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Team reveals miR-29 as regulator of processes for normal brain maturation – Drug Target Review

Researchers have shown that miR-29 can control brain maturation in mammals, presenting a target for autism, epilepsy and other conditions.

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Posted: 7 April 2021 | Victoria Rees (Drug Target Review) | No comments yet
Researchers have shown that miR-29 can control brain maturation in mammals, presenting a target for autism, epilepsy and other conditions.
A team has discovered that a molecule called microRNA-29 (miR-29) is a powerful controller of brain maturation in mammals. The researchers, led by scientists at the University of North Carolina (UNC) School of Medicine, US, say that deleting miR-29 in mice caused problems very similar…

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