Regulatory role of microRNAs in ovarian function

MicroRNAs have a fundamental role in the regulation of gene expression in the ovary. Research on the role in physiological and dysfunctional ovulation may offer new diagnostic and therapeutic strategies.

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Tal Imbar, M.D., Iris Eisenberg, Ph.D.

Volume 101, Issue 6, Pages 1524–1530

Abstract

MicroRNAs have a fundamental role in the regulation of gene expression in the ovary. Research on the role in physiological and dysfunctional ovulation may offer new diagnostic and therapeutic strategies.

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