What is the role of miR-181 family in the heart?
Dr Das was invited to Targeting Mitochondria 2016 to talk about the precise experimental basis of the novel concept that mitochondrial microRNA (MitomiR) can regulate mitochondrial reactive oxygen species (ROS) production in the heart, and thereby influence myocardial disease development and progression.
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Marvin Edeas / Volkmar Weissig / Chairmen of WMS