tRNAscan-SE -- a program for finding transfer RNAs
Copyright (C) 2017 Patricia P. Chan, Brian Lin, and Todd M. Lowe
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1. Fichant, G.A. and Burks, C. (1991) "Identifying potential tRNA
genes in genomic DNA sequences", J. Mol. Biol., 220, 659-671.
2. Eddy, S.R. and Durbin, R. (1994) "RNA sequence analysis using
covariance models", Nucl. Acids Res., 22, 2079-2088.