*Corresponding author:Eiman MA Mohammed Immunology Laboratory, Kuwait Cancer Control Centre, Ministry of Health, Shuwaikh, Kuwait
Received: September 24, 2018; Published: October 09, 2018
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Multiple sclerosis (MS) is one of the complex diseases. Genetics, environmental and emotional factors have shown to play essential roles in evoking the disease pathology. More interestingly, epigenetic factors were established as major influencers of the disease severity  Of those epigenetic factors; the microRNA (miRNA) plays a fundamental function in MS pathogenicity. MiRNA are small noncoding RNA molecules with a size of approximately 22 nucleotides involved in post-transcriptional regulations of the genes [2-5].