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G-quadruplex databases | RNA structure data analysis

RNA G-quadruplexes (G4s) are formed by G-rich RNA sequences in protein-coding (mRNA) and non-coding (ncRNA) transcripts that fold into a four-stranded conformation. Experimental studies and bioinformatic predictions support the view that these structures are involved in different cellular functions associated to both DNA processes (telomere elongation, recombination and transcription) and RNA post-transcriptional mechanisms (including pre-mRNA processing, mRNA turnover, targeting and translation).

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(Cammas and Millevoi 2016) RNA G-quadruplexes: emerging mechanisms in disease. Nucleic Acids Res.

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