Duke Researcher Looks to Uncover the Basics of miRNAs; Doubts RNAi s Potential as an HIV Therapy | GenomeWeb

Since the discovery of the first microRNA a decade ago, more than two hundred of them have been identified in humans. Although a lot of the work on miRNAs involves trying to uncover their roles in the cell, Duke University researcher Bryan Cullen has taken an interest in answering the more fundamental questions of how miRNAs are made and how they work.

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