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Pancreatic cancer is one of the most malignant tumors in human parenchymal organs by far, with the characteristics of insidious onset, rapid development and extremely low five-year survival rate. Several members of the tissue kallikrein family have been reported to be related to the occurrence and development of pancreatic cancer; they may be potential therapeutic targets for pancreatic cancer. This article reviews the relation between tissue kallikrein family and pancreatic cancer.doi:10.3971/j.issn.1000-8578.2020.20.0106 doaj:1413c2554cde4bcbbbedea5d9c15125c fatcat:rznuc67jknbzfiolxv4kx5qnlq