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Papers of Note: Jun 2, 2011

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RNAi- and microRNA-Related Papers Published May 2011

Prostate-Targeted Radiosensitization Via Aptamer-shRNA Chimeras in Human Tumor Xenografts

Journal of Clinical Investigation, May 9, 2011; epub ahead of print
Lupold et al.


Regulation of Erythroid Differentiation by miR-376a and Its Targets

Cell Research, May 10, 2011; epub ahead of print
Zhang et al.


microRNA-27a Regulates Basal Transcription by Targeting the p44 Subunit of General Transcription Factor IIH

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, May 10, 2011; epub ahead of print
Portal


Evolution of miR-159/319 microRNA Genes and Their Post-Transcriptional Regulatory Link to siRNA Pathways

BMC Evolutionary Biology, May 12, 2011; epub ahead of print
Jin et al.


Use of RNA Interference to Modulate Liver Adenoma Development in a Murine Model Transgenic for Hepatitis B Virus

Gene Therapy, May 12, 2011; epub ahead of print
Tao et al.


Functional Evidence that Drosha Over-Expression in Cervical Squamous Cell Carcinoma Affects Cell Phenotype and microRNA Profiles

Journal of Pathology, March 14, 2011; epub ahead of print
Coleman et al.


Limiting Ago Protein Restricts RNAi and microRNA Biogenesis During Early Development in Xenopus laevis

Genes & Development, May 16, 2011; epub ahead of print
Dahlberg et al.


Mitochondria Associate with P-Bodies and Modulate miRNA-Mediated RNA Interference

Journal of Biological Chemistry, May 16, 2011; epub ahead of print
Weil et al.


Thermodynamic Stability of Small Hairpin RNAs Highly Influences the Loading Process of Different Mammalian Argonautes

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, May 16, 2011; epub ahead of print
Kay et al.


microRNA Sequence and Expression Analysis in Breast Tumors by Deep Sequencing

Cancer Research, May 17, 2011; epub ahead of print
Tuschl et al.


Circulating microRNAs let-7a and miR-16 Predict Progression-Free Survival and Overall Survival in Patients with Myelodysplastic Syndrome

Blood, May 20, 2011; epub ahead of print
Bueso-Ramos et al.


A Simple Bayesian Estimate of Direct RNAi Gene-Regulation Events from Differential Gene-Expression Profiles

BMC Genomics, May 20, 2011; epub ahead of print
Wilson & Plucinski


Identification of a microRNA that Activates Gene Expression by Repressing Nonsense-Mediated RNA Decay

Molecular Cell, May 20, 2011; 42: 4, 500-510
Wilkinson et al.


Control of Vertebrate Multiciliogenesis by miR-499 Through Direct Repression of the Delta/Notch Pathway

Nature Cell Biology, May 22, 2011; epub ahead of print
Barbry et al.


Maximizing Target Protein Ablation by Integration of RNAi and Protein Knockout

Cell Research, May 24, 2011; epub ahead of print
Hannah & Zhou


Characterization of Extracellular Circulating microRNA

Nucleic Acids Research, May 24, 2011; epub ahead of print
Burwinkel et al.


The Importance of RT-qPCR Primer Design for the Detection of siRNA-Mediated mRNA Silencing

BMC Research Notes, May 25, 2011; epub ahead of print
Reid et al.


Nucleobase and Ribose Modifications Control Immunostimulation by a microRNA-122-Mimetic RNA

Journal of the American Chemical Society, May 25, 2001; epub ahead of print
Beal et al.


microRNA-21 Orchestrates High Glucose-Induced Signals to TORC1 for Renal Cell Pathology in Diabetes

Journal of Biological Chemistry, May 25, 2011; epub ahead of print
Ghosh Choudhury et al.


Restoration of Tumor-Suppressor microRNAs Using a Systemic Nanovector Inhibits Pancreatic Cancer Growth in Mice

Molecular Cancer Therapeutics, May 27, 2011; epub ahead of print
Maitra et al.


miRFam: An Effective Automatic miRNA Classification Method Based on N-Grams and a Multi-Class SVM

BMC Bioinformatics, May 28, 2011; epub ahead of print
Guan et al.


microRNA-29 Can Regulate Expression of the Long Non-Coding RNA Gene MEG3 in Hepatocellular Cancer

Oncogene, May 30, 2011; epub ahead of print
Patel et al.

The Scan

Comfort of Home

The Guardian reports that AstraZeneca is to run more clinical trials from people's homes with the aim of increasing participant diversity.

Keep Under Control

Genetic technologies are among the tools suggested to manage invasive species and feral animals in Australia, Newsweek says.

Just Make It

The New York Times writes that there is increased interest in applying gene synthesis to even more applications.

Nucleic Acids Research Papers on OncoDB, mBodyMap, Genomicus

In Nucleic Acids Research this week: database to analyze large cancer datasets, human body microbe database, and more.