Coeliac disease is a chronic, immunological disease that is manifested as intolerance to gluten proteins present in wheat, rye and barley. This intolerance leads to an inflammatory reaction in the … Continue Reading Gene crucial to the development of celiac disease found in ‘junk’ DNA.
Growing insights about a significant part of the genome, the dark matter of DNA, have fundamentally changed the way scientists approach the study of diseases. The human genome contains about … Continue Reading Study provides first ever comprehensive profile of lncRNAs in human cancers.
Methylation is a process where a methyl group is added into critical points along human DNA. In cancer, many regions of the DNA are not methylated, leading to untimely gene … Continue Reading Researchers identify an epigenetic mechanism for colon cancer proliferation.
Long non-coding RNAs (lncRNA) are unusual in that they don’t encode proteins like normal RNA. Yet they do play a role in regulating cellular functions and interest cancer researchers. Now, … Continue Reading Researchers identify long non-coding RNA which modulates colorectal cancer metabolism.
A research team at UC San Francisco has discovered an RNA molecule called Pnky that can be manipulated to increase the production of neurons from neural stem cells. The opensource … Continue Reading Researchers identify noncoding RNA crucial for stem cell suppression in the brain.