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  1. Brain Tissue-Derived Extracellular Vesicles in Alzheimer’s Disease Display Altered Key Protein Levels Including Cell Type-Specific Markers
  2. Extracellular vesicles or exosomes? On primacy, precision, and popularity influencing a choice of nomenclature
  3. Acetylcholinesterase is not a generic marker of extracellular vesicles
  4. Announcing the ISEV2019 special achievement award recipients: Takahiro Ochiya and Marca Wauben
  5. Minimal information for studies of extracellular vesicles 2018 (MISEV2018): a position statement of the International Society for Extracellular Vesicles and update of the MISEV2014 guidelines
  6. miRNAs in platelet-poor blood plasma and purified RNA are highly stable: a confirmatory study
  7. Towards mechanisms and standardization in extracellular vesicle and extracellular RNA studies: results of a worldwide survey
  8. miR-21-5p and miR-30a-5p are identical in human and bovine, have similar isomiR distribution, and cannot be used to identify xenomiR uptake from cow milk
  9. TNFα and IL-1β modify the miRNA cargo of astrocyte shed extracellular vesicles to regulate neurotrophic signaling in neurons
  10. Alternative miRNAs? Human sequences misidentified as plant miRNAs in plant studies and in human plasma
  11. miRNA profiling of primate cervicovaginal lavage and extracellular vesicles reveals miR-186-5p as a potential retroviral restriction factor in macrophages
  12. Proceedings of the 2017 ISEV symposium on “HIV, NeuroHIV, drug abuse, & EVs”
  13. An SIV/macaque model targeted to study HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders
  14. Concise Review: Developing Best-Practice Models for the Therapeutic Use of Extracellular Vesicles
  15. Diet-derived microRNAs: unicorn or silver bullet?
  16. Serum extracellular vesicle depletion processes affect release and infectivity of HIV-1 in culture
  17. Modeling brain lentiviral infections during antiretroviral therapy in AIDS
  18. Age-Related Changes in Plasma Extracellular Vesicle Characteristics and Internalization by Leukocytes
  19. Astrocyte-shed extracellular vesicles regulate the peripheral leukocyte response to inflammatory brain lesions
  20. Alternative miRNAs: Human Sequences Misidentified As Plant miRNAs In Plant Studies And In Human Plasma
  21. EV-TRACK: transparent reporting and centralizing knowledge in extracellular vesicle research
  22. Mutant Cas9-transcriptional activator activates HIV-1 in U1 cells in the presence and absence of LTR-specific guide RNAs
  23. Ribonucleic artefacts: are some extracellular RNA discoveries driven by cell culture medium components?
  24. Obstacles and opportunities in the functional analysis of extracellular vesicle RNA – an ISEV position paper
  25. Proceedings of the ISEV symposium on “HIV, NeuroAIDS, drug abuse & EVs”
  26. Updating the MISEV minimal requirements for extracellular vesicle studies: building bridges to reproducibility
  27. Highlights of the São Paulo ISEV workshop on extracellular vesicles in cross-kingdom communication
  28. Isolation and Characterization of Extracellular Vesicles in Stem Cell-Related Studies
  29. Serum extracellular vesicle depletion processes affect release and infectivity of HIV-1 in culture
  30. Advancing the use of noncoding RNA in regulatory toxicology: Report of an ECETOC workshop
  31. Opposing impacts on healthspan and longevity by limiting dietary selenium in telomere dysfunctional mice
  32. Toward the promise of microRNAs – Enhancing reproducibility and rigor in microRNA research
  33. Uptake of dietary milk miRNAs by adult humans: a validation study
  34. Synthetic miR-16-5p does not act as a reverse transcriptase co-factor to enhance detection of small RNA
  35. Association of BRAF V600E Mutation and MicroRNA Expression with Central Lymph Node Metastases in Papillary Thyroid Cancer: A Prospective Study from Four Endocrine Surgery Centers
  36. A benchmark for microRNA quantification algorithms using the OpenArray platform
  37. SAMHD1 transcript upregulation during SIV infection of the central nervous system does not associate with reduced viral load
  38. Extracellular Vesicles Exploit Viral Entry Routes for Cargo Delivery
