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Fig. 8 | Cell Communication and Signaling

Fig. 8

From: A p53/TIAF1/WWOX triad exerts cancer suppression but may cause brain protein aggregation due to p53/WWOX functional antagonism

Fig. 8

Summary illustration. Three scenarios account for cancer growth or suppression: 1) loss of WWOX, p53 and TIAF1 increases cancer growth and metastasis; 2) stabilized p53/WWOX/TIAF1 triad suppresses cancer growth, inhibits metastasis, and induces apoptosis; 3) functional antagonism between p53 and WWOX allows cancer cell growth and yet induces inflammation for causing neural protein aggregation as seen in the Alzheimer’s disease

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