Tag Archives: noncoding RNA

Charme, the missing link in myogenesis

The central dogma of molecular biology stated that genes encode for proteins and that DNA, which makes up our genomes, mainly produces RNAs which are translated into proteins. However, the completion of the human genome sequence together

Cellular level and lifetime of a small RNA increase in response to heat shock

Heat shock induces a variety of biochemical changes in cells. In particular, the transcription of most genes and the translation of many mRNAs are stopped. On the other hand, the expression of genes coding for heat shock