Surface Protein, CD151, May Be Marker of Aggressive Serous Ovarian Cancer

Surface Protein, CD151, May Be Marker of Aggressive Serous Ovarian Cancer
A protein called CD151 is highly expressed on the surface of high-grade serous carcinoma (HGSC) cells, the most common and lethal subtype of ovarian cancers, recent research found. Expression of this surface protein is associated with tumor progression and a poor prognosis, suggesting that its levels could serve as a biomarker for HGSC. The study, “Interrogation of Functional

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