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Homo sapiens (human) microRNA hsa-mir-30a precursor secondary structure diagram

Homo sapiens (human) microRNA hsa-mir-30a precursor URS000043D261_9606

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MIR30A: MIR30A is a type of microRNA that plays a role in various cellular processes [PMC6888542]. Targeting MIR30A has been shown to decrease autophagy and increase sensitivity to Imatinib in primary LMC cells [PMC6888542]. The human MIR30A loop sequence (MIR30Ahsp) has been chosen for its high expression of siRNAs [PMC2737240]. Inhibition of exosomal MIR30A has been found to attenuate the protective effect of EGCG in hypoxic injury [PMC7054242]. The miR-30 family members, including MIR30A, are encoded on different chromosomes in clustered pairs [PMC4873751]. In a study, the expression of various genes was found to be affected by MIR30A, including both upregulated and downregulated genes [PMC7260613]. Specifically, miR7b and MIR30A were found to target the unique OCs-specific fusogen DC-STAMP [PMC7504439].

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This sequence is found in 22 other species

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