Call for Papers

Invitation to contribute – LncRNAs: From disease biomarkers to targeted therapeutics

lncRNA

As per genomic and the transcriptomic view, our index of genetic elements is brimming with long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs). These have largely gained the attention of world scientific community and are currently in the spot light of the researchers. Since the research regarding these essential biomolecules is still in its infancy and the significant mysteries of lncRNA mechanisms still need ...

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Call for papers (Non-Coding RNA journal, MDPI)

lncRNA

ncRNA is a rapidly growing field in which new research methods are continuously appearing. With this Special Issue, we aim to collect a selection of articles on newly developed techniques of special interest for researchers in the ncRNA field. We will consider manuscripts that report on new experimental methods, as well as reviews of exceptional interest that focus on newly ...

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Request for contributions to a special edition on lncRNA

lncRNA

Research Topic – Roles of Long Non-Coding RNAs in Embryonic Development and Cellular Homeostasis Advances in genomics over the past two decades have established that more than two thirds of the eukaryotic genome is pervasively transcribed, while just >2% codes for protein. Intriguingly, the degree of organismal complexity appears proportional to the transcribed non-coding portion of the genome. The majority ...

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BioMed Research International – Call for Papers – Bioinformatics of Noncoding RNAs

The recent transcriptome-wide reannotation of human and other genomes has revealed a wealth of information on the transcriptional potential of the genome at single nucleotide resolution. Analyses have revealed that only a small proportion of these transcripts has the ability to encode for proteins. The majority of transcripts in human now encompass a class of nonprotein coding (noncoding RNAs). The ...

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