Study Suggests MicroRNA, Tissue Evolution Closely Linked in Bilaterian Animals | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Ancient microRNAs were largely tissue specific and their evolution seems to have occurred hand-in-hand with the evolution of animals with bilaterally symmetrical body plans, according to a paper appearing online yesterday in Nature.

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