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This review summarizes the current knowledge linking cancer and neuro-degenerative diseases to dysregulation of microRNA network following pesticide exposure. Most findings revealed differential miRNA expression targeting biomolecules and pathways involved in various neoplastic localizations and neurodegenerative diseases. A growing body of evidence in recent literature indicates that alteration of specific miRNAs can represent an early biomarker of disease following exposure to chemicaldoi:10.1016/j.toxrep.2020.05.003 pmid:32612936 pmcid:PMC7322123 fatcat:eucmojt2bnd3limdanwkyvdori