Ssa miRNAs DB Edit

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Basic information
Short name Ssa miRNAs DB
Full name Online repository of in silico predicted miRNAs in Salmo salar
Description Ssa miRNAs DB is an online repository that contains information relative to miRNAs predicted in silico on Atlantic Salmon sequences from Unigene database of GenBank, GRASP and Gene Index.
URL http://www.molgenv.com/ssa_mirnas_db_home.php
Year founded 2012
Last update & version
Availability Free to all users
Contact information
University/Institution hosted Santiago de Chile University
Address
City
Province/State
Country/Region Chile
Contact name Rodrigo Vidal
Contact email ruben.vidal@usach.cl
Data information
Object(s)
  • Animal
Data type(s)
  • RNA
Data Category/Categories
  • Gene genome and annotation
Major organism(s)
  • Salmo salar
Keyword(s)
  • microRNA
  • Atlantic salmon
Publications
  • Ssa miRNAs DB: Online repository of in silico predicted miRNAs in Salmo salar.[PMID: 22493538]
    Daniela Reyes, Victoria Cepeda, Ruth González, Rodrigo Vidal,

    The Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) is a very valuable commercial salmonid species. As with other aquaculture species, intensive aquaculture of Atlantic salmon often faces disease problems especially in early life stages which can limit stable production of the species. 'Ssa miRNAs DB', a bioinformatics and manually curated database, aims at providing a comprehensive resource of microRNA in Altantic salmon, with a user friendly interface for a convenient retrieval of each entry by microRNA ID or target gene. The current version of Ssa miRNAs DB involved the prediction of 41 and 266 homologous and novel microRNAs, respectively.
    AVAILABILITY: The database is available for free at http://www.molgenv.com/ssa_mirnas_db_home.php.

    Bioinformation 2012:8(6)

    3 Citations (from Europe PMC, 2018-10-12)

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  • Created on: 2018-01-29
    • Ma Lina [2018-05-17]
    • wang pei [2018-02-24]

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