Praveen Sethupathy: MicroRNA, Regulation, and Complex Diseases | GenomeWeb

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The genes expressed in a cell give that cell its identity and determine its function. Something, however, has to control that gene expression to give the cell stability in a changing environment. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Praveen Sethupathy wants to know how that control is regulated, particularly in disease. MicroRNAs, he says, are emerging as regulators of cellular robustness.

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