By Molika Ashford
OSU researchers recently published data that is expected to yield a new test based on blood-borne miRNAs for lung cancer progression and prognosis.
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This week in Nature: Researchers describe the adaptation of organisms to environmental changes, while another study provides new insights into pig domestication.
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In this online seminar, Jo Vandesompele of the Center for Medical Genetics at Ghent University will discuss methods for improving the analysis of microRNA expression from a range of samples.
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