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China’s landscape of discovering miRNAs in cancer
Hengwa Kuok; Xiangjun Kong; Yuanjia Hu; Yitao Wang
2017
Source PublicationInnovation Value Chain of Chinese Pharmaceuticals
Author of SourceYitao Wang, Yuanjia Hu, Albert Wai-Kit Chan
Publication PlaceWhitestone, New York
PublisherUnited States-China Intellectual Property Institute Inc.
Pages73-90
Abstract

The microRNA (miRNA) is a kind of short non-coding RNA that binds to genes and down-regulate gene expression. miRNAs have been proven to function in multiple biological processes and play critical roles in pathogenic mechanisms, especially in cancer development. As one of the hottest research fields in biomedicine, miRNA has also been thoroughly studied in China. This chapter aims to construct institutional collaboration network of cancer-related miRNA research in China. The network is based on co-publication frequency in the Web of Science, and analysis of China’s research landscape, which further provides information for investors and researchers in building research partnership. This chapter, acting as the navigation map of cancer-related miRNAs research in China, helps to figure out the leading and core research institutes, understand behavior of members and their associations, and even position every member in the system. Moreover, this work offers insight to policy-making for promotion of the biotechnological research and development in China.

Language英语
ISBN978-0-9862198-4-9
Fulltext Access
Document TypeBook chapter
CollectionInstitute of Chinese Medical Sciences
AffiliationState Key Laboratory of Quality Research in Chinese Medicine, Institute of Chinese Medical Sciences, University of Macau, Macau SAR, China
First Author AffilicationInstitute of Chinese Medical Sciences
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Hengwa Kuok,Xiangjun Kong,Yuanjia Hu,et al. China’s landscape of discovering miRNAs in cancer. Whitestone, New York:United States-China Intellectual Property Institute Inc.,2017:73-90.
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