MicroRNAs in development : methods and protocols / edited by Tamas Dalmay.

New York : Humana Press, c2011.
x, 227 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm.


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  • In situ detection of microRNAs in animals / Dylan Sweetman
  • Detection of microRNAs in plants by in situ hybridisation / Eva Varallyay and Zoltan Havelda
  • Detecting sRNAs by northern blotting / Sara Lopez-Gomollon
  • Profiling microRNAs by real-time PCR / Nanna Jacobsen, Ditte Andreasen, and Peter Mouritzen
  • Detection of small RNAs and microRNAs using deep sequencing technology / Ericka R. Havecker
  • Detection of microRNAs in prostate cancer cells by mircoRNA array / Xiaoqing Tang ... [et al.]
  • MicroRNA knock down by cholesterol-conjugated antisence oligos in mouse organ culture / Sharon Kredo-Russo and Eran Hornstein
  • Protocols for use of homologous recombination gene targeting to produce microRNA mutants in drosophila / Ya-Wen Chen, Ruifen Weng, and Stephen M. Cohen
  • Engineering elements for gene silencing : the artificial microRNAs technology / Pablo Andres Manavella and Ignacio Rubio-Somoza
  • Mimicry technology : suppressing small RNA activity in plants / Ignacio Rubio-Somoza and Pablo Andres Manavella
  • Experimental validation of microRNA targets using a luciferase reporter system / Francisco E. Nicolas
  • Experimental identification of microRNA targets by immunoprecipitation of argonaute protein complexes / Michaela Beitzinger and Gunter Meister
  • Comprehensive identification of miRNA target sites in live animals / Dimitrios G. Zisoulis, Gene W. Yeo, and Amy E. Pasquinelli
  • Target validation of plant microRNAs / Cesar Llave ... [et al.]
  • High-throughput sequencing-based methodology to identify all uncapped and cleaved RNA molecules in eukaryotic genomes / Matthew W. Endres, Rebecca T. Cook, and Brian D. Gregory.
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