MIR1246: MIR1246 is a type of microRNA that has been studied in relation to tumor invasion, lymph node metastasis, distant metastasis, and cancer stage. However, serum and urine levels of MIR1246 did not show any correlations with these factors (Table 2) [PMC7250935]. Despite this, MIR1246 has been found to have a specific target called early B cytokine 1 (EBF1) [PMC8258133]. It binds to the 3′UTR site of EBF1 and potentially regulates its expression. These findings suggest that MIR1246 may have a role in cancer progression through its interaction with EBF1. However, further research is needed to fully understand the functional significance of this interaction and its implications in cancer development and progression.
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