zma-miR169a-5p: Four miRNAs (zma-mir169a-5p, zma-miR169c-5p, zma-miR169i-5p, and zma-miR395b-5p) that were specifically repressed in FZB42 treatment were selected as candidate ISR-associated miRNAs [PMC6829523]. These miRNAs belong to the miR169 family and form a network with their target mRNAs [PMC6829523]. The miR825/miR825 * pair, miR472, miR846, and the four candidate miRNAs (including zma-mir169a-5p) have been reported to regulate ISR activated by different Bacillus spp., which are beneficial plant-associated bacteria [PMC9964586]. Additionally, these four specific miRNAs (zma-mir169a-5p, zma-miR169c-5p, zma-miR169i-5p, and zma-miR395b-5p) were found to be specifically repressed in FZB42 treatment and were selected as candidates for ISR-associated miRNAs [PMC8839143].
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