Explore high-confidence m6A epitranscriptome in 7 eukaryotic species including human
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Explore m6A sites of 10 viruses species during 49 infection stages including HIV-1
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N6-methyladenosine (m6A) is currently the most prevalent RNA modification on mRNAs and lncRNAs, and plays a pivotal role during various biological processes and disease pathogenesis. Here, we developed m6A-Atlas, a comprehensive knowledgebase for unraveling the m6A epitranscriptome. (1) 442162 high-confidence m6A sites identified from seven base-resolution technologies were collected, and the quantitative (rather than binary) epitranscriptome profiles were estimated from 1363 high-throughput sequencing samples. (2) The conservation of m6A sites among seven vertebrate species, including human, mouse and chimp, and the 10 viruses’ m6A epitranscriptomes, including HIV, KSHV and DENV. (3) The putative biological functions of individual m6A sites predicted from epitranscriptome data, and the potential pathogenesis of m6A sites inferred from disease-associated genetic mutations that can directly destroy m6A directing sequence motifs. (4) Annotation of m6A epitranscriptome sites with post-transcriptional machinery (RBP-binding, microRNA interaction and splicing sites), and the landscape of multiple RNA modifications, together provided users to browse and do further studies.