Small RNA: Long-lived microRNA complexes

Muers, Mary
February 2013
Nature Reviews Genetics;Feb2013, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p78
Academic Journal
The article discusses a research entitled "Long-lived microRNA-Argonaute complexes in quiescent cells can be activated to regulate mitogenic responses," by S. H. Olejniczak, which suggested that miRNA complexes could allow cells to retain long-term information for post-transcriptional regulation.


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