ExpEdit: a web server to explore human RNA editing in RNA-Seq experiments

ExpEdit is a web application for assessing RNA editing in human at known or user specified sites supported by transcript data obtained by RNA-Seq experiments. Mapping data (in SAM/BAM format) or directly sequence reads (in FASTQ/SRA format) can be provided as input to carry out a comparative analysis against a large collection of known editing sites collected in DARNED database as well as other user-provided potentially edited positions. Results are shown as dynamic tables containing UCSC links for a quick examination of the genomic context.

ExpEdit is freely available on the web at http://www.caspur.it/ExpEdit/

Picardi E, Mattia D, Carrabino D, Castrignanò T, Pesole G. (2011) ExpEdit: a web server to explore human RNA editing in RNA-Seq experiments. Bioinformatics [Epub ahead of print]. [abstract]