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1 publications mentioning isc-mir-275

Open access articles that are associated with the species Ixodes scapularis and mention the gene name mir-275. 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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In eggs there are five abundantly expressed miRNAs including rmi-miR-1, rmi-miR-310/miR-92, rmi-miR-279, rmi-miR-275 and rmi-miR-71 that accounted for 80.6% of the total amount of miRNA transcripts (Figure 3A and Additional file 3), while in all other life stages miR-1 was the most abundantly expressed miRNA (Figure 3). [score:5]
We observed correlated co -expression profiles of tick miRNAs overlapping two D. melanogaster clusters, miR-100:miR-125:let-7 and miR-275:miR-305 indicating that these clusters may also be conserved in the cattle tick genome (Additional file 12). [score:3]
Other highly expressed miRNAs in salivary glands are rmi-let-7a (15.1%), rmi-miR-275 (10.5%), rmi-miR-263a (5.0%) and rmi-miR-71 (4.2%) (Additional file 11). [score:3]
We found tick miRNAs overlapping five of these clusters, including the miR-100:miR-125:let-7, miR-275:miR-305, miR-2a-2:miR-2a-1:miR-2b-2, and miR-310:miR-311:miR-312:miR-313:miR-991:miR-992 clusters (Additional file 12). [score:1]
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