About this book series

RNA Technologies provides critical and comprehensive discussions of the most significant areas of RNA research, written by leading international authorities. Each volume in the series reviews both general topics, such as RNA interference, RNA biosynthesis and metabolism, microRNAs and diseases, transcriptome analysis and aptamers, as well as highly topical chapters on very recent findings in the field. Recurring themes of the series include the complexities associated with target recognition, RNA-protein interactions, analysis of genetic networks and the promise of small RNAs as cancer diagnostics and therapeutics in combating cancer.

RNA-based approaches have great potential to revolutionize molecular biology, cell biology, biomedical research and medicine. The nucleic acid-based molecules can be used to regulate the level of gene expression inside the target cells and their potential efficacy against several viruses, including SARS-CoV-2, and other chronic diseases represents a promising research area.

RNA Technologies publishes in both print and electronic format since 2010 and is intended for researchers from academia and industry, as well as graduates that look for a carefully selected collection of high quality review articles on their respective field of expertise.

The series is indexed in SCOPUS.

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  • Jan Barciszewski,
  • Nikolaus Rajewsky

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