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Target recognition and repression by primary microRNAs

Stanford researchers have developed a method for modulating the activity and specificity of miRNA genes by altering the structural and sequence elements of pri-miRNAs. This invention shows that pri-miRNA-like long noncoding RNAs can function as a novel c...
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Quantitative Test for Bacterial Pathogens

Stanford researchers have developed a rapid molecular diagnostic technology for analyzing bacterial pathogens in a clinical sample. This method discriminates an infection from background by quantitative nucleic acid amplification (real-time PCR). This i...
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