Gene Expression Regulation Database (GREDB) has been developed to facilitate systems-level analyses that will provide insights into the question of how genes are regulated that governing a specific biological response. GREDB is a publicly available, manually curated biological database depositing the human gene expression regulation relationships (Links). To date, more than 39,000 Links have been contextual-ly annotated through the review of 53,000 plus abstracts. GREDB has the ability to analyze user-supplied gene expression data using the GEREA bioinformatics tool in a causal analysis oriented manner.
The database can be searched use NCBI official gene symbol (eg. CDC42).
The new version of GereDB is online for testing, please visit the following link: Run New GereDB online.
Please cite the following publication:
Huang, Tinghua & Huang, Xiali & Shi, Bomei & Yao, Min. (2019). GEREDB: Gene Expression Regulation Database Curated by Mining Abstracts From Literature. Journal of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology. 10.1142/S0219720019500240.
The database was developed by Tinghua Huang's group at Yangtze University.