Stem-loop sequence xtr-let-7f

AccessionMI0004887
DescriptionXenopus tropicalis let-7f stem-loop
Gene family MIPF0000002; let-7
Community annotation

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The Let-7 microRNA precursor was identified from a study of developmental timing in C. elegans, and was later shown to be part of a much larger class of non-coding RNAs termed microRNAs. miR-98 microRNA precursor from human is a let-7 family member. Let-7 miRNAs have now been predicted or experimentally confirmed in a wide range of species (MIPF0000002). miRNAs are initially transcribed in long transcripts (up to several hundred nucleotides) called primary miRNAs (pri-miRNAs), which are processed in the nucleus by Drosha and Pasha to hairpin structures of about ~70 nucleotide. These precursors (pre-miRNAs) are exported to the cytoplasm by exportin5, where they are subsequently processed by the enzyme Dicer to a ~22 nucleotide mature miRNA. The involvement of Dicer in miRNA processing demonstrates a relationship with the phenomenon of RNA interference.

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Stem-loop
   u      u   gu                ----------     gu 
5'  gcagga gag  aguagauuguauaguu          uuggg  c
    |||||| |||  ||||||||||||||||          |||||   
3'  cguccu uuc  ucauuugacauaucaa          agccc  a
   g      -   ug                uagagggucu     ac 
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Confidence
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Genome context
Coordinates (JGI4.2) Overlapping transcripts
GL173143.1: 538707-538789 [-]
sense
ENSXETT00000061581 ; HUWE1-201; intron 65
Clustered miRNAs
< 10kb from xtr-let-7f
xtr-let-7fGL173143.1: 538707-538789 [-]
xtr-mir-98GL173143.1: 538440-538547 [-]

Mature sequence xtr-let-7f

Accession MIMAT0003645
Sequence

8 - 

ugagguaguagauuguauaguu

 - 29

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Evidence experimental; Northern [1]
Predicted targets

References

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