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miRBase Tracker

Keeps track of all historical and current miRNA annotation present in the miRBase database. Three functionalities allow researchers to keep their miRNA annotation up-to-date, reannotate analytical miRNA platforms and link published results with outdated annotation to the latest miRBase release. With a miRNA history query, the user gets an overview of the annotation changes of any mature or precursor miRNA of interest throughout the different miRBase releases. The miRBase release comparison query option compares any two miRBase releases for both mature and precursor miRNAs within any species. Users get an overview showing which miRNA records were added, removed, changed or remained unchanged, along with summarizing statistics.

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miRBase Tracker specifications

Restrictions to use:
None
Community driven:
No
User data submission:
Not allowed
Database management system:
MySQL
Data access:
Browse
Maintained:
Yes

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Maintainer

  • Jo Vandesompele <>

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Institution(s)

Center for Medical Genetics Ghent, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium

Funding source(s)

Belgian Foundation against Cancer; an Emmanuel van der Schueren research grant from the Flemish League against Cancer; PhD grants from the Ghent University (BOF 01D35609, BOF 01D02210); a PhD grant from the Institute of Innovation by Science and Technology in Flanders; a postdoctoral grant from Ghent University (BOF12/PDO/067); Fund for Scientific Research Flanders; the Fournier-Majoie Foundation and Multidisciplinary Research Partnership Bioinformatics: From Nucleotides to Networks Project of Ghent University

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