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Populus trichocarpa miR6425b stem-loop (ptc-MIR6425b, ptc-MIR6425c, ptc-MIR6425d) URS00007A87B0_3694

Automated summary: This pre miRNA sequence is 220 nucleotides long and is found in Populus trichocarpa. Annotated by 2 databases (ENA, miRBase). Described in 2 papers. Matches 1 Rfam family (MIR6425, RF03237). Populus trichocarpa miR6425b stem-loop (ptc-MIR6425b, ptc-MIR6425c, ptc-MIR6425d) sequence is a product of MIR6425b precursor, ptc-MIR6425d precursor, ptc-MIR6425b precursor, MIR6425d precursor, MIR6425c precurso, MIR6425d precurso, MIR6425b precurso, ptc-MIR6425c precursor, MIR6425c precursor, MIR6425b, MIR6425c, MIR6425d genes. Found in the black cottonwood reference genome.

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    GGACUCAUGCAUGGCGAACAAGUUGAGCUGUAGGGUUAUGAUGAACAUGCUAAUUACAAGCUAUUGUCUUCCAUGGAAUAGGCAGUGAUGGCAUUUGUUUUAUUUUCCUGAGGUGGAGAAAAACAAGGAGACCAUAACACUGUUAUUCCAUGGAAGAUAAUGACUCGUGGUUGACACUUGAUCUCUCCAGUCCAGUUCAGAUUCAAGCUAGCUGCUGUCU

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