RNAML: a standard syntax for exchanging RNA information.

@article{Waugh2002RNAMLAS,
  title={RNAML: a standard syntax for exchanging RNA information.},
  author={Allison Waugh and Patrick Gendron and Russ Altman and James W. Brown and David A. Case and Daniel Gautheret and Stephen C. Harvey and Neocles B Leontis and John D. Westbrook and Eric Westhof and Michael Zuker and François Major},
  journal={RNA},
  year={2002},
  volume={8 6},
  pages={707-17}
}
Analyzing a single data set using multiple RNA informatics programs often requires a file format conversion between each pair of programs, significantly hampering productivity. To facilitate the interoperation of these programs, we propose a syntax to exchange basic RNA molecular information. This RNAML syntax allows for the storage and the exchange of information about RNA sequence and secondary and tertiary structures. The syntax permits the description of higher level information about the… CONTINUE READING

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