MicroRNA: The Diamond in the Rough?

MicroRNA’s are very small endogenous, non-coding, oligonucleotides. They are implicated in regulating a broad range of biological processes. These are molecules which are involved in important regulation of biological processes, and the potential of using these molecules as targets for treatment is becoming ever more apparent. With increased interest from big pharma, it is now important to identify a handful of smallcap companies specializing in this field.

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Mirna Therapeutics Uses Synthetic miRNA to Fight Disease

Researchers discovered that miRNA plays an important role in a process known as transcription. .Since its miRNA is a mimic, it has the same sequence as the natural miRNA found in cells.

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