Natural antisense transcript databases | Non-coding RNA data analysis
Natural antisense transcripts (NATs) are reverse complementary at least in part to the sequences of other endogenous sense transcripts. Most NATs are transcribed from opposite strands of their sense partners. They regulate sense genes at multiple levels and are implicated in various diseases.
Enables efficient browsing, searching and downloading of this currently most comprehensive collection of SA genes, grouped into six classes based on their overlapping patterns. NATsDB also includes non-exon-overlapping bidirectional (NOB) genes and non-bidirectional (NBD) genes. To facilitate the study of functions, regulations and possible pathological implications, NATsDB includes extensive information about gene structures, poly(A) signals and tails, phastCons conservation, homologues in other species, repeat elements, expressed sequence tag (EST) expression profiles and OMIM disease association.
A database of natural antisense transcripts(NAT) in all kinds of eukaryote organisms. Now there are more than 20,000 public NATs from 12 organisms, which are received from references and later manually curated in a unitive format.
A database of trans-sense/antisense pairs (trans-SAs). Trans-SAMap offers not only candidates for further experiments but also important clues to the function and evolution of trans-SAs in multiple animal species.
A platform for annotating and discovering NATs by integrating various data sources. PlantNATsDB also provides an integrative, interactive and information-rich web graphical interface to display multidimensional data, and facilitate plant research community and the discovery of functional NATs.