TRIM29 is dysregulated in pancreatic cancer and implicated in maintenance of stem-cell-like characters of pancreatic cancer cells. However, the exact mechanisms underlying oncogenic function of TRIM29 in pancreatic cancer cells remain largely unclarified. Using a global screening procedure, the current study found that adenylate kinase 4 (AK4) was profoundly reduced by TRIM29 knockdown. In addition, our data demonstrated that TRIM29 knockdown altered bioenergetics and suppressed proliferation and invasion of pancreatic cancer cells via downregulation of AK4 at the posttranscriptional level. The current study demonstrated that upregulation of microRNA-2355-3p (miR-2355-3p) upregulated AK4 expression via facilitating DDX3X recruitment to the AK4 transcript, and TRIM29 knockdown thereby destabilized the AK4 transcript via miR-2355-3p downregulation. Collectively, our study uncovers posttranscriptional stabilization of the AK4 transcript by miR-2355-3p interaction to facilitate DDX3X recruitment. Regulation of AK4 by TRIM29 via miR-2355-3p thereby provides additional information for further identification of attractive targets for therapy with pancreatic cancer.