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The binding of androgen to the androgen receptor results in the transcription of androgen-regulated genes, which signals the proliferation of prostate cancer cells. This process also produces prostate-specific antigens (PSA). Does it mean the activation of the androgen receptor (via binding to androgen) is a requirement for PSA to be formed?

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