Stem-loop sequence xla-mir-19b

AccessionMI0001452 (change log)
DescriptionXenopus laevis miR-19b stem-loop
Gene family MIPF0000011; mir-19
Community annotation

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There are 89 known sequences today in the microRNA 19 (miR-19) family but it will change quickly. They are found in a large number of vertebrate species. The miR-19 microRNA precursor is a small non-coding RNA molecule that regulates gene expression. Within the human and mouse genome there are three copies of this microRNA that are processed from multiple predicted precursor hairpins: mouse: * miR-19a on chromosome 14 (MI0000688) * miR-19b-1 on chromosome 14 (MI0000718) * miR-19b-2 on chromosome X (MI0000546) human: * miR-19a on chromosome 13 (MI0000073) * miR-19b-1 on chromosome 13 (MI0000074) * miR-19b-2 on chromosome X (MI000075). MiR-19 has now been predicted or experimentally confirmed (MIPF0000011). In this case the mature sequence is excised from the 3' arm of the hairpin precursor.

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5' gc  c gucaguuu gc ugg uuugca cagc  gc a
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3' cg  g cagucaaa cg acc aaacgu gucg  ug c
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Genome context
Coordinates (JGIv8.0) Overlapping transcripts
chr8L: 48821956-48822028 [-]
Clustered miRNAs
< 10kb from xla-mir-19b
xla-mir-106chr8L: 48822350-48822405 [-]
xla-mir-18a-1chr8L: 48822216-48822294 [-]
xla-mir-20chr8L: 48822066-48822139 [-]
xla-mir-19bchr8L: 48821956-48822028 [-]
xla-mir-92a-2chr8L: 48821825-48821900 [-]
xla-mir-363chr8L: 48821690-48821777 [-]
Database links

Mature sequence xla-miR-19b

Accession MIMAT0001347

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Evidence experimental; cloned [1]


PMID:15642338 "Stage-specific expression of microRNAs during Xenopus development" Watanabe T, Takeda A, Mise K, Okuno T, Suzuki T, Minami N, Imai H FEBS Lett. 579:318-324(2005).