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Target Listing




Highlighted rows in the table indicate genes with published known targets


All miRNA hits for Caenorhabditis elegans

20366 hits found.


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Gene Name Transcript Description GO Terms Score Energy P-value Length Total Sites No. Cons Species No. miRNAs
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lin-28 F02E9.2a lin-28 encodes a cytoplasmic protein with a cold shock domain and retroviral-type (CCHC) zinc finger motifs. LIN-28 is required for events specific to the second larval stage, which in lin-28 mutants are skipped, and is itself subject both to negative regulation (by binding of the lin-4 stRNA to an element in the lin-28 3' UTR) and to positive regulation (by LIN-14, which negatively regulates lin-4-independent inhibition also acting on the lin-28 3' UTR). [Source: WormBase]
52 -55 1.67919e-13 527 3 1 6 [+] picture button
F02A9.4 F02A9.4a F02A9.4 is orthologous to the human gene SIMILAR TO METHYLCROTONOYL-COENZYME A CARBOXYLASE 2 (BETA) (MCCC2. OMIM:210210), which when mutated leads to disease. [Source: WormBase]
53 -47 3.24234e-08 282 3 1 9 [+] picture button
Y39E4A.3 Y39E4A.3b Y39E4A.3 is orthologous to the human gene MAPLE SYRUP URINE DISEASE, TYPE IA (MSUD, TYPE IA. E1-alpha subunit of branched-chain keto acid dehydrogenase. OMIM:248600), which when mutated leads to maple syrup urine disease. Y39E4A.3 protein is predicted to be mitochondrial. [Source: WormBase]
51 -43 7.06938e-08 277 3 1 2 [+] picture button
rfp-1 R05D3.4b E3 ubiquitin-protein ligase bre-1 (EC 6.3.2.-) (RING finger protein rfp-1) (Bt toxin-resistant protein 1). [Source:Uniprot/SWISSPROT;Acc:P34537]
53 -53 8.72291e-08 300 3 2 5 [+] picture button
aps-3 Y48G8AL.14 apt-8 encodes an adaptin orthologous to the sigma3 subunit of the heterotetrameric adaptor protein complex 3 (AP-3). by homology, APT-8 is predicted to play a role in intracellular membrane trafficking and specifically, may be involved in transport of lysosomal membrane proteins from tubular sorting endosomes to lysosomes. loss of apt-8 activity via large-scale RNAi screens in the sensitized rrf-3 background indicates that, in C. elegans, APT-8 is required for fertility and reproduction. [Source: WormBase]
54 -51 9.0634e-08 300 3 1 6 [+] picture button
F09E5.2 F09E5.2 F09E5.2 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_495010]
35 -38 1.64478e-07 103 2 1 4 [+] picture button
cfz-2 F27E11.3a cfz-2 encodes a member of the Frizzled family of membrane receptors. [Source: WormBase]
87 -92 2.53705e-07 339 5 1 11 [+] picture button
C25A1.5 C25A1.5 C25A1.5 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_492678]
67 -73 4.10379e-07 345 4 2 7 [+] picture button
mig-17 F57B7.4 mig-17 encodes a secreted metalloprotease that is a member of the ADAM (A Disintegrin And Metalloprotease) protein family. MIG-17 activity is required for proper migration of gonadal leader cells, namely the hermaphrodite distal tip cells (DTCs) and the male linker cell (MLC). a MIG-17::GFP translational fusion protein is first detected in late embryos with expression continuing through adulthood. expression is initially seen on the pseudocoelomic face of body wall muscles and then on the surface of the gonad, when the DTCs migrate over the lateral hypodermis towards the dorsal muscles. proper MIG-17 localization and glycosylation requires activity of MIG-23, a membrane-bound nucleoside diphosphatase, as well as activity of COGC-3 and COGC-1, two members of the conserved oligomeric Golgi complex. expression studies with MIG-17 deletion derivatives indicate that MIG-17 is expressed by the body wall muscles and then localizes to the DTCs where its activity is sufficient for guiding DTC migration. [Source: WormBase]
67 -91 6.10449e-07 518 4 2 5 [+] picture button
C46C11.1 C46C11.1a C46C11.1a [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_001041228]
84 -78 6.9976e-07 360 5 5 7 [+] picture button
C25H3.8 C25H3.8 C25H3.8 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_495110]
36 -32 9.16993e-07 494 2 2 3 [+] picture button
ham-1 F53B2.6 ham-1 encodes a novel protein with a winged helix DNA-binding motif. ham-1 is required for the asymmetric divisions of several neuroblasts in the developing embryo and may influence their spindle position. ham-1 mutations also exhibit HSN motor neuron migration defects. HAM-1 interacts with itself in a yeast two-hybrid screen and observations suggest that its multimerization is required for its proper localization. HAM-1 is cytoplasmic and is asymmetrically distributed to the posterior of the HSNPHB neuroblast. [Source: WormBase]
50 -52 9.19878e-07 384 3 1 3 [+] picture button
str-83 B0213.7 Seven TM Receptor family member (str-83) [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_504106]
68 -87 1e-06 300 4 1 2 [+] picture button
B0302.2 B0302.2 B0302.2 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_510782]
127 -109 1e-06 300 7 1 8 [+] picture button
B0310.4 B0310.4 B0310.4 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_508111]
