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Mus musculus (house mouse) mmu-miR-144-5p URS000004F117_10090

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mmu-mir-144: Mmu-mir-144 is a microRNA that has been studied in various contexts. In the skeletal muscle of old rhesus monkeys, the expression of mmu-mir-144 is increased, but this expression is reversed by caloric restriction (CR) [PMC5559175]. In CD34+SCA1+ BMHSCs, mmu-mir-144 is down-regulated after CTX treatment, and its up-regulation by SHSB granule enhances BMHSCs proliferation [PMC5617494]. The role of mmu-mir-144 in the proliferation or differentiation of hematopoietic stem cells is not well understood [PMC5617494]. SHSB granule also down-regulates mmu-mir-142-3p, mmu-miR-210, and mmu-miR-223 in CD34+SCA1+ BMHSCs [PMC5617494]. Mmu-mir-144 has been found to be downregulated after inducing CCI and its target gene Rasa1 increases proinflammatory mediators after CCI [PMC8914318]. In the bone marrow, the short isoform of Bzw1 is co-expressed with mmu-mir-142a, while the brain-specific long isoform contains two binding sites for mmu-mir-144 [PMC9226526]. Mmu-miR-342, mmu-miR-206, and mmu-mir-144 are associated with NF-gamma and joint target genes [PMC7074395]. Mmu-miR135a and seven other microRNAs including mmu mir 144 are associated with DEGs-related transcription factors after ovariectomy or orchiectomy [PMC7074395]. Mmu mir 342 has not been studied in mouse thymus but deserves further investigation along with other microRNAs [PMC7074395]. Mmu-mir-144 is predicted by Sylamer and CORNA and GeneSet2MiRNA [PMC6086043].

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This sequence is found in 16 other species