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2 publications mentioning pte-mir-2d

Open access articles that are associated with the species Parasteatoda tepidariorum and mention the gene name mir-2d. 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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However, the microRNA that switched in the mir-2 family did not contain completely unique mature sequences and relative arm switching may have been over or underestimated. [score:1]
The seven copies of mir-2 that are located on six different scaffolds are all found close to the ends of the scaffolds, and may therefore possibly be fragments of larger mir-71/ mir-2 clusters (fig. 3). [score:1]
In this horseshoe crab we found eight copies of mir-71 located on seven scaffolds, of which six also contain at least one copy of mir-2 (fig. 3). [score:1]
Parasteatoda tepidariorum contains one cluster containing a single copy of mir-71 and three copies of mir-2, and a second cluster, on a different scaffold, also with one copy of mir-71, but with six copies of mir-2 (fig. 3). [score:1]
In the S. mimosarum and C. sculpturatus genomes we found one scaffold containing one copy of mir-71 and four copies of mir-2 (fig. 3), and a second scaffold with one copy of mir-71 and three copies of mir-2 (fig. 3). [score:1]
In the spiders, the scorpion and the horseshoe crab, we consistently found at least two copies of mir-71 and more than two copies of mir-2 (fig. 2). [score:1]
Fig. 3. —The duplicate mir-71/ mir-2 clusters in chelicerate lineages. [score:1]
The mir-71/ mir-2 cluster is duplicated in spiders (purple), the scorpion (magenta), and the horseshoe crab (blue). [score:1]
The mir-71/ mir-2 cluster is an invertebrate-specific microRNA cluster that has expanded in arthropods probably due to tandem duplications of mir-2 (Marco et al. 2010; Marco, Hooks, et al. 2012). [score:1]
There is another scaffold with one copy of mir-71 and one copy of mir-2 located approximately 6 kb from the end of the scaffold. [score:1]
The arrangement of L. polyphemus mir-71/ mir-2 genes is much more fragmented (fig. 3). [score:1]
Therefore the mir-71/ mir-2 and mir-100/ let-7/ mir-125 clusters appear to have been duplicated in spiders and scorpions (Arachnopulmonata) and L. polyphemus but not other chelicerates or mandibulates that we surveyed. [score:1]
In the acariform and parasitiform lineages, the copy numbers of mir-71 and mir-2 are variable, though usually there is one copy of mir-71 and two copies of mir-2 (fig. 2). [score:1]
This could perhaps be caused by the many paralogs of the mir-3791 and mir-2 families, which were generally 3’ dominant, though both of these families do show instances of arm switching (fig. 4 and supplementary fig. S6, online). [score:1]
In A. geniculata there is one complete cluster with one mir-71 and four mir-2 copies, all on one scaffold (fig. 3). [score:1]
There are also two other copies of mir-2, each on approximately 1 kb scaffolds. [score:1]
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Furthermore, nearly all of the tandemly duplicated microRNAs in are microRNAs largely specific to this spider (e. g., mir-3971 paralogs) or clustered in arthropods (e. g., mir-2 from the mir-71/mir-2 cluster) (Additional file 11: Table S6) [44]. [score:1]
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