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Research Article

The Tumor Suppressive Roles and Prognostic Values of STEAP Family Members in Breast Cancer

Table 2

The expression levels of STEAP family members in different types of malignant tumors.

Malignant tumorsSTEAP family members
STEAP1STEAP2STEAP3STEAP4
RNAProteinRNAProteinRNAProteinRNAProtein

Glioma+--+++++-N.E.
Thyroid cancer---++++-+N.E.
Lung cancer++++++++++++N.E.
Colorectal cancer+-++++++++-N.E.
Head and neck cancer+-+++++++N.E.
Stomach cancer++++++++++N.E.
Liver cancer+--++++++++-N.E.
Pancreatic cancer+-+++++++N.E.
Renal cancer+-+++++++++N.E.
Urothelial cancer+-+++++++-N.E.
Prostate cancer+++++++++++++++++N.E.
Testis cancer+--++++++-N.E.
Breast cancer+-+++++++N.E.
Cervical cancer+-+++++++++N.E.
Endometrial cancer+-++++++++-N.E.
Ovarian cancer+-++++++-N.E.
Melanoma+--+++++-N.E.
Skin cancer---+-+-N.E.
Lymphoma---+---N.E.

RNA and protein expression: not detected (-); low levels (+); medium levels (++); high levels (+++). N.E. means not examined.

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