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Papers of Note: Jun 11, 2009


RNAi-Related Papers Published May 2009

Both Treated and Untreated Tumors are Eliminated by Short Hairpin RNA-Based Induction of Target-Specific Immune Responses

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, May 4, 2009; epub ahead of print
McMillan et al.

Large-Scale Genome Analysis Reveals Unique Features of microRNAs

Gene, May 5, 2009; epub ahead of print
Pan et al.

Labeled microRNA Pull-Down Assay System: an Experimental Approach for High-Throughput Identification of microRNA-Target mRNAs

Nucleic Acids Research, May 6, 2009; epub ahead of print
Tsai et al.

Neuron-Specific RNA Interference Using Lentiviral Vectors

Journal of Gene Medicine, May 11, 2009; epub ahead of print
Lundberg et al.

miRanalyzer: a microRNA-Detection and -Analysis Tool for Next-Generation Sequencing Experiments

Nucleic Acids Research, May 11, 2009; epub ahead of print
Aransay et al.

A Network-Based Integrative Approach to Prioritize Reliable Hits from Multiple Genome-Wide RNAi Screens in Drosophila

BMC Genomics, May 12, 2009; epub ahead of print
Sun et al.

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qiRNA is a New Type of Small Interfering RNA Induced by DNA Damage

Nature, May 14, 2009; 459: 7244, 274-277
Liu et al.

P53-Dependent Antiviral RNA Interference Facilitates Tumor-Selective Viral Replication

Nucleic Acids Research, May 14, 2009; epub ahead of print
Kuhnel et al.

Efficient siRNA Delivery into Primary Cells by a Peptide Transduction Domain-dsRNA Binding Domain Fusion Protein

Nature Biotechnology, May 17, 2009; epub ahead of print
Dowdy et al.

Dynamic Expression of Small Non-Coding RNAs, Including Novel microRNAs and piRNAs/21U-RNAs, During C. elegans Development

Genome Biology, May 21, 2009; epub ahead of print
Slack et al.

Use of Tissue-Specific microRNA to Control Pathology of Wild-Type Adenovirus Without Attenuation of Its Ability to Kill Cancer Cells

PLoS Pathogens, May 22, 2009; epub ahead of print
Seymour et al.

Transfection of Small RNAs Globally Perturbs Gene Regulation by Endogenous microRNAs

Nature Biotechnology, May 24, 2009; epub ahead of print
Marks et al.

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MirZ: an Intergrated microRNA-Expression Atlas and Target-Prediction Resource

Nucleic Acids Research, May 25, 2009; epub ahead of print
Zavolan et al.

Stepwise Up-Regulation of microRNA Expression Levels from Replicating to Reversible and Irreversible Growth Arrest States in WI-38 Human Fibroblasts

Journal of Cellular Physiology, May 27, 2009; epub ahead of print
Wang et al.

Efficient Silencing of Gene Expression with Modular Trimeric Pol III Expression Cassettes Comprising microRNA Shuttles

Nucleic Acids Research, May 27, 2009; epub ahead of print
Arbuthnot et al.

Specific Gene Silencing by Artificial Trans-Encoded Small Non-Coding RNAs in Bacteria

Nucleic Acids Research, May 27, 2009; epub ahead of print
Yu et al.

Non-Nematode-Derived Double-Stranded RNAs Induce Profound Phenotypic Changes in Meloidogyne incognita and Globodera pallida Infective Juveniles

International Journal of Parasitology, May 28, 2009; epub ahead of print
Maule et al.

A Novel Method for Tissue-Specific RNAi Rescue in Drosophila

Nucleic Acids Research, May 29, 2009; epub ahead of print
Hassan et al.

microRNA-Mediated Species-Specific Attenuation of Influenza A Virus

Nature Biotechnology, May 31, 2009; epub ahead of print
Tenoever et al.

The Scan

Nucleotide Base Detected on Near-Earth Asteroid

Among other intriguing compounds, researchers find the nucleotide uracil, a component of RNA sequences, in samples collected from the near-Earth asteroid Ryugu, as they report in Nature Communications.

Clinical Trial Participants, Investigators Point to Importance of Clinical Trial Results Reporting in Canadian Study

Public reporting on clinical trial results is crucial, according to qualitative interviews with clinical trial participants, investigators, and organizers from three provinces appearing in BMJ Open.

Old Order Amish Analysis Highlights Autozygosity, Potential Ties to Blood Measures

Researchers in BMC Genomics see larger and more frequent runs-of-homozygosity in Old Order Amish participants, though only regional autozygosity coincided with two blood-based measures.

Suicidal Ideation-Linked Loci Identified Using Million Veteran Program Data

Researchers in PLOS Genetics identify risk variants within and across ancestry groups with a genome-wide association study involving veterans with or without a history of suicidal ideation.