Vasily V Grinev

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This review is devoted to analyzing design rules, as well as quality controls, in the development of highly effective and specific short interfering RNA (siRNA). Four crucial steps in the development of this siRNA are discussed, i.e., selecting target RNA and designing sense and antisense strands, as well as assessing the activity and specificity of(More)
Ample adaptive and functional opportunities of a living cell are determined by the complexity of its structural organisation. However, such complexity gives rise to a problem of maintenance of the coherence of inner processes in macroscopic interims and in macroscopic volumes which is necessary to support the structural robustness of a cell. The solution to(More)
The efficiency of human bone marrow (BM) mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) transduction with a bicistronic lentivirus vector was estimated, and the stability of transgene expression in genetically modified MSCs was determined. First-passage BM MSCs were capable of efficient transduction with the bicistronic lentivirus vector. The transduction efficiency depended(More)
The 3′ end was exactly mapped for has-mir-30a-like artificial human microRNAs that specifically recognize the mRNA of the aml1/eto fusion oncogene. The results indicated that the intracellular microRNA pool was heterogeneous in linear size relative to the 3′ end, which is necessary to consider in designing and using artificial microRNAs specific for mRNAs(More)
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