A repository of RNA structure probing by chemical or enzymatic mapping
The RNA Mapping Database is an archive that contains results of diverse structural mapping experiments performed on ribonucleic acids. Results submitted to the repository must be manually curated and annotated, ensuring that the data reported is reliable and of high quality. The ultimate goal of the RMDB is to provide a centralized, curated, data-sharing platform with visualization and structure prediction tools for rapid analysis and meta-analysis of these data.
In the RMDB you can:
- Browse or quickly search (top right) the database for a particular RNA of interest.
- Mine the data for particular structural or sequence motifs.
- Predict the secondary structure of an RNA guided by structure mapping data.
- Get started on sharing your data by reviewing the RDAT file format specification.
The RMDB is currently housing 87 entries, for more than 6807 experiments, comprising 4089945 datapoints.
Standardizing chemical footprinting data
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P Cordero, JB Lucks, R Das, "An RNA Mapping Database for curating RNA structure mapping experiments", 2012, doi: 10.1093/bioinformatics/bts554
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