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BrainDead - RNA classification via accessible k-mers
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BrainDead

BrainDead - RNA classification via accessible k-mers

BrainDead learns and predicts a two-class model for short RNA sequences based on accessibility-enhanced k-mer features. That is, the model considers whether or not k-mers are covered by intra-molecular or homo-dimer base pairs of stable structures or RNA-RNA interactions.

For articles describing the tool and webserver refer to the reference section below. Please cite us when using our tools.
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Try BrainDead with this example: miRNAs as ligands for microglia activation (input|result) ?

Note: the BrainDead webserver will be offline for maintenance from 02/12/2021 to 15/01/2022.

Due to an upcoming hardware replacement and restructuring, we have to temporarily stop the Freiburg RNA tools service. We will restart the service as soon as possible, hopefully before the announced date.

We apologize for the inconvenience.

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Results are computed with BrainDead version 1.0.1 using IntaRNA 3.1.5 and Vienna RNA package 2.4.14