Noncoding RNAs Regulating Differentiation and Cancer
I will present novel long noncoding RNAs that we have identified because of their roles in skeletal muscle differentiation (H19 and MUNC) and in the progression of cancers (DRAIC). I will end with a discussion on a novel family of short RNAs, tRFs, that regulate gene expression.
Recommended CitationDutta, MD, PhD, Anindya, "Noncoding RNAs Regulating Differentiation and Cancer" (2017). RNA Matters Lecture Series. Presentation 17.