hsa-mir-3605: Hsa-mir-3605 is a putative miRNA that exhibits atypical 3'-end overhangs [PMC4112208]. It has been found to be downregulated in Alzheimer's disease (AD) males compared to healthy controls [PMC8786804]. Hsa-mir-3605 is one of the miRNAs included in the MirGeneDB, which contains entries for human and mouse mirtrons [PMC5836839]. It has also been identified as one of the miRNAs related to cancer prognosis or diagnosis [PMC6856753]. In particular, hsa-mir-3605 is part of an expression signature that may act as an independent biomarker for overall survival in stomach adenocarcinoma (STAD) [PMC6856753]. Target genes associated with hsa-mir-3605 have been considered for enrichment examination [PMC6856753]. Hsa-mir-3605 has also been identified as a possible new microRNA involved in regulating malignant human B cells [PMC4231109]. Additionally, hsa-mir-3605 is one of the overlapping pre-miRNA hairpins found between pre-miRNA hairpins downregulated by NCD treatment and other pre-miRNA hairpins [PMC9594041]. It is included among the pre-miRNA hairpins that contain inhibited RNA motifs and are associated with AD and other diseases [PMC9594041].
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