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3 publications mentioning sma-mir-1b

Open access articles that are associated with the species Schistosoma mansoni and mention the gene name mir-1b. 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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The expression level in males and females of seven microRNAs (mir-1b, mir-61, mir-281, mir-36b, mir-71b, bantam and mir-8437) were further validated by quantitative PCR. [score:3]
We reanalyse their data and find that two out of our three male-biased microRNAs (mir-1 and mir-61) have a consistent bias in Schistosoma japonicum, while the third is not present in their dataset. [score:1]
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Although sequencing -based miRNAs expression profiling is a tool for measuring the relative abundance of miRNAs, the expression of the miR-1 was not detected by northern blot. [score:3]
Sequence analysis indicated miR-1 as the most abundant miRNA (32 reads). [score:1]
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In female worms, the most highly transcribed miRNAs were sha-mir-71a (3.6% of mapped sRNA reads), sha-mir-1 (2.0%), sha-mir-71b (0.7%), sha-mir-125b (0.7%) and sha-bantam (0.3%) (S1 Table). [score:1]
Specifically, female-biased transcription of six and two miRNAs, whose homologs also have female-biased transcription in S. mansoni [10] and S. japonicum [21], respectively, and male-biased transcription for mir-1b (reported for S. mansoni [10]) were established. [score:1]
The most highly transcribed miRNAs in male worms were sha-mir-1 (5.9% of mapped sRNA reads), sha-mir-71a (5.8%), sha-mir-125b (1.6%), sha-mir-7a (1.0%) and sha-let-7 (0.6%). [score:1]
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