Wolfson Institute for Biomedical Research at the
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Thursday 2nd May 2013
Making different cortical interneurons
My talk will be about SCN9A /Nav1.7, which has a corresponding antisense transcript encoded on the opposite strand that tail to tail overlaps with the sense transcript .It might plays a role in regulation of SCN9A expression. Different studies have reported independently that natural antisense transcripts have an impact on its corresponding sense gene. By investigating the possible mechanism of SCN9A antisense transcripts on Nav1.7, I aim to gain deeper insights into pain pathways.