|During the last few years, several new small regulatory RNAs (sRNAs) have been discovered in bacteria.
Most of them act as post-transcriptional regulators by base pairing to a target mRNA, causing translational
repression or activation, or mRNA degradation. Numerous sRNAs have already been identified, but the number
of experimentally verified targets is considerably lower. Consequently, computational target
prediction is in great demand. Many existing target prediction programs neglect the accessibility of target
sites and the existence of a seed, while other approaches are either specialized to certain types of RNAs or too
slow for genome-wide searches.
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|Efficient RNA-RNA interaction prediction incorporating accessibility and seeding of interaction sites.