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Finally, a practically fast multiple alignment tool for RNAs has arrived !

Long-awaited practical multiple alignment tool for structural RNA sequences is released by a research group of National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) and Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, University of Tokyo. The tool is named Murlet and its web server is readily available. The source code is released under public domain.

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Univ. Tokyo Team Sets the New Horizon for Designing siRNA

Katoh, T. and Suzuki, T. (U. Tokyo), recently published a novel computational algorithm to predict efficacy of an siRNA from its sequence data. Their web server siExplorer; an implementation of their algorithm is available on-line.

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Database Update for New Year

A happy new year from! We updated our databases for fRNAdb and UCSC Genome Browser For Functional RNA as of Jan. 9, 2007. Major changes include replacement of H-inv cDNAs with current release (rel.3). UCSC Genome Browser is now based on original v146.

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244 Newly Identified Human miRNA genes are added to the Known miRNA track

We added newly identified 244 human miRNAs to the "Known miRNA" track of our UCSC GenomeBrowser for Functional RNAs.

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fRNAdb: Nucleic Acids Res. Advanced Access is Available

Recently, fRNAdb is accepted by Nucleic Acids Research Database Issue. Free full article text is available from NAR on-line web site. Please be sure to check this out !

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