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Dissecting the Role of MicroRNAs at the Synapse Gerhard s ...

1 Notes Introduction Nerve cells within the brain are interconnected by billions of specialized junctions known as synapses. Changes in the strength of synapses, also known as synaptic plasticity, underlie the formation and storage of memories (Malenka and Nicoll, 1999).

MicroRNAs: Commercial Products on the Horizon From Precursor ...

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MicroRNAs: Genomics, Biogenesis, Mechanism, and Function

Cell 282 Figure1. Examples of Metazoan miRNAs Shown are predicted stem loops involving the maturemiRNAs (red) and flanking sequence. ThemiRNAs* (blue) are also shown incases where they have been experimentally identified (Limetal., 2003a).

MicroRNAs: Regulatory Function and Potential for Gene Therapy

Lidia Park Genomics and Medicine November 23, 2008 MicroRNAs: Regulatory Function and Potential for Gene Therapy When Victor Ambros, Rosalind Lee, and Rhonda Feinbaum published the first finding of a microRNA, lin-4, in 1993 (Bartel 281) , it spawned a cascade of research on these new biological ...

miRZip™ Anti-microRNAs

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REGULATION OF EMT BY THE MIR-200 FAMILY OF MICRORNAS AND ITS ...

REGULATION OF EMT BY THE MIR-200 FAMILY OF MICRORNAS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR CANCER Philip A. Gregory 1, Emily L. Paterson 1, Andrew G. Bert 1, Natasha Kolesnikoff 1, Cameron P. Bracken 1, Anna Tsykin 1, Gelareh Farshid 2, Andrew Ruszkiewicz 2, Yeesim Khew-Goodall 1 and Gregory J. Goodall 1 1 ...

C. elegans microRNAs*

1. Introduction MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are genomically-encoded, untranslated RNA molecules of approximately 20-25 nucleotides (nt). MiRNAsregulate diverse processes such as cell fate specification, apoptosis, and metabolism ( Bartel, 2004 ).

miRZip™ Lentivector-based Anti- MicroRNAs

miRZip™ Lentivector-based Anti- MicroRNAs Cat. # MZIPxxxPA-1 User Manual (ver. 1-081208) Grow bacterial stock on receipt Make plasmid DNA for experiments A limited-use label license covers this product.

Understanding Regulation of Gene Expression by MicroRNAs ...

The discovery of small noncoding RNAs capable of repressing, silencing, or even enhancing gene expression continues to inspire researchers who study the regulation of gene expression.

MicroRNAs: Review of Discovery, Biogenesis, and Research Areas

MicroRNAs: Review of Discovery, Biogenesis, and Research Areas Tech Review MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are small endogenous RNA molecules (~21-25 nt) that regulate gene expression by targeting one or more mRNAs for translational repression or cleavage.