MIR23B

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MIR23B

A gene on chromosome 9q22.32 that encodes an RNA gene.
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Loh, "Long-term morphine treatment decreases the association of [mu]-opioid receptor (MOR1) mRNA with polysomes through miRNA23b," Molecular Pharmacology, vol.
In summary, despite a potential genetic disposition to force the adipogenic cell fate by the upregulation of PPAR[gamma], the combination of dysregulated genes (mainly members of Notch and SHH, FOXA2 and FOXC2; inhibitors of adipogenic differentiation) and miRNAs (miRNA23b and miR27b, which are PPAR[gamma] and CEBP[alpha] repressors and Wnt activators, and miR103, miRNA542-5p, and miRNA320, involved in Wnt dependent inhibition of adipogenesis, among others) may cause a block, inducing a failure to enter and/or progress to the adipogenic fate [82].
Long-term morphine treatment decreases the association of mu-opioid receptor (MOR1) mRNA with polysomes through miRNA23b. Mol Pharmacol 2009, 75(4): 744-750.