Release:№8 2019. 03.00.00 БИОЛОГИЧЕСКИЕ НАУКИ
About the authors:Razvalyaeva Natalia Vladimirovna, Specialist student, University of Tyumen, firstname.lastname@example.org
Candidate of Pedagogic Sciences, University of Tyumen, Institute of Mathematics and Computer Sciences, Foreign Languages and Intercultural Professional Communication Department, Associate Professor, email@example.com
This article focuses on non-coding RNA which has an impact on the development of serious diseases such as pancreatic cancer and Alzheimer’s Disease. The article provides information about DNA and RNA in general, about different types of RNA, including the three most well-known and most commonly studied RNA, as well as detailed information about 5 types of non-coding RNA, the functioning of which affects the development and course of diseases. The main purpose of the article is to highlight the importance of non-coding RNA for human health and to outline the prospects for research on non-coding RNA in general.
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