All’s well that transcribes well: Non-coding RNAs and post-stroke brain damage

@article{Vemuganti2013AllsWT,
  title={All’s well that transcribes well: Non-coding RNAs and post-stroke brain damage},
  author={Raghu Vemuganti},
  journal={Neurochemistry International},
  year={2013},
  volume={63},
  pages={438-449}
}
The mammalian genome is replete with various classes of non-coding (nc) RNA genes. Many of them actively transcribe, and their relevance to CNS diseases is just beginning to be understood. CNS is one of the organs in the body that shows very high ncRNAs activity. Recent studies demonstrated that cerebral ischemia rapidly changes the expression profiles of different classes of ncRNAs: including microRNA, long noncoding RNA and piwi-interacting RNA. Several studies further showed that post… CONTINUE READING
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