The PARE ("Parallel Analysis of RNA Ends") website contains data from cleaved mRNAs, also known as “degradome” sequencing. Many high abundance reads in this dataset are from miRNA target sites, while the far greater number of diverse, low abundances sequences are the products of mRNA decay and are not miRNA-directed cleavage products. But these strand-specific data are also useful for examining transcripts in a qualitative manner.
Brachypodium research in the Green lab was funded by the Plant Feedstocks Genomics for Bioenergy Program of the Department of Energy through grant #DE-FG02-07ER64450 to PJG which also contributed to the support of this database.
Some data contributed by: Pamela Green (Delaware Biotechnology Institute, University of Delaware).
Access to this web site and the data contained herein are provided for research purposes only. No commercial rights of any nature are granted.
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