Is there a program that can convert ct files to dot bracket format? I have RNA structures in ct format and would like to extract secondary structure information from it. ie which nucleotide are participating in the formation of stem loops, hair pins, multi-loops, psuedoknots etc. Forgi is a program that can do this but it only takes dot bracket files as input.
Question: Convert ct file to dot bracket format
2.1 years ago by
abdullahrenk • 30
abdullahrenk • 30 wrote:
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18 months ago by
ricovox • 10
ricovox • 10 wrote:
There are plenty of programs that can convert between dot-bracket notation and CT format.
The RNAstructure package (the webservers OR the downloadable package) can also predict RNA secondary structures and alignments.
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