Wiebe NJ, Meyer IM. (2010) TRANSAT--A method for detecting the conserved helices of functional RNA structures, including transient, pseudo-knotted and alternative structures. PLoS Comput Biol. 6 (6): e1000823. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1000823
We release two versions of Transat here, the first version (v1) is the original work developed and evaluated in the above citation, kept here for reproducibility purposes. The second version (v2) is a highly optimized version of the original work that has undergone some major interface changes to make them incompatible, but results should be identical in theory. The second version (v2) is what is currently being run on the webserver, and should be the one used if reproducing the web server commands and results are desired.
Each row represents one helix predicted by the pipeline along with various statistics as described below.
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