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Table 3 Expression levels of exogenous plant miRNAs in common plant foods

From: Role of plant MicroRNA in cross-species regulatory networks of humans

Exogenous miRNAs Brassica napus Glycine max Oryza sativa Sorghum bicolor Solanum lycopersicum Vitis vinifera Zea mays
miR156a 2.72E+05 3.09E+02 2.98E+03 2.08E+03 1.24E+03
miR156g 2.72E+05 1.34E+03 NA 1.78E+03 572
miR157a NA NA NA NA NA NA NA
miR157d NA NA NA NA NA NA NA
miR159a NA 5.91E+03 966 NA 8.02 6.41E+03
miR160a 1.32E+03 3.1 75.6 32.7 12.7
miR162a NA NA NA 1.04E+04 NA
miR164a 3.99E+03 81.3 1.81E+04 301 88
miR164c 3.41E+03 22.9 NA 1.24E+04 51.1
miR165a NA NA NA NA NA NA NA
miR166a 4.03E+04 643 2.92E+05 2.25E+04 8.00E+03
miR167a 1.51E+04 1.66E+03 1.42E+04 1.34E+03 1.29E+03
miR167d 1.57E+04 3.02E+03 NA 548 180
miR168a 3.58E+05 NA NA 1.47E+05
miR169a 8.17E+03 387 47.4 23 318
miR169b 9.83E+03 120 NA 4.59 58.8
miR169h NA NA NA NA 104 NA
miR171a 3.24E+03 12.3 206 212
miR171c 2.71E+03 NA 85.3 536 17
miR172a 1.72E+04 6.44E+03 1.27E+04 8.6 73.3
miR172c 1.48E+04 91.3 NA 3.21E+03 5.28E+03
miR390a NA NA 2.83E+03 NA 236
miR394a NA 155 NA 145 56.9
miR397a 827 NA NA 1.25E+03 NA
miR408 NA NA 790 8.50E+03 NA 1.69E+03 NA
  1. Here the numbers represent the reads per million; “√” means that the miRNA is found in the species but its expression level is unavailable; ‘NA’ means that there is no evident to support this miRNA