Definitions

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  • noun genetics A group of microRNAs expressed from a single transcription unit

Etymologies

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poly- +‎ cistron

Examples

  • Using a microRNA microarray, developed in collaboration with Scott Hammond at the University of North Carolina, He compared the expression of microRNAs-known as the mir-17-92 polycistron-suspected of playing a role in tumorigenesis in cancerous and normal cell lines.

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  • "A microRNA polycistron as a potential human oncogene,"

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  • Using a microRNA microarray, developed in collaboration with Scott Hammond at the University of North Carolina, He compared the expression of microRNAs-known as the mir-17-92 polycistron-suspected of playing a role in tumorigenesis in cancerous and normal cell lines.

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  • "A microRNA polycistron as a potential human oncogene,"

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  • "A microRNA polycistron as a potential human oncogene,"

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  • Using a microRNA microarray, developed in collaboration with Scott Hammond at the University of North Carolina, He compared the expression of microRNAs-known as the mir-17-92 polycistron-suspected of playing a role in tumorigenesis in cancerous and normal cell lines.

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  • B) was showed to exhibit the very same response speed-up to that observed in a negatively autoregulated polycistron

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  • When to present a hierarchical FFL or an autoregulated polycistron regulatory architecture could be related to the specific mechanisms of network evolution (see Resuming the analysis of the tendency of TFs to establish FFLs, beyond hierarchical FFLs (

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