microRNA

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mi·cro·RNA

 (mī′krō-är′ĕn′ā′)
n. Abbr. miRNA
Any of various short, single-stranded RNA molecules that regulate gene expression by binding to messenger RNA molecules, usually in untranslated regions.
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NASDAQ:RGLS), a biopharmaceutical company leading the discovery and development of innovative medicines targeting microRNAs (miR), today announced that the U.
The levels of some microRNAs, tiny pieces of genetic material that help regulate protein production, change in the blood of mice after exposure to radiation, researchers report in the May 13 Science Translational Medicine.
The Global MicroRNA market has also been witnessing the discovery and development of microRNAs as biomarkers for diseases.
The researchers identified 13 unique microRNAs that were highly altered by THC.
They also consider such topics as microRNAs as potential biomarkers and therapeutic tools in cancer, the paradigm shift in the regulation of microRNAs for potential cancer therapeutics from pathways to perturbation of gene regulatory networks, and system and network biology in personalized medicine based on microRNA.
Select Biosciences has performed worldwide market tracking wherein analyzed end-user research trends in the microRNA as well as Exosome markets—these areas are evolving in parallel given the opportunity in the Circulating Biomarkers space and the utility of microRNAs and mRNAs to be harvested from exosomes and assayed as signatures for disease.
Guettouche has demonstrated that Exiqon's microRNA PCR platform allows for quantitative detection of a higher number of microRNAs at low concentrations compared to similar products offered by a main competitor," said Dr.
6) reported the presence of yet another class of nucleic acid molecules in maternal plasma, namely placental microRNAs.
MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are recently discovered, naturally occurring, small RNAs that act as master regulators and have the potential to form the basis for a new class of diagnostics and therapeutics.
MicroRNAs are native small regulatory RNAs of about 22 nucleotides in eukaryotes, evolutionarily conserved molecules that can repress translation or degrade the RNA transcripts of target genes, depending on the degree of complementarity.
p19 has emerged as an important research tool in the quest to refine scientific understanding of how siRNAs and other small RNAs, such as microRNAs, work in planta, in vitro, and in vivo.
Select Biosciences has performed worldwide market tracking wherein we've analyzed end-user research trends in the microRNA as well as Exosome marketsthese areas are evolving in parallel given the opportunity in the Circulating Biomarkers space and the utility of microRNAs and mRNAs to be harvested from exosomes and assayed as signatures for disease.