Special Focus Bioinformatics

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The development of RNA bioinformatic tools began more than 30 y ago with the description of the Nussinov and Zuker dynamic programming algorithms for single sequence RNA secondary structure prediction. Since then, many tools have been developed for various RNA sequence analysis problems such as homology search, multiple sequence alignment, de novo RNA discovery, read-mapping, and many more. In this issue, we have collected a sampling of reviews and original research that demonstrate some of the many ways bioinformatics is integrated with current RNA biology research.

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