- Search Result
- Database Details
RNA Type: Multiple classes
Overview: The Functional RNA Database (fRNAdb) is a collection of non-coding RNAs obtained from public resources, including different transcriptome projects. It also provides an UCSC Genome Browser mirror of non-coding elements data.
- Similarity: search sequences using the BLAST program.
- Keyword: search by ncRNA type (e.g. miRNA, snoRNA) and other keywords such as disease, organism and tissue (e.g. "miRNA oncogene human").
- Tabular: search by catalog item (e.g. Length, Data source, Sequence Ontology, Taxonomy, MicroArray, OMIM, Disease, Anatomy, Biological Process, Molecular Function, Cellular Component or RNA Name).
Source: H-invDB, FANTOM3, miRBase, NONCODE, Rfam, RNAdb and snoRNA-LBME-db, NCBI GEO and Sequence Ontology.
Information Source: Experimental, In silico annotation.
Information Content: Annotation, Biological Process, Cellular Component, Disease, Expression, Molecular Function, RNA Name, Sequence, Taxonomy, Tissue.
Reference: Kin et al., 2007; Mituyama et al., 2009
PubmedID: 17099231, 18948287.
Multiple search: No
Download: BED, GTF, PSL, FASTA, Other.
Genomic Overview: No