Elucidating variable immune responses regulation through non-coding RNA-target interactomes

Olanrewaju Morenikeji
Non-coding RiboNucleic Acids (ncRNAs) are small molecules involved in modulation of gene expression. There is very scant information on how they are involved with our body’s response to infectious diseases. A better understanding of how our immune system is regulated through these ncRNAs in the presence of germs would significantly benefit disease surveillance and design of new drugs for diseases like COVID-19. There is major variation in host-pathogen relationships leading to balanced or unbalanced immune...
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