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Comparative Genomics Analysis of MicroRNA

MicroRNAs are a family of endogenous small non-coding RNAs with a length of approximately 21-25 nucleotides, which are usually highly conserved and predicted to regulate a large number of transcripts. CoGeMiR is a publicily available microRNA-centered database whose aim is to offer an overview of the conservation of microRNAs during evolution in different animal species. This database collects information on genomic location, conservation and expression data of both known and predicted microRNAs. For details, please visit our Help page.

To cite:
CoGemiR: a comparative genomics microRNA database
Vincenza Maselli, Diego Di Bernardo and Sandro Banfi
BMC Genomics 2008, 9:457 (6 October 2008)


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Release v1.2b June 2008
No Records = 5064
No CoGemiR Prediction = 188
No Species = 36
Data source = EnsEmbl v48 (Dec 2007)
miRBase 11.0 (Apr 2008)

microRNAs distribution
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