EMT_REGULATORS

MAP:EMT_MOTILITY/MODULE:EMT_REGULATORS map
The EMT-associated reprogramming of cells is tightly controlled by at least 4 major interconnected regulatory networks, including the transcriptional and translational machinery, expression of non-coding RNAs, alternative splicing and protein stability (PMID: 23344542; PMID: 19262571; PMID: 22945800)
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