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miRNA Databases

EpimiRBase is a manually curated databasefor researchers interested in the role of microRNAs in epilepsy. The fully-searchable database includes information on up- and downregulated microRNAs in the brain and blood, as well as functional studies, and covers both rodent models and human epilepsy.

Homepage: Link

Last Software Update: Dec. 17, 2015
Publication Date: Jan. 8, 2016
Citations: 25 [via Pubmed]

Organism Specific:
  • human
  • mouse
  • rat

  • Reference Genome Needed:
    Online/Local: /
    Installation/User Level: easy
    User Adjustability:
    User support:
    Precomputed Target Results Available For Download:
  • miRBase
  • PubMed
  • miRTarBase
  • MirGenDB
  • DIANA-TarBase

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

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