Long Noncoding RNAs May Have Role in PH Onset, Rat Study Finds

Long Noncoding RNAs May Have Role in PH Onset, Rat Study Finds

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Long Noncoding RNAs May Have Role in PH Onset, Rat Study Finds

Seven long noncoding RNA molecules were found to be associated with the development of pulmonary hypertension (PH) in an early study in rats, scientists reported. The researchers noted that some of these RNAs are known to regulate immune and inflammatory response pathways, which may participate in PH. “Our study contributes to a better understanding of the [development of PH] and the role of [noncoding RNAs] in disease progression,” they wrote. “Further research is needed to…

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