Recode v. 2.0 / Database of translational recoding events.


Recoding resources on the Net


A program for automatic annotation of bacterial release factors. The main feature of ARFA is its ability to predict and annotate +1 ribosomal frameshifting that takes place during expression of release factor 2 genes. [link]


A database of programmed ribosomal frameshifting events. [link]


A program for identification and visualisation of candidate frameshift prone sequences. The program is based on the search for patterns that are known in certain types of ribosomal frameshifting. [link]


A program for predicting sites of ribosomal frameshifting containing simple RNA pseudoknots. [link]


A program for detecting overlapping coding sequences. [link]


A program for automatic identification and annotation of Antizyme CDS in EST sequences or mRNA sequences predicted from genome sequences. Oaf detects sites of +1 ribosomal frameshifting that is required for Antizyme synthesis. [link]


A database of computationally predicted putative frameshift candidates. [link]


Visualizing RNA secondary structures and pseudoknot structures is essential to bioinformatics systems that deal with RNA structures. However, many bioinformatics systems use heterogeneous data structures and incompatible software components, so integration of software components into a system can be hindered by incompatibilities between the components of the system. PseudoViewer use a XML web service and web application program for visualizing RNA secondary structures with pseudoknots. PseudoViewer is useful for resolving many problems with incompatible software components as well as for visualizing large-scale RNA secondary structures with pseudoknots of any type. [PseudoViewer Web Serive is used by Recode2 for the visualization of secondary structures]. [link]


A program for identification of SECIS elements in mRNA sequences. [link]


A database of selenoprotein genes. [link]