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MicroRNA profiling of human gastric cancer
Molecular Medicine Reports
Micrornas are a group of small non-coding rnas that modulate gene expression. The de-regulation of microrna expression has been found in several types of cancer. To study the role of micrornas in gastric cancer (GC), we analyzed the expression profile of 847 microRNAs in gc from chinese patients. Total rna was used for hybridization on the mircury lna array (v. 11.0), which contains probes specific for 847 human microRNAs. The results from the mirna microarray analysis were validated bydoi:10.3892/mmr_00000199 pmid:21475928 fatcat:3nohun6dcvgv3evlemicxe6s54