MiR-16 and miR-103 impact 5-HT4 receptor signalling and correlate with symptom profile in irritable bowel syndrome

Carolin Wohlfarth, Stefanie Schmitteckert, Janina D. Härtle, Lesley A. Houghton, Harsh Dweep, Marina Fortea, Ghazaleh Assadi, Alexander Braun, Tanja Mederer, Sarina Pöhner, Philip P. Becker, Christine Fischer, Martin Granzow, Hubert Mönnikes, Emeran A. Mayer, Gregory Sayuk, Guy Boeckxstaens, Mira M. Wouters, Magnus Simrén, Greger LindbergBodil Ohlsson, Peter Thelin Schmidt, Aldona Dlugosz, Lars Agreus, Anna Andreasson, Mauro D'Amato, Barbara Burwinkel, Justo Lorenzo Bermejo, Ralph Röth, Felix Lasitschka, Maria Vicario, Marco Metzger, Javier Santos, Gudrun A. Rappold, Cristina Martinez, Beate Niesler

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