The RNAdesign package

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The RNA sequence design problem asks for a single sequence that readily folds into the (one or more) structural targets that are given as input.

This program expects on standard input a file with one or more structures and, possibly, additional sequence constraints in the form of an IUPAC string. It will then run a Markov chain to find a sequence that is optimal with regard to the structural targets and the user-defineable optimization function.

The user can give different optimization criteria on the command line, akin to a simple calculator.

For more details please consult:

You can also run RNAdesign --showmanual which will display the same

If you find this program useful, please cite:

Christian Hoener zu Siederdissen, Stefan Hammer, Ingrid Abfalter, Ivo L. Hofacker, Christoph Flamm, Peter F. Stadler
Computational design of RNAs with complex energy landscapes
2013. Biopolymers. 99, no. 12. 99. 1124–36.


Dependenciesarray (>=0.4), base (==4.*), BiobaseTurner (>=, BiobaseVienna (>=0.3), BiobaseXNA (>=0.8.1), bytestring (>=0.10), cmdargs (==0.10.*), containers, fgl (>=5.4), fgl-extras-decompositions (>=, file-embed (>=0.0.6), lens (>=3.9), monad-primitive (>=0.1), mwc-random-monad (>=0.6), parallel (>=3.2), parsec (>=3), ParsecTools (==0.0.2.*), primitive (>=0.5), PrimitiveArray (>=0.5.3), random (>=1.0), RNAFold (>=, transformers (>=0.3), tuple (>=0.2), vector (>=0.10), ViennaRNA-bindings (>=
CopyrightChristian Hoener zu Siederdissen, 2013-2014
AuthorChristian Hoener zu Siederdissen
UploadedThu Feb 13 23:55:24 UTC 2014 by ChristianHoener
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