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1 publications mentioning aga-mir-306

Open access articles that are associated with the species Anopheles gambiae and mention the gene name mir-306. 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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gambiae and D. melanogaster, again supporting the miRNA status of the Anopheles miR-304 and miR-306. [score:1]
Two of the miRNAs, ast-miR-304 and ast-miR-306, do not have conserved sequences (either mature miRNA or hairpin) in Ae. [score:1]
We could not find homologs for miR-304 and miR-306 in Ae. [score:1]
Comparisons of the two miRNAs clusters in these three species (Figure 3) would suggest that miR-304 and miR-306 may have either been lost in Ae. [score:1]
As mentioned earlier, miR-304 and miR-306 do not have obvious homologs in Ae. [score:1]
Anopheles miR-304 and miR-306 are in two separate miRNA clusters located in introns of protein-coding genes. [score:1]
Anopheles miR-304 and miR-306 are in two separate miRNA clusters located in introns of protein-coding genesAs mentioned above, Anopheles miR-304 and miR-306 do not have conserved sequences in Ae. [score:1]
As mentioned above, Anopheles miR-304 and miR-306 do not have conserved sequences in Ae. [score:1]
Comparisons between miR-306 sequences in An. [score:1]
gambiae and D. melanogaster, miR-304 is closely flanked by miR-12 and miR-283 while miR-306 is in a different cluster with miR-9b and miR-79 (Figure 3). [score:1]
They are let-7, miR-281, miR-34, miR-12, and miR-306. [score:1]
gambiae miR-9b and miR-79 is noted on miRBase, but not miR-306; clustering of An. [score:1]
Interestingly, miR-304 is closely flanked by miR-12 and miR-283 while miR-306 is in a different cluster with miR-9b and miR-79 (Figure 3). [score:1]
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