Automatic Detection of Conserved Base Pairing Patterns in RNA Virus Genomes


Almost all RNA molecules--and consequently also almost all subsequences of a large RNA molecule-form secondary structures. The presence of secondary structure in itself therefore does not indicate any functional significance. In fact, we cannot expect a conserved secondary structure for all parts of a viral genome or a mRNA, even if there is a significant… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/S0097-8485(99)00013-3

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