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Opko said it may use some of the proceeds to make additional acquisitions.

Opko Acquires Curna for $10M

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Curna's technology, according to Opko, allows for the up-regulation of target proteins and was exclusively licensed from the Scripps Research Institute.

Using a variety of genetic approaches, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill researchers have shown that some SNPs previously linked to atherosclerosis risk can affect the splicing of a long, non-coding RNA that's found in both circular and linear forms in human cells.

While the exact goals of the so-called TRC3 have yet to be defined, the initiative expects that these will include the expansion of its scope to include reagents targeting non-coding RNAs.

An international research team has identified a role for small peptides produced by the non-coding Drosophila gene polished rice in mediating the activity of a transcription factor during fruit fly development.

Zoltán Konthur from the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics discusses why researchers studying non-protein coding RNAs with real-time PCR need their own set of reference molecules for normalization.

The school is also planning to establish and RNA core facility to give investigators campus-wide access to instrumentation and RNA-analysis expertise that is currently unavailable.

A team of researchers from Yale University has used bioinformatics to find previously unidentified non-coding RNAs in bacteria using environmental DNA sequence data.

The grants will support research into developing ncRNAs as cancer biomarkers.

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According to Agence France Presse, astronauts who are to arrive soon at the International Space Station are to study the effect of microgravity on brain organoids and more.

A new study finds that farmed fish have led to a decline in genetic diversity among Atlantic salmon, the Guardian reports.

In Cell this week: analysis of SARS-CoV-2 B.1.1.7 introductions to the US, increased horizontal gene transfer higher in gut microbiomes linked to industrialization, and more.