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Homo sapiens (human) microRNA hsa-mir-3614 precursor URS000075E293_9606

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MIR3614: MIR3614 is a microRNA (miRNA) hub in the greenyellow module, and it is suggested to play an important role in inflammation and immune response in human intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) [PMC6399982]. The MIR3614 hub is connected to 40 genes, which are enriched in IL-6 and IL-10 signaling, granulocyte adhesion and diapedesis, and phagosome formation [PMC6399982]. Little is known about MIR3614, but it is found to be inter-connected with genes involved in various biological processes [PMC6399982]. In a study on a microdeletion associated with NOG-SSD (nail-patella syndrome with isolated nephropathy), the 1.6-Mb microdeletion includes MIR3614 among thirteen other genes [PMC4376726]. The deletion of MIR3614 may contribute to the pathogenesis of NOG-SSD along with other genes involved in various cellular processes [PMC4376726]. Overall, MIR3614 appears to be an important miRNA involved in inflammation and immune response, but further research is needed to fully understand its role and mechanisms of action.

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This sequence is found in 2 other species