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5 publications mentioning sbi-MIR166c

Open access articles that are associated with the species Sorghum bicolor and mention the gene name MIR166c. Click the [+] symbols to view sentences that include the gene name, or the word cloud on the right for a summary.

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In maize, the target gene of miR166 is rolled leaf1, which can regulate leaf morphogenesis [17, 56]. [score:4]
For example, the expression levels of sit-miR156, sit-miR164, sit-miR166 and sit-miR167 were comparatively very high, and sit-miR160, sit-miR319, sit-miR390 and sit-miR394 were comparatively very low, in agreement with similar findings in other plants [21, 22, 80]. [score:3]
We noted that the sit-miR156, sit-miR164, sit-miR166, sit-miR167 and sit-miR172 families showed relatively higher expression (slightly over 1,000 RPM, on average) in one or more of the four tissues. [score:3]
Similarly, in foxtail millet, the target gene of sit-miR166 was predicted as Si034251m, a homolog of rolled leaf1. [score:3]
In addition, compared with the other sit-miRNA families, the sit-miR166 family was highly expressed, especially in leaf (over 20, 285 RPM). [score:2]
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For example, the target transcript of miR166 was ABA-insensitive gene (ABI5), which functions in plant development [86] and in response to stress stimulus, such as NaCl, drought, ABA and cold stress in Arabidopsis [87]. [score:4]
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Other miRNAs from this paper: sbi-MIR166d, sbi-MIR166b, sbi-MIR166a, sbi-MIR172a, sbi-MIR156a, sbi-MIR156c, sbi-MIR156b, sbi-MIR160d, sbi-MIR160a, sbi-MIR160c, sbi-MIR160b, sbi-MIR160e, sbi-MIR164a, sbi-MIR167a, sbi-MIR167b, sbi-MIR169b, sbi-MIR169a, sbi-MIR395b, sbi-MIR395a, sbi-MIR395d, sbi-MIR395e, sbi-MIR396b, sbi-MIR396a, sbi-MIR396c, sbi-MIR399a, sbi-MIR399c, sbi-MIR399d, sbi-MIR399e, sbi-MIR399f, sbi-MIR399b, sbi-MIR399g, sbi-MIR156d, sbi-MIR164b, sbi-MIR166e, sbi-MIR167d, sbi-MIR167f, sbi-MIR167g, sbi-MIR167e, sbi-MIR167c, sbi-MIR169c, sbi-MIR169d, sbi-MIR169f, sbi-MIR169g, sbi-MIR169i, sbi-MIR171b, sbi-MIR171d, sbi-MIR171a, sbi-MIR171c, sbi-MIR166f, sbi-MIR171e, sbi-MIR319a, sbi-MIR399h, sbi-MIR399i, sbi-MIR164c, sbi-MIR166g, sbi-MIR171f, sbi-MIR395f, sbi-MIR156e, sbi-MIR156f, sbi-MIR156g, sbi-MIR156h, sbi-MIR156i, sbi-MIR160f, sbi-MIR164d, sbi-MIR164e, sbi-MIR166h, sbi-MIR166i, sbi-MIR166j, sbi-MIR166k, sbi-MIR167h, sbi-MIR167i, sbi-MIR169e, sbi-MIR169h, sbi-MIR169j, sbi-MIR169k, sbi-MIR169l, sbi-MIR169m, sbi-MIR169n, sbi-MIR171g, sbi-MIR171h, sbi-MIR171i, sbi-MIR171j, sbi-MIR171k, sbi-MIR390, sbi-MIR395c, sbi-MIR395g, sbi-MIR395h, sbi-MIR395i, sbi-MIR395j, sbi-MIR395k, sbi-MIR395l, sbi-MIR396d, sbi-MIR396e, sbi-MIR399j, sbi-MIR437a, sbi-MIR437b, sbi-MIR437c, sbi-MIR437d, sbi-MIR437e, sbi-MIR437f, sbi-MIR437g, sbi-MIR437i, sbi-MIR437j, sbi-MIR437k, sbi-MIR437l, sbi-MIR437m, sbi-MIR437n, sbi-MIR437o, sbi-MIR437p, sbi-MIR437q, sbi-MIR437r, sbi-MIR437s, sbi-MIR437t, sbi-MIR437u, sbi-MIR437v, sbi-MIR437w, sbi-MIR529, sbi-MIR169o, sbi-MIR169p, sbi-MIR169q, sbi-MIR398, sbi-MIR399k, sbi-MIR5385, sbi-MIR5567, sbi-MIR5568a, sbi-MIR5568g, sbi-MIR5568b, sbi-MIR5568c, sbi-MIR6220, sbi-MIR437x, sbi-MIR6221, sbi-MIR6225, sbi-MIR5568d, sbi-MIR6230, sbi-MIR5568e, sbi-MIR5568f
In the present study, we found monocot abundant miR156g-h, miR166c-i, miR167f-j, miR169b, miR171a-b, miR172a-c, miR319a-b, miR395, miR396a, miR437, miR529, miR2118a-b, miR2118d, miR2118e, miR2275, miR5385, and miR6221 (denoted with the symbol “@” in Table 2) which were not previously reported in sorghum. [score:1]
The miR166, miR167, miR156, and miR399 are the largest miRNA families with 11, 10, 8, and 7 members, respectively, in sorghum. [score:1]
For example, conserved miRNAs such as miR156c-f, miR156g-h, miR160b-f, miR166c-i, miR166j-k, miR167d-e, miR167f-j, miR396a, and miR398 exhibited high levels of read abundant (more than 750 TPM) in all four libraries. [score:1]
Chromosomal distribution (A) showed that the maximum numbers of miRNAs were predicted from chromosome 1 and 4. Distribution of conserved miRNAs (B) showed that miR169, miR166, and miR167 were the most abundant miRNAs in sorghum genome. [score:1]
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In Arabidopsis, AGO10 has been shown to regulate the function of miR166/165 [28, 29]. [score:2]
AGO10 specifically sequesters miR166/165 from AGO1, which is essential for shoot apical meristem development [28, 29]. [score:2]
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We verified AS of three miRNAs (miR159, miR166 and miR444) using RT–PCR (Supplementary Fig. 7, see for sequences of splice variants). [score:1]
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