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Shang L., Gardner D.P., Xu W., Cannone J.J., Miranker D.P., Ozer S., and Gutell R.R. (2013).
Two Accurate Sequence, Structure, and Phylogenetic Template-Based RNA Alignment Systems.
BMC Systems Biology, 7(S4):S13.
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Manuscript Figures and Table:
|Figure 1: Example of the alignment statistics generation process performed by CRWAlign:
|Figure 2: Example of the alignment process performed by CRWAlign:
|Figure 3: The relationship between structural elements (a) and the template sequence alignment (b), which affects the structural descriptor generation (c).||PNG|
|Figure 4: The flowchart of the complete structural model identification process.||PNG|
|Figure 5: Pairwise sequence accuracy results from alignment of 1,000 bacterial 16S rRNA sequences for ten alignment programs.||PNG|
|Figure 6: Pairwise sequence accuracy results from alignment of 1,000 bacterial 16S rRNA sequences for four alignment programs and three different template alignments (250, 500 and 2,000 sequences).||PNG|
|Figure 7: Execution time for aligning 1,000 bacterial 16S rRNA sequences for five alignment programs.||PNG|
|Figure 8: Execution time for the different phases of the a) CRWAlign-1 and b) CRWAlign-2 programs when aligning 500 and 1,000 bacterial 16S rRNA sequences and using 250, 500 and 2000 template sequences.||PNG|
|Table 1: Sequences in template alignments and used for testing. No overlap occurs between sequences tested and sequences in template alignments.||HTML|