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Signs of an overdose – microRNAs identify drug toxicity

When we think of drug overdoses, we typically think of controlled substances – e.g., illegal drugs or prescription drug abuse. It might come as a surprise, then, to hear that overdose of acetaminophen (APAP), the common over-the-counter analgesic used for headaches, fevers, and other minor ailments, is also a serious public health concern. Data from… Read article →



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From the archives: microRNA and the ECM in metastasis, a minireview

These days, everyone’s excited about the potential of circulating microRNAs to be biomarkers for disease, and justifiably so. They’re stable, they’re measurable, and they’re showing a lot of promise for a wide range of diseases. Beyond their potential as biomarkers, they’re also powerful regulators of normal and disease processes via gene regulation, and therefore a hot… Read article →