SePIA is a comprehensive RNA Sequencing workflow standardizing Processing, Integration, and Analysis of large-scale sequencing data. It provides a systematic, pipeline architecture to manage, individually analyze, and integrate both small-RNA and RNA data.
FITOM is a computer program for the detection of binding sites in DNA or RNA sequences. It implements several methods described in the literature to compute an approximation of binding affinity for a particular site based on a collection of binding sequences provided by the user.
xFITOM is a fully featured GUI-enabled version of FITOM for Ms-Windows platforms that integrates additional functionality. The program provides an easy to use graphical user interface (GUI) to define all the relevant options for locating binding sites in genetic sequences.
Carnac is a software tool for analysing the hypothetical secondary structure of a family of homologous RNA. It aims at predicting if the sequences actually share a common secondary structure. When this structure exists, Carnac is then able to correctly recover a large amount of the folded stems. The input is a set of single-stranded RNA sequences that need not to be aligned. The folding strategy relies on a thermodynamic model with energy minimization. It combines information coming from locally conserved elements of the primary structure and mutual information between sequences with covariations too.
RNAConSLOpt is a program for predicting consensus stable local optimal structures (represented by stack configurations) for aligned RNA sequences. RNAConSLOpt can be used to predict consensus alternate structures for riboswitches.