Loss of mammalian circular RNA has been shown to disrupt microRNA regulation and disturb a brain function called sensorimotor gating.
The transcriptome gives a fuller picture of how genes are expressed. RNA sequencing allows for more detailed information on cellular pathways and expression levels in cancer studies.
Researchers have developed a more precise way of diagnosing suicide risk, by developing blood tests that work in everybody.
Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute have developed a new method for producing ribonucleic acid (RNA) molecules in the laboratory.
Scientists have found that affected children’s cells are flooded with ribosomal RNA and are poisoned by it.
A new technique represents an important step forward for single-cell RNA sequencing.
New 3-D imaging highlights the dynamic and structural interactions of DNA in the nucleus, proving to be a critical missing link in genotype to phenotype.
The first data network for research into Huntington’s disease has been created by an international team, that’s freely available to all scientists.
Synthego has unveiled its CRISPR Pioneers Program to help new researchers conduct successful gene editing experiments.
Breakthrough research published in PLOS ONE demonstrates quantitative, PCR-free detection of microRNA