NUPACK: Analysis and design of nucleic acid systems

@article{Zadeh2011NUPACKAA,
  title={NUPACK: Analysis and design of nucleic acid systems},
  author={J. Zadeh and C. Steenberg and J. Bois and Brian R. Wolfe and Marshall B. Pierce and A. R. Khan and Robert M. Dirks and N. Pierce},
  journal={Journal of Computational Chemistry},
  year={2011},
  volume={32}
}
The Nucleic Acid Package (NUPACK) is a growing software suite for the analysis and design of nucleic acid systems. The NUPACK web server (http://www.nupack.org) currently enables: Analysis: thermodynamic analysis of dilute solutions of interacting nucleic acid strands. Design: sequence design for complexes of nucleic acid strands intended to adopt a target secondary structure at equilibrium. Utilities: evaluation, display, and annotation of equilibrium properties of a complex of nucleic acid… Expand
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