Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. Convential therapies target androgen signalling, however, they provide limited survival benefits for patients. The Wnt signalling pathway induces expression of target genes through cell surface receptors. It was found that prostate cancer cell lines express high levels of Wnt-11, a non canonical member of the Wnt family.
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