Neuroendocrine prostate cancer is an aggressive disease subtype associated with poor patient outcome. Fernandes et al. demonstrate that a microRNA, miR-194, promotes the emergence of neuroendocrine features in prostate cancer cells by targeting genes that regulate epithelial-neuroendocrine plasticity. Inhibiting miR-194 suppresses the growth of neuroendocrine prostate cancer models.
- lineage plasticity
- neuroendocrine prostate cancer
- post-transcriptional gene regulation
- prostate cancer
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology(all)