hsa-mir-455: Hsa-mir-455 is a microRNA that has been found to be significantly correlated with survival time and has diagnostic and preventive potentials  [PMC6538694]. It is encoded by the COL27A1 gene located on human chromosome 9 [PMC7560850]. Hsa-mir-455 has been shown to target multiple genes, including COL2A1, HOXC4, COLEC12, KLK12, and STEAP2 [PMC7786978]. It has also been found to be involved in the regulation of autophagy-related gene NKX2–3 [PMC7786978]. In addition, hsa-mir-455 has been associated with various forms of cancer [PMC4022450] [PMC9497140] [PMC8942200].
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