MIR

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MIR

Abbreviation for:
masseter inhibitory reflex
massive intestinal resection
minimum infection rate
multiple inversion recovery
multiple isomorphous replacement (see there)
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Hyper methylation of the given miRs was also seen in 207 patients in a study by Kovalchuk O.37 It has been noted that early exposure to xenoestrogens is riskily and incline to breast cancer in later life.
It is well known that a given miR can regulate the expression of hundreds of targets, and conversely, dozens of miRs can target a single mRNA.
The simultaneous analysis of three miRs (miR-34c-5p, miR-21-5p, and let-7a) in the same patient sample allowed us to optimize the evaluation of their prognostic and diagnostic significance, disentangling the potential different roles of the three miRs in the progression of the diseases.
In the field of transplantation, several miRNAs have been described and it has been shown that miRs have the potential to be a novel diagnostic marker.
About 12 km north of Samaro Town and 10 km south of Bachao Bund is located the cemetery of Mir Mubarak Khan Talpur.
In particular, the regulatory role of miRs seems to be central to processes involving cellular homoeostasis through processes such as apoptosis, proliferation, and migration that when deregulated give rise to well-known hallmarks of cancer [3-5].
The regulatory properties of miRs are unique in that a single miR can exert subtle effects on multiple mRNA targets simultaneously [14].
These miRs in the advanced stage may also migrate to osteoclast where they may produce a beneficial effect but its mechanism of action is still unclear to date.10,16 Evidence indicates that miR-16 can modulate the cell cycle, inhibit cell proliferation, promote cell apoptosis and suppress tumorigenicity both in vivo and in vitro.
MicroRNAs (miRs), a class of small noncoding RNAs, play an important role in a variety of cellular processes, including cell development, differentiation, apoptosis, and proliferation [5-7].
Objective: MicroRNAs (miRNAs or miRs) play critical roles in the fibrotic process in different organs.