Structural Alignments of pseudo-knotted RNA-molecules in polynomial time

Abstract

An RNA molecule is structured on several layers. The primary and most obvious structure is its sequence of bases, i.e. a word over the alphabet {A, C, G, U}. The higher structure is a set of one-to-one base-pairings resulting in a two-dimensional folding of the one-dimensional sequence. One speaks of a secondary structure if these pairings do not cross and… (More)

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@article{Brinkmeier2006StructuralAO, title={Structural Alignments of pseudo-knotted RNA-molecules in polynomial time}, author={Michael Brinkmeier}, journal={CoRR}, year={2006}, volume={abs/cs/0604051} }