bta-mir-195: Bta-mir-195 is a differentially expressed microRNA (miRNA) that has been studied in various contexts. It has been found to be differentially expressed in theca cells during the estrous cycle, specifically at day 7 [PMC4156418]. Additionally, bta-mir-195 has been identified as a master regulator in the regulation of gene expression during different growth stages [PMC9445238]. It is downregulated in various contexts, including adipocyte differentiation and lipid deposition [PMC6876490] [PMC8727870]. Bta-mir-195 has been shown to target and inhibit the expression of thyroid hormone response protein (THRSP), leading to a decrease in lipogenesis and adipocyte differentiation [PMC8727870]. The expression of bta-mir-195 is significantly upregulated during adipocyte differentiation, suggesting its importance in later stages of differentiation [PMC8727870]. Bta-mir-195 has also been identified as a candidate hub miRNA with high gene significance and module-membership values [PMC8727870]. Overall, bta-mir-195 plays a significant role in regulating gene expression and cellular processes such as lipogenesis and adipocyte differentiation.
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