Silence, a new open access journal covering all aspects of genetic and epigenetic control mediated by RNA, has launched with Phil Zamore and David Baulcombe as Editors-in-Chief. Silence is supported by an outstanding international Editorial Board.
The first articles published in Silence today cover a range of RNA regulatory areas. Mueller et al describe the Solution structure of the Drosha double-stranded RNA-binding domain, while Dr Parker reviews the role of argonaute as a key component in RNA slicing, particularly in light of recent work by Patel et al.
Silence aims to become the
journal for the RNA silencing and non-coding RNA community, bringing
together researchers working on all model organisms, and from both
academia and industry.
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