Neurology Central

Could sleep duration be associated with levels of circulating miRNAs in the blood?


Research at the Institute of Food Sciences of the National Research Council (Avellino, Italy) has revealed that levels of certain miRNAs could be linked to sleep duration in children and adolescents. The study, published in Experimental Physiology, suggests that it could be possible to develop a blood test to asses quality of sleep in children, along with susceptibility to a range of health conditions. 

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