Long noncoding RNAs and memory

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PRBB-CRG Session by Timothy Bredy

Queensland Brain Institute. Brisbane, AU



Long noncoding RNAs have emerged as key regulators of gene expression. To date, due to their low level and often state dependent manner of expression. most effort toward understanding the functional relevance of this class of RNA has been focused on cancer or ES cell differentiation. Here, I will present recent our work using new approaches to detect lncRNA in the brain and discuss the functional role of experience-dependent lncRNA activity in learning and memory.


Host: Mara Dierssen; Cèsar-Lluís Sierra Noguera


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