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Front Cover: Motile hepatocellular carcinoma cells preferentially secret sugar metabolism regulatory proteins via exosomes

Front Cover: Motile hepatocellular carcinoma cells preferentially secret sugar metabolism regulatory proteins via exosomes
Tong Wang, Yizhi Cui, Yunfeng Shi, Zhipeng Chen, Kun Meng, Shaohua Lu, Ye Zhou, Jing Zhang, Qing-Yu He
DOI: 10.1002/pmic.201700103The cover image has four major elements: 1) Cells in blue and red differentiate motile and non-motile liver cancer cells, respectively; 2) secretion of their exosomes are in the same colors; 3) a MS spectrum depicts the comparative proteomics analysis on exosomes; 4) exosomal proteome signatures are shown in two blocks to illustrate the major findings of this study. Specifically, the core message, which sugar metabolism units in exosomes can reflect liver cancer cell motilities, can be easily told by this image. For more details, see the research article by Jing Zhang et al., article number 1700103.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/pmic.201770111

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