Scientists discover small RNAs that regulate gene expression and protect the genome

Tuesday, May 13, 2008 - 14:49 in Biology & Nature

RNA is best known as a working copy of the DNA sequence of genes. In this role, it`s a carrier of the genes` instructions to the cell, which manufactures proteins according to information in the RNA molecule.

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