Long Non-coding RNA H19 Involvement in Cancer

Abstract

The rapidly progressing area of long non-coding RNA (LncRNA) is a constantly expanding and widespread field in both biology and medicine. The fact that most of the human transcriptomes have relatively no coding capacity. The gene encodes a predominantly cytoplasmic spliced, ~2.3kb long capped, and polyadenylated RNA that produces an unknown protein product… (More)

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@inproceedings{Xie2016LongNR, title={Long Non-coding RNA H19 Involvement in Cancer}, author={Lisha Xie and Weiguo Huang}, year={2016} }