||An improved multithreading detection tool, CIRI2, that used an adapted maximum likelihood estimation based on multiple seed matching to identify back-spliced junction reads and to filter false positives derived from repetitive sequences and mapping errors
||The successor of CIRCexplorer with plenty of new features to facilitate circular RNA identification and characterization.
||DCC is a python package intended to detect and quantify circRNAs with high specificity.
||An accurate, high-throughput approach that uses both BSJ and reverse overlap (RO) features to reconstruct and quantify full-length circular RNAs from RNA-seq data sets.
||A public resource for hosting, analyzing and visualizing ribosome profiling (Ribo-seq) data.
||A database dedicated to provide a new resource to investigate potential functiAons and mechanisms of N6-adenosine methylation (m6A) modifications.
||A database curated all experimentally validated IRESs in the published literature.
||A database for circular RNAs,hosting data from various Homo sapiens, Mus musculus, Caenorhabditis elegans, and Latimeria samples.
||v Jul. 2017
||An updated comprehensive database containing circRNA annotations from over 180 RNA-seq datasets across six different species.
||An integrated resource of circRNAs in vertebrates, integrating over one millions of circRNAs across 6 species (human, macaca, mouse, rat, pig, chicken) and a variety of tissues.
||A database of more than 14,000 human-annotated circRNAs, showing five features of the circRNA, including the miRNA binding site, conservation of circRNAs, m6A modification of circRNAs, mutation of circRNAs and protein-coding potential of circRNAs.
||A database containing 32,914 human exonic circRNAs carefully selected from diversified sources.
||A database developed for cancer-specific circRNAs and their relationship with microRNAs and RNA-binding proteins.
||A repository of circular RNA (circRNA), long non-coding RNA (lncRNA) and messenger RNA (mRNA) derived from RNA-seq data analyses of human blood exosomes.
||This database is constructed to provide a global view of tissue-specific circRNA in main tissues of human and mouse and is able to contribute to identify new markers for organogenesis and development disease.
||A database that manually curated experiment-supported human circRNAs, aims at providing a comprehesive associations between of circRNA and human diseases.