The service provides tools for creating visual representations of genetic structures involving RNA. It converts experimental data to depict secondary structures and pseudoknot structures. By providing a consistent, flexible toolset, it helps researchers overcome problems with variations in data structures and software incompatibilities.
API methods support conversion of large data sets to visualize complex RNA secondary structures with pseudoknots. Methods accept data uploads for RNA sequences in bracketed or paired format along with specifications for the output image desired. The service then generates the requested image representing relationships between RNA components implied by the data.
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