Provides privilege to the user to customize the result by choosing the target prediction method and confidence level for mining associations between cancer causing miRNAs. CAMi-Finder is a resource for human cancer miRNA associations. It provides two types of functionalities: (i) showing all the validated cancer-miRNA relationship with a mouse-click; and (ii) predicts novel cancer-miRNA relationships by mining predicted miRNA-target genes. It provides an easy submission interface through which scientists can submit new, validated cancer-miRNA associations by filling the fields given in the `New Submission' form.
Gathers data about associations between Alzheimer’s disease (AD) related miRNAs and bioactive small molecules. SmiRN-AD allows users to find information by miRNA or the small molecule. The database permits to visualize the stem-loop structure of primary miRNAs, the corresponding p-values, the associated small molecules and the consistently differentially expressed target genes. Each search query can return an illustration of the miRNA and small molecule associations.
Provides a platform with various multidimensional information for modeling animal diseases. VetBioBase collects datasets of microRNAs (miRNA), annotations, and other biomarkers of various infectious, genetic and metabolic diseases. This repository contains tools and programs designed to facilitate data mining and to bring data analysis guidance. The species represented in this platform are cow, pig, chicken, horse and dog.
Allows comparative genomic analyses of miRNA sequencing data derived from more than 9500 cancer patients tissue samples available in the Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA). OMCD is an online repository that contains several associated clinical information and allows users to browse them by organ-specific terms common to the TCGA. Moreover, it permits several operations: (1) displaying TCGA miRNA sequencing data; (2) exploring miRNA clusters across cancer types; and (3) statistical analysis of differentially expressed miRNAs for each cancer type.
Provides precise data about the associations between heart diseases (HDs) and non-coding RNAs (ncRNAs) from a variety of sources. HDncRNA is a database including two search methods, (i) a global search, in which users can input target information by texting any keywords such as species, disease name, ncRNA type, ncRNA name, in the search bar and (ii) a detailed search, in which three conditions are provided for users to get precise information.
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