antisense RNA (asRNA)
The non-coding RNAs as riboregulators
RNA sequences that work as transcriptional activating regions
Composite RNA aptamers as functional mimics of proteins
Recurrent RNA motifs as probes for studying RNA-protein interactions in the ribosome
LncRNA OIP5-AS1/cyrano sponges RNA-binding protein HuR
MicroRNAs As Onco-miRs, Drivers of Cancer
Structural flexibility of RNA as molecular basis for Hfq chaperone function
mRNA pseudoknot structures can act as ribosomal roadblocks
Fluorescence of covalently attached pyrene as a general RNA folding probe
Molecular beacons as probes of RNA unfolding under native conditions
Fe·bleomycin as a Probe of RNA Conformation
Hairpin ribozyme-antisense RNA constructs can act as molecular lassos
490PSerum microRNAs as potential biomarkers for lung cancer
Non-coding RNAs as potent tools for crop improvement
Fluorescent Ligand as a molecular probe for the RNA structure
Non-coding RNAs as regulators of gene expression and epigenetics
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