RNAcentral is a free, public resource that offers integrated access to a comprehensive and up-to-date set of non-coding RNA sequences provided by a collaborating group of Expert Databases representing a broad range of organisms and RNA types.
The sequences are mapped to reference genomes from more than 250 species using blat. You can use a genome browser to browse all mapped sequences, view individual sequences in their genomic context, or download genome coordinates in several formats. More →
We import modified nucleotides from Modomics and PDB, miRNA targets from TarBase, and Gene Ontology annotations from QuickGO. All sequences are annotated with Rfam models to provide warnings and additional information. We also provide secondary structure diagrams for a wide range of RNA types.
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