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RNA structure from deep sequencing

A method to identify interacting regions in a folded RNA is a step toward solving RNA structures from sequencing data.

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Figure 1: Development of RPL method.


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Westhof, E. RNA structure from deep sequencing. Nat Biotechnol 33, 928–929 (2015).

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