bta-miR-101: Bta-mir-101 is a differentially expressed (DE) bovine microRNA (miRNA) that has been studied in various contexts. In a study analyzing DE-bta-miRNAs, bta-mir-101 was found to have a log fold change (LogFC) value below 2, indicating downregulation [PMC9437019]. Another study observed that bta-mir-101 may potentially silence the expression of ARG2 in infected cells [PMC7020904]. Additionally, bta-mir-101 was identified as a potential regulatory target for immune genes such as ARG2, BCL2A1, TMEM173, and STAT1 [PMC7020904]. In the context of pregnancy in cows, bta-mir-101 was found to have different abundance levels between pregnant and non-pregnant cows [PMC5662615]. Furthermore, in cows with metritis compared to healthy cows, bta-mir-101 was downregulated [PMC7832875]. Bta-mir-101 was also identified as one of the DE miRNAs targeting genes predicted by RNAhybrid analysis and SOAP analysis in milk exosomes between uninfected and infected animals [PMC4609085]. In terms of expression levels across different cattle breeds and tissues such as liver tissue in Angus steers and Holstein dairy cows, bta-mir-101 consistently showed high expression levels along with other miRNAs [PMC7653039].
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