Variety of RNAs in Peripheral Blood Cells, Plasma, and Plasma Fractions

January 30, 2017

Human peripheral blood contains RNA in cells and in extracellular membrane vesicles, microvesicles and exosomes, as well as in cell-free ribonucleoproteins. Circulating mRNAs and noncoding RNAs, being internalized, possess the ability to modulate vital processes in recipient cells. In this study, with SOLiD sequencing technology, we performed identification, classification, and quantification of RNAs from blood fractions: cells, plasma, plasma vesicles pelleted at 16,000

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Savelyeva A, Kuligina E, Bariakin D, Kozlov V, Ryabchikova E, Richter V, Semenov D:
Variety of RNAs in Peripheral Blood Cells, Plasma, and Plasma Fractions

BioMed Research International (2017), doi.org/10.1155/2017/7404912

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