Stem-loop sequence dre-mir-124-4

AccessionMI0001969 (change log)
DescriptionDanio rerio miR-124-4 stem-loop
Gene family MIPF0000021; mir-124
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The miR-124 microRNA precursor is a small non-coding RNA molecule that has been identified in flies (MI0000373), nematode worms (MI0000302), mouse (MI0000150) and human (MI0000443). The mature ~21 nucleotide microRNAs are processed from hairpin precursor sequences by the Dicer enzyme, and in this case originates from the 3' arm. miR-124 has been found to be the most abundant microRNA expressed in neuronal cells. Experiments to alter expression of miR-124 in neural cells did not appear to affect differentiation. However these results are controversial since other reports have described a role for miR-124 during neuronal differentiation.

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5' gguuuuu cucuu guguucac gug  ccuugauu     u
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3' ccgaaga gagaa cguaagug cgc  ggaauuaa     c
          -     c        g   ac        cauaa 
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Genome context
Coordinates (GRCz11; GCA_000002035.4) Overlapping transcripts
chr17: 27402261-27402343 [+]
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Mature sequence dre-miR-124-4-5p

Accession MIMAT0031961

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 - 35

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Evidence not experimental
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Mature sequence dre-miR-124-3p

Accession MIMAT0001819
Previous IDsdre-miR-124

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 - 73

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Evidence experimental; cloned [1]
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PMID:15937218 "The developmental miRNA profiles of zebrafish as determined by small RNA cloning" Chen PY, Manninga H, Slanchev K, Chien M, Russo JJ, Ju J, Sheridan R, John B, Marks DS, Gaidatzis D, Sander C, Zavolan M, Tuschl T Genes Dev. 19:1288-1293(2005).