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1 publications mentioning tca-mir-92c

Open access articles that are associated with the species Tribolium castaneum and mention the gene name mir-92c. 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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Our analyses in the very early stages of embryo development (NFE and ED0) of B. germanica, T. castaneum, D. melanogaster and D. virilis indicated that miRNAs from MIR-276 and MIR-279 families are differentially expressed in short germ-band species, whereas those of MIR-92 family are differentially expressed in long germ-band species. [score:6]
MIR-92 miRNAs downregulate jigr1 in the larval brain of D. melanogaster, which is essential for maintaining neuroblast self-renewal [25]. [score:4]
Mir-92 is expressed in ED0 and ED1 of B. germanica, being one of the miRNAs highly adenylated at the 3′ end, which suggests that it is cleared in the MZT. [score:3]
PCA (Fig. 5b) showed this grouping to be mostly driven by the MIR-276, MIR-279 and MIR-92 families. [score:1]
PCA showed the main drivers of this grouping to again be MIR-279 (for B. germanica and T. castaneum) and MIR-92 (for D. virilis) (Fig. 6b). [score:1]
In the tobacco hawk moth Manduca sexta, Mir-92 is clearly overexpressed in embryos compared to larvae, pupae and adults [37]. [score:1]
These included the MIR-92 and MIR-10 families, which are also highly adenylated in early embryos of T. castaneum [17]. [score:1]
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