| Please cite:|
Paraskevopoulou MD, Georgakilas G, Kostoulas N, Reczko M, Maragkakis M, Dalamagas TM, Hatzigeorgiou AG. DIANA-LncBase: experimentally verified and computationally predicted microRNA targets on long non-coding RNAs. Nucl. Acids Res. (2013) 41 (D1)
| COST / SeqAhead "Bioinformatics for non-coding RNA Analysis" Workshop|
30/6/2014 - 3/7/2014,Program / Registration / Scholarship Applications
LncBase hosts elaborated information for, both predicted and experimentally verified, miRNA-lncRNA interactions. The database consists of two distinct modules.
The Experimental Module contains detailed information for more than 5,000 interactions, between 2,958 lncRNAs and 120 miRNAs, ranging from miRNA and lncRNA related facts to information specific to their interaction, the experimental validation methodologies and their outcomes.
The Prediction Module, which is based on the latest version of DIANA-microT target prediction algorithm (DIANA-microT-CDS), contains detailed information for more than 10 million interactions, between 56,097 lncRNAs and 3,078 miRNAs, ranging from miRNA and lncRNA related details to specific information regarding their interaction sites, graphical representation of their binding and the predicted score. This module exhibits a unique feature for searching the database. Users are able to add genomic locations to their queries thus browsing every miRNA-lncRNA interaction that has at least one MRE located inside the queried locus.