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Extracellular RNA Communication (ExRNA)

About ExRNA Communication

Get more information about the NIH Common Fund’s exRNA Communication program and NCATS’ participation.

ExRNA Communication Funding Information

Learn how NIH Institutes and Centers, including NCATS, administer exRNA support from the NIH Common Fund.

ExRNA Communication Projects

Find out more about the exRNA projects that NCATS administers through the NIH Common Fund.

About ExRNA Communication

Get more information about the NIH Common Fund’s exRNA Communication program and NCATS’ participation.

ExRNA Communication Funding Information

Learn how NIH Institutes and Centers, including NCATS, administer exRNA support from the NIH Common Fund.

Work with Us

A better understanding of basic exRNA biology could open doors to improving the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of diseases and conditions such as cancer, bone marrow disorders, heart disease, Alzheimer's disease and multiple sclerosis.

Contact Danilo Tagle, Ph.D.

The Promise of ExRNA

Scientists are only beginning to understand the potential that exRNA research may hold for improving diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of a wide range of diseases and conditions. But researchers need to know more about basic exRNA biology first.

To advance this new field of research and address a collective scient 30 awards. Learn more about the ExRNA Communication program.

More About ExRNA

tific need, NIH launched the Extracellular RNA Communication program in July 2012. NCATS is administering 18 of the program's firs

Explore cutting-edge science through the exRNA Research Portal.

View frequently asked questions about the ExRNA Communication program.