Probing-directed identification of novel structured RNAsстатья

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[1] Probing-directed identification of novel structured rnas / S. V. Vinogradova, R. A. Sutormin, A. A. Mironov, R. A. Soldatov // RNA Biology. — 2016. — Vol. 13, no. 2. — P. 232–242. Transcripts often harbor RNA elements, which regulate cell processes co- or post-transcriptionally. The functions of many regulatory RNA elements depend on their structure, thus it is important to determine the structure as well as to scan genomes for structured elements. State of the art ab initio approaches to predict structured RNAs rely on DNA sequence analysis. They use 2 major types of information inferred from a sequence: thermodynamic stability of an RNA structure and evolutionary footprints of base-pair interactions. In recent years, chemical probing of RNA has arisen as an alternative source of structural information. RNA probing experiments detect positions accessible to specific types of chemicals or enzymes indicating their propensity to be in a paired or unpaired state. There exist several strategies to integrate probing data into RNA secondary structure prediction algorithms that substantially improve the prediction quality. However, whether and how probing data could contribute to detection of structured RNAs remains an open question. We previously developed the energy-based approach RNASurface to detect locally optimal structured RNA elements. Here, we integrate probing data into the RNASurface energy model using a general framework. We show that the use of experimental data allows for better discrimination of ncRNAs from other transcripts. Application of RNASurface to genome-wide analysis of the human transcriptome with PARS data identifies previously undetectable segments, with evidence of functionality for some of them. [ DOI ]

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