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MIR26B is a microRNA that has been found to play a role in the regulation of EZH2 expression [PMC6925750]. It has been suggested that the increase in EZH2 expression is due to the repression of microRNAs, including miR26a and MIR26B [PMC6925750]. Additionally, a specific region of gDNA, which includes MIR26B, has been identified and characterized. This region is 160 bp in length and is flanked by loxP sites, making it "floxed" [PMC8243710]. The identification of this specific region provides valuable information for further research on the role of MIR26B in gene regulation [PMC8243710]. The findings suggest that MIR26B may be an important factor in the regulation of EZH2 expression and could potentially be targeted for therapeutic interventions [PMC6925750]. Further studies are needed to fully understand the mechanisms by which MIR26B regulates gene expression and its potential implications in disease development and treatment [PMC6925750].