Human Gene Regulatory Database
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Is there a database that houses human gene-gene (regulatory/transcriptional) interactions that are experimentally validated? Kind of like HPRD or BioGrid is for protein interactions, but for gene regulatory interactions instead? And, if so, is it available freely for public use?

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This is the stated purpose of such resources as ORegAnno and Pazar. Both are efforts to collect and curate experimentally proven transcription factor binding sites (linking at regulator TF to its target TFBS and associated gene wherever possible). However, there are many more related databases and datasets (e.g., ChIP-seq) available through the Encode project and others that might be of use to you.

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Awesome Thanks!

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pengchy ▴ 450

another integrated database: RegNetwork

http://www.regnetworkweb.org/

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majidgeek • 0

There is a manually curated database of human and mouse transcriptional regulatory networks named TRRUST

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Sasha Fokin ▴ 80

ONCO.IO is an integrated knowledge database and network analysis tool for exploring complex gene regulatory networks. Database content is based on the manually curated annotation of experimentally verified molecular interactions described in the literature and includes microRNAs, lncRNAs, mRNAs, signaling proteins and transcription factors interactions.

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c.chakraborty ▴ 170

You can also view the regulatory tract of the genomic region you're interested at the UCSC genome browser. Scroll down to "Expression and Regulation", and by selecting different datasets (based on the study you're interested in) you can assess the location of promoters, TFBS motifs and methylation/acetylation sites.

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