Micro-RNAs and other functional noncoding small RNAs are important regulators of gene expression. Small RNAs are highly abundant and have been found to have distinct roles in the interweaving processes of cancer, inflammation and cellular senescence.
The leaps in the understanding of expression, function, and analysis of small RNA molecules have brought new possibilities for controlling, and diagnosing oncogenesis and chronic inflammation.
The Workshop will bring together some of the most active researchers within the field of human disease and small RNAs and enable interactions between scientists and students in an informal setting through invited lectures, short lectures chosen from abstracts, and poster presentations.
|Dates:||from 03 September 2012 12:00 to 04 September 2012 17:00|