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A database of mammalian mitochondrial localisation evidence, phenotypes and diseases

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New to version 4.0?

Welcome to MitoMiner, an integrated web resource of mitochondrial localisation evidence and phenotype data for mammals, zebrafish and yeasts.

MitoMiner is now gene centric, with all data attached to gene objects. For best results search for a gene identifier such as an Ensembl id, gene symbol or genome project id (HGNC, MGI, RGD, SGD, ZFIN).

If you are short of time, just navigate through our set of Feature Hints. For a more detailed description on how to use the site and its features try the Tutorials




Enter a gene symbol, Ensembl id, or genome project identifier [eg. atp5b, ENSMUSG00000025393, MGI:107801, HGNC:830].
Alternatively, search for a gene name, description, or other keyword [eg. ATP synthase subunit*].

Upload and analyse lists of data

widget charts Explore and Analyse your own data. Upload your own list of identifiers or use our public mitochondrial genome lists. These can then can analysed with our widgets and used in the template searches below.

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Use template searches

Get started with powerful searches using our prebuilt and customizable Templates.

Use a mitochondrial genome list

MitoMiner contains two different reference sets of genes that encode mitochondrial proteins: IMPI and MitoCarta. You can use these gene lists in the queries above or use the links below to query these datasets directly.

MitoCarta 2.0 - an inventory of 1158 human and mouse genes encoding proteins with strong support

of mitochondrial localisation. Read about and query MitoCarta 2.0 here

IMPI (version Q3 2017)- Integrated Mitochondrial Protein Index of 1550 mammalian genes (1130 known and 420 predicted from experimental

data) encoding proteins that are associated with the mitochondrion. Read about and query IMPI here

Perl, Python, Ruby & Java API

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You can fetch data directly from MitoMiner 4.0 for your own programs via our Application Programming Interface (API) too! We provide client libraries in the following languages: