chi-mir-141: Chi-mir-141 is a microRNA that was quantified using primers designed with miRprimer software [PMC5977473]. Target gene prediction analysis revealed that chi-mir-141, along with miR-141-x, miR-141-y, and miR-29-y, could regulate the expression of CSNK2A1, PCNA, PrKCB, YWHAB, and CDK6 genes [PMC8239366]. Among these microRNAs, chi-mir-141 and miR-141-y were found to target the most genes (four genes each), followed by chi-miR-20a-5p and miR-29-y [PMC8239366]. It was predicted that chi-mir-141 and the other identified microRNAs primarily play a role in regulating the proliferation and differentiation of SMG cells [PMC8239366]. In small follicles (Uni-S vs Mul-S), target prediction analysis identified seven significant microRNAs including chi-miR-200a (degree = 20), chi-mir-141 (degree = 20), chi-miR182 (degree = 16), chi-miR206 (degree = 10), chi-miR122 (degree = 7), chi-miRNA184 (degree = 2) and chi-miRNA1455p (degree = 1) [PMC7106838]. In large follicles (Uni-L vs Mul-L), the top differentially expressed microRNAs were found to be chi-mir-141 (degree = 17), chimi-R182(degree=13) chimi-R122(degree=12)and chimi-R154b3p(degree=12) [PMC7106838].
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