The bovine, caprine and ovine miRNA database

If you make use of the presented data, please cite our article
Bourdon,C., Bardou,P, Aujean,A. et al. RumimiR: a detailed microRNA database focused on ruminant species.
Database (2019) Vol. 2019: article ID baz099; doi: 10.1093/database/baz099.

About

The RumimiR database contains an exhaustive in-depth description of the microRNAs from the literature for bovine, caprine and ovine species.
It provides the integration of all the pertinent public information about dairy ruminant microRNAs in a unique place.

General statistics

RumimiR database focus on bovine, caprine and ovine species. The last update () provides miRNAs.

explore miRNA

Explore the database by searching on position, source, feature... and export (data, sequence, annotation).

Partners

See the list of partners involved in the RumimiR project.

Release history

Download the current or previous RumimiR database release.

Jan2020 - 19847 miRNAs - tsv - fasta - gff
June2019 - 16041 miRNAs - tsv - fasta - gff

General statistics

See below some statistics about RumimiR database (several counts, distribution per species, breed and tissue, ...)
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The data. A fasta file of the miRNA sequence(s). A GFF file of the miRNA.

Partners

See below the partners involved in the RumimiR project

INRAE

French National Research Institute Agriculture Food and Environment

GABI

Animal Genetics and Integrative Biology Unit - @INRAE

GenPhySE

Genetics Physiology and Breeding Systems Unit - @INRAE

SIGENAE

Information System for Livestock Genomes - @INRAE

APIS-GENE

Investing Innovating Adding value to Ruminant Genomics Research