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Homo sapiens (human) microRNA hsa-mir-191 precursor URS000075BBD9_9606

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MIR191: MIR191 is a miRNA that has been found to have concentrations in patients with MHT, and it can provide additional information to improve indications for the need for an initial CCT scan [PMC7430915]. In a study, 36 miRNA orthologs were found to be mutually abundant between tumor types, and among them, MIR191 was one of the most notably expressed miRNA orthologs [PMC9210832]. The study used a circular heatmap in Figure-1 to present the expression levels of these miRNA orthologs [PMC9210832]. Additionally, four MEPNA for MIR191 were prepared with varying gap sizes (1-4 consecutive unmodified nucleotide units), with Amir-0 being an unmodified AO [PMC4005664]. These findings suggest that MIR191 is an important miRNA in the context of tumor types and can potentially be used as a biomarker for diagnostic purposes. Further research is needed to fully understand the role of MIR191 in these contexts.

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This sequence is found in 18 other species