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Fig. 3 | Journal of Experimental & Clinical Cancer Research

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From: m6A modification in RNA: biogenesis, functions and roles in gliomas

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The potential roles of RNA m6A modification in glioma progression. They are reflected in the regulation of tumor-associated factors. m6A promotes glioma progression by enhancing oncogene expression and inhibiting tumor suppressor gene expression. m6A hampers glioma progression by inhibiting oncogene expression and enhancing tumor suppressor gene expression

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