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Homo sapiens (human) microRNA hsa-mir-140 precursor URS00005471BA_9606

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MIR140: MIR140 is a type of microRNA that has been studied in relation to various physiological processes, including embryogenesis mediated by epigenetic modifications [PMC7890887]. In SED MIR140 type Nishimura, epiphyseal maturation is delayed, while in acrodysostosis, particularly carpal ossification, is advanced [PMC6622181]. These findings suggest that MIR140 plays a role in skeletal development and maturation [PMC6622181]. Additionally, miR29 has also been implicated in embryogenesis mediated by epigenetic modifications [PMC7890887]. These microRNAs may be involved in regulating gene expression and influencing the development of various tissues and organs during embryogenesis [PMC7890887]. Further research is needed to fully understand the specific mechanisms by which MIR140 and miR29 contribute to these processes. However, these studies highlight the importance of microRNAs in embryonic development and suggest their potential as therapeutic targets for developmental disorders.

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This sequence is found in 19 other species