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1 publications mentioning isc-mir-133

Open access articles that are associated with the species Ixodes scapularis and mention the gene name mir-133. 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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MiR-133 and miR-1 are preferentially expressed in cardiac and skeletal muscles in Xenopus laevis [39] both have opposing effects, with miR-1 being rather pro-apoptotic [38]. [score:3]
Although rmi-miR-1 is the most abundantly expressed miRNA in cattle tick larvae (Figure 3B), we found eight other miRNAs, including rmi-miR-133, rmi-miR-87, rmi-miR-10, and rmi-miR-252, that had a higher fold-change ratio in miRNA transcript levels as compared to that in eggs suggesting that these miRNAs may play a role during larval development (Table 3 and Additional file 6). [score:3]
Complete list of miRNAs and statistics are shown in Additional file 9. In male ticks we found 9 miRNAs up regulated in comparison to female ticks (P < 9.62E-05) including rmi-miR-133, rmi-miR-bantam, rmi-miR-279 and rmi-miR-310/miR-92 (Table 5 and Additional file 9). [score:2]
It is intriguing to observe the up regulation of two known anti-apoptotic miRNAs, rmi-miR-bantam and rmi-miR-133 in adult males [37, 38]. [score:2]
Complete list of miRNAs and statistics are shown in Additional file 9. In male ticks we found 9 miRNAs up regulated in comparison to female ticks (P < 9.62E-05) including rmi-miR-133, rmi-miR-bantam, rmi-miR-279 and rmi-miR-310/miR-92 (Table 5 and Additional file 9). [score:2]
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