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Table 3 List of the sex associated known miRNAs

From: Deep sequencing of small RNA facilitates tissue and sex associated microRNA discovery in zebrafish

Male Brain Female Brain Male Gut Female Gut Male Liver Female Liver Testis Ovary
dre-miR-133c dre-miR-96 dre-miR-2190 dre-miR-34c dre-miR-7a dre-let-7a dre-let-7a dre-miR-18a
dre-miR-190b    dre-miR-122 dre-miR-9-5p dre-let-7b dre-let-7c dre-miR-18b-3p
dre-miR-375    dre-miR-148 dre-miR-129-5p dre-let-7f dre-let-7d dre-miR-19a-3p
dre-miR-499    dre-miR-430a dre-miR-130c dre-let-7g dre-let-7f dre-miR-19a-5p
dre-miR-726    dre-miR-430b dre-miR-138 dre-let-7h dre-let-7g dre-miR-19b-3p
dre-miR-735    dre-miR-430c dre-miR-196a dre-miR-15a-5p dre-let-7j dre-miR-27c-3p
dre-miR-738     dre-miR-196b dre-miR-16a dre-miR-7a dre-miR-34a
dre-miR-2190     dre-miR-196c dre-miR-16b dre-miR-16b dre-miR-34b
     dre-miR-196d dre-miR-17a-5p dre-miR-92a dre-miR-34c
     dre-miR-203a dre-miR-34c dre-miR-92b dre-miR-122
     dre-miR-203b-3p dre-miR-148 dre-miR-96 dre-miR-126a-3p
     dre-miR-203b-5p dre-miR-152 dre-miR-125a dre-miR-126b-3p
     dre-miR-205 dre-miR-430a dre-miR-125b dre-miR-135a
     dre-miR-725 dre-miR-430b dre-miR-132-3p dre-miR-135c
     dre-miR-738 dre-miR-430c dre-miR-132-5p dre-miR-146a
     dre-miR-2190 dre-miR-456 dre-miR-150 dre-miR-184
      dre-miR-458 dre-miR-153a dre-miR-192
      dre-miR-729 dre-miR-196a dre-miR-194a
       dre-miR-196b dre-miR-194b
       dre-miR-196c dre-miR-200a
       dre-miR-196d dre-miR-203a
       dre-miR-212 dre-miR-206
       dre-miR-460-3p dre-miR-216a
       dre-miR-489 dre-miR-218a
       dre-miR-499 dre-miR-430a
       dre-miR-723-3p dre-miR-430b
       dre-miR-735 dre-miR-430c
       dre-miR-2187-5p dre-miR-459-3p
       dre-miR-2189 dre-miR-459-5p
        dre-miR-727-5p
        dre-miR-738
        dre-miR-2185-5p
        dre-miR-2188-5p
        dre-miR-2190
  1. The liver had the highest number of sex associated miRNAs (34). The sex associated miRNAs are placed into two separate columns for the male and female counterparts, representing the male/female tissue in which it is up-regulated. Highlighted in bold font are the common sex associated miRNAs in at least three comparisons