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A comprehensive online database for exploring ~20,000 public Arabidopsis RNA-Seq libraries

By Hong Zhang, Fei Zhang, Li Feng, Jinbu Jia, Jixian Zhai

Posted 18 Nov 2019
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/844522 (published DOI: 10.1016/j.molp.2020.08.001)

Application of Next Generating Sequencing (NGS) technology in transcriptome profiling has greatly improved our understanding of transcriptional regulation at genome-wide scale in the last decade, and tens of thousands of RNA-sequencing (RNA-seq) libraries have been produced by the research community. However, accessing such huge amount of RNA-seq data poses a big challenge for groups that lack dedicated bioinformatic personnel or expensive computational resources. Here, we introduce the Arabidopsis RNA-seq database (ARS), a free, web-accessible, and user-friendly to quickly explore expression level of any gene in 20,000+ publicly available Arabidopsis RNA-seq libraries.

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