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The discovery of microRNAs (miRNAs), about a decade ago, has completely changed our understanding of the complexity of gene regulatory networks. It has already been shown that they are abundantly found in many organisms and can regulate hundreds of genes in post-transcriptional level. To elucidate the individual or co-operative effects of miRNAs, it is required to place them in the overall network of gene regulation and link them to other pathways and systems-level processes. One key step indoi:10.2174/157489311798072945 fatcat:cfojul2hszaq7oy2crc44fx56a