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Systematic identification and evolutionary features of rhesus monkey small nucleolar RNAs

Yong Zhang, Jun Liu, Chunshi Jia, Tingting Li, Rimao Wu, Jie Wang, Ying Chen, Xiaoting Zou, Runsheng Chen, Xiu-Jie Wang* and Dahai Zhu*

BMC Genomics 2010, 11:61  doi:10.1186/1471-2164-11-61

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Annotation of 7 unclassified ncRNA candidates

Peter F Stadler   (2010-02-19 11:48)  University of Leipzig email

Seven of the eight "unclassified ncRNA candidates" can be readily annotated as homologs of well-known ncRNAs. Numbering the eight sequences in the order of appearance at the end of the article's Supplementary File 1, we have:

unc-1 = mitochondrial tRNA-Met (partial)
unc-3 = mitochondrial tRNA-Thr (partial)
unc-4 = mitochondrial tRNA-Lys
unc-5 = mitochondrial tRNA-Trp (+short 5' extension)
unc-2 = selenocysteine tRNA (tRNA-SeC)
unc-6 = SNORA31 paralog (box H/ACA snoRNA)
unc-8 = SNORA79 (box H/ACA snoRNA)

A short Technical Report detailing the evidence for these annotations can be found at
http://www.bioinf.uni-leipzig.de/Publications/PREPRINTS/10-004.pdf

Competing interests

I have no competing interests.

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