Answer to Question #60198 in Genetics for Sanjukta Ghosh
How is RNA silencing different from RNA interference?
RNA silencing refers to the general phenomenon of regulation of gene expression by non-coding RNAs: either microRNA or synthetic antisense RNA. RNA interference is one of the mechanisms, by which RNA silencing is performed. It is the most common mechanism of silencing in eukaryotes.
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