In Nucleic Acids Research this week, researchers from Germany and Lithuania describe microRNAs present in peripheral blood samples from more than 150 healthy participants. Using deep sequencing, fluorescence activated cell sorting, and magnetic activated cell sorting, the team tracked miRNA expression in seven peripheral blood cell types — from the myeloid and lymphoid cell lineages — in nearly 300 samples obtained from 162 healthy individuals.

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