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Homo sapiens (human) hsa-miR-4429 URS0000004CA3_9606

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hsa-mir-4429: Hsa-mir-4429, a microRNA, has been identified as a regulator of GNAI1 and MAPK1, AKT3, and IGF1R genes [PMC4754688]. It is significantly associated with the G-protein coupled receptor signaling pathway [PMC4754688]. The expression levels of hsa-mir-4429 have been investigated in isolated stromal cells [PMC7583725]. In infants with biliary atresia, hsa-mir-4429 has been found to be down-regulated [PMC4754688]. Hsa-mir-4429 has also been selected for further analysis as a potential diagnostic biomarker for biliary atresia [PMC4754688]. Differential expression of hsa-mir-4429 has also been observed in leiomyoma compared to myometrium, with down-regulation in leiomyoma tissue [PMC9154092]. Hsa-mir-4429 is involved in various signaling pathways, including Proteoglycans in cancer, Rap1 signaling pathway, Ras signaling pathway, and FoxO signaling pathway [PMC4754688].

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