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Homo sapiens (human) mitochondrially encoded 12S rRNA (MT-RNR1) secondary structure diagram

Homo sapiens (human) mitochondrially encoded 12S rRNA (MT-RNR1) URS000044DFF6_9606

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MT-RNR1: MT-RNR1 is a gene that has been studied in relation to deafness in different ethnic populations. In a previous study, it was found that nine hotspot mutations, including those in MT-RNR1, were identified in 32.45% of Chinese Han deaf patients and only in 13.06% of Uyghur deaf patients, indicating a substantial difference in the mutation spectrum of common deafness genes between these two ethnicities [PMC4444116]. In another study, it was observed that the methylation levels of MT-TF and MT-RNR1 genes were significantly higher in steel workers with high exposure to PM1 compared to controls [PMC3660297]. Additionally, MT-RNR1 was found to be one of the mitochondrial genes along with MT-CO2 that were studied along with cell cycle genes (CDK6 and TFDP1) [PMC6173731]. These findings highlight the importance of studying MT-RNR1 and its association with different conditions such as deafness and exposure to environmental factors.

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