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  • Stanczyk J, Pedrioli DM, Brentano F, Sanchez-Pernaute O, Kolling C, et al. (2008) Altered expression of microrna in synovial fibroblasts and synovial tissue in rheumatoid arthritis.

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  • DIANA-mirExTra (www. microrna.gr/mirextra) that allows the comparison of frequencies of miRNA associated motifs between sets of genes that can lead to the identification of miRNAs responsible for the deregulation of large numbers of genes.

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  • Here, we introduce a user-friendly web-server, DIANA-mirExTra (www. microrna.gr/mirextra) that allows the comparison of frequencies of miRNA associated motifs between sets of genes that can lead to the identification of miRNAs responsible for the deregulation of large numbers of genes.

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  • The term microRNA, often shorted to miRNA, was coined in 2001 to describe these tiny regulatory RNAs, and soon dozens of teams – and companies – worldwide were studying them. MicroRNAs have turned out to be the biological equivalent of dark matter, says Ruvkun.
    New Scientist, 28 June 2008

    July 16, 2008