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4 publications mentioning vvi-MIR162

Open access articles that are associated with the species Vitis vinifera and mention the gene name MIR162. 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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Other miRNAs from this paper: vvi-MIR156a, vvi-MIR156b, vvi-MIR156c, vvi-MIR156d, vvi-MIR156e, vvi-MIR156f, vvi-MIR156g, vvi-MIR156i, vvi-MIR159a, vvi-MIR159c, vvi-MIR160a, vvi-MIR160b, vvi-MIR160c, vvi-MIR160d, vvi-MIR160e, vvi-MIR164a, vvi-MIR164b, vvi-MIR164c, vvi-MIR164d, vvi-MIR166a, vvi-MIR166b, vvi-MIR166c, vvi-MIR166d, vvi-MIR166e, vvi-MIR166f, vvi-MIR166g, vvi-MIR166h, vvi-MIR167a, vvi-MIR167b, vvi-MIR167c, vvi-MIR167d, vvi-MIR167e, vvi-MIR168, vvi-MIR169a, vvi-MIR169y, vvi-MIR169c, vvi-MIR169d, vvi-MIR169e, vvi-MIR169f, vvi-MIR169g, vvi-MIR169j, vvi-MIR169k, vvi-MIR169m, vvi-MIR169p, vvi-MIR169r, vvi-MIR169s, vvi-MIR169t, vvi-MIR169u, vvi-MIR171a, vvi-MIR171b, vvi-MIR171c, vvi-MIR171d, vvi-MIR171e, vvi-MIR171f, vvi-MIR171h, vvi-MIR171i, vvi-MIR172a, vvi-MIR172b, vvi-MIR172c, vvi-MIR172d, vvi-MIR319b, vvi-MIR319c, vvi-MIR319f, vvi-MIR319g, vvi-MIR393b, vvi-MIR394a, vvi-MIR394b, vvi-MIR395a, vvi-MIR395b, vvi-MIR395c, vvi-MIR395d, vvi-MIR395e, vvi-MIR395f, vvi-MIR395g, vvi-MIR395h, vvi-MIR395i, vvi-MIR395j, vvi-MIR395k, vvi-MIR395l, vvi-MIR395m, vvi-MIR396a, vvi-MIR396b, vvi-MIR396d, vvi-MIR398a, vvi-MIR399a, vvi-MIR399b, vvi-MIR399e, vvi-MIR399g, vvi-MIR399h, vvi-MIR408, vvi-MIR479, vvi-MIR535a, vvi-MIR535b, vvi-MIR535c, vvi-MIR156h, vvi-MIR169b, vvi-MIR169h, vvi-MIR169i, vvi-MIR169l, vvi-MIR169n, vvi-MIR169o, vvi-MIR169q, vvi-MIR169v, vvi-MIR169w, vvi-MIR169x, vvi-MIR171g, vvi-MIR319e, vvi-MIR393a, vvi-MIR394c, vvi-MIR395n, vvi-MIR396c, vvi-MIR397a, vvi-MIR398b, vvi-MIR398c, vvi-MIR399c, vvi-MIR399d, vvi-MIR399f, vvi-MIR399i, vvi-MIR403a, vvi-MIR403b, vvi-MIR403c, vvi-MIR403d, vvi-MIR403e, vvi-MIR403f, vvi-MIR477a, vvi-MIR482, vvi-MIR828a, vvi-MIR845a, vvi-MIR845b, vvi-MIR845c, vvi-MIR845d, vvi-MIR845e, vvi-MIR477b, vvi-MIR171j
Our findings therefore suggest conservation of alternative splicing as a key regulatory mechanism in miR162 expression and indicate that Illumina and 454 transcript data can also be used to identify alternatively spliced plant pri-miRNAs. [score:4]
It is possible that some splicing events frequently identified by deep sequencing approaches could be associated with regulation of downstream processing of transcripts as has been shown for the miR162 transcript of Arabidopsis [45]. [score:2]
Panel A refers to miR394B, panel B to miR162 and panel C to miR168. [score:1]
Supplemental Figure S5: Splice junction read coverage for Vvi-miR394b, Vvi-miR162 and Vvi-miR168. [score:1]
The miR162 precursor (Figure 4B) is of particular interest in that it covers a region including several potential canonical introns that are supported by multiple Illumina and 454 reads. [score:1]
For miR162 and miR168, this hypothesis might be consistent with the low levels of mature microRNA observed by deep-sequencing, in contrast to the apparently high spliced transcript levels. [score:1]
For several pre/pri-miRNA loci (notably miR162 and miR168) we infer several closely related canonical introns (shared splice donors with splice acceptor sites shifted by a few tens of bases or vice-versa). [score:1]
This is suggested by the fact that some families, such as miR162, miR535, mirR403, miR482 generated few or no leaf smallRNA sequence reads, even if they can be clearly detected by northern blotting (miR162, miR482, not shown) or oligonucleotide arrays (miR162, mir403, miR535) in the same tissues. [score:1]
The fact that we recovered evidence of alternative splicing of miR162, is consistent with data from A. thaliana [45] and validates our basic approach. [score:1]
