Silencing of LINE-1 retrotransposons contributes to variation in small noncoding RNA expression in human cancer cells
Noncoding RNAs are key players in the maintenance of genomic integrity, particularly in silencing the expression of repetitive elements, some of which are retrotransposable and capable of causing genomic instability. Recent computational studies suggest an association between L1 expression and the generation of small RNAs. However, whether L1 expression has a role in the activation of small RNA expression has yet to be determined experimentally. Here we report a global analysis of small RNAs in...[Show more]
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