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MIR124-1 is a gene that has been studied for its potential role in disease [PMC5848672]. In a study, a positive interaction effect was found between rs531564 in the MIR124-1 gene and rs10759 in the RGS4 gene, with an interaction entropy of 0.14% [PMC5848672]. Additionally, a negative interaction effect was observed between rs10759 and rs951436 in RGS4, with an interaction entropy of -0.13% [PMC5848672]. These findings suggest that there may be complex interactions between these genetic variants that could influence disease susceptibility or progression [PMC5848672]. Furthermore, MIR124-1 and MIR598 are genes located within the same interval and are also potentially involved in disease [PMC4268894]. These findings highlight the importance of studying genetic interactions and their potential impact on disease development or progression [PMC4268894]. Understanding these interactions could provide valuable insights into the underlying mechanisms of diseases and potentially lead to new therapeutic strategies or interventions [PMC5848672] [PMC4268894].
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ucgggg agA CGUAAGUG CGC GGAAUuaa c
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miR-124 was first identified by cloning studies in mouse . Its expression was later verified in human embryonic stem cells . The mature sequence shown here represents the most commonly cloned form from large-scale cloning studies . The 5' end of the miRNA may be offset with respect to previous annotations.