Resources of miRNA interactions in networks

MAGIA2

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  • Activitiy Active
  • Description
    MAGIA2 is dedicated to the integrated analysis of in silico target prediction, microRNA (miRNA) and gene expression data for the reconstruction of post-transcriptional regulatory networks. MAGIA2 performs this integrative approach supporting different association measures, multiple organisms and almost all target predictions algorithms. MAGIA2 tries to dissect this complexity by reconstructing mixed regulatory circuits involving either miRNA or transcription factor (TF) as regulators.
  • Main feature Analyzing networks by considering effective regulators including miRNAs and TF
  • Unique features
    Integrate analysis of target prediction, miRNA and gene expression data to rebuild post-transcriptional regulatory networks
  • Organism Human, Mouse, Insects, Rat
  • Category miRNA interactions in networks
  • Last observe Thursday, 01 September 2016
  • Year published 2012
  • Citations per year 8
  • Last update Monday, 30 April 2012
  • Updated over past 3 years No
  • Relative Popularity 13697

MAGIA

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  • Activitiy Active
  • Description
    MAGIA (miRNA and genes integrated analysis) is a novel web tool for the integrative analysis of target predictions, miRNA and gene expression data. MAGIA is divided into two parts: the query section allows the user to retrieve and browse updated miRNA target predictions computed with a number of different algorithms (PITA, miRanda and Target Scan) and Boolean combinations thereof. The analysis section comprises a multistep procedure for (i) direct integration through different functional measures of mRNA and miRNA expression data, (ii) construction of bipartite regulatory network of the best miRNA and mRNA putative interactions and (iii) retrieval of information available in several public databases of genes, miRNAs and diseases and via scientific literature text-mining.
  • Main feature Network analysis using target prediction and miRNA and gene expression profiles
  • Unique features
    Integrative analysis of target predictions, miRNA and gene expression data
    Using PITA, miRanda and Target Scan algorithms 
  • Organism Human
  • Category miRNA interactions in networks
  • Last observe Wednesday, 31 August 2016
  • Year published 2010
  • Citations per year 13
  • Last update Wednesday, 19 May 2010
  • Updated over past 3 years No
  • Relative Popularity 13697

FANTOM4 EdgeExpressDB

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  • Activitiy Active
  • Description
    EdgeExpressDB is a novel database and set of interfaces for interpreting biological networks and comparing large high-throughput expression datasets that requires minimal development for new data types and search patterns. The FANTOM4 EdgeExpress database http://fantom.gsc.riken.jp/4/edgeexpress summarizes gene expression patterns in the context of alternative promoter structures and regulatory transcription factors and microRNAs using intuitive gene-centric and sub-network views. This is an important resource for gene regulation in acute myeloid leukemia, monocyte/macrophage differentiation and human transcriptional networks.
  • Main feature Biological network interpretation
  • Unique features
    Covering miRNAs, genes, promoters and expression profiles
  • Organism Human
  • Category miRNA interactions in networks
  • Last observe Friday, 02 September 2016
  • Year published 2009
  • Citations per year 4.86
  • Last update Sunday, 19 April 2009
  • Updated over past 3 years No
  • Relative Popularity 31214

mirConnX

Additional Info

  • Activitiy Inactive
  • Description
    mirConnX is a web interface for inferring, displaying and parsing mRNA and microRNA gene regulatory networks. mirConnX combines sequence information with gene expression data analysis to create a disease-specific, genome-wide regulatory network. A prior, static network has been constructed for all human and mouse genes. It consists of computationally predicted transcription factor (TF)-gene associations and miRNA target predictions. The prior network is supplemented with known interactions from the literature. Dynamic TF- and miRNA-gene associations are inferred from user-provided expression data using an association measure of choice. The static and dynamic networks are then combined using an integration function with user-specified weights.
  • Main feature mRNA and miRNA gene regulatory networks
  • Unique features
    Based on target predictions and computationally predicted TF-gene associations
  • Organism Human, Mouse
  • Category miRNA interactions in networks
  • Last observe Wednesday, 31 August 2016
  • Year published 2011
  • Citations per year 10.8
  • Last update Tuesday, 12 April 2011
  • Updated over past 3 years No
  • Relative Popularity 7947

