We have developed a series of online databases which come with customized web interfaces to handle and display “next-gen” sequencing data of different types for a number of organisms and closely related varieties. Our websites are built on a common set of interfaces and are equipped with various graphical and analytical tools that allow the user to retrieve and analyze the data.
These data are freely available, but we ask that you cite this web page or related publications; most libraries have been published as part of specific papers, but the best general citation for the website is Nakano et al. (2019) Plant Physiology. We would also like to know that you have found our data to be useful, so please let us know if you use data from this page.
Click the “+” sign to show database links for each organism.
Note: Those links marked with “*” are excluded from the database and library totals above.
Our sRNA Tools
Over the years, we have developed a number of tools for plant-centric small RNA analyses. These tools facilitate our work and are key components used in many of our publications. Some are described in publications focused on the tool, and others are unpublished; some are available with a web interface, and some as stand-alone, command-line tools. The links below provide access to these tools, and we hope that you will also find them useful.
PARE Validated miRNA Targets
miRNA Similarity Analysis
miRNA Truncation & Tailing Analysis
miRNA Target Prediction
A prediction web tool identifying potential targets of microRNAs or other small RNAs in the genome or set of sequences chosen or submitted.