hsa-mir-3685: Hsa-mir-3685 is a microRNA that has been found to regulate RPLP0 and PLCG1 [PMC7901211] [PMC9967176]. It is also associated with the risk of cardiovascular diseases [PMC9967176]. In addition, hsa-mir-3685 has been identified as a potential biomarker for polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) [PMC7901211]. Furthermore, hsa-mir-3685 has been implicated in the development of pancreatic cancer, as it is one of the miRNAs found in pancreatic cancer tissue samples [PMC7962059]. It is worth noting that hsa-mir-3685 is one of several miRNAs that have been identified as potential biomarkers for various diseases, including colorectal cancer and cardiovascular diseases [PMC9967176] [PMC7962059]. In a study on colorectal cancer, hsa-mir-3685 was found to be one of the miRNAs associated with this disease [PMC7962059]. Furthermore, in another study on pancreatic cancer, hsa-mir-3685 was also identified as one of the miRNAs associated with this type of cancer [PMC7962059]. Overall, hsa-mir-3685 appears to play a role in various diseases and may have potential diagnostic or therapeutic applications.
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