BpForms: a toolkit for concretely describing modified DNA, RNA and proteins

24 Mar 2019Paul F. LangYassmine ChebaroJonathan R. Karr

Summary: Non-canonical nucleic and amino acid monomers are essential to enhance the information capacity, functional capabilities, and stability of DNA, RNA, and protein biopolymers. However, there are few tools for describing the primary structure of biopolymers that include non-canonical monomers... (read more)

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