miRNA


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miRNA

abbr.
microRNA
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The measured signals of a probe (1 of 20 probe replicates for a miRNA) were first background-corrected, the arrays were then normalized by quantile, and last, the final signal of a miRNA was estimated by calculating the median of the corresponding probe signals.
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Steven Hicks, MD, PhD, FAAP, lead study author, says the salivary miRNA levels were significantly more effective than evaluations using SCAT-3 survey in predicting which children would continue to experience headaches, fatigue, concentration difficulties, and other concussion symptoms that lasted longer than four weeks.
In addition, miRNA molecules possess specific properties, such as higher tissue and organ specificity; and ability to cross the blood-brain barrier easily, that make them a favorable option to be used as biomarkers for a range of neurological diseases, thereby driving the market growth.
From 300 ul plasma aliquots, total RNA was insulated by using NucleoSpinA(r) miRNA Plasma kit (MACHEREY-NAGEL Co., Germany) as per defined protocol and then quantity of miRNA isolated from plasma was measured on NanoDrop(tm) 2000/2000c Spectrophotometer (Thermo Fisher Scientific(tm) (Pvt.) Ltd., USA) with RNase free water used as blank.
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MicroRNA, referred as miRNA is a class of naturally occurring, small non-coding RNA molecule, which is found in plants, some of the viruses and animals.
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The up- or down-regulation of miRNA has been established as a biomarker in numerous cancer types and, accordingly, is thought to have potential utility in the diagnosis or prognosis of various cancers of colorectal (37), breast (38), lung (39), and ovarian (40) origin (25,26,41,42).
The aim of the present study was to compare mi-RNA profiles of freshly frozen and air dried slide smear identical tissue bone marrows collected from children with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) in order to identify the possible use of archived slides to extract and amplify miRNA. This may be of use to many researchers, due to the absence of concomitant biobanking of patient specimens and availability of archival samples in pathology laboratories worldwide.
A single miRNA can simultaneously regulate hundreds of genes, presenting high regulatory potential and disrupting a miRNA may affect the transcription of several genes that affect cancer-related signaling pathways (REDDY, 2015).