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What is microRNA?

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In. genetics. microRNAs. ( miRNA. are single-stranded. RNA. molecules of about 21-23. nucleotides. in length, which regulate. gene expression. miRNAs are encoded by genes that are. transcribed. from. DNA. but not. translated. into. protein. (
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