Stem-loop sequence sbi-MIR156d

AccessionMI0001548 (change log)
DescriptionSorghum bicolor miR156d stem-loop
Gene family MIPF0000008; MIR156
Community annotation

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MicroRNA (miRNA) precursor mir-156 is a family of plant non-coding RNA. This microRNA has now been predicted or experimentally confirmed in a range of plant species (MIPF0000008). Animal miRNAs are transcribed as ~70 nucleotide precursors and subsequently processed by the Dicer enzyme to give a ~22 nucleotide product. In plants the precursor sequences may be longer, and the carpel factory (caf) enzyme appears to be involved in processing. In this case the mature sequence comes from the 5' arm of the precursor, and both Arabidopsis thaliana and rice genomes contain a number of related miRNA precursors which give rise to almost identical mature sequences. The extents of the hairpin precursors are not generally known and are estimated based on hairpin prediction. The products are thought to have regulatory roles through complementarity to mRNA.

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   -   -acc    gag  a          -a    -          --a   -a   cc       a 
5'  ugg    ucug   ug gugaugacag  agag agagagcaca   ccc  gca  agcgagg g
    |||    ||||   || ||||||||||  |||| ||||||||||   |||  |||  ||||||| a
3'  acc    ggac   gc cgcuacuguc  ucuc ucucucgugu   ggg  cgu  ucgcucc a
   a   cacc    --a  -          ac    g          gcc   ag   cu       g 
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Genome context
Coordinates (Sorghum_bicolor_NCBIv3; GCA_000003195.3) Overlapping transcripts
chr2: 62805800-62805924 [-]
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Mature sequence sbi-miR156d

Accession MIMAT0001444
Previous IDssbi-MIR156d

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 - 41

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Evidence by similarity; MI0001090


"Conservation and divergence of microRNA families in plants" Dezulian T, Palatnik JF, Huson DH, Weigel D (2005).