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Quantitative Analysis of Thymosin Beta-10 Messenger RNA in Thyroid Carcinomas

Role of Thymosin β4 in Tumor Metastasis and Angiogenesis

Thymosin β4: A New Molecular Target for Antitumor Strategies

Elevated plasma thymosin-α1 levels in lung cancer patients

Overexpression of Soluble Human Thymosin Alpha 1 in Escherichia coli

Thymosin beta 4 gene silencing decreases stemness and invasiveness in glioblastoma

Nanog suppresses cell migration by downregulating thymosin β4 and Rnd3

Muscle injury-induced thymosin β4 acts as a chemoattractant for myoblasts

INHIBITING INVASION AND STEMNESS IN GLIOBLASTOMA BY THYMOSIN BETA 4 GENE SILENCING: A POTENTIAL THERAPEUTIC TARGET?

10PINFLUENCE OF TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR-ALPHA-THYMOSIN-ALPHA1 ON THE HUMORAL AND CELLULAR IMMUNITY OF PATIENTS WITH LOCALLY ADVANCED BREAST CANCER

Polyethylene Glycol-Modified Interleukin-2 and Thymosin α1 in Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Infection

Thymosin α1- and Ulinastatin-Based Immunomodulatory Strategy for Sepsis Arising from Intra-Abdominal Infection Due to Carbapenem-Resistant Bacteria

Thymosin beta 4 silencing suppresses proliferation and invasion of non-small cell lung cancer cells by repressing Notch1 activation

Emergence of an S Gene Mutant during Thymosin α1 Therapy in a Patient with Chronic Hepatitis B

The effectiveness of neoadjuvant chemotherapy with recombinant tumor necrosis factor-thymosin-α1in locally advanced breast cancer and effect on tumor angiogenesis

 

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The α-thymosins are polypeptide hormones, derived from prothymosin-α and secreted by the thymus, that control the maturation of T cells. Thymosin-α1 (28 aa) primes dendritic cells for antifungal T-helper type 1 resistance through toll-like receptor (TLR)-9 signalling. β-Thymosins are quite different, and thymosin-β4 (Fx peptide, 43 aa) is an abundant cytoplasmic protein (~0.2 mM in neutrophils) that binds G-actin and inhibits formation of microfilaments.

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