I have sequenced small RNA and predicted novel miRNAs in sheep, but the tool I used takes known miRNAs from miRBase. The problem is that that database has not been updated since 2014 and in that time many new miRNAs have been found in sheep. So I wondered were else were those miRNA submited to. In ensembl, for instance, I only find around 100 miRNAs with a name (similar to miRBase) and around 1000 predicted in silico and without any name. This is important because I need to know if my ''novel'' miRNAs are really novel or not.
Question: Where can be found all the annotated miRNAs from a species?
9 weeks ago by
Martin B. • 10
Martin B. • 10 wrote:
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