v6.0.2 (Database Updated 02/20/2020)

Database updated on 02/20/2020 with 372 changes
Gene annotation version 6.32
FlyBase ontology version 2020-02-19

Welcome to REDfly
Regulatory Element Database for Drosophila v6.0.2

REDfly version 6.0.2 released!
REDfly now includes developmental staging, ectopic expression data,
sex-specific expression, and more!

View our most recent paper in Nucleic Acids Research:
REDfly: the transcriptional regulatory element database for Drosophila

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REDfly is a curated collection of known Drosophila transcriptional cis-regulatory modules (CRMs) and transcription factor binding sites (TFBSs). Despite more than 20 years of experimental determination of these elements, the data have never been collected into a single searchable database. REDfly seeks to include all experimentally verified fly regulatory elements along with their DNA sequence, their associated genes, and the expression patterns they direct. Expression patterns are annotated using a defined anatomy ontology to enable high interoperability with FlyBase, FlyExpress, the BDGP in situ hybridization database, and other model organism resources.

If you know of experimentally verified cis-regulatory elements that are not included in the REDfly database, or have corrections to the archived data, please contact us.

REDfly has 24525 CRMs (14131 from in vivo reporter genes, 10274 from cell-culture assays, and 120 from other evidence), associated with 1583 genes, and 2615 TFBSs bound by 199 transcription factors acting on 302 target genes. These data are based on 1102 curated publications.

The regulatory data curated by REDfly are the result of the hard work of members of the Drosophila community. When using specific CRM and TFBS data, please make sure to cite the original discoverers.

Funded in part by the NSF and the NIGMS

Copyright © University at Buffalo—State University of New York. REDfly is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International license. The copyrights of all curated content belong to their respective owners.