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7 publications mentioning csi-MIR166b

Open access articles that are associated with the species Citrus sinensis and mention the gene name MIR166b. 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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Potential target prediction for fifteen C. sinensis miRNAThe potential miRNA target genes of several conserved C. sinensis miRNAs, such as UC52-29592 (Auxin response factor 10, ARF10) for miR160, UC52-35004, UC52-31207, and UC52-10373 (Homeo domain leucine zipper, HD-Zip protein) for miR165, UC52-31207, and UC52-10373 (HD-Zip protein) for miR166, UC52-24193 (AP2) for miR172 (Additional file 4: Table S3). [score:5]
In total, we performed PPM-RACE and RLM-RACE assays on six predicted target genes (UC52-29592, UC52-35004, UC52-31207, UC52-10373, UC52-24193, and UC52-75213) which are representative targets of five conserved miRNAs (miR160, miR165, miR166, miR172, and miR482a, respectively). [score:4]
The potential miRNA target genes of several conserved C. sinensis miRNAs, such as UC52-29592 (Auxin response factor 10, ARF10) for miR160, UC52-35004, UC52-31207, and UC52-10373 (Homeo domain leucine zipper, HD-Zip protein) for miR165, UC52-31207, and UC52-10373 (HD-Zip protein) for miR166, UC52-24193 (AP2) for miR172 (Additional file 4: Table S3). [score:3]
C. sinensis miRNAs and prediction of potential target mRNAsTo validate bioinformatically predicted miRNAs, 17 mature miRNA sequences (csi-miR160, csi-miR162, csi-miR165, csi-miR166a, csi-miR166b, csi-miR172, csi-miR390, csi-miR482a. [score:3]
Expression of csi-miR160, csi-miR165, csi-miR166a, and csi-miR166b were strong in young and old leaves, high in young, mature and old stems, flower buds, half open flowers, fully open flowers and fruits (before 45 DAFB), and low in fruits at 45 DAFB (Figure 1a 1c 1d, and 1e). [score:3]
In summary, sequencing results were also used to confirm the predicted seventeen csi-miRNAs and to identify their precise end sequences, in which of them this study identified fifteen csi-miRNAs (csi-miR160, csi-miR162, csi-miR165, csi-miR166a, csi-miR166b, csi-miR172, csi-miR390, csi-miR482a. [score:1]
To validate bioinformatically predicted miRNAs, 17 mature miRNA sequences (csi-miR160, csi-miR162, csi-miR165, csi-miR166a, csi-miR166b, csi-miR172, csi-miR390, csi-miR482a. [score:1]
A: Lanes 1–15 are 5′ RACE products of csi-miR160, csi-miR162, csi-miR165, csi-miR166a, csi-miR166b, csi-miR172, csi-miR390, csi-miR482a. [score:1]
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MIR166/165 genes exhibit dynamic expression patterns in regulating shoot apical meristem and floral development in Arabidopsis. [score:5]
In previous studies, miR166 was reported to be a critical factor for vascular development (Kim et al., 2005) and played a role in regulating SAM formation and floral development (Jung and Park, 2007). [score:4]
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As described above, miRNAs act as regulators of plant development [18, 19]; miR156, miR164 and miR166, in particular, play important roles in regulating leaf development [20– 24]. [score:5]
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Many putative targets are transcription factors and homologs of known miRNA target genes in other plant species, such as SBP for miR156, NAC for miR164, bZIP for miR166, AP2 for miR172 and F-box for miR394. [score:5]
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However, miR156 abundance (22,980.3671 TPM) in B -deficient library ranked third after miR3954 (122,762.6342 TPM) and miR166 (42,066.0747 TPM) (Additional file 2). [score:1]
In control library, the most abundant miRNA identified was miR3954 (83,883.0865 TPM), followed by miR156 (32,511.4115 TPM) and miR166 (22,220.8316 TPM). [score:1]
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In addition, many other P-deficiency-responsive miRNAs (i. e., miR1510, miR156, miR159, miR166, miR169, miR2109, miR395, miR397, miR398, miR408, miR447 and miR482) have been isolated from various plant species [15– 21]. [score:1]
The most abundant miRNA isolated from B-sufficient and -deficient libraries was miR157 (86,829.4201 and 48,091.4546 TPM, respectively), followed by miR166 (36,979.7525 and 26148.2271 TPM, respectively) and miR167 (24,944.5815 and 16,269.745, respectively). [score:1]
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Also, many other miRNAs such as miR156, miR159, miR166, miR169, miR395, miR397, miR398, miR408, miR447, miR482, miR1510 and miR2109 are involved in plant response to P-limitation (Valdés-López et al., 2010; Hackenberg et al., 2013; Zhao et al., 2013; Paul et al., 2015). [score:1]
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