microRNA called miR-142 involved in the process by which the immature cells in the bone marrow give rise to all the types of blood cells, including immune cells and the oxygen-bearing red blood cells

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microRNA called miR-142 involved in the process by which the immature cells in the bone marrow give rise to all the types of blood cells, including immune cells and the oxygen-bearing red blood cells

Reporter: Aviva Lev-Ari, PhD, RN

SOURCE

http://wis-wander.weizmann.ac.il/master-key#.U9Fdzxy7Rwi

Master Key

22-07-2014

Hornstein group
Dr. Elik Chapnik, Natali Rivkin and Dr. Eran Hornstein
It takes only a tiny key to open a door wide or set large machinery in motion. Dr. Eran Hornstein of the Weizmann Institute’s Molecular Genetics Department and his team recently discovered such a key – one that unlocks the cellular machinery for producing mature blood cells. That key is a minuscule, hairpin-shaped RNA belonging to a class of RNA strands so small they had long been ignored. Even now, these so-called microRNAs are too often thought to be secondary to the cell’s major processes. The new findings suggest that microRNAs can also be master keys, putting…

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5 thoughts on “microRNA called miR-142 involved in the process by which the immature cells in the bone marrow give rise to all the types of blood cells, including immune cells and the oxygen-bearing red blood cells

  1. Admittedly (again) outside the parameters of my expertise (if I can claim any such area LOL), still an intriguing, informative, educational article; very well-worth the time reading … even if the reader cannot completely understand all of the intricacies involved. Thank you for sharing!

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