RNA Data Analysis and Research
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RADAR finds RNA structures in a database that locally or globally match a given (usually small) query structure by performing the structure alignment of the query RNA structure with the structures in the database. The local regions found may become candidate sites containing an RNA motif. This function can also be used to detect motif occurrences in an RNA structure when the query structure is a known motif.
Input can be of two types: