Non-coding RNA Called Evf2 Is Important For Gene Regulation

Can mental disorders result from altered non-coding RNA-dependent gene regulation during embryonic development? Researchers have found for the first time that a non-coding RNA called Evf2 is important for gene regulation and the development of interneurons that produce GABA, the major inhibitory neurotransmitter in the brain.

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Non-coding RNA Called Evf2 Is Important For Gene Regulation

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