Tag Archives: Kcna2 antisense RNA

Featured long non-coding RNA – Kcna2 antisense RNA

lncRNA

Neuropathic pain is a refractory disease characterized by maladaptive changes in gene transcription and translation in the sensory pathway. Long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs) are emerging as new players in gene regulation, but how lncRNAs operate in the development of neuropathic pain is unclear. Here, researchers from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine identify a conserved lncRNA, named Kcna2 antisense ...

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A long noncoding RNA contributes to neuropathic pain by silencing Kcna2 in primary afferent neurons

lncRNA

Neuropathic pain is a refractory disease characterized by maladaptive changes in gene transcription and translation in the sensory pathway. Long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs) are emerging as new players in gene regulation, but how lncRNAs operate in the development of neuropathic pain is unclear. Here, researchers at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine have identified a conserved lncRNA, named Kcna2 antisense ...

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