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From: ANGPTL4 overexpression inhibits tumor cell adhesion and migration and predicts favorable prognosis of triple-negative breast cancer

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ANGPTL4 overexpression inhibits cell migration, invasion and adhesion in invasive breast cancer cell lines. a The expression of ANGPTL4 in luminal BC cell lines such as SKRB3 and MDA-MB-453 is higher than that in basal-like BC cell lines such as BT549 and MDA-MB-231. b The efficiency of transfection was confirmed by Western blots. Stable ANGPTL4-overexpressing cells (abbreviated BT549 and 231 ANGPTL4 OE) exhibited weaker wound healing (c), Matrigel invasion (d) and attachment abilities than the negative control (abbreviated NC) and empty vector cells (Graghpad Prism statistical software package, version 5.01, The Student’s t-test was used, *p < 0.05)

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