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Old 02-21-2014, 06:58 AM   #1
thedamian
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Default RNA structural alignment

Hi,
Can you recommend me a program for RNA structural alignment?

For example:
I have a known RNA structure (from PDB or soft) with its coordinates in .ct, .bp etc, and I want to align to this structure other homolog found by blast.

I tested several programs, but I didn't get what I wanted.
All programs change my input known structure and create new structure shared by both molecules. My known input structure should be retained, it should not be changed;/
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