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DASHR – a database of small human noncoding RNAs

DASHR – a database of small human noncoding RNAs

Small non-coding RNAs (sncRNAs) are highly abundant RNAs, typically <100 nucleotides long, that act as key regulators of diverse cellular processes. Although thousands of sncRNA genes are known to exist in the human genome, no single database provides searchable, unified ...

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mi&lncRNA World 2015

mi&lncRNA World 2015

Deepen Your Mechanistic Understanding to Harness the Biomarker, Diagnostic & Therapeutic Applications of mi & lncRNA’s November 18-19th 2015 – Boston, MA mi & lncRNA World 2015 will enable you to deepen and broaden your understanding of miRNA and lncRNA mechanisms and functionality. ...

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Review – RNA-Seq and Horse Racing

Review – RNA-Seq and Horse Racing

RNA sequencing (RNA-seq) by next-generation technology is a powerful tool which creates new possibilities in whole-transcriptome analysis. In recent years, with the use of the RNA-seq method, several studies expanded transcriptional gene profiles to understand interactions between genotype and phenotype, ...

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New microRNA Analysis App in BaseSpace

New microRNA Analysis App in BaseSpace

miRNAs are a class of non-coding RNAs mainly involved in post-transcription control of gene expression although they are also involved in other non-canonical functions. Furthermore, they represents an interesting class of biomarkers for a large variety of diseases. Small RNA-sequencing ...

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