These data suggest that COX-2 inhibition induces NF-kappa beta transcription factor activation, which subsequently induces pro-inflammatory protein expression (COX-2 and MIF) and neuroendocrine differentiation in the LNCaP C4-2b subline. These data provide further evidence that pro-inflammatory protein expression may play an important role in prostate cancer progression.
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