Identification of PKP 2/3 as potential biomarkers of ovarian cancer based on bioinformatics and experiments

, Xiao Li, Qian Guo, Xin Nie, , Qing Liu, , , & Bei Lin
Abstract Background Plakophilins (PKPs) are widely involved in gene transcription, translation, and signal transduction, playing a crucial role in tumorigenesis and progression. However, the function and potential mechanism of PKP1/2/3 in ovarian cancer (OC) remains unclear. It’s of great value to explore the expression and prognostic values of PKP1/2/3 and their potential mechanisms, immune infiltration in OC. Methods The expression levels, prognostic values and genetic variations of PKP1/2/3 in OC were explored by various bioinformatics...
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