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MeT-DB: a database of transcriptome methylation in mammalian cells.

Liu H, Flores MA, Meng J, Zhang L, Zhao X, Rao MK, Chen Y, Huang Y - Nucleic Acids Res. (2014)

Bottom Line: MeT-DB also includes the binding site data of microRNA, splicing factor and RNA binding proteins in the browser window for comparison with m(6)A sites and for exploring the potential functions of m(6)A.A global perspective of the genome-wide distribution of m(6)A methylation in all the data is provided in circular ideograms, which also act as a navigation portal.The query results and the entire data set can be exported to assist publication and additional analysis.

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Affiliation: School of Information and Electrical Engineering, China University of Mining and Technology, Xuzhou, Jiangsu 221116, China.

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Overall design of MeT-DB database. MeT-DB includes all public available mammalian MeRIP-Seq data sets for RNA methylation sites predicted using exomePeak and MACS2 algorithms. Other related data including binding sites of miRNAs, splicing factors, and RNA binding proteins as well as gene expression profiles were also integrated. MeT-DB also includes an internal genome browser to facilitate data query, visualization, analysis and export.
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Figure 1: Overall design of MeT-DB database. MeT-DB includes all public available mammalian MeRIP-Seq data sets for RNA methylation sites predicted using exomePeak and MACS2 algorithms. Other related data including binding sites of miRNAs, splicing factors, and RNA binding proteins as well as gene expression profiles were also integrated. MeT-DB also includes an internal genome browser to facilitate data query, visualization, analysis and export.

Mentions: A schematic diagram illustrating data sets and functionality of MeT-DB is shown in Figure 1. Currently, MeT-DB includes MeRIP-Seq and other related data for human (UCSC hg19) and mouse (UCSC mm9).


MeT-DB: a database of transcriptome methylation in mammalian cells.

Liu H, Flores MA, Meng J, Zhang L, Zhao X, Rao MK, Chen Y, Huang Y - Nucleic Acids Res. (2014)

Overall design of MeT-DB database. MeT-DB includes all public available mammalian MeRIP-Seq data sets for RNA methylation sites predicted using exomePeak and MACS2 algorithms. Other related data including binding sites of miRNAs, splicing factors, and RNA binding proteins as well as gene expression profiles were also integrated. MeT-DB also includes an internal genome browser to facilitate data query, visualization, analysis and export.
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Figure 1: Overall design of MeT-DB database. MeT-DB includes all public available mammalian MeRIP-Seq data sets for RNA methylation sites predicted using exomePeak and MACS2 algorithms. Other related data including binding sites of miRNAs, splicing factors, and RNA binding proteins as well as gene expression profiles were also integrated. MeT-DB also includes an internal genome browser to facilitate data query, visualization, analysis and export.
Mentions: A schematic diagram illustrating data sets and functionality of MeT-DB is shown in Figure 1. Currently, MeT-DB includes MeRIP-Seq and other related data for human (UCSC hg19) and mouse (UCSC mm9).

Bottom Line: MeT-DB also includes the binding site data of microRNA, splicing factor and RNA binding proteins in the browser window for comparison with m(6)A sites and for exploring the potential functions of m(6)A.A global perspective of the genome-wide distribution of m(6)A methylation in all the data is provided in circular ideograms, which also act as a navigation portal.The query results and the entire data set can be exported to assist publication and additional analysis.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: School of Information and Electrical Engineering, China University of Mining and Technology, Xuzhou, Jiangsu 221116, China.

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Related in: MedlinePlus