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Columba livia (rock pigeon) cli-miR-15c-5p URS0000003D7D_8932

Automated summary: This miRNA sequence is 22 nucleotides long and is found in Columba livia. Annotated by 2 databases (miRBase, MirGeneDB). Described in 1 paper.

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    This sequence is found in 17 other species

    1. Alligator mississippiensis ami-miR-15c-5p
    2. Callorhinchus milii eshark_mir-15_4
    3. Chrysemys picta bellii (western painted turtle) Cpi-Mir-15-P1d_5p (mature (guide))
    4. Danio rerio (zebrafish) dre-miR-15b-5p
    5. Gallus gallus (chicken) gga-miR-15c-5p
    6. Ictalurus punctatus (channel catfish) ipu-miR-15b
    7. Ornithorhynchus anatinus Oan-Mir-15-P1d_5p (mature (guide))
    8. Taeniopygia guttata (zebra finch) Tgu-Mir-15-P1d_5p (mature (guide))
    9. Tor tambroides (Thai mahseer) miR-15b-5p
    10. Xenopus laevis xla-miR-15c-5p
    11. Xenopus tropicalis (tropical clawed frog) xtr-miR-15c