Latest Tools and Technologies Help Untangle a Broad and Diverse Network of Interactions
By Kathy Liszewski
It is estimated that more than 30% of all protein-coding genes in the human genome are regulated by miRNAs. This significant role has resulted in a considerable amount of attention being paid to this family of noncoding RNA molecules.
Select Biosciences’ recent “RNAi and MiRNA Europe” meeting featured discussions on cutting-edge technologies for integrating miRNAs into the genome and for functionally analyzing expression. Insights to help unravel the complex picture of miRNA interactions, including modeling miRNA networks using high-tech tools of space-age cryptography and communications signal analysis, were also presented. (read more… )
Subscribe to the miRNA blog
Thank you for subscribing.
Something went wrong.