lncHUB: Functional predictions of human long non-coding RNAs based on gene co-expression data
Long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) are defined as RNA transcripts of length exceeding 200 nucleotides that are not translated into protein. While it is estimated that there are over 15,000 lncRNAs encoded in the human genome, whereby many of them serve important function, knowledge about their role in the cell and their association with normal physiology and human disease is mostly unknown. lncHUB provides predictions for such associations based on data from mRNA co-expression.
Select a long non-coding RNA from the search box and submit it to see ranked predictions of its putative functions. lncHUB also lists the top correlated genes based gene expression for each submitted lncRNA.