Global importance of RNA secondary structures in protein-coding sequences

@article{Fricke2019GlobalIO,
  title={Global importance of RNA secondary structures in protein-coding sequences},
  author={M. Fricke and Ruman Gerst and B. Ibrahim and M. Niepmann and M. Marz},
  journal={Bioinformatics},
  year={2019},
  volume={35},
  pages={579 - 583}
}
Motivation: The protein‐coding sequences of messenger RNAs are the linear template for translation of the gene sequence into protein. Nevertheless, the RNA can also form secondary structures by intramolecular base‐pairing. Results: We show that the nucleotide distribution within codons is biased in all taxa of life on a global scale. Thereby, RNA secondary structures that require base‐pairing between the position 1 of a codon with the position 1 of an opposing codon (here named RNA secondary… Expand
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