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Homo sapiens (human) hsa-miR-378a-3p URS00000451A1_9606

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Hsa-Mir-378: Hsa-mir-378, also known as MIR378, MIR-378, MIR 378, miRNA378, hsa-mir-378a, is a microRNA located on chromosome 5q32 [PMC8071157]. In a study using Venny v2.1, the results were summarized to identify candidate targets of hsa-mir-378 and hsa-miR-1827 [PMC5771341].

hsa-mir-378a: Hsa-mir-378a is a microRNA that has been found to have clustered A-to-I editing sites in coding genes and is also present in several other miRNAs [PMC5001599]. In a study on colon and rectal cancers, the expression of hsa-mir-378a was significantly observed [PMC6007480]. Furthermore, hsa-mir-378a has shown a tendency to decrease in expression in various types of cancers, including BLCA, BRCA, COAD, LUAD, CESC, and STAD [PMC9409130]. Hsa-mir-378a is associated with several disease genes and miRNAs related to breast cancer [PMC6412941]. Additionally, hsa-mir-520d, hsa-mir-499a, and hsa-mir-378a have been found to exhibit similar patterns [PMC9483142]. In a study comparing the ASM and ASP groups, hsa-mir-378a was one of the differentially expressed sRNAs that were dysregulated in both groups. Additionally, other sRNAs were exclusively dysregulated in the ASM group or significantly upregulated in the ASP group [PMC7400997]. Hsa-mir-378a is an important microRNA that has been implicated in various cancers and disease-related processes.

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This sequence is found in 21 other species