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Homo sapiens (human) NARF intronic transcript 1 (NARF-IT1) URS00000A88ED_9606

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NARF-IT1: NARF-IT1 is a long non-coding RNA (lncRNA) that has been studied in various cellular contexts. In a study comparing different cell lines, it was found that NARF-IT1 exhibited significant differences in expression levels [PMC8739709]. Additionally, in the context of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), NARF-IT1 was among the lncRNAs whose expression levels were reduced [PMC9441417]. Furthermore, NARF-IT1 was found to be regulated by differentially expressed miRNAs in PCOS [PMC9441417]. In a prognostic analysis, NARF-IT1 was identified as one of the lncRNAs with positive associations with increasing risk scores [PMC9550517]. Moreover, NARF-IT1 was included as one of the 19 lncRNAs used to build a prediction model for risk assessment [PMC9550517]. Additionally, it was observed that the expression of HEXDC and NARF/NARF-IT1 is regulated by a known expression quantitative trait locus (eQTL) in various tissue types including blood [PMC6958602]. In summary, NARF-IT1 is an lncRNA that exhibits differential expression in different cell lines and is associated with reduced expression levels in PCOS. It is also regulated by miRNAs and has prognostic implications. Furthermore, its expression is influenced by an eQTL. These findings highlight the potential importance of NARF-IT1 in cellular processes and disease contexts. Word count: 200

Targeting miRNAs 5 total

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