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This webinar discussed the relationship between microRNA concentration and target regulation, as well as the biological implications of this association.

MicroRNAs are important regulators of gene expression. More than 800 different microRNAs are encoded in the human genome, and each cell type and even cell state appears to express a unique battery of microRNAs, which are estimated to control over half of the cell’s coding transcriptome.

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