Stem-loop sequence nvi-mir-13a

AccessionMI0014725 (change log)
DescriptionNasonia vitripennis miR-13a stem-loop
Gene family MIPF0000049; mir-2
Community annotation

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The mir-2 microRNA family includes the microRNA genes mir-2 and mir-13 (MIPF0000049). Mir-2 is widespread in invertebrates, and it is the largest family of microRNAs in the model species Drosophila melanogaster. MicroRNAs from this family are produced from the 3' arm of the precursor hairpin. Leaman et al. showed that the miR-2 family regulates cell survival by translational repression of proapoptotic factors. Based on computational prediction of targets, a role in neural development and maintenance has been suggested.

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Stem-loop
   gagcagagacauggaac        u    -ua       u         a   ucuc 
5'                  uuuugcgg ccga   caucaaa ugguugugg aug    g
                    |||||||| ||||   ||||||| ||||||||| |||    u
3'                  aagaugcc gguu   guaguuu accgacacu uac    c
   ---------------uc        c    cga       u         a   cuuu 
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Genome context
Coordinates (Nvit_2.1; GCA_000002325.2) Overlapping transcripts
chr1: 8079335-8079437 [+]
intergenic
Clustered miRNAs
< 10kb from nvi-mir-13a
nvi-mir-71chr1: 8079015-8079116 [+]
nvi-mir-2cchr1: 8079186-8079287 [+]
nvi-mir-13achr1: 8079335-8079437 [+]
nvi-mir-13bchr1: 8079595-8079686 [+]
nvi-mir-2achr1: 8079789-8079881 [+]
nvi-mir-2bchr1: 8080812-8080896 [+]
Database links

Mature sequence nvi-miR-13a

Accession MIMAT0015664
Sequence

67 - 

uaucacagccauuuugaugag

 - 87

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Evidence not experimental

References

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PMID:20075255 "Functional and evolutionary insights from the genomes of three parasitoid Nasonia species" Werren JH, Richards S, Desjardins CA, Niehuis O, Gadau J, Colbourne JK, Werren JH, Richards S, Desjardins CA, Niehuis O, Gadau J, Colbourne JK, Beukeboom LW, Desplan C, Elsik CG, Grimmelikhuijzen CJ, Kitts P, Lynch JA, Murphy T, Oliveira DC, Smith CD, van Science. 327:343-348(2010).