RNAsite

Introduction

RNAsite is a novel method to predict small molecule-RNA binding sites. We first developed a structure-based method (RNAsite_str) by designing a group of novel structure-based features that effectively captured the perferences towards small molecule-RNA binding sites. Second, a sequence profile-based predictor (RNAsite_seq) was designed to deal with the cases where no structure is available. These two methods are combined, yielding to the final approach RNAsite. Read more about the RNAsite algorithm...

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Reference

  • H. Su, Z. Peng, J. Yang, Recognition of small molecule-RNA binding sites using RNA sequence and structure, Bioinformatics, in press (2020).