A team of the Emory University and the Chinese Academy of Sciences have explored the role of micro-RNA in the development of autism spectrum disorders. And imagine treatment, effectively on the legs.
Genetic cases of autism are becoming more well-known. One study means that a microRNA deficiency of the MIR-137 name occurs in the development of the disease. What is micro-RNA? A small molecule is close to the DNA, but its function is not to codify the cells that make the cell. Micro-RNAs (also known as miRNAs) operate to regulate biological processes such as cell development, discrimination, growth and metabolism. By degrading the messenger RNA (which has a "coding" function for proteins) or by preventing synthesis of proteins, they prevent the expression of different genes.
According to a number of studies published in recent years (especially an article by Ebrahim Mahmoudi and Murray Cairns, published in Aberystwyth Molecular Nature Psychiatry in 2017), MIR-137 plays a vital role in the operation of the brain. In fact, it regulates hundreds of genes. When fails, the activity of these genes is impaired, causing cellular defects that can lead to neuropsychiatric disorders, including autism. But the phenomenon of this phenomenon is not known. The failure to complete a study published by a team of researchers Emory University and the Chinese Academy of Sciences Nature of Neuroscience …