MINTbase: a framework for the interactive exploration of mitochondrial and nuclear tRNA fragments

MINTbase publications

If you use this database, please cite:

  1. Pliatsika, V, Loher, P, Magee, R, Telonis, AG, Londin, E, Shigematsu, M, Kirino, Y, Rigoutsos, I. MINTbase v2.0: a comprehensive database for tRNA-derived fragments that includes nuclear and mitochondrial fragments from all The Cancer Genome Atlas projects Nucleic Acids Res. 2017; PubMed PMID:29186503
  2. Pliatsika, V, Loher, P, Telonis, AG, Rigoutsos, I. MINTbase: a framework for the interactive exploration of mitochondrial and nuclear tRNA fragments Bioinformatics. 2016; PubMed PMID:27153631
  3. Telonis, AG, Loher, P, Honda, S, Jing, Y, Palazzo, J, Kirino, Y, Rigoutsos, I. Dissecting tRNA-derived fragment complexities using personalized transcriptomes reveals novel fragment classes and unexpected dependencies Oncotarget. 2015;6 (28):24797-822. PubMed PMID:26325506
  4. Rigoutsos, I, Telonis, AG, Loher, P, Magee, R, Pliatsika, V. Systems-level Analysis of 32 TCGA Cancers Reveals Disease-dependent tRNA Fragmentation Patterns and Very Selective Associations with Messenger RNAs and Repeat Elements.

Acknowledgments:

We gratefully acknowledge support of this work by the William M. Keck Foundation.


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