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EnhancerDB(https://lcbb.swjtu.edu.cn/EnhancerDB),a free, web-accessible database, provides information about enhancers. It currently covers 323008 enhancers, 406 transcription factors, 9145 target genes across 41 tissues/cell lines. Furthermore, experimentally validated expression data of gene and mirna is also collected. Users can use the search panel to retrieve the enhancers within "region range" or enhancers with specifc id. It is also accessible to retrieve the TF, gene, mirna or SNP interacting with enhancers via different tabs. In addition, there is also a “Browse” button at the left of the web page, offering approach to explore by different element as entrance.
In genetics, an enhancer is a short (50-1500 bp) region of DNA that can be bound by proteins (activators) to increase the likelihood that transcription of a particular gene will occur. These proteins are usually referred to as transcription factors. Enhancers are cis-acting. They can be located up to 1 Mbp (1,000,000 bp) away from the gene, upstream or downstream from the start site. There are hundreds of thousands of enhancers in the human genome. They were found in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes.