Regulation of Eosinophil Migration and Th2 Cell Function by IL-5 and Eotaxin
Antisense oligonucleotide (ASO) biotechnology has been widely used to inhibit the expression of proteins involved in human disease. ASOs are designed to bind messenger RNA transcripts via Watson-Crick base-pairing and inhibit synthesis of targeted proteins. These proteins include protein kinases, growth factors, glutamate receptors, anti-apoptotic proteins, and proteins involved in genetic disorders. Non-mRNA targets such as the RNA component of the telomerase enzyme are also being explored....[Show more]
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