Relevant Published Work

Includes previous work


Long non-coding RNA RAMS11 promotes metastatic colorectal cancer progression.

Silva-Fisher, J.M., Dang, H.X., White, N.M. et al. Nat Commun 11, 2156 (2020).


Pan-cancer transcriptome analysis reveals long noncoding RNAs with conserved function.

Cabanski CR, White NM, Dang HX, Silva-Fisher JM, Rauck CE, Cicka D, Maher CA: RNA Biol 2015, 12(6):628-
642.4615893. Pubmed Central PMID: 5864709


Transcriptome sequencingreveals altered long intergenic non-coding RNAs in lung cancer.

White NM, Cabanski CR, Silva-Fisher JM, Dang HX, Govindan R, Maher CA: Genome Biol 2014, 15(8):429.4156652.
Pubmed Central PMID: 25116943


Long non-coding RNAs and Cancer

Silva Jessica M and Smith David I. (2011) Long non-coding RNAs and Cancer in Kevin V. Morris (Eds), Long
Non-coding RNAs: Regulation of Gene Expression and Drivers of Natural Selection, (Chapter 9) The
Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California, Caister Academic Press


LSINCT5 is over expressed in breast and ovarian cancer and affects cellular proliferation.

Silva JM, Boczek NJ, Berres MW, Ma X, Smith DI: RNA Biol 2011, 8(3):496-505. Pubmed Central PMID: 21532345


Identification of long stress-induced noncoding transcripts that have altered expression in cancer.

Silva JM, Perez DS, Pritchett JR, Halling ML, Tang H, Smith DI: Genomics 2010, 95(6):355-362. Pubmed
Central PMID: 20214974

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