Research Paper Volume 12, Issue 4 pp 3205—3217

MIR210HG promotes cell proliferation and invasion by regulating miR-503-5p/TRAF4 axis in cervical cancer

Figure 7. The MIR210HG/miR-503-5p/TRAF4 axis in CC. (A, B) MiR-503-5p inhibitors abolished the effects of MIR210HG suppression on TRAF4 expression in CC cells. (C, D) TRAF4 upregulation rescued the effects of MIR210HG suppression on CC cell invasion abilities. (E) MIR210HG expression was positively associated with TRAF4 expression in CC tissues. (F) MiR-503-5p inhibitors abolished the effects of MIR210HG suppression on EMT related gene expression in SiHa cells. *P<0.05.