Welcome to exRNAdisease

Extracellular RNAs (exRNAs) are types of RNAs that present outside of the cells with highly stable features. exRNAs have been shown to play important roles in aiding intercellular communication and regulating cellular processes. In clinical settings, exRNAs have the potential to serve as biomarkers indicating the presence of a disease. exRNADisease is a database designed for providing the landscape of different types of extracellular RNAs (mRNAs, lncRNAs, miRNAs, circRNAs, tRFRNAs and piRNAs) from body fluids in human diseases. It can help to identify novel and sensitive biomarkers and therapeutic targets in human diseases. In the current version, a total of 18265 samples were collected, which includes 10 body fluids and 78 human disease types. An easy-to-use interface was constructed to query and browse disease-related exRNAs. exRNADisease will become a powerful tool to provide genome-wide view of exRNA transcriptomic changes associated with human diseases.