Nucleic circ2082 disrupts the microRNA assembly line in glioblastoma cancer cells, making it a potential upstream target for cancer treatment — ScienceDaily

Like Peter Pan, some cells never grow up. In cancer, undifferentiated stem cells may help tumors such as glioblastoma become more aggressive than other forms of the disease. Certain groups of genes are supposed to help cells along the path to maturity, leaving their youthful “stemness” behind. This requires sweeping changes in the microRNAome — […]