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Solanum lycopersicum (tomato) sly-miR164b-5p URS00001A00F8_4081

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sly-miR164a-5p: Sly-mir164a-5p is a microRNA that was found to be down-regulated under treatment with Tomato chlorotic virus (ToCV) [PMC8258350]. In M82, sly-mir164a-5p was identified as a potential regulator of Lnc_000929, Lnc_000976, and Lnc_000530 [PMC9295719]. Additionally, sly-mir164a-5p was found to target genes encoding SPL, NAC, MYB, GRAS, and TCP transcription factors that are associated with plant stress tolerance [PMC5485680]. In tomato plants, a total of 29 miRNAs were identified to target polyamine transporter genes. Among them were sly-miR390a-5p, sly-miR390b-5p, and sly-miR6022 targeting Put1; sly-miR6024 and sly-miR6026 targeting Put2; sly-miR6023 and sly-miR1916 targeting Put3; and several miRNAs targeting Put4 (sly-miR9479-3p, sly-miR6024, sly-miR171c, etc.) [PMC9952195]. Furthermore, the interaction of sly-mir164a-5p with lncRNA XR_002027860.1 and mRNA XM_010327149.2 was observed [PMC6336255]. These findings highlight the potential role of sylmir164a-5p in regulating gene expression in tomato plants under various conditions.

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This sequence is found in 42 other species

  1. Aegilops tauschii ata-miR164c-5p
  2. Amborella trichopoda atr-miR164b
  3. Ananas comosus (pineapple) vvi-miR164c
  4. Arabidopsis lyrata aly-miR164a-5p
  5. Arabidopsis thaliana (thale cress) ath-miR164a
  6. Asparagus officinalis aof-miR164
  7. Brachypodium distachyon (stiff brome) bdi-miR164e
  8. Brassica napus bna-miR164a
  9. Brassica rapa bra-miR164a
  10. Cabomba aquatica miR164
  11. Camelina sativa (false flax) cas-miR164
  12. Carica papaya cpa-miR164c
  13. Citrus sinensis csi-miR164d-5p
  14. Citrus trifoliata ctr-miR164
  15. Corchorus capsularis sRNA CCACVL1_09489
  16. Corchorus olitorius aly-miR164a-
  17. Cucumis melo (muskmelon) cme-miR164c
  18. Cynara cardunculus var. scolymus cca-miR164b
  19. Fragaria vesca subsp. vesca fve-miR164a-5p
  20. Glycine max gma-miR164a
  21. Gossypium hirsutum (cotton) ghr-miR164
  22. Hevea brasiliensis partial microRNA 164c
  23. Linum usitatissimum (flax) lus-miR164d
  24. Malus domestica (apple) mdm-miR164d
  25. Manihot esculenta mes-miR164c
  26. Medicago truncatula (barrel medic) mtr-miR164a
  27. Nicotiana tabacum (common tobacco) nta-miR164a
  28. Oryza sativa Japonica Group microRNA osa-miR164b
  29. Oryza sativa (rice) osa-miR164a
  30. Populus deltoides pde-miR164e-5p
  31. Populus tomentosa Pto-miR164d
  32. Populus tremula x Populus alba Pta-MIR164e
  33. Populus trichocarpa ptc-miR164e
  34. Prunus persica (peach) ppe-miR164c
  35. Ricinus communis (castor bean) rco-miR164c
  36. Rosa chinensis ath-miR164a
  37. Salvia sclarea ssl-miR164b
  38. Sorghum bicolor sbi-miR164e
  39. Theobroma cacao tcc-miR164a
  40. Triticum aestivum (bread wheat) tae-miR164
  41. Vitis vinifera vvi-miR164a
  42. Zea mays zma-miR164b-5p