BRASERO: A Resource for Benchmarking RNA Secondary Structure Comparison Algorithms

@inproceedings{Allali2012BRASEROAR,
  title={BRASERO: A Resource for Benchmarking RNA Secondary Structure Comparison Algorithms},
  author={Julien Allali and C{\'e}dric Saule and C{\'e}dric Chauve and Yves D'Aubenton-Carafa and Alain Denise and Christine Drevet and Pascal Ferraro and Daniel Gautheret and Claire Herrbach and Fabrice Leclerc and Antoine de Monte and A{\"i}da Ouangraoua and Marie-France Sagot and Michel Termier and Claude Thermes and H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Touzet},
  booktitle={Adv. Bioinformatics},
  year={2012}
}
The pairwise comparison of RNA secondary structures is a fundamental problem, with direct application in mining databases for annotating putative noncoding RNA candidates in newly sequenced genomes. An increasing number of software tools are available for comparing RNA secondary structures, based on different models (such as ordered trees or forests, arc annotated sequences, and multilevel trees) and computational principles (edit distance, alignment). We describe here the website BRASERO that… CONTINUE READING
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