This is suggested by the fact that some families, such as miR162, miR535, mirR403, miR482 generated few or no leaf small RNA sequence reads, even if they can be clearly detected by northern blotting (miR162, miR482, not shown) or oligonucleotide arrays (miR162, mir403, miR535) in the same tissues. [score:1]
Interestingly, Hirsch et al. [45] recently demonstrated that the primary miR162a transcript of Arabidopsis is subjected to complex pattern of alternative splicing, similar to that proposed for the grapevine miR162 transcript. [score:1]
Analogously to miR162, our data suggest alternative splicing of the pri-mRNA, while the distribution of 454 contigs is highly consistent with the Illumina data. [score:1]
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[+] score: 14
Our findings therefore suggest conservation of alternative splicing as a key regulatory mechanism in miR162 expression and indicate that Illumina and 454 transcript data can also be used to identify alternatively spliced plant pri-miRNAs. [score:4]
It is possible that some splicing events frequently identified by deep sequencing approaches could be associated with regulation of downstream processing of transcripts as has been shown for the miR162 transcript of Arabidopsis [46]. [score:2]
Supplemental Figure S4: Splice junction read coverage for Vvi-miR394b, Vvi-miR162 and Vvi-miR168. [score:1]
The miR162 precursor (Figure 3B) is of particular interest in that it covers a region including several potential canonical introns that are supported by multiple Illumina and 454 reads. [score:1]
Panel A refers to miR394B, panel B to miR162 and panel C to miR168. [score:1]
For miR162 and miR168, this hypothesis might be consistent with the low levels of mature microRNA observed by deep-sequencing, in contrast to the apparently high spliced transcript levels. [score:1]
The fact that we recovered evidence of alternative splicing of miR162, is consistent with data from A. thaliana [46] and validates our basic approach. [score:1]
Analogously to miR162, our data suggest alternative splicing of the pri-mRNA, while the distribution of 454 contigs is highly consistent with the Illumina data. [score:1]
For several pre/pri-miRNA loci (notably miR162 and miR168) we infer several closely related canonical introns (shared splice donors with splice acceptor sites shifted by a few tens of bases or vice-versa). [score:1]
Interestingly, Hirsch et al. [46] recently demonstrated that the primary miR162a transcript of Arabidopsis is subjected to complex pattern of alternative splicing, similar to that proposed for the grapevine miR162 transcript. [score:1]
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[+] score: 3
According to the selecting criteria, miR156a, miR159a, miR162, miR167a, miR169a and miR396a were excluded from the candidates because of an unsatisfactory E value or R [2] (TableĀ  2). [score:1]
According to the miRNA high-throughput sequencing results in grapevine 28, 60 and reference gene selection research for miRNA qRT-PCR in other plant species 27, 29, 32, miR156a, miR159a, miR160e, miR162, miR164a, miR167a, miR168, miR169a, and miR396a were chosen as potential normalization factors for miRNA qRT-PCR in grapevine. [score:1]
The genes miR156a, miR159a, miR162, miR167a, miR169a, and miR396a were excluded from the candidate list because of unsatisfactory amplification efficiency or regression coefficient of the standard curve. [score:1]
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Lanes 1'-20' are 3'RACE (C) and 5'RACE (D) products of 20 higher abundance va-miRNAs (va-miR156e, va-miR160c, va-miR162, va-miR164c, va-miR166c, va-miR169m, va-miR171c, va-miR172c, va-miR408, va-miR535a, va-miR001, va-miR007, va-miR016, va-miR018, va-miR023, va-miR046, va-miR047, va-miR049, va-miR057 and va-miR062, respectively). [score:1]
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