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phone 04-19-2007 01:58 PM

what are the differences between siRNA and miRNA?
 
what are the differences between siRNA and miRNA?

Firoz Ahmed 05-25-2007 05:45 PM

Re: what are the differences between siRNA and miRNA?
 
Hi
miRNA and siRNA are classified on the basis of their origin.
(1)miRNA generated from an endogenous hairpin transcript and regulate the expression of another gene (trans regulator). it prevent the expression of protein
(2) siRNA generated from exogenous dsRNA molecules (outside of a cell),virus or expression of overlapping gene to form a dsRNA. siRNA regulate the expression of sequence from which itself originate. It work by degrading the complementary DNA sequence.

MARGARITA MARTINEZ 05-30-2007 12:23 AM

Re: what are the differences between siRNA and miRNA?
 
THANK YOU FIROZ AHMED FOR YOU EXPLAIN.

I HAVE QUESTION FOR YOU .

FOR EXAMPLE: siRNA
IF VIRUS INSIDE IN CELL. THE RNA (virus)
REGULATE LA EXPRESION OF SEQUENCE IN CELL FOR MORE
RNA OF VIRUS. AND DNA OF CELL WORK BY DEGRADING?


THANK YOU FOR YOU ATTENTION

BYE FOR NOW

MARGARITA

malosabio 02-08-2011 01:50 PM

Re: what are the differences between siRNA and miRNA?
 
can you then say that you will "construct" miRNA into a AAV virus?
or those are shRNA, by definition
thanks!
Ana


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