Questions


Thursday, September 7, 2006
- Can a tRNA sequence form a circular RNA?
- Are there single stranded circular RNAs?
- This question probably came about when thinking that secondary structures of RNA show huge circular loop regions. Those huge circular loops clearly do not represent correctly the interactions seen on the tertiary level, a question was asked to Doug Turner on his visit to Rutgers as to how to solve such a problem. I was wondering if maybe the type of information we collected for single stranded base-steps of RNA could help.

Monday, August 28, 2006
- How do helical structure graphs evolve on folding?

Friday, August 18, 2006
- What do the distances of P atoms to the average helical vector in helical regions tell us?
- How are RNA helices classified? For example, there are A and AII type RNA helices, are there any other common types?