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Programmed -1 ribosomal frameshift (-1 PRF) allows for alternative reading frames within one mRNA. First found in several viruses, it is now believed to exist in all kingdoms of life. Strong stimulators for -1 PRF are a heptameric slippery site and an RNA pseudoknot. Here, we present a new algorithm KnotInFrame, for the automatic detection of -1 PRF signals(More)
The nuclear carbohydrate-binding protein 35 (CBP35), a beta-galactoside-specific lectin with an M(r) of 35,000, has been identified in nuclear ribonucleoprotein complexes (RNPs) from a variety of mammalian tissues and cells. Here we determined that the expression of CBP35 mRNA greatly increases after infection of Molt-3 cells with human immunodeficiency(More)
We present three heuristic strategies for folding RNA sequences into secondary structures including kissing hairpin motifs. The new idea is to construct a kissing hairpin motif from an overlay of two simple canonical pseudoknots. The difficulty is that the overlay does not satisfy Bellman's Principle of Optimality, and the kissing hairpin cannot simply be(More)
Recent progress in predicting RNA structure is moving towards filling the 'gap' in 2D RNA structure prediction where, for example, predicted internal loops often form non-canonical base pairs. This is increasingly recognized with the steady increase of known RNA 3D modules. There is a general interest in matching structural modules known from one molecule(More)
Recent experimental and computational progress has revealed a large potential for RNA structure in the genome. This has been driven by computational strategies that exploit multiple genomes of related organisms to identify common sequences and secondary structures. However, these computational approaches have two main challenges: they are computationally(More)
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