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Induction of NANOG expression by targeting promoter sequence with small activating RNA antagonizes retinoic acid-induced differentiation

  • Author(s): Li, Long-Cheng
  • Wang, X
  • Wang, J
  • Huang, V
  • Place, RF
  • Li, LC
  • et al.

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http://europepmc.org/articles/PMC3327998?pdf=render
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Abstract

RNAa (RNA activation) is a mechanism by which small dsRNA (double-stranded RNA), termed saRNA (small activating RNA), target promoter sequences to induce gene expression. This technique represents a novel approach to gene overexpression without the use of

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