microRNAs in Development

Other | November 15, 2012

byEran Hornstein, Eran Hornstein

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This new volume in theCurrent topics in Developmental Biologyseries concentrates on MicroRNAs in Development. It includes chapters on such topics as miRNA networks in neuronal development, let-7 in development, and Hox networks and miRNA. With an international team of authors, this volume is a must-have addition for researchers and students alike.



  • Concentrates on microRNAs in development
  • Includes chapters on such topics as miRNA networks in neuronal development, let-7 in development, and Hox networks and miRNA
  • With an international team of authors, this volume is a must-have addition for researchers and students alike

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This new volume in theCurrent topics in Developmental Biologyseries concentrates on MicroRNAs in Development. It includes chapters on such topics as miRNA networks in neuronal development, let-7 in development, and Hox networks and miRNA. With an international team of authors, this volume is a must-have addition for researchers and stu...

Format:OtherDimensions:320 pages, 1 × 1 × 1 inPublished:November 15, 2012Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0123870399

ISBN - 13:9780123870391

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Table of Contents

  1. Let's Make It Happen: The Role of let-7 MicroRNA in Development
  2. Evolution, expression and developmental function of Hox-embedded miRNAs
  3. The role of microRNAs in muscle development
  4. Small RNAs in germ cell development
  5. Diverse functions of microRNAs in nervous system development
  6. MicroRNAs and Hematopoietic Cell Development
  7. A miR image of stem cells and their lineages
  8. Exploiting Drosophila genetics to understand microRNA function and regulation
  9. Biological Robustness and the Role of MicroRNAs: A Network Perspective