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February 15, 2017 (Vol. 37, No. 4)

Reading miRNAs for Clinical Meaning

Single miRNAs Don’t Say Much, but They May Become Eloquent Biomarkers if We Take Their Testimony in Context

  • Soon after it was established that less than 2% of the human genome encodes for proteins, it was supposed that the vast majority of genetic material was mere junk. Subsequently, after advances to genomics and transcriptomics technology, scientists realized that the remaining 98% of the genome contains sequences that perform key ...

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