RNA

The introduction of the novel dsRNAs into living cells induces IFN-I production in cells’ nuclei (right, in light blue), while the introduction of scrambled control dsRNA does not (left). Credit: Wyss Institute at Harvard University
A new type of RNA can inhibit a broad range of viral infections
The introduction of the novel dsRNAs into living cells induces IFN-I production in cells’ nuclei
An inhalable form of messenger RNA could help patients with lung disease

Patients with lung disease could find relief by breathing in messenger RNA molecules. Messenger RNA,

RNA-modifying tool can correct genetic diseases

As scientists gain insights into which genes drive diseases, they are pursuing the next logical

RNA editing offers new possibilities for precision cancer medicine

If there is one thing all cancers have in common, it is they have nothing

Is it possible that RNA can be used to awaken, restore, alter or even even transfer memories?

Research in marine snails could lead to new treatments to restore memories and alter traumatic

A new way to protect plants from pests using vaccines instead of pesticides

Novel technologies are being sought to replace the traditional pesticides used to protect plants, particularly

Could a new RNA therapy, delivered through the nose, treat West Nile Virus?

A Yale-led research team developed a new RNA therapy, delivered through the nose, to treat

A new tool called CasRx targets RNA to correct a protein imbalance in cells from a dementia patient

Salk scientists create new molecular scissors to correct protein imbalance in cellular model of dementia

DNA scissors can also readily target RNA – a result with potentially far-reaching ramifications

The bacterial immune system “CRISPR-Cas9” is known to eliminate invading DNA. Würzburg scientists now discovered

Blocking pain where it starts

The RNA mimic that Dr. Zachary Campbell’s team designed showed the ability to reduce behavioral

A causal link between RNA splicing and aging

Synopsis: Uncovering a ‘smoking gun’ in age-related disease Aging is a key risk factor for

For First Time, Scientists Use CRISPR-Cas9 to Target RNA in Live Cells

Technique may open doors to new treatments for many conditions, from cancer to autism The