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    MicroRNAs (miRNAs or miRs) are non-coding RNAs. Studies have shown that miRNAs are expressed aberrantly in stroke. The miR1 enhances ischemic damage, and a previous study has demonstrated that reduction of miR1 level has a neuroprotective effect on the Middle Cerebral Artery Occlusion (MCAO). Since apoptosis is one of the important processes in neural protection, the possible effect of miR1 on this pathway has been tested in this study. Post-ischemic administration of miR1 antagomir reduces infarct volume via bcl-w and bad expression. Rats were divided into four experimental groups: sham, control, positive control, and antagomir treatment group. One hour after MCAO surgery, the rats were received intravenously (Tail vein) 0.1 mL Normal Saline (NS), 0.1 mL rapamycin, and 300 pmol/g miR1 antagomir (soluble in 0.1 mL normal saline) in control, positive control, and treatment group, respectively. Twenty-four hours after reperfusion infarct volume was measured. The expression of miR1, bcl-w, and bad were analyzed using real-time PCR in sham, control, and treated groups. Our results indicate that administration of miR1 antagomir reduces infarct volume significantly, it also decreases miR1 and bad expression while increases bcl-w expression. Understanding the precise neuroprotective mechanism of miR1 antagomir can make it a proper treatment and an innovative approach for stroke therapy. Copyright© 2020 Iranian Neuroscience Society.

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    Anis Talebi, Mehdi Rahnema, Mohammad Reza Bigdeli. The Positive Effect of MiR1 Antagomir on Ischemic Neurological Disorders Via Changing the Expression of Bcl-w and Bad Genes. Basic and clinical neuroscience. 2020 Nov-Dec;11(6):811-820


    PMID: 33850618

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