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MIRSManagement Information Retrieval System
MIRSMilitary Intelligence Research Section (US Navy)
MIRSModular Integrated Robotized System
MIRSMid-Infrared Spectrometer
MIRSManagement Information & Retrieval System
MIRSMultimedia Information Retrieval Services
MIRSMicrowave Integrated Retrieval System
MIRSMEPCOM Integrated Resource System
MIRSMid-America Interventional Radiological Society
MIRSMuslim Immigration and Refugee Services
MIRSMedical Instrument Recovery System
MIRSMultipath Interference Reduction System
MIRSMaison International de La Rive-Sud (Quebec, Canada)
MIRSMusic Information Retrieval System (computer systems)
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In breast cancer target miRs can be alleged oncogenes or tumor suppressor genes also found in various other cancers (Table-I) these include both circulating and non-circulating miRs.
The findings obtained using a genomic profiling of miRNAs and mRNAs clearly showed that miR-193a-3p is one of the 12 miRs found to be upregulated in the midsecretory phase samples.
reported that HMGA2, a target of miR let-7, was upregulated in EC cells and was involved in EC carcinogenesis [34].
Surprisingly, none of the cardiac tissue relevant miRs (miR-1, miR-133a, miR-208a/b, and miR-499) [50] are found to be affected by acute rejection.
MiRs were reverse-transcribed with the TaqMan MicroRNA Reverse Transcription Kit (Life Technologies) as described (23).
(2007), observed increased miR-10b expression in metastatic breast cancer and demonstrated that positive miR regulation may confer potential for metastasis formation in nonmetastatic breast cancer cell lines.
Mir Shaho Khan was the ancestor of the Shahwani Mirs.
Recently, next generation sequencing has allowed us to accurately measure not only mRNA transcripts, but also regulatory noncoding RNA molecules such as microRNAs (miRs) and long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs).
Expression and localization of these structural proteins are known to be regulated by certain microRNAs (miRs), such as miR-142-3p, which regulates Rac1 [12].
MicroRNAs (miRNAs o miRs) are small noncoding RNAs involved in gene expression modulation, primarily silencing the mRNA target by binding its 31 -untranslated region (UTR) in the cytoplasm.
The common methodology to determine miRs in various cases is ideally by northern blot analysis, but its drawback is that this procedure requires an increased quantity of blood, approximately 100ml, for proper results.6 A more convenient method that is being undertaken by researchers is real-time polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) and microarrays, but these are being conducted at research level to date due to its expense; it has not yet been used routinely as an investigation in commercial labs.