Researchers Identify New Targets for RNAs That Regulate Genes

Sunday, July 6, 2008 - 12:35 in Biology & Nature

Tiny strands of genetic material called RNA - a chemical cousin of DNA - are emerging as major players in gene regulation, the process inside cells that drives all biology and that scientists seek to control in order to fight disease.

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