  39. Hypothetical Plant-Mammal Small RNA CommunicationCommunication : Packaging and Stoichiometry
  40. Techniques used for the isolation and characterization of extracellular vesicles: results of a worldwide survey
  41. MicroRNA Expression and Association with Clinicopathologic Features in Papillary Thyroid Cancer: A Systematic Review
  42. Contamination or artifacts may explain reports of plant miRNAs in humans
  43. RNAi technologies in agricultural biotechnology: The Toxicology Forum 40th Annual Summer Meeting
  44. miRNAs and SAMHD1 regulation in vitro and in a model of HIV CNS disease
  45. Validated MicroRNA Target Databases: An Evaluation
  46. Potential role of cervicovaginal extracellular particles in diagnosis of endometriosis
  47. Acute Hepatitis C Virus Infection Induces Consistent Changes in Circulating MicroRNAs That Are Associated with Nonlytic Hepatocyte Release
  48. Paving the path to HIV neurotherapy: Predicting SIV CNS disease
  49. Assessment of small RNA sorting into different extracellular fractions revealed by high-throughput sequencing of breast cell lines
  50. Extracellular vesicle–depleted fetal bovine and human sera have reduced capacity to support cell growth
  51. Quinolinic acid/tryptophan ratios predict neurological disease in SIV-infected macaques and remain elevated in the brain under cART
  52. Minimal experimental requirements for definition of extracellular vesicles and their functions: a position statement from the International Society for Extracellular Vesicles
  53. Circulating MicroRNA Biomarker Studies: Pitfalls and Potential Solutions
  54. EVpedia: a community web portal for extracellular vesicles research
  55. Diet-Responsive Mammalian miRNAs Are Likely Endogenous
  56. SAMHD1 expression in blood cells of HIV-1 elite suppressors and viraemic progressors
  57. Dietary flaxseed modulates the miRNA profile in irradiated and non-irradiated murine lungs
  58. TRIM19-Positive and TRIM19-Negative Cells in and Around a Perivascular Cuff of CD68-Positive Macrophages
  59. Elevated Brain Monoamine Oxidase Activity in SIV- and HIV-associated Neurological Disease
  60. Circulating Extracellular Micrornas In Hereditary Angioedema
  61. HIV-1 Tat- and Vpr-responsive MicroRNAs of Neuronal Cells
  62. Transfer and functional consequences of dietary microRNAs in vertebrates: Concepts in search of corroboration
  63. OpenArray profiling reveals no differential modulation of miRNA by positive and negative CD4+ T cell immunoselection
  64. Real-time quantitative PCR and droplet digital PCR for plant miRNAs in mammalian blood provide little evidence for general uptake of dietary miRNAs
  65. Standardization of sample collection, isolation and analysis methods in extracellular vesicle research
  66. Witwer, K.W.; et al. Correction: miRNA Profiles of Monocyte-Lineage Cells Are Consistent with Complicated Roles in HIV-1 Restriction. Viruses 2012, 4, 1844-1864.
  67. Data Submission and Quality in Microarray-Based MicroRNA Profiling
  68. Tristetraprolin expression and microRNA-mediated regulation during simian immunodeficiency virus infection of the central nervous system
  69. SIV replication is directly downregulated by four antiviral miRNAs
  70. Comparison of Methods for miRNA Extraction from Plasma and Quantitative Recovery of RNA from Cerebrospinal Fluid
  71. miRNA Profiles of Monocyte-Lineage Cells Are Consistent with Complicated Roles in HIV-1 Restriction
  72. XenomiRs and miRNA homeostasis in health and disease
  73. Evidence for miRNA expression differences of HIV-1-positive, treatment-naive patients and elite suppressors: a re-analysis
  74. Relationships of PBMC microRNA expression, plasma viral load, and CD4+ T-cell count in HIV-1-infected elite suppressors and viremic patients
  75. Influence of food intake on circulating extracellular vesicles and microrna profiles
  76. Do Platform-Specific Factors Explain MicroRNA Profiling Disparities?
  77. A plasma microRNA signature of acute lentiviral infection
  78. Induction of Innate Immune Responses by SIV In Vivo and In Vitro: Differential Expression and Function of RIG-I and MDA5
  79. MicroRNA Regulation of IFN-  Protein Expression: Rapid and Sensitive Modulation of the Innate Immune Response
  80. Coordinated Regulation of SIV Replication and Immune Responses in the CNS