive application. Copyright© Bentham Science Publishers; For any queries, please email at epub@benthamscience.net.

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Sitansu Sekhar Nanda, Md Imran Hossain, Heongkyu Ju, Dong Kee Yi. GSK-3 Inhibitors in Regulation and Controlling of Colon Carcinoma. Current drug targets. 2021 Feb 04


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