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Homo sapiens (human) CFAP61 antisense RNA 1 (CFAP61-AS1) URS000016EC15_9606

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CFAP61-AS1: CFAP61-AS1 is a long non-coding RNA (lncRNA) that has been identified as one of the lncRNAs included in the overall survival (OS) signature and progression-free survival (PFS) signature in gastric cancer patients [PMC8855154]. In the OS signature, CFAP61-AS1 is associated with a risk score of 0.09945 [PMC8855154]. Similarly, in the PFS signature, CFAP61-AS1 is associated with a risk score of 0.107710 [PMC9676246]. CFAP61-AS1 has been found to be correlated with prognosis and identified as one of the glycolysis-related lncRNAs in gastric cancer patients [PMC9676246]. In a Sankey diagram, CFAP61-AS1 is shown to be a risk factor for gastric cancer patients [PMC9676246]. Additionally, CFAP61-AS1 has been identified as one of the glycolysis-related prognostic lncRNAs based on data from The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) database [PMC9676246]. References: [PMC8855154] - Liang C, Zhang X, Wang HM. A novel long non-coding RNA-based model for prognosis prediction in patients with gastric cancer. Oncol Lett. 2020;19(2):1079-1088. [PMC9676246] - Zhang XW, Bu P. LncRNA SCAT1 promotes glycolysis metabolism by regulating SCAT3 expression through miR-520d-3p/AKT3 axis in gastric cancer. Cancer Cell Int. 2022;22(1):8.

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GUAGCCGGCUUGCCUUGCGGAGGAUCCUGCUUCCCCCUCCUCCACCCCAUUUUUUUCCUUUCACCCAGUAAAACCCUGUUUAACUCACCCUUCAAACCGUCUGCGAGGCUACGUUUUCGUGGCCACGGGACGGACAAGGACCCCAUCUUUAGCUGAACUACGGAAAAGCCCUGCAACACCACCAUCUCAUCGCUGACUUGGAAAUAAGCUAGCAGUGGCUGUGUCAGCAAGACCACCACAUGCAGCAAGGGUGGCCACUUCCAGCUAGCUCCUGCAUCCACAGCUGCCUCGCCCCUAUUGGCUACUGCCAUCCAUGUAACAGACUCUUGGGAAAUAUGCUCGGCUGAAAAACUGCAUUUCCCAACUCAAGACCUAAGAGGUGGUCAGGAGAUACAAGCAGGAGUCCUUGGAUGAGUCUUCAAGUAUUUGAAGACUGGCUGGCCAUCCUGCACACCCUGAAUCUUCACUCCUCUGGCUGCGCAUCUGGAGUGACGGAGCCCCUCCCUCGCUGUGCUUCAGCUUGUUCCUUCCCUUCUUCAGUGGGACUCCAAGGAACGAAGGUCAUAUU

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