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5:47 PM | February 01, 2013
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Although RNA has traditionally been thought to act primarily as an intermediate between DNA and protein in the central dogma of molecular biology, these important molecules have received more attention in the last few years for their ability to carry out a wide variety of biological processes, including epigenetic regulation of gene expression.  Recent studies ...

Lee JT (2012). Epigenetic regulation by long noncoding RNAs., Science (New York, N.Y.), 338 (6113) 1435-9. PMID:

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