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The review presents a brief description of microRNA (miRNA), the mechanism of its formation and functioning. There are also analyzed literature data on miRNA role for diabetes mellitus development. There is generalized the information about participation of various miRNA in insulin production and secretion, tissue differentiation and proliferation, apoptosis genes activation. There is presented the evidence of superior role of miRNA in molecular processes.
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