Can somebody please help me read this graphic? (see attached file)
It seems like when expressing the ELOVL1 gene, the mir6734 is being expressed as well in experiments.
Does this mean the ELOVL1 and mir6734 gene are overlapping? They have obviously sequence- similarities, but I don't quite understand if the mir-gene "sits" on the ELOVL1?
Hopefully someone can help me out!
Thank you a lot!
Edited by Manaka, 03 April 2018 - 10:44 AM.