Advances of exosomes in the cervical cancer
1Sinopharm Dongfeng General Hospital, Hubei University of Medicine, 442008 Shiyan, Hubei, China
2Hubei Key Laboratory of Wudang Local Chinese Medicine Research, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Hubei University of Medicine, 442000 Shiyan, Hubei, China
3Shenzhen Baoan Authentic TCM Therapy Hospital, 518101 Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
DOI: 10.22514/ejgo.2022.012 Vol.43,Issue 3,June 2022 pp.67-70
Submitted: 09 April 2022 Accepted: 05 May 2022
Published: 15 June 2022
† These authors contributed equally.
Exosomes are membrane vesicles of an average 30–100 nm diameter formed by twice endocytosis of membrane, which play an important role in the occurrence and development of diseases. Exosomes are participated in the occurrence, development and metastasis of cervical cancer through various ways. Exosomes can also be used as drug delivery carriers or drug therapy targets, with great research potential.
cervical cancer; exosome; miRNA
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