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From: High Skp2 expression is associated with a mesenchymal phenotype and increased tumorigenic potential of prostate cancer cells

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Nuclear Skp2 expression is associated with a high Gleason score in prostate cancer patients. (A) Patient samples from primary prostate carcinoma and benign hyperplasia were stained with anti-Skp2 antibody. Magnification: 40×. (B) Correlation of Skp2 with Gleason score. (C) Correlation of EMT-related marker (E-cadherin and vimentin) expression with Gleason score.

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