About EVPsort

EVPsort is an atlas of non-coding small RNA abundance profiling and sorting in human Extracellular Vesicles and Particles.

EVPsort not only quantifies ncRNA profiling in EVP and donor cells, but also integrates multiple databases and tools to investigate upstream RBPs associated with ncRNAs sorting and downstream targets and functional effects in disease.

Users can search EVPsort by specific miRNAs, upstream RBPs controlling the sorting, and downstream target genes, or search studies by keywords.

Users can browse each study, which provides a variety of ways to explore the data quality, ncRNA profiling, regulatory network, functional effects, and disease and drug association.

Notably, users can select samples and define groups of interest to compare ncRNA abundance between EVPs and donor cells and reveal the potential regulatory network centered around ncRNA composition preference in EVPs.



If you used EVPsort please cite:
Chen H C,Wang J,Coffey R J,Patton J G,Weaver A M,Shyr Y,Liu Q.
J Mol Biol. 2024 Apr 9; null:168571; doi: 10.1016/j.jmb.2024.168571PMID: 38604528