53 -60 1e-06 300 3 1 2 [+] picture button
B0524.4 B0524.4 B0524.4 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_497471]
77 -96 1e-06 300 5 1 3 [+] picture button
C29F5.5 C29F5.5 C29F5.5 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_495264]
68 -27 1e-06 300 4 1 1 [+] picture button
srt-4 C29G2.4 Serpentine Receptor, class T family member (srt-4) [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_503706]
70 -59 1e-06 300 4 1 4 [+] picture button
C37A2.3 C37A2.3 C37A2.3 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_491942]
108 -110 1e-06 300 6 1 10 [+] picture button
C46E10.2 C46E10.2 C46E10.2 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_494630]
68 -84 1e-06 300 4 1 2 [+] picture button
C48D1.5 C48D1.5 NOT ANNOTATED
108 -109 1e-06 300 6 1 4 [+] picture button
C53C11.4 C53C11.4 C53C11.4 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_510809]
53 -57 1e-06 300 3 1 2 [+] picture button
E02C12.11 E02C12.11 E02C12.11 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_505431]
51 -39 1e-06 300 3 1 1 [+] picture button
F02E11.5 F02E11.5 F02E11.5 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_494496]
88 -94 1e-06 300 5 1 5 [+] picture button
F08G2.8 F08G2.8 F08G2.8 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_496904]
71 -62 1e-06 300 4 1 3 [+] picture button
F20B6.5 F20B6.5 F20B6.5 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_508713]
99 -91 1e-06 300 6 1 6 [+] picture button
F28B1.1 F28B1.1 F28B1.1 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_507316]
77 -66 1e-06 300 4 1 2 [+] picture button
F33H12.6 F33H12.6 F33H12.6 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_494302]
86 -87 1e-06 300 5 1 4 [+] picture button
phy-2 F35G2.4.2 Prolyl 4-hydroxylase subunit alpha-2 precursor (EC 1.14.11.2) (4-PH alpha-2) (Procollagen-proline,2-oxoglutarate-4-dioxygenase alpha-2 subunit). [Source:Uniprot/SWISSPROT;Acc:Q20065]
159 -163 1e-06 300 9 1 13 [+] picture button
F59B1.6 F59B1.6 F59B1.6 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_504019]
85 -57 1e-06 300 5 1 2 [+] picture button
F59H6.5 F59H6.5 F59H6.5 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_494149]
87 -86 1e-06 300 5 1 4 [+] picture button
srv-22 H04M03.9 Serpentine Receptor, class V family member (srv-22) [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_500881]
81 -78 1e-06 300 5 1 2 [+] picture button
K04F1.7 K04F1.7 K04F1.7 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_503476]
78 -71 1e-06 300 5 1 4 [+] picture button
coq-6 K07B1.2 coq-6 encodes a putative flavin-dependent aromatic-ring monooxygenase, homologous to yeast COQ6. COQ-6 is required for ubiquinone (coenzyme Q9) biosynthesis and for normally short lifespan. coq-6(RNAi) animals have reduced levels of coenzyme Q9 and superoxide, and have abnormally long lifespans. [Source: WormBase]
140 -167 1e-06 300 8 1 3 [+] picture button
K10C9.3 K10C9.3 K10C9.3 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_503370]
169 -174 1e-06 300 9 2 18 [+] picture button
K12D9.1 K12D9.1 K12D9.1 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_503823]
123 -125 1e-06 300 7 1 10 [+] picture button
M01G12.2 M01G12.2 M01G12.2 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_493067]
108 -108 1e-06 300 6 1 7 [+] picture button
M70.1 M70.1 M70.1 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_500182]
119 -76 1e-06 300 7 1 2 [+] picture button
R08C7.6 R08C7.6 R08C7.6 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_500560]
193 -182 1e-06 300 11 1 12 [+] picture button
R102.10 R102.10 R102.10 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_001023338]
108 -109 1e-06 300 6 1 9 [+] picture button
T02B11.3 T02B11.3b T02B11.3a [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_503346]
133 -179 1e-06 457 8 1 4 [+] picture button
T02H6.2 T02H6.2 T02H6.2 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_493796]
73 -61 1e-06 300 4 1 4 [+] picture button
sru-19 T04A11.8 Serpentine Receptor, class U family member (sru-19) [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_502392]
114 -82 1e-06 300 7 1 5 [+] picture button
T07D3.4 T07D3.4 T07D3.4 is orthologous to the human gene FUKUTIN (FCMD. OMIM:253800), which when mutated leads to disease. [Source: WormBase]
90 -127 1e-06 300 5 1 11 [+] picture button
T14B1.1 T14B1.1.3 T14B1.1 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_509627]
108 -109 1e-06 300 6 1 7 [+] picture button
srh-73 T21B4.14 Serpentine Receptor, class H family member (srh-73) [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_496670]
102 -144 1e-06 300 6 1 7 [+] picture button
T25D1.2 T25D1.2 T25D1.2 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_510678]
120 -97 1e-06 300 7 1 7 [+] picture button
T26E3.1 T26E3.1 T26E3.1 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_493210]
152 -152 1e-06 300 9 1 8 [+] picture button
W03F11.3 W03F11.3 W03F11.3 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_490944]
120 -95 1e-06 300 7 1 4 [+] picture button
W04A4.3 W04A4.3 W04A4.3 [Source:RefSeq_peptide;Acc:NP_493398]
139 -164 1e-06 300 8 1 7 [+] picture button

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