mMGE is a database of human metagenomic extrachromosomal mobile genetic elements. Currently mMGE contains a total of 517 251 non-redundant eMGEs, including 92 492 plasmids and 424 759 phages, that we identified from 66 425 human metagenomic samples. In addition to basic information (including sequence characteristics, interactions with prokaryotic hosts, gene contents and taxonomic annotations), the extensive metadata of the samples, the abundances and distributions of the eMGEs across samples, phenotypes and populations are also available, allowing users to explore their biological functions, biogeographical patterns and habitat preferences.
Multimorbidity is a website that records information about common diseases and comorbidities. The website provides the comorbid relationships among 439 common diseases and their associations at different genetic levels, including SNP, gene, PPI, pathway, and genetic correlation.
Maize (Zea mays) is the plant that has the highest world-wide production among all grain crops, and maize seeds are the most important crop materials that provide resources for food, feed, biofuel, and raw material for processing. The PPIM (protein-protein interaction database for Maize) database is a free and comprehensive knowledgebase for academic use in Zea mays community.
eFG (ebook for Fusarium Graminearum) is an information query system for the pathogenic fungus Fusarium graminearum. It contains many information for F. graminearum that the sequences, proteins, annotations, protein-protein interaction, pathogenic genes, sub-location of proteins, transcription factors and ortholog information with other fungi.
FPPI is a database about protein-protein interactions for Fussarium graminearum, which contain 223,116 interactions among 7,406 proteins and 27,102 interactions among 3,745 proteins in the core PPI set. Furthermore, this database contains various different functional information for F. graminearum genes.