Posts Tagged: cancer

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Small and mighty – the increasing influence of microRNA

If you’ve worked in molecular biology anytime in the last several years, you’ve heard of microRNA – the small, non-coding RNA species that silences gene expression, influencing everything from embryonic development to diseases like cancer. What you may not know is that circulating microRNAs, carried by exosomes or partnered with Ago2 or HDL, are taking… Read article →