microRNAs: Circulation in MedicinesAuthor(s): Ke Xiong*
Circulating microRNAs (c-microRNAs, c-miRNAs) are promising sensitive biomarkers for a variety of illnesses (oncological and cardiovascular diseases, neurological disorders, and so on), and their profiles precisely represent the status of the body. Studies of microRNA markers' expression demonstrate that they can assist detect a wide range of disorders before clinical symptoms appear, as well as analyse a patient's response to therapy in order to rectify and tailor therapies. The newest advancements in the use of miRNAs for detecting and treating different illnesses, both viral and non-viral, are discussed in this review. Exogenous microRNAs can be employed as high-precision therapeutic agents for these goals, according to the findings.