rno-mir-29a: Rno-mir-29a is a miRNA that has been found to be significantly deregulated in certain conditions. In a study comparing SL- and PH-group, it was identified that rno-mir-29a was regulated in the opposite direction at the same time point compared to other miRNAs [PMC4198680]. The expression levels of rno-mir-29a were reduced in the mature rat cochleae [PMC4172914]. The expression of rno-mir-29a was analyzed using the miScript PCR system [PMC4338147]. Rno-mir-29a, along with rno-miR-29b and rno-miR-29c, were predicted to regulate target genes associated with bone formation at different time points [PMC3273934]. Rno-miR-29b and rno-miR-29c have slight mismatches compared to rno-mir-29a [PMC3895276]. Rno-mir-29a and rno-miR-200b can be distinguished from other members of their respective families using aLHCD [PMC3895276]. Rno-mir-29a and rno-miR-29b were predicted to target REST analyzed by TargetScan among dysregulated miRNAs [PMC4026383]. There were significant correlations found between Vipr1 transcripts and certain dysregulated miRNAs, including rmo-rmiR340, rmo-rmiR155, and rmo-rmir 2.9 a[PMC5979605]. Rmo-rmir 2.9 a peaked around neonatal stage (P0) either at its highest or lowest point[ PMC3441217].
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