The number of genomic-matches per small RNA ("hits") has been capped in this
database at the following maximum: 50 (?)
This site contains small RNA data generated using Illumina's SBS method. The
data on this page was generated as part of a collaborative project between the
Innes Lab and the Meyers Lab posted online Nov. 17, 2018; doi:
http://dx.doi.org/10.1101/472928. This work was supported by three grants from
the United States National Science Foundation, IOS-1645745 and IOS-1842685 to
RWI and IOS-1842698 to BCM.
Some data contributed by: Roger Innes (Indiana University).
Click on a region of any chromosome for which you would like to retrieve the map. Because of the size of chromosomes, clicking on the diagram below will take you to a second map where you can refine the position. Note that if the genome has a mix of both chromosomes and small contigs or scaffolds, we only show images for the defined chromosomes, and contigs must be accessed via their ID.
If you know the start and/or end of your genomic region, please enter one or both coordinates here to go directly to our chromosome viewer. If you only enter one coordinate, we use a default size of 100 kb for the viewer.