noncoding RNA

noncoding RNA

RNA that does not code for a PROTEIN. Examples include rRNA, snRNA, tRNA and tmRNA.
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To anwswer these questions, this project aims to reveal essential mechanisms by two independent biochemical in vitro reconstitution approaches: (1) I will reconstitute kinesin-dependent transport of a dendritically localised mRNA and noncoding RNA using candidate proteins and RNAs from literature and an unpublished result of the host laboratory.
sup][2],[5] Previously unknown biomarkers such as noncoding RNA gene products may also be associated with NSCLC.
Nevertheless, considering the variety of different noncoding RNA species, we believe that analyzing their complex expression patterns may enable the discovery of novel biomarkers, which may be complementary or even superior to CA-125.
Moving ahead, Ginsberg says he'd like to see the transcriptome researchers look at next generation sequencing technology, which can be used to assess both coding and noncoding RNA species, which may be "optimally suited to identify alterations that may involve the epigenome as well as the transcriptome.
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MicroRNAs (miRNAs) [1] are noncoding RNA molecules that either inhibit translational processing or mediate degradation of target mRNAs in various physiological and pathophysiological processes (1).
MicroRNAs (miRNAs) [3] are short, noncoding RNA molecules capable of regulating gene expression at transcription and translation levels (1).
According to the Fantom cDNA3 database (2005 release), the percentage of biological information pre sented by noncoding RNA is at least one-third of the more than 100 000 transcripts expressed in humans (3).
Decreased expression of the long noncoding RNA LINC00261 indicate poor prognosis in gastric cancer and suppress gastric cancer metastasis by affecting the epithelial-mesenchymal transition.
Long noncoding RNA X-chromosome inactive specific transcript
THOR, which stands for testis-associated highly conserved oncogenic long noncoding RNA is a kind of long noncoding RNA (lncRNA) that is expressed in humans, mice and zebrafish.