Rfam 11.0: 10 years of RNA families

@article{Burge2013Rfam11,
  title={Rfam 11.0: 10 years of RNA families},
  author={Sarah W. Burge and J. Daub and R. Eberhardt and J. Tate and Lars Barquist and Eric P. Nawrocki and S. Eddy and P. Gardner and A. Bateman},
  journal={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={41},
  pages={D226 - D232}
}
The Rfam database (available via the website at http://rfam.sanger.ac.uk and through our mirror at http://rfam.janelia.org) is a collection of non-coding RNA families, primarily RNAs with a conserved RNA secondary structure, including both RNA genes and mRNA cis-regulatory elements. Each family is represented by a multiple sequence alignment, predicted secondary structure and covariance model. Here we discuss updates to the database in the latest release, Rfam 11.0, including the introduction… Expand

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