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Short RNAs and shortness of breath

The simultaneous deletion of six RNA molecules in mice has been found to cause respiratory and fertility defects, owing to improper assembly of structures called cilia on the cell surface. See Article p.115

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Figure 1: Ciliogenesis.

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Sánchez, I., Dynlacht, B. Short RNAs and shortness of breath. Nature 510, 40–42 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1038/510040a

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