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4 publications mentioning cel-mir-44

Open access articles that are associated with the species Caenorhabditis elegans and mention the gene name mir-44. 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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Since the individual expression of each of the members of the mir-35 family (but not the unrelated mir-43 and mir-44) rescued the defects caused by deletion of all family members, it appears that miRNAs of the mir-35 family act redundantly [60]. [score:3]
One cluster contains mir-35 through mir-41 (mir-35-41), while the other contains mir-42, mir-43 and mir-44, although the last two do not belong to the mir-35 family [80]. [score:1]
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There were stage specific miR expression observed in young and adult worm, though the miR-1, miR-77, and miR-44 were abundant in young and adult worm stage suggesting they might be crucial for the survival (Chang et al., 2013). [score:3]
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p cell induction was normal in mir-61 mutants and in mir-61; mir-247 double mutants (Table S3), although we did not test the effects of combining these mutants with mutants of mir-44 and mir-45, which have the same seed and thus are predicted to target the same messages. [score:3]
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Loss of certain miRNAs or miRNA families led to hypoxia sensitivity (mir-2, mir-35, mir-44, mir-49, mir-51, mir-60, mir-63 and mir-67) and others to hypoxia resistance (let-7, mir-58, mir-67, mir-79, mir-237, mir-246, mir-359). [score:1]
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