The MIT/ICBP siRNA Database

RNA Type: siRNA
Overview: The MIT/ICBP siRNA Database is a repository of validated siRNAs and their target genes, with an emphasis on genes potentially involved in cancer. By the website, it is possible to submit siRNA sequences.
Search Methods:
  • Keyword: search by gene name.
  • Tabular: search by target gene, NCBI Probe, miRNA knockdown and protein knockdown (in human/mouse reactive options).
Source: Sequences designed by MIT researchers (Qiagen, Greg Hannon and Steve Elledge) and tested (by Natasha Caplen's group and the ICBP/CGAP programs, both from NCI).
Information Source: Experimental.
Information Content: Annotation, Cancer, Cell line, Cell type, Gene, mRNA knockdown, Probe, Protein knockdown, Sequence, Target gene.
Reference: Unpublished
PubmedID: Not Found
Year: 2007
Multiple search: No
Download: No
Genomic Overview: No
Organism: Homo sapiens (Human), Mus musculus (House Mouse).

June 2018: Release 3.0