Anna Git is the Director of Studies for Biological Science and SRA group leader at the Department of Biochemistry, as well as Visiting Scientist at CRUK Cambridge Institute. Prior her current appointment at Lucy, she was a Lu Gwei Djen Research Fellow.
Non coding RNAs in breast cancer; Early detection of paraneoplastic autoantibodies.
Goldgraben M.A., Roslin R., Rueda O.M., Caldas C. and Git A. (2016) Double-stranded microRNA mimics can induce length- and passenger strand-dependent effects in a cell type-specific manner. RNA 22(2):193-203
Dvinge H, Git A, et al (2013) The shaping and functional consequences of the microRNA landscape in breast cancer. Nature 497(7449): 378
Git A, Dvinge H, Salmon-Divon M, et al (2010), Systematic comparison of microarray profiling, real-time PCR, and next-generation sequencing technologies for measuring differential microRNA expression. RNA 16(5):991
Git A, Spiteri I et al. (2008), PMC42, a breast progenitor cancer cell line, has normal-like mRNA and microRNA transcriptomes, Breast Cancer Research 10:R54