mRNA


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Related to mRNA: tRNA, rRNA
AcronymDefinition
mRNAMessenger Ribonucleic Acid
mRNAMad River Neighborhood Association (Vermont)
mRNAMean Renal Nerve Activity
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mRNA-1893 contains an mRNA sequence encoding for the structural proteins of Zika virus and is designed to cause cells to secrete virus-like particles, mimicking the response of the cell after natural infection.
In order to serve the extensive network of synapses on a typically elongated process termed dendrite, the mRNAs must be transported from the nucleus in the cell body to the terminal branches at the end of the process.
In the original pipeline, mRNA only annotation, there were 37, 23, 40, and 31 genes significant for muscle, adipose tissue, pituitary gland, and liver, respectively.
The study was funded in part by TranslateBio, a company that develops mRNA therapeutics.
In an advance that could lead to new treatments for lung disease, MIT researchers have now designed an inhalable form of mRNA. This aerosol could be administered directly to the lungs to help treat diseases such as cystic fibrosis, the researchers say.
Specifically, the 3' UTR is known to play a major role in mRNA stabilization where the stability determinants are not subjected to disruption by an actively translating ribosome (14).
The Moderna KRAS mRNA program utilizes tumor sequencing to identify suitable patients with specific mutations in KRAS in order to personalize their therapy and complements the other personalized mRNA cancer vaccines in the collaboration.
Subsequent biochemical studies showed that TTP decreases TNF mRNA stability by binding to its ARE, (32),(35) which is further confirmed by structural analysis.
Compared with previous HPV DNA-positive results, there was a 69.3 percent difference in HPV mRNA results.
The mRNA drugs offer a promising new approach to deliver therapeutic replacement proteins, and novel strategies designed to engineer more stable and active proteins are further enhancing the potential of mRNA therapies.
Using hypergeometric distribution, we assumed that the coordinated function among miRNAs within a cluster is valid when these miRNAs are regulated or annotated by common factors such as same target mRNA, Gene Ontology, or pathway.
AATD is a monogenic disorder which makes it an ideal target for mRNA therapy.