Research Team Publishes Data Showing Gene Regulation by Secreted microRNAs

The findings not only show that miRNAs are "a novel class of signaling molecules that play an important role in mediating cell-to-cell and organ-to-organ communication," but also demonstrate that the small, non-coding RNA are part of "a highly regulated complex network under various physiological and pathophysiological conditions," according to a study author.

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