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AbstractMicroRNAs (miRNAs) are small non-coding RNA molecules that play critical roles in human disease. Several miRnome profiling studies have identified miRNAs deregulated in cancer and infectious diseases and miRNAs are also involved in regulation of the host response to infection. Thereby, the usage of miRNAs as biomarkers and potential treatments for both human and infectious diseases is under development. This review will provide insights into the contribution of miRNAs to pathogenesis and disease development and will present a general outline of the potential use of miRNAs as therapeutic tools.
CitationHaidar, M., & Langlsey, G. (2020). Clinical Potential of miRNAs in Human and Infectious Diseases. Molecular and Cellular Therapies. doi:10.13052/mct2052-8426.811
JournalMolecular and Cellular Therapies
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