Regulation of microRNA biogenesis and its crosstalk with other cellular pathways

Reviews

Regulation of microRNA biogenesis and its crosstalk with other cellular pathways

Regulation of microRNA biogenesis and its crosstalk with other cellular pathways, Published online: 18 September 2018; doi:10.1038/s41580-018-0059-1

The cleavage of microRNA (miRNA) precursors by Drosha and Dicer and their loading with Argonaute proteins into RNA-induced silencing complexes are key steps in miRNA biogenesis. Recent studies have clarified the mechanisms of action of these molecular machines and discovered non-canonical miRNA biogenesis pathways.

Articles You May Like

Sorry, Astronomers Haven’t Found The Brightest Quasar In The Entire Universe
The ‘world’s loneliest frog’ Romeo finally has his Juliet after years spent alone
Blood Biochemistry Analysis to Detect Smoking Status and Quantify Accelerated Aging in Smokers
MS-Helios: a Circos wrapper to visualize multi-omic datasets
Engineered bacteria could mop up toxic ammonia in the human gut

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *