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Dre-mir-152 is a microRNA that is involved in various biological processes and has been found to be associated with different genes and networks. It is an anticorrelated miRNA with genes from Cluster 3, along with dre-miR-133a-5p, dre-miR-133a-2-5p, dre-miR-148, dre-miR-22a-3p, and dre-miR-22b-3p [PMC7756072]. It is also linked to the G2M checkpoint along with dre-miR-148, dre-mir-152, dre-miR454b, dre-miR301c-.3p, and dre-miR301b-.3p [PMC7756072]. Dre-mir152 is part of a downregulated ceRNA subnetwork that may be involved in the regulation of osteoclast differentiation [PMC9855694]. It acts as a hub node in a downregulated subnetwork along with MSTRG.29519 and MSTRG.19062 [PMC9855694]. Dre-mir152 targets tspan5a during the growth of IBs [PMC9855694]. Dre mir152 plays a central role in ceRNA networks by targeting 26 mRNAs and 5 lncRNAs along with other miRNAs such as dremiR10c5p, dremiR7, and dremir133b5p [PMC9855694]. The lncRNAs MSTRG.29519 and MSTRG.19062 are targeted by dremir152 and may act as molecular sponges to weaken its negative regulation of tspan5a [PMC9855694]. Dre mir152 has one of the highest expression levels among differentially expressed miRNAs in IB_III [PMC7891300].