mirDIP

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  • Activitiy Active
  • Description
    "mirDIP integrates prediction databases to elucidate accurate microRNA:target relationships. Using NAViGaTOR to produce interaction networks implicating microRNAs in literature-based, KEGG-based and Reactome-based pathways, we find these signalling pathway networks have significantly more microRNA involvement compared to chance (p<0.05), suggesting microRNAs co-target many genes in a given pathway. Further examination of the micronome shows two distinct classes of microRNAs; universe microRNAs, which are involved in many signalling pathways; and intra-pathway microRNAs, which target multiple genes within one signalling pathway. We identify two distinct classes of microRNAs, suggesting a hierarchical organization of microRNAs co-targeting genes both within and between pathways, and implying differential involvement of universe and intra-pathway microRNAs at the disease level.
  • Main feature Network analysis by data integration
  • Unique features
    Integrating six miRNA prediction algorithms
  • Organism Human
  • Category miRNA interactions in networks
  • Last observe Wednesday, 31 August 2016
  • Year published 2011
  • Citations per year 15.4
  • Last update Friday, 25 February 2011
  • Updated over past 3 years No
  • Relative Popularity 4898

mirRor Suite

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  • Activitiy Active
  • Description
    miRror-Suite platform developed to yield a robust and concise explanation for miRNA regulation from a large collection of differentially expressed transcripts and miRNAs. Researchers who performed large-scale transcriptomics or miRNA profiling experiments from cells and tissues will benefit from miRror-Suite. miRror-Suite provides a concise, plausible explanation for the regulation of miRNAs in such complex settings.
  • Main feature Network analysis of a series of genes or miRNAs
  • Unique features
    Integrating 11 miRNA target prediction results
    Gene to miR or miR to Gene search
    Forward the results to external analysis
  • Organism Human, Mouse, Other vertebrates, Insects, Nematodes, Rat
  • Category miRNA interactions in networks
  • Other covered categories
    Composite target prediction
    miRNA interactions in pathways
  • Last observe Thursday, 01 September 2016
  • Year published 2010
  • Citations per year 4.5
  • Last update Wednesday, 23 April 2014
  • Updated over past 3 years Yes
  • Relative Popularity 29054

miRTrail

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  • Activitiy Active
  • Description
    miRTrail is an integrative tool that allows for performing comprehensive analyses of interactions of genes and miRNAs based on expression profiles. The integrated analysis of mRNA and miRNA data should generate more robust and reliable results on deregulated pathogenic processes and may also offer novel insights into the regulatory interactions between miRNAs and genes. Our web-server excels in carrying out gene sets analysis, analysis of miRNA sets as well as the combination of both in a systems biology approach. To this end, miRTrail integrates information on 20.000 genes, almost 1.000 miRNAs, and roughly 280.000 putative interactions. For interactively visualizing obtained results, it relies on the network analyzers and viewers BiNA or Cytoscape-web, also enabling direct access to relevant literature.
  • Main feature Analyzing potential relationships between a set of miRNAs and mRNAs
  • Unique features
    Assess possible important implications of the miRNAs on the given disease
  • Organism Human, Mouse, Other vertebrates
  • Category miRNA interactions in networks
  • Last observe Wednesday, 31 August 2016
  • Year published 2012
  • Citations per year 4.25
  • Last update Wednesday, 22 February 2012
  • Updated over past 3 years No
  • Relative Popularity 212582

CoMeTa

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  • Activitiy Active
  • Description
    Co-expression Meta-analysis of miRNA Targets (CoMeTa) procedure is based on the assumption that the targets of a given miRNA are likely to be co-expressed and therefore to belong to the same miRNA gene network. The CoMeTa tool aims at the inference of miRNA targets and miRNA-regulated gene networks by integrating expression data from hundreds of cellular and tissue conditions.
  • Main feature Identification of microRNA-regulated gene networks by target genes expression
  • Unique features
    Inferring miRNA targets and miRNA-regulated gene networks by integrating expression data from hundreds of cell and tissue conditions
    functional roles of the predicted miRNA regulated network
  • Organism Human
  • Category miRNA interactions in networks
  • Last observe Saturday, 03 September 2016
  • Year published 2012
  • Citations per year 15.75
  • Last update Sunday, 15 April 2012
  • Updated over past 3 years Yes
  • Relative Popularity 1134849