RNAshapes: an integrated RNA analysis package based on abstract shapes. We introduce RNAshapes, a new software package that integrates three RNA analysis tools based on the abstract shapes approach: the analysis of shape representatives, the calculation of shape probabilities and the consensus shapes approach. This new package is completely reimplemented in C and outruns the original implementations significantly in runtime and memory requirements. Additionally, we added a number of useful features like suboptimal folding with correct dangling energies, structure graph output, shape matching and a sliding window approach.
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References in zbMATH (referenced in 7 articles )
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- Fusy, Éric; Clote, Peter: Combinatorics of locally optimal RNA secondary structures (2014)
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- Machado-Lima, Ariane; del Portillo, Hernando A.; Durham, Alan Mitchell: Computational methods in noncoding RNA research (2008)
- Ponty, Yann: Efficient sampling of RNA secondary structures from the Boltzmann ensemble of low-energy (2008)
- Zhao, Jizhen; Malmberg, Russell L.; Cai, Liming: Rapid ab initio prediction of RNA pseudoknots via graph tree decomposition (2008)
- Steffen, Peter; Vo; Rehmsmeier, Marc; Reeder, Jens; Giegerich, Robert: Rnashapes: An integrated RNA analysis package based on abstract shapes (2006)
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