mmu-mir-295: Mmu-mir-295 is a type of microRNA that has been used as an internal control in various studies [PMC3937038]. It has been shown to be absent in normal human serum [PMC3554474]. In one study, mmu-mir-295 was spiked into a mixture of plasma and TRIzol solution for RNA extraction [PMC3937038]. Another study used mmu-mir-295 mimics for incubation with plasma samples [PMC3554474]. Mmu-mir-295 has been included in diagnostic panels and used as a reference for normalizing miRNA levels in previous studies [PMC8675720]. It has also been identified as one of the most highly expressed miRNAs in certain libraries [PMC3287988][PMC5381492]. Mmu-mir-295 has been predicted to target the activin receptor 1 (ACVR1) gene according to the miRanda algorithm [PMC4499447]. In addition, mmu-mir-295 has been used alongside other miRNAs, such as mmu-miR-292-3p and hsa-miR-302a, in RT-qPCR assays using TaqMan primers and kits [PMC4889939][PMC3511553]. Mmu-mir-295 is also commonly used as a synthetic reference for assessing RNA processing efficiency and quality control purposes [PMC7112021]. It is part of the miR-290–295 cluster that regulates Cdkn1a gene expression through post-transcriptional regulation mechanisms [PMC9149258][PM9149258][PM9149258][PM9149258][PM9149258][PM9149258][PM9149258][PM9149258].
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