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From: WISP2 exhibits its potential antitumor activity via targeting ERK and E-cadherin pathways in esophageal cancer cells

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Over-expression of WISP2 inhibits cell proliferation and induces apoptosis. a, Western blot analysis was used to measure the WISP2 expression in ESCC cells transfected with WISP2 cDNA.b, Quantitative results for the panel A. * P < 0.01, vs Control. c, MTT assay was used to measure cell proliferation in ESCC cells after WISP2 cDNA transfection. * P < 0.05 vs Control. d, Flow cytometry was used to measure cell apoptosis in ESCC cells after WISP2 cDNA transfection. E, Quantitative results for cell apoptosis percentage in ESCC cells after WISP2 cDNA transfection.. * P < 0.05, vs Control

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