lncRNAKB: A comprehensive knowledgebase of long non-coding RNAs
Richard S Lee,
Peter P Zandi,
M. Saleet Jafri,
Posted 13 Jun 2019
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/669994
Posted 13 Jun 2019
We have assembled a comprehensive long non-coding RNA knowledgebase (lncRNAKB) of 77,199 annotated human lncRNAs (224,286 transcripts) by methodically integrating widely used lncRNAs resources. To facilitate functional characterization of lncRNAs, we employed the Genotype-Tissue Expression (GTEx) project to provide tissue-specific gene expression profiles of lncRNAs in 31 solid organ tissues. Additional information includes network analysis to identify co-expressed gene modules to potentially delineate lncRNA function. Tissue-specificity, phylogenetic conservation scores and coding potential for lncRNAs are included. Finally, using whole genome sequencing data from GTEx, expression quantitative trait loci (cis-eQTL) regulated lncRNAs were calculated in all tissues. lncRNAKB is available at http://www.lncrnakb.org.
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