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As essential transfer carriers for cell-to-cell communication and genetic material, exosomes carry microRNAs that participate in the regulation of various biological processes. MicroRNA is a type of single-stranded noncoding RNA that can bind to specific target gene mRNA to degrade or inhibit its translation, thereby regulating the expression of related target genes. At present, it is known that a variety of microRNAs are involved in the viral infection process, but there are few reports ondoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-231513/v1 fatcat:gta2hibzprg5fltp433i44fckm