|Rat Genome Database
||Rat Genome Database seeks to collect, consolidate, and integrate rat genomic and genetic data with curated functional and physiological data and make these data widely available to the scientific community. This collection references genes.
|Rat Genome Database qTL
||Rat Genome Database seeks to collect, consolidate, and integrate rat genomic and genetic data with curated functional and physiological data and make these data widely available to the scientific community. This collection references quantitative trait loci (qTLs), providing phenotype and disease descriptions, mapping, and strain information as well as links to markers and candidate genes.
|Rat Genome Database strain
||Rat Genome Database seeks to collect, consolidate, and integrate rat genomic and genetic data with curated functional and physiological data and make these data widely available to the scientific community. This collection references strain reports, which include a description of strain origin, disease, phenotype, genetics and immunology.
||The Reactome project is a collaboration to develop a curated resource of core pathways and reactions in human biology.
||REBASE is a comprehensive database of information about restriction enzymes, DNA methyltransferases and related proteins involved in the biological process of restriction-modification (R-M). It contains fully referenced information about recognition and cleavage sites, isoschizomers, neoschizomers, commercial availability, methylation sensitivity, crystal and sequence data.
||The Reference Sequence (RefSeq) collection aims to provide a comprehensive, integrated, non-redundant set of sequences, including genomic DNA, transcript (RNA), and protein products.
||The OBO Relation Ontology provides consistent and unambiguous formal definitions of the relational expressions used in biomedical ontologies.
||The RESID Database of Protein Modifications is a comprehensive collection of annotations and structures for protein modifications including amino-terminal, carboxyl-terminal and peptide chain cross-link post-translational modifications.
||The Rfam database is a collection of RNA families, each represented by multiple sequence alignments, consensus secondary structures and covariance models (CMs). The families in Rfam break down into three broad functional classes: non-coding RNA genes, structured cis-regulatory elements and self-splicing RNAs. Typically these functional RNAs often have a conserved secondary structure which may be better preserved than the RNA sequence. The CMs used to describe each family are a slightly more complicated relative of the profile hidden Markov models (HMMs) used by Pfam. CMs can simultaneously model RNA sequence and the structure in an elegant and accurate fashion.
||Rhea is a manually annotated reaction database, where all reaction participants (reactants and products) are linked to the ChEBI database (Chemical Entities of Biological Interest), providing detailed information about structure, formulae and charge. It is populated with the reactions found in the EC list, IntEnz and ENZYME databases), as well as other biochemical reactions, including those that are often termed "spontaneous".
|Rice Genome Annotation Project
||The objective of this project is to provide high quality annotation for the rice genome Oryza sativa spp japonica cv Nipponbare. All genes are annotated with functional annotation including expression data, gene ontologies, and tagged lines.
|RNA Modification Database
||The RNA modification database provides a comprehensive listing of post-transcriptionally modified nucleosides from RNA. The database consists of all RNA-derived ribonucleosides of known structure, including those from established sequence positions, as well as those detected or characterized from hydrolysates of RNA.
||RNAcentral is a public resource that offers integrated access to a comprehensive and up-to-date set of non-coding RNA sequences provided by a collaborating group of Expert Databases.
||The Rouge protein database contains results from sequence analysis of novel large (>4 kb) cDNAs identified in the Kazusa cDNA sequencing project.
||The Research Resource Identification Initiative provides RRIDs to 4 main classes of resources: Antibodies, Cell Lines, Model Organisms, and Databases / Software tools.: Antibodies, Model Organisms, and Databases / Software tools.
The initiative works with participating journals to intercept manuscripts in the publication process that use these resources, and allows publication authors to incorporate RRIDs within the methods sections. It also provides resolver services that access curated data from 10 data sources: the antibody registry (a curated catalog of antibodies), the SciCrunch registry (a curated catalog of software tools and databases), and model organism nomenclature authority databases (MGI, FlyBase, WormBase, RGD), as well as various stock centers. These RRIDs are aggregated and can be searched through SciCrunch.