|Cervical cancer (A:m6A)
|Increased m6A methylation is protecting against cervical cancer cells proliferation and motility. Adenosine methyltransferases are considered as tumorsopressors and adenosine demethylases as oncogenes. Cervical cancer cells were found to have m6A levels significantly reduced.
|Related RNA reaction
|m6A dot blot assay
|Reduced mA mRNA methylation is correlated with the progression of human cervical cancer.