Special Issue "Translational Control"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (16 November 2018) | Viewed by 53742
Interests: translation control; RNA; IRES; hypoxia; angiogenesis; cardiovascular disease; cancer; gene therapy
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The field of translational control has really taken off due to pivotal discoveries in the last decade. In a context where translation did not seem to be a major issue in the control of gene expression, the emergence of miRNAs brought translational control to the forefront of gene regulation. In the recent years, many outstanding reports have highlighted the field and extended the knowledge in several areas impacting translational control such as non-coding RNAs, RNA modification, RNA binding proteins, ribosome structure, development, stress response and diseases. These findings have occurred in conjunction with, or due to significant technological advances in the field of transcriptomics, proteomics and structural biology, coupled to bioinformatics. In particular, technologies derived from RNA-Seq (RIBO-Seq, RIP-Seq or CLIP-Seq, etc.), as well as proteomics progress, including nano mass spectrometry methods have allowed large scale approaches in the field of translation.
This Special Issue on translational control will welcome research articles as well as reviews in the emerging areas of translational control, in order to provide an update to this growing field.
Dr. Anne-Catherine Prats
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- RNA-binding proteins
- RNA structure
- RNA modifications
- mRNA turnover
- Translation in development and CNS
- Translation during stress
- Translational control in pathologies