Category: miRNA

Poster on microRNA-drug interactions presented at OTS 2012

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Poster on antimiR optimization at the OTS 2012 meeting

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The transcriptome ‐ from functional RNAs to RNA drugs

We now (finally) have the program for the symposium on the 24th of August in the Lundbeckfond Auditorium, Copenhagen Biocenter. The symposium is arranged together with Center for non-coding RNA in Technology and Health and sponsored by the The Danish

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Bioinformatics tasks for antimiR drug discovery and development

I was recently asked about what the core tasks and competences are for bioinformatics in the discovery of microRNA targeted drugs. Based on my 5 years with bioinformatics at Santaris Pharma, I will give my opinion on what constitutes a

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Summer school on RNA biology and drugs

< p>There is an exciting PhD course to take place from the 20th to the 24th of August in Copenhagen. The course will cover the following topics: parallel sequencing technologies, microRNA Biology and ‐targeting, protein‐RNA interactions, RNA structure Into in

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microRNA family sizes

It is now well established in the microRNA field that many microRNAs come in families with the same seed (typically defined as position 2-8 from the 5′ end of the mature microRNA). The seed is highly determining for the which

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