Background: Abundant studies have shown that non-coding RNA is connected with tumor cell growth, migration and invasion. As a newly discovered non-coding RNA, WDFY3-AS2 has gradually emerged in the molecular mechanism of various tumors and has a potential prospect as a biological indicator of tumor prognosis. This review describes the pathophysiological mechanism and prognostic value of WDFY3-AS2 in different cancers.
Objective: This review reveals the changes and roles of WDFY3-AS2 in many tumors and cancers. The change of WDFY3-AS2 can be used as a cancer biomarker and plays an important role in improving tumor growth, migration and invasion. WDFY3-AS2 is unique because it can be considered a prognostic marker for many tumors and is of great significance for clinical diagnosis and treatment. WDFY3-AS2 shows the potential prognostic value and the prospect of therapeutic targets in various tumors.
Methods: PubMed reviewed the related literature to analyze and summarize the regulatory molecular mechanism of WDFY3-AS2 in various tumors and its value as a prognostic indicator.
Results: The abnormal expression of LncRNA WDFY3-AS2 in many cancers was connected with the poor prognosis of cancer patients, including diffuse glioma, hepatocellular carcinoma, ovarian cancer, esophageal cancer, triple-negative breast cancer, Clear Cell Renal Carcinoma, Esophageal squamous cell carcinoma, Lung adenocarcinoma, which participated in the recovery of orthodontic teeth. WDFY3-AS2 has revealed the cellular process of cancer cell growth, migration, and invasion.
Conclusion: The molecular mechanism of LncRNA WDFY3-AS2 regulating tumor specifically proves that WDFY3-AS2 has a good prospect in the biological index of prognosis or clinical treatment target of cancer patients.
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