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Noncoding RNAs offer huge therapeutic and diagnostic potential
Date:2/14/2013

microRNAs might play in disease is also examined in "The Mix of Two Worlds: Non-Coding RNAs and Hormones." Marc Weinberg and Kevin Morris, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, CA, describe current understanding of the regulatory function of long noncoding RNAs and how it might be used to create an entirely new area of pharmacology in "Long Non-Coding RNA Targeting and Transcriptional De-Repression."

"The astoundingly diverse roles of noncoding RNAs across many areas of biology and disease are among the most exciting areas of current research," says Executive Editor Fintan Steele, PhD, SomaLogic, Inc., Boulder, CO. "It is increasingly clear that as our knowledge of these molecules improves, so will potential therapeutic applications that take advantage of their unique biological properties."


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