Circulating RNAs are potential biomarkers in the diagnosis, prognosis and therapeutic efficacy of cancer patients. This Special Issue aims to serve as a global platform and targeted source of original reviews and/or research papers that focuses on analysing the role of circulation RNAs on basic, translational, clinical, cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying cancer development.
This special issue welcomes studies covering the following topics:
● Role of circulating RNAs in tumourigenesis.
● Targeting circulating RNAs as potential cancer therapeutics.
● Potential biomarker studies of different types of cell-free RNAs in cancer metastasis.