Last modified on 22 June 2010.
Analyses of RNA data that focus on its structure and evolution
Explanation of Content:
Analyses that relate RNA sequence patterns to structure.
Tables that contain the types of nucleotides and their frequencies for each position in the RNA molecule.
Descriptions of modified nucleotides that are known to appear in RNA.
Interactive comparative data presentation, using secondary structure as a scaffold.
Analyses of RNA crystal structures in the context of the corresponding comparative structure models.
Analyses that reveal patterns of variation and conservation in sets of RNA sequences.
Secondary structure diagrams that reveal the most conserved nucleotide at each position that is present in the vast majority of the sequences.
Sequence- and structure-level features that distinguish one group of organisms from other groups.
Secondary structure diagrams that show the nucleotide variation present within the sequenced members of a single species.
Two distinct presentations of intron data.
Four preconfigured online tables that disseminate intron information (for the introns that occur in the 16S and 23S rRNAs) and emphasize the major dimensions inherent in this data: 1) intron position in the rRNA, 2) intron type, 3) phylogenetic distribution, and 4) number of introns per exon gene.
Three tables which compare intron types, phylogeny, exon, and cell location for group I and II introns and all other introns that occur in the ribosomal RNAs.
Provides information about different quantitative characteristics of the comparative structures.
Folds a submitted RNA sequence into its secondary structure.
Aligns submitted RNA sequences against a template alignment.