Mechanisms of non-coding RNAs

Samstag, 6. April | 10:00 - 11:30 Uhr | Posterbereich 27

Vorsitz/Chair: Olaf Bergmann (Göttingen), Till Keller (Bad Nauheim)


A species conserved circular RNA influences cardiac regeneration through cardiomyocyte proliferation, regulation of oxidative stress, and TGFβ induced wound healing
S. Cushman (Hannover)
Cardiac extrachromosomal circular DNA are formed in dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM).
A. Gabdulkhakova (Heidelberg)
Synthetically designed circular RNAs inhibit miR-21-5p and miR-146a-5p to improve senescent vascular cell functions
S. Böttcher (Halle (Saale))
Calcific aortic valve disease-associated long noncoding RNA H19 promotes the osteogenic transition of valvular interstitial cells via the JAG1/NOTCH1 axis
K. Maus (Bonn)
Investigating the role of the long non-coding RNA Foxo6os in cardiovascular disease
L. Oehlsen (Hannover)
MicroRNA-31-5p is upregulated during neointima formation and influences human coronary artery smooth muscle cell (HCASMC) functions by regulating PIAS3 and DKK1
S. Gürlach (Halle (Saale))
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