I have a few hundred potential miRNAs as predicted by miRanalyzer for the dog genome. I am interested in finding proteins/potential binding sites. Software that I have found online either (A) only takes a single miRNA as input or (B) is designed with specific species (human, mouse, Drosophila) in mind. Does anyone have a reccomendation for miRNA target prediction that can handle an input file containing a thousand sequences?
Question: Mirna Target Prediction In Dog Genome
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