A manually curated database containing a unified description of all published chromothripsis cases and relevant genomic aberrations. Currently, 423 chromothripsis samples representing 107 research articles are included in our database. The data-browsing interface allows researchers to browse the database by studies. Clicking on the article title leads to a page that includes a table with detailed information of the study and a visualization of chromothripsis cases. ChromothripsisDB represents an extraordinary resource for mining the existing knowledge of chromothripsis, and will facilitate the identification of mechanisms involved in this phenomenon.