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Table 1 A summary of the reviewed studies on secretory bacterial sRNAs

From: Secretory and circulating bacterial small RNAs: a mini-review of the literature

Origin Secretion Remark Reference
Escherichia coli substrain MG1655 OMVs The first detailed study on the secretory sRNA of Escherichia coli [15]
Vibrio cholerae OMVs Transcribed from intergenic regions [16]
Pseudomonas aeruginosa OMVs sRNA52320 targets host’s immune response gene [17]
Uropathogenic Escherichia coli strain 536 OMVs sRNAs can be transferred into epithelial cells [18]
Group A Streptococcus MVs From Gram-positive bacteria, miRNA-sized [21]
Streptococcus sanguinis MVs From Gram-positive bacteria, miRNA-sized [25]
Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans, Porphyromonas gingivalis, and Treponema denticola OMVs From periodontal pathogens, miRNA-sized [19]
Salmonella Undetermined Sal-1 targets iNOS in a miRNA-like manner [26, 27]
Phylum Firmicutes Circulation Gut microbiome [38]
Genera Escherichia and Acinetobacter Circulation Gut microbiome [39]
Phylum Proteobacteria Circulation Gut microbiome [36]
Mycobacterium tuberculosis Culture supernatant and circulation ASdes is detectable in the plasma from active tuberculosis patients [41]