Regliss – RNA locally optimal structures
Actively developped in 2011.
Software self-assessment: A-2, SO-4, SM-2, EM-2, SDL-4, DA-4, CD-4, MS-4, TPM-4
Software web site : http://bioinfo.lifl.fr/RNA/regliss/
Regliss is a tool that studies the energy landscape of a given RNA sequence by considering locally optimal structures. Locally optimal structures are thermodynamically stable structures that are maximal for inclusion: they cannot be extended without producing a conflict between base pairs in the secondary structure, or increasing the free energy. The tool generates all locally optimal structures in a given sequence. Moreover, Regliss can be used to explore the neighborhood of structures through an energy landscape graph.