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2 publications mentioning ppt-MIR529b

Open access articles that are associated with the species Physcomitrella patens and mention the gene name MIR529b. Click the [+] symbols to view sentences that include the gene name, or the word cloud on the right for a summary.

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The P. patens TAS6 family is encoded by three loci (TAS6a–c) that are in close proximity to TAS3 loci and are typified by sliced miR156 and miR529 target sites [60]. [score:3]
P. patens Δ PpDCL1a, Δ PpRDR6 and Δ PpDCL4 mutants lack ta-siRNA production based on specific functions of the respective proteins in ta-siRNA biogenesis: the absence of ta-siRNAs in the Δ PpDCL1a mutant is due to the lack of the specific miRNAs (miR390, miR156 and miR529) that are required to initiate the ta-siRNA pathway by the cleavage of the respective TAS precursors, PpRDR6 the essential enzyme catalysing the conversion of cleaved precursors into dsRNA while PpDCL4 is the DCL protein that processes ta-siRNAs from the dsRNA precursors in a phased manner [5, 12, 60]. [score:1]
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Recently, analysis of the Physcomitrella patens RNA degradome revealed the novel moss TAS loci, TAS6, which are dependent on the activity of dual sites complementary to miR156/miR529 [20]. [score:1]
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