Comprehensive analyses of microRNA gene evolution in paleopolyploid soybean genome.

@article{Zhou2013ComprehensiveAO,
  title={Comprehensive analyses of microRNA gene evolution in paleopolyploid soybean genome.},
  author={Zhengkui Zhou and Zheng Wang and Weiyu Li and Chao Fang and Yanting Shen and Congcong Li and Yunshuai Wu and Zhixi Tian},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={76 2},
  pages={
          332-44
        }
}
miRNA genes are thought to undergo quick birth and death processes in genomes and the emergence of a MIRNA-like hairpin provides the base for functional miRNA gene formation. However, the factors affecting the formation of an active miRNA gene from a MIRNA-like hairpin within a genome remain unclear. We performed a genome-wide investigation of MIRNA-like hairpin accumulation, expression, structural changes and relationships with annotated genomic features in the paleopolyploid soybean genome… CONTINUE READING
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