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Homo sapiens (human) cytoplasmic mesoderm regulator (CPMER) URS00000C1740_9606

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CPMER: CPMER, a functionally conserved long noncoding RNA, was found to interact with eEF1A2 and play a specific role in regulating the translation of Eomes mRNA and cardiac mesoderm (CM) differentiation [PMC9133893]. The expression levels of CPMER increased during CM differentiation and remained high in CMs, while the expression of Eomes was significantly increased during the mesoderm stage but rapidly decreased after mesoderm differentiation [PMC9133893]. Given these findings, the researchers were interested in understanding the roles of CPMER after mesoderm differentiation [PMC9133893].

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