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miRNA Databases

oncomiRDB database aimes at annotating the experimentally verified oncogenic and tumor-suppressive miRNAs from literature. This database only collects items having direct functional evidences: 1) the miRNA regulates at least one cancer-related phenotype or cellular process (such as proliferation, apoptosis, migration and invasion, senescence and cell cycle regulation); or 2) the miRNA directly regulates at least one oncogenic or tumor-suppressive gene verified by luciferase reporter assay.

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Last Software Update: Jan. 6, 2014
Publication Date: March 20, 2014
Citations: 54 [via Pubmed]

Organism Specific:
  • human

  • Reference Genome Needed:
    Online/Local: /
    Installation/User Level: easy
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    User support:
    Precomputed Target Results Available For Download:
  • PubMed
  • miRBase
  • NCBI
  • miRCancer
  • PhenomiR
  • miR2Disease

  • miRNA Databases
    Data Collection:
  • target experimental
  • diseases/pathways
  • literature mining
  • miRNA expression

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