RNA Biology Research Group
The long-term aim of the RNA Biology Research group is to explore the roles of miRNAs and other non-coding RNAs in connection with immune system-related diseases. Using methods from molecular biology, immunology and systems biology, we attempt to understand the molecular mechanisms of specific non-coding RNAs in immune cells, affected tissue cells and in vivo diseases. The current primary research focus of our group is to define the functions of specific microRNAs in allergic tissue responses in the skin.
RNA Biology Research Group, May 2016