(1) gene nameHMGA2(ENSG00000149948)(protein_coding)
ceRNA NameTGFBR3(ENSG00000069702)(protein_coding)
Rank673
pValue0.0318226
FDR0.377947
totalMirNum153
totalGeneNum7993
common miRNAs(14)let-7/98/4458/4500   miR-103a/107/107ab   miR-15abc/16/16abc/195/322/424/497/1907   miR-181abcd/4262   miR-182   
miR-186   miR-196abc   miR-202-3p   miR-23abc/23b-3p   miR-376abd/376b-3p   
miR-376c/741-5p   miR-488   miR-495/1192   miR-590-3p   
HMGA2 with miRNAs(36)let-7/98/4458/4500   miR-103a/107/107ab   miR-128/128ab   miR-129-5p/129ab-5p   miR-132/212/212-3p   
miR-142-3p   miR-148ab-3p/152   miR-154/872   miR-15abc/16/16abc/195/322/424/497/1907   miR-17/17-5p/20ab/20b-5p/93/106ab/427/518a-3p/519d   
miR-181abcd/4262   miR-182   miR-185/882/3473/4306/4644   miR-186   miR-190/190ab   
miR-196abc   miR-202-3p   miR-23abc/23b-3p   miR-26ab/1297/4465   miR-329/329ab/362-3p   
miR-33a-3p/365/365-3p   miR-33ab/33-5p   miR-361-5p   miR-370   miR-376abd/376b-3p   
miR-376c/741-5p   miR-485-5p/1698/1703/1962   miR-488   miR-490-3p   miR-491-5p   
miR-495/1192   miR-539/539-5p   miR-543   miR-590-3p   miR-9/9ab   
miR-93/93a/105/106a/291a-3p/294/295/302abcde/372/373/428/519a/520be/520acd-3p/1378/1420ac   
TGFBR3 with miRNAs(39)let-7/98/4458/4500   miR-101/101ab   miR-103a/107/107ab   miR-10abc/10a-5p   miR-125a-3p/1554   
miR-125a-5p/125b-5p/351/670/4319   miR-138/138ab   miR-139-5p   miR-15abc/16/16abc/195/322/424/497/1907   miR-181abcd/4262   
miR-182   miR-186   miR-18ab/4735-3p   miR-193/193b/193a-3p   miR-194   
miR-196abc   miR-19ab   miR-1ab/206/613   miR-200bc/429/548a   miR-202-3p   
miR-21/590-5p   miR-216a   miR-216b/216b-5p   miR-219-5p/508/508-3p/4782-3p   miR-223   
miR-23abc/23b-3p   miR-27abc/27a-3p   miR-300/381/539-3p   miR-30abcdef/30abe-5p/384-5p   miR-339b/339-5p/3586-5p   
miR-340-5p   miR-376abd/376b-3p   miR-376c/741-5p   miR-382   miR-455-5p   
miR-488   miR-494   miR-495/1192   miR-590-3p   
      



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