|MINTbase v2.0：Based on the TCGA tRNA derivative fragments integrated database|
|Summary||MINTbase is a repository that comprises nuclear and mitochondrial tRNA-derived fragments (‘tRFs’) found in multiple human tissues.|
|Units||Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University|
|Classification||TRNA derivative fragments; Nuclear; Mitochondria; cancer|
Version 2.0 of MINTbase contains information about 26 531 distinct human tRFs from 11 719 human datasets
MINTbase is a repository that comprises nuclear and mitochondrial tRNA-derived fragments (‘tRFs’) found in multiple human tissues. We just released version 2.0 of MINTbase that contains information about 26 531 distinct human tRFs from 11 719 human datasets 。key new elements include: the ability to filter tRFs on-the-fly by minimum abundance thresholding; the ability to filter tRFs by tissue keywords; easy access to information about a tRF’s maximum abundance and the datasets that contain it; the ability to generate relative abundance plots for tRFs across cancer types and convert them into embeddable figures; MODOMICS information about modifications of the parental tRNA, etc.