MicroRNA name translation software tools | Non-coding RNA data analysis
The miRBase database is the central and official repository for miRNAs and the current release is miRBase version 21.0. Name changes in different miRBase releases cause inconsistencies in miRNA names from version to version. When working with only a small number of miRNAs the translation can be done manually. However, with large sets of miRNAs, the necessary correction of such inconsistencies becomes burdensome and error-prone.
An R package developed for handling naming challenges of mature miRNAs. miRNAmeConverter delivers results in a fast and transparent way. Its main functions are to check for validity of mature miRNA names, to determine the most likely miRBase version of a given set of miRNAs and to translate mature miRNA names to different versions (including sequences). A web interface enables users less familiar with R to translate miRNA names given in form of a list or embedded in text and download of the results.
Allows to retrieve a set of additional sequences at left and at right from the miRNA binding site located in coding sequences (CDS) of mRNA and translate this nucleotide fragment in open reading frame (ORF). TmiROSite is a script for the robust and fast extraction of nucleotide sequences for miRNA binding sites with their encoded amino acid residue sequences. The accuracy of this script is planned for improvement with the possible addition of binding site specific features.
Processes a huge number of miRNAs in short time without any other depends. miRBaseConverter is a comprehensive tool for the miRNA information retrieval and conversion in miRBase versions. This resource is designed for converting and retrieving the definition of miRNAs (Names, Accession IDs, Sequences, Families and others) in miRBase different versions.
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