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RefDIC / Reference genomics Database of Immune Cells
An open-access database of quantitative mRNA and protein profiles specifically for immune cells and tissues. The database currently contains: (i) quantitative mRNA profiles for human and mouse immune cells/tissues obtained using Affymetrix GeneChip technology; (ii) quantitative protein profiles for mouse immune cells obtained using two-dimensional gel electrophoresis (2-DE) followed by image analysis and mass spectrometry and (iii) various visualization tools to cross-reference the mRNA and protein profiles of immune cells.
JingleBells
Facilitates the reutilization of immune-related scRNA-seq datasets ready for analysis and visualization of reads at the single-cell level. JingleBells provides data of publicly available immune-related scRNA-seq datasets. It contains alignments between the reads to the relevant genome and conserved them in a uniform format, annotated for cell of origin. The database can help the user to estimate cell-specific preferences for splicing, mutation load, or alleles in a gene thank to the visualization of the reads aligned to this gene.
RNAimmuno
A database designed to collect the published data regarding the nonspecific immunological effects of reagents (e.g., siRNAs, shRNAs, sh-miRs, and anti-miRs) observed in investigated cell lines and model organisms. RNAimmuno is also designed to be the comprehensive source of knowledge regarding different aspects of these immunological off-target effects. Currently, the database contains more than 2000 records, most of which describe the effects caused by various siRNA reagents.
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