Target Name: MIR885
NCBI ID: G100126334
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Other Name(s): microRNA 885 | mir-885 | hsa-mir-885 | MicroRNA 885 | hsa-miR-885-3p | hsa-miR-885-5p | MIRN885

MIR885: A Promising Drug Target and Biomarker


Advancements in the field of molecular biology have revolutionized the way diseases are perceived and treated. The discovery of various microRNAs (miRNAs) has opened new avenues for the development of novel diagnostic tools and therapeutic interventions. One such miRNA, MIR885, has gained considerable attention for its potential role as a drug target and biomarker. In this article, we will explore the characteristics of MIR885 and its significance in disease progression.

The Basics of MIR885

MIR885 is a non-coding RNA that belongs to the family of microRNAs. MicroRNAs are small RNA molecules that regulate gene expression by binding to messenger RNA (mRNA) molecules, ultimately leading to inhibition of protein translation or mRNA degradation. MIR885 is conserved across various species, indicating its functional importance in cellular processes.

Role as a Drug Target

The ability of MIR885 to modulate gene expression makes it an attractive candidate for drug development. By targeting MIR885, it is possible to influence multiple downstream pathways, thereby altering the disease phenotype. Researchers have demonstrated the potential of MIR885 as a drug target in various diseases, including cancer, cardiovascular disorders, and neurodegenerative diseases.

In cancer, aberrant expression of MIR885 has been observed in several tumor types. Studies have shown that MIR885 promotes tumor growth by inhibiting tumor suppressor genes or activating oncogenes. By developing therapeutics that specifically target MIR885, it is possible to disrupt these cancer-promoting pathways, thus slowing down tumor progression. Furthermore, MIR885 can also influence drug resistance in cancer cells, making it an attractive target for overcoming chemotherapy resistance.

Cardiovascular disorders, such as hypertension and atherosclerosis, have also been associated with dysregulation of MIR885. This miRNA has been shown to regulate genes involved in vascular smooth muscle cell proliferation, endothelial dysfunction, and inflammation. Targeting MIR885 in these diseases can potentially alleviate the symptoms and slow disease progression.

Neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, are characterized by the accumulation of misfolded proteins and neuronal loss. MIR885 has been implicated in modulating the expression of genes involved in protein homeostasis and neuronal survival. By targeting MIR885, it may be possible to restore protein homeostasis and protect neurons from degeneration.

MIR885 as a Biomarker

In addition to its potential as a drug target, MIR885 also holds promise as a biomarker for various diseases. Biomarkers are measurable indicators that provide information about a disease's presence, progression, or response to treatment. MIR885 has shown diagnostic and prognostic value in several diseases, making it a valuable tool for disease detection and monitoring.

In cancer, the expression levels of MIR885 have been found to correlate with tumor stage, grade, and patient survival. High expression of MIR885 has been associated with poorer prognosis, indicating its potential as a prognostic biomarker. Additionally, MIR885 can be detected in various body fluids, such as blood and urine, making it accessible for non-invasive diagnostic tests.

Similarly, in cardiovascular disorders, MIR885 levels have been found to be altered in patients compared to healthy individuals. Changes in MIR885 expression in response to treatment can serve as a measure of treatment efficacy and disease progression. This information can guide physicians in tailoring the treatment regimen to individual patients.

In neurodegenerative diseases, MIR885 levels have been found to be dysregulated in patient samples compared to healthy controls. The detection of MIR885 in cerebrospinal fluid or blood samples could act as an early diagnostic marker, enabling early intervention and potentially slowing disease progression.


MIR885 is a versatile molecule with the potential to serve as both a drug target and biomarker. Its ability to modulate gene expression makes it an attractive target for therapeutic development in various diseases. Furthermore, its diagnostic and prognostic value positions it as a valuable biomarker for disease detection and monitoring.

Further research and clinical studies are needed to fully understand the mechanisms by which MIR885 functions and to explore its therapeutic potential. With ongoing advancements in technology and the increasing knowledge of miRNA biology, the field holds great promise for the development of personalized medicine, where interventions are tailored to individual patients based on their unique miRNA profiles.

Protein Name: MicroRNA 885

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