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Cyprinus carpio (common carp) microRNA 137 (ENSCCRG00000025482.1, ENSCCRG00000035460.1, ENSCCRG00000035462.1) secondary structure diagram

Cyprinus carpio (common carp) microRNA 137 (ENSCCRG00000025482.1, ENSCCRG00000035460.1, ENSCCRG00000035462.1) URS000075A040_7962

Automated summary: This pre miRNA sequence is 85 nucleotides long and is found in Cyprinus carpio. Annotated by 1 database (Ensembl). Described in 1 paper. Has a conserved secondary structure or a structured region. Matches 1 Rfam family (mir-137, RF00694). Cyprinus carpio (common carp) microRNA 137 (ENSCCRG00000025482.1, ENSCCRG00000035460.1, ENSCCRG00000035462.1) sequence is a product of ENSCCRG00000035462.1, ENSCCRG00000035460.1, ENSCCRG00000025482.1 genes. Found in the common carp reference genome.

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    GGCUCUCUUCGGUGACGGGUAUUCUUGGGUGGAUAAUACGGCUCUCGUUGUUAUUGCUUAAGAAUACGCGUAGUUGAGGAGAGUC

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