Circular RNAs in Cancer: emerging functions in hallmarks, stemness, resistance and roles as potential biomarkers

Volume: 18, Issue: 1
Published: Apr 18, 2019
Abstract
Circular RNAs (circRNAs) are a class of RNA molecules with closed loops and high stability. CircRNAs are abundantly expressed in eukaryotic organisms and exhibit both location- and step-specificity. In recent years, circRNAs are attracting considerable research attention attributed to their possible contributions to gene regulation through a variety of actions, including sponging microRNAs, interacting with RNA-binding proteins, regulating...
Paper Details
Title
Circular RNAs in Cancer: emerging functions in hallmarks, stemness, resistance and roles as potential biomarkers
Published Date
Apr 18, 2019
Volume
18
Issue
1
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