The miREC database (miRNAs involved in Endometrial Cancer) combines published data about miRNAs and genes deregulated in endometrial cancer, as well as target-regulator relationships between these genes and miRNAs. All information has been extracted from published literature and entries are supplemented by reference citations.
The miREC database was launched in February 2011 by researchers at the Systems Biology Research Centre, University of Skövde, Sweden. Latest update was in March 201. Currently, miREC contains 570 genes and 154 miRNAs. These comprise genes and miRNAs found through manual curation of published literature, as well as their verified regulators and targets from miRecords and TarBase.
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