Webinar: Long non-coding RNAs in Development & Disease Progression

Long noncoding RNAs (LncRNAs) are eukaryotic RNA molecules greater than 200 nucleotides in length that have no protein-coding capacity. Recently, LncRNAs have emerged as important factors in gene regulation. The inappropriate expression of some LncRNAs has been demonstrated to cause diseases such as liver cancer and Alzheimer’s.

Ed Davis, Ph.D., Technical Support Specialist at Arraystar, Inc. discusses the biological and medical significance of LncRNAs, as well as about high-throughput LncRNA profiling methods for scientists studying development and the pathogenesis of disease.

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