Structural conventions for group I introns.

@article{Burke1987StructuralCF,
  title={Structural conventions for group I introns.},
  author={John M. Burke and Marlene Belfort and Thomas R Cech and Ronald W. Davies and Rudolf J. Schweyen and David A. Shub and Jack W Szostak and Henk F. Tabak},
  journal={Nucleic acids research},
  year={1987},
  volume={15 18},
  pages={7217-21}
}
Conventions for nomenclature of structural elements and a standard secondary structure representation for group I introns have been established by workers in the field. These conventions are designed to facilitate effective communication of information concerning the structure and function of these self-splicing introns. 

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