Tag Archives: RNA-RNA interactions

ASSA – Transcriptome-Wide Prediction Of lncRNA-RNA Interactions By Thermodynamics

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The discovery of thousands of long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs) in mammals raises a question about their functionality. It has been shown that some of them function post-transcriptionally via formation of inter-molecular duplexes. Sequence alignment tools are frequently used for transcriptome-wide prediction of RNA-RNA interactions. However, such approaches have poor prediction accuracy since they ignore RNA secondary structure and interaction energy. ...

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CANTATAdb – a Collection of Plant Long Non-coding RNAs

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Long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) represent a class of potent regulators of gene expression that are found in a wide array of eukaryotes, however, our knowledge about these molecules in plants is still very limited. In particular, a number of model plant species still lack comprehensive datasets of lncRNAs and their annotations and very little is known about their biological roles. ...

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