Functional Interplay between Small Non-Coding RNAs and RNA Modification in the Brain

@inproceedings{Leighton2018FunctionalIB,
  title={Functional Interplay between Small Non-Coding RNAs and RNA Modification in the Brain},
  author={Laura J Leighton and Timothy W Bredy},
  booktitle={Non-coding RNA},
  year={2018}
}
Small non-coding RNAs are essential for transcription, translation and gene regulation in all cell types, but are particularly important in neurons, with known roles in neurodevelopment, neuroplasticity and neurological disease. Many small non-coding RNAs are directly involved in the post-transcriptional modification of other RNA species, while others are themselves substrates for modification, or are functionally modulated by modification of their target RNAs. In this review, we explore the… CONTINUE READING
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