Among the covered topics are the CMC’s pioneering discoveries of numerous novel, tissue- and primate-specific human microRNAs (, see also here), and of the dependency of microRNA isoforms and tRNA-derived fragments on a person’s sex, population, race and disease ([1,2] see also here and here). The findings suggest that disease is shaped by the push-and-pull of many of these new non-coding regulators (see adjacent picture). Click here to read this article and click here for a list of web resources that accompany the article and were posted in the journal’s blog.
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