Luke Gruenert

Luke Gruenert

May 01, 2015

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    About This Project

    Non-coding RNAs regulate levels of gene expression in cells, meaning that we now have a unique tool that allow us to regulate gene expression. Our plan is to use non-coding RNAs to help in our effort to treat cancer.

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