RNA structures and folding: from conventional to new issues in
Schuster P, Stadler PF, Renner A
Prediction and modeling of RNA structures has become an indispensable
tool of biological research disciplines. Currently, reliable
predictions require massive input of experimental
data. Structure-forming elements are conventional base pairs, as well
as a rapidly increasing repertoire of novel structural motifs. New
developments extend structural analysis beyond the
one-sequence/one-structure paradigm and allow questions that are
relevant to molecular evolution to be answered.
Curr Opin Struct Biol 1997 Apr;7(2):229-235
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