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    Meningioma was the most primary intracranial tumor, but the molecular characteristics and the treatment of malignant meningioma were still unclear. Nine malignant progression-related genes based prognostic signatures were identified by transcriptome analysis between benign meningioma and malignant meningioma. The external dataset GEO136661 and quantitative Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction were used to verify the prognostic factors. has-miR-3605-5p, hsa-miR-664b-5p, PNRC2, BTBD8, EXTL2, SLFN13, DGKD, NSD2, and BVES were closed with malignant progression. Moreover, Doxorubicin was identified by Connectivity Map website with the differential malignant progression-related genes. CCK-8 assay, Edu assay, wound healing assay, and trans-well experiment were used to reveal that Doxorubicin could inhibit proliferation, migration and invasion of IOMM-Lee Cells. © 2023. The Author(s).


    Xulei Huo, Lairong Song, Ke Wang, Hongyi Wang, Da Li, Huan Li, Wei Wang, Yali Wang, Lei Chen, Zongmao Zhao, Liang Wang, Zhen Wu. Prognostic factors and Doxorubicin involved in malignant progression of meningioma. Scientific reports. 2023 Apr 06;13(1):5632

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