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The subcellular dynamics of RNA stabilizing molecule in response to inflammation

(Osaka University) A research group at Osaka University revealed the regulatory mechanism of subcellular localization of Arid5a in response to inflammation. It has been known that an inflammatory accelerator is localized in the nucleus, and an inflammatory brake is localized in the cytoplasm.
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