RNA Regulation in Mammals

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Abstract

ABSTRACT

Noncoding RNAs (ncRNA) are ubiquitous regulatory factors affecting gene expression in all organisms. In eukaryotes ncRNAs have been shown to operate on virtually every level of transmission of genetic information. They are implicated in processes that are crucial for the correct growth and development of multicellular organisms. Changes in their expression are often related to stress conditions or associated with diseases or developmental disorders.

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