[Bio-software] RE: Bio-soft Digest, Vol 12, Issue 5

Elango, Palchamy (ICRISAT-IN) p.elango at cgiar.org
Mon May 8 22:11:22 EST 2006


Hi Tiago,
Have tried out 'RNA & DNA Folding Applications' available on Prof. Michael Zuker's web server.
http://www.bioinfo.rpi.edu/applications/mfold/

Regards
P.Elango
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Today's Topics:

   1. Stem Loop detection (Tiago Antao)


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Date: 8 May 2006 08:12:24 -0700
From: "Tiago Antao" <tiagoantao at gmail.com>
Subject: [Bio-software] Stem Loop detection
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Hi!

I am trying to find documentation (a paper) on algorithms for Stem Loop
detection. Especially for detection in long sequences (in our case
whole mitochondrial genomes ~17kbp). I have searched in the usual
places (scholar.google.com, pubmed) but I only find algorithms for
secondary RNA structure detection which, in most cases, are
computationally intensive and not suitable for large sequences.

I also know that GCG has stem loop detection. Does anyone know if the
implemented algorithm is suited for long sequences (again ~17kbp)?

Many thanks,
Tiago



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