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Homo sapiens (human) hsa-miR-378d URS00001234DF_9606

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hsa-miR-378d: Hsa-mir-378d is a microRNA that has been studied in various contexts [PMC7047281]. However, the negative correlation of YY1 and hsa-mir-378d has not been reported in CRC [PMC7047281]. To the best of our knowledge, hsa-mir-378d and hsa-miR-26b-3p have been shown to correlate with rheumatoid arthritis development [PMC6855002]. Additionally, hsa-mir-378d has been found to correlate with the development of rheumatoid arthritis [PMC6855002]. In a study, hsa-mir-378d was identified as one of the miRNAs with significantly altered expression in a specific context [PMC10008540]. Another study suggested that hsa-mir-378d may be a potential biomarker for improving the diagnosis of colorectal cancer [PMC7985995]. Hsa-mir-378d has also been found to be targeted by hsa_circRNA_104484, along with other miRNAs [PMC8266806]. Furthermore, hsa-mir-378d has shown similar expression patterns as other miRNAs in relation to their target genes [PMC7047281]. It has also been found to regulate the expression of specific genes by inhibiting certain miRNAs [PMC8164409]. Hsa-mir-378d was measured as one of the differentially expressed miRNAs in a study using qRT-PCR [PMC7305552]. Additionally, it was included in custom oligonucleotide synthesis for microRNA primers [PMC5751259]. In another study, the expressions of various members of the hsa-mir-378 family were found to be decreased under long-term hypoxia conditions [PMC5751259].

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