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In genetics, microRNAs (miRNA) are single-stranded RNA molecules of 21-23 nucleotides in length, which regulate gene expression. miRNAs are encoded by genes from whose DNA they are transcribed but miRNAs are not translated...
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A gateway to all types of information about microRNAs, including articles, products, news, events, and other websites. ... MicroRNA Analysis—Start Here ...
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microRNA.org: A resource for predicted microRNA ... http://www.microrna.org/ January 2008 release (for a limited time): http: ... Human MicroRNA targets. ...
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Labels: gene expression, microRNA, molecular biology ... MicroRNA and cancer. Human gene count drops again ... MicroRNA. Diophantine equations. Cytokine storms ...
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Pair Of MicroRNA Molecules Controls Major Oncogene In Most Common Leukemia (12 ... Labels: cancer, let-7, microRNA, Myc, news dump, stem cells ...
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He also presents recent discoveries in the microRNA field. ... Wired News: MicroRNA is a big topic in bio. Science News Online: Biological dark matter ...
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... news > search news archives > 2007 news stories > microrna helps prevent tumors ... The first microRNA was discovered in 1993, in worms. ...
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miRBase is the new home for microRNA data, incorporating the database and gene ... miRBase Targets is a newly developed database of ... microrna@sanger.ac.uk ...
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The major role of known microRNA is post-transcriptional regulation of gene ... The microRNA identified in this way will become potential biomarkers for ...
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Welcome to the home of the popular Locked Nucleic Acid-based tools for small RNA ... and get microRNA research news, downloads and offers. Sign up here ...
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MicroRNA or miRNA are small RNA molecules 21–23 nucleotides in length that can ... DGCR8-dependent microRNA biogenesis is essential for skin development. ...
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Luminex FlexmiR microRNA panels and custom assays for multiplexing miRNA targets ... The FlexmiR™ MicroRNA Panels liquid suspension, bead-based assay allows ...
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1 Formation of primary micro RNA (pri-miRNA) by transcription involves harpin loop formation ... TargetmiR Infobase of microRNA Targets. miRNA target ...
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TaqMan® MicroRNA Assays. Custom TaqMan® Small RNA Assays ... TaqMan® MicroRNA Reverse Transcription Kit. Megaplex™ PreAmp Primers. TaqMan® PreAmp Master Mix ...
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LC Sciences now offers a complete suite of analytical services to advance your microRNA research. These comprehensive services are designed to be one-stop and get ...
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miR-express Lentiviral microRNA - for over-expression of human pri-miRNA transcripts ... microRNA biogenesis ... A uniform system for microRNA annotation. ...
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A microRNA directly regulates gene implicated human cancers, researchers from ... Mean new microRNA data analysis method gives sharper results ...
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microRNA Vectors. Transcription Reporter Vectors. Ligase-Free Cloning System. Delivery Systems ... Real-time qPCR-based microRNA expression profiling system ...
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microRNA Vectors. Transcription Reporter Vectors. Ligase-Free Cloning System. Delivery Systems ... the mature versus the precursor form of the microRNA? ...
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Drosophila microRNA targets. Drosophila targets ... miRanda software for microRNA target prediction (not including conservation analysis) ...
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