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Delivering microRNAs in cancer treatment: an interview with Dr Conde and Dr Artzi

microRNAs (miRs) are small endogenous noncoding RNA molecules (20–23 nucleotides) derived from imperfectly paired hairpin RNA structures naturally encoded in the genome that act specifically as triggering molecules to control translational repression or mRNA degradation.

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Delivering microRNAs in cancer treatment: an interview with Dr Conde and Dr Artzi

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