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Drosophila melanogaster (fruit fly) microRNA dme-mir-263b precursor secondary structure diagram

Drosophila melanogaster (fruit fly) microRNA dme-mir-263b precursor URS00002489A4_7227

Automated summary: This pre miRNA sequence is 90 nucleotides long and is found in Drosophila melanogaster. Annotated by 5 databases (miRBase, ENA, FlyBase, Rfam, RefSeq). Described in 20 papers. Has a conserved secondary structure or a structured region. Matches 1 Rfam family (mir-263, RF00706). Drosophila melanogaster (fruit fly) microRNA dme-mir-263b precursor sequence is a product of 263, mir-263b precursor RNA, mir-263b precursor, 263b precursor RN, FBgn0262371, 263b precursor RNA, dme-mir-263b precursor, 263b, mir-263, mir-263b, mir-263b precurso genes.

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    UUGCUGACUUUGAGUCUUGGCACUGGGAGAAUUCACAGUUGACUUUAUUAUUCUGUGGUUCUGCGGGUGCCAAAACUUAAAAACCGGCUU

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