QGRS-Conserve: a computational method for discovering evolutionarily conserved G-quadruplex motifs

Abstract

Nucleic acids containing guanine tracts can form quadruplex structures via non-Watson-Crick base pairing. Formation of G-quadruplexes is associated with the regulation of important biological functions such as transcription, genetic instability, DNA repair, DNA replication, epigenetic mechanisms, regulation of translation, and alternative splicing. G… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1479-7364-8-8

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@inproceedings{Frees2014QGRSConserveAC, title={QGRS-Conserve: a computational method for discovering evolutionarily conserved G-quadruplex motifs}, author={Scott Frees and Camille Menendez and Matt Crum and Paramjeet Singh Bagga}, booktitle={Human Genomics}, year={2014} }