Homo sapiens SNORD126 snoRNA. This C/D box snoRNA was discovered by Yang et al. (2006) with snoSeeker. It is conserved among mammalian species in the same host gene. In platypus and opossum, this HG contains two SNORD126 paralogs. Compared to rat, the mouse CCNB1IP1 gene presents a 913bp deletion that encompasses an ID sequence, a non-coding exon of the CCNB1IP1 gene, and the snoRNA sequence. The human SNORD126 sequence largely overlaps the microRNA hsa-mir-1201. However, the conservation of the C, D' and D boxes suggests that it is a genuine snoRNA.