MicroRNA in Regenerative Medicine
MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are the noncoding small RNAs which negatively regulate the expression of downstream target mRNAs. These are considered as unique class of Molecular targets and therapeutics that may play a vital role in Tissue engineering. MiRNAs also act as controlling principal of pathological and normal Tissue development. They influence processes such as Tissue Damage, Tissue Repair, and Tissue Regeneration. MicroRNAs are tools for Tissue engineering and Regenerative medicine. It is proved that it is improving Cardiogenesis, reducing Fibrosis and many of Tissue engineering Applications.