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Chapter 9 . Visualizing RNA sequence and structure Contributors

@inproceedings{Aigner2011Chapter9,
  title={Chapter 9 . Visualizing RNA sequence and structure Contributors},
  author={Kornelia Aigner and F. Dre{\ss}en and V. Fritsch and T. Gesell and Fabrice and Jossinet and Yann Ponty and G. Steger and E. Westhof},
  year={2011}
}
Context. RNA molecules are biopolymers equipped with the dual ability to store genetic information and play functional roles in the cell. Up until recently, their biological function was seen as primarily dedicated to the synthesis of proteins, but it is now fully recognized that RNA molecules play key roles at all stages of cell life in Eukarya, Bacteria, Archaea and viruses. The advent of high-throughput experimental approaches has greatly increased the identification rate of new RNA entities… Expand

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