miR-EdiTar: a database of predicted A...

miR-EdiTar: a database of predicted A-to-I edited miRNA target sites

There are 3 comments on the Bioinformatics story from Nov 28, 2012, titled miR-EdiTar: a database of predicted A-to-I edited miRNA target sites. In it, Bioinformatics reports that:

Its dysregulation has been associated to several human diseases including cancer.

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#1 Nov 29, 2012
so cool
Spookstillhere f trolls

Toledo, OH

#2 Nov 29, 2012
Now if we could just eliminate the lazy gene

Reynoldsburg, OH

#3 Nov 29, 2012
zeeshan wrote:
so cool
Thank you!

I invented it.

Me and Al Gore.

So "Thanks!".

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