miRNA databases - (Sep/14/2005 )
I posted these in another topic, but I thought they may be very useful here. Besides mirBase by the Sanger Center, the following are fairly extensive efforts as well. You'lll have to copy and paste the urls, sorry...
http://www.diana.pcbi.upenn.edu/ - the Tarbase is the db I was describing that had experimentally confirmed targets (scroll down the page)
http://genes.mit.edu/targetscan/ - target prediction
http://pictar.bio.nyu.edu/ - target prediction
Hope its useful.
http://bioinfo3.noble.org/miRNA/miRU.htm target prediction for plant
two ncRNA databases: :)
mammalian Non-coding RNA database
is a brand-new database of all kinds of noncoding RNAs (except tRNAs and rRNAs). It is distinguished from other ncRNA databases by:
1.The data amount of NONCODE is big, and almost all traditional ncRNA classes are included.
2.All the sequences are confirmed by consulting the references manually, more than 80% data are from experiments.
3.We introduced a new classification system--process function classification system, which based on the cellular process it takes part in.
4.NONCODE also provides an efficient search option, allowing recovery of sequence, related publications and other information.
Hello to all ... my first post here :-)
One of the best around:
MicroRNA Expression database: