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TSmiR | Genome-wide survey of tissue-specific microRNA and transcription factor regulatory networks in 12 tissues


A web-searchable database which provides information on interaction maps of transcription factor (TF) and tissue-specific (TS) miRNAs from experimentally validated and predicted data. TSmiR covers 116 TS miRNAs, 101 transcription factors and 2,347 TF-miRNAs regulatory relations in 12 tissues. Furthermore, experimentally validated expression data of TF and TS miRNA was also collected. The user can use the “search-by keyword” or “search-by category” function to retrieve the TF-TS miRNA regulatory relations. In addition to browsing TSmiR, there is a “browse” button at the top of the web page which allows users to explore TSmiR by clicking 12 different tissues.

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TSmiR specifications

Unique identifier:
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Data access:
File download, Browse
Tissue Specific miRNA database
Community driven:
User data submission:
Not allowed

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  • Lili Xiong <>


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School of Life Sciences and Bioengineering, Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu, China; Department of Biology, Lakehead University, Oliver Road, Thunder Bay, ON, Canada

Funding source(s)

This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No.31200999), and the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities (No. 2682014CX049).

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