RNA Atlas of Structure Probing

Other names: RASP

RASP (RNA Atlas of Structure Probing) is build from 161 deduplicated transcriptome-wide RNA secondary structures from datasets culled from 38 papers. RASP covers 18 species across animals, plants, bacteria, fungi, and also viruses, and categorizes 18 experimental methods including DMS-seq, SHAPE-Seq, SHAPE-MaP, and icSHAPE, etc. Specially, RASP curates the up-to-date datasets of several RNA secondary structure probing studies for the RNA genome of SARS-CoV-2, the RNA virus that caused the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. RASP also provides a user-friendly interface to query, browse, and visualize RNA structure profiles, offering a shortcut to accessing RNA secondary structures grounded in experimental data.


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