ct-uniq — print unique structures from a .ct file
ct-uniq reads a set of stuctures in .ct format from each FILE, sorts them, and writes the unique structures to standard output. All structures should be on the same sequence(s) or ct-uniq may not function correctly.
When no FILE is specified, or if FILE is -, ct-uniq reads standard input.
ct-uniq is generally used to eliminate duplicates from sets of stochastic tracebacks produced by hybrid or hybrid-ss.
Markham, N. R. and Zuker, M. (2008) UNAFold: software for nucleic acid folding and hybridization. In Keith, J. M., editor, Bioinformatics, Volume II. Structure, Functions and Applications, number 453 in Methods in Molecular Biology, chapter 1, pages 3-31. Humana Press, Totowa, NJ. ISBN 978-1-60327-428-9.
Other references which may be useful may be found at http://www.unafold.org/Dinamelt/dinamelt-references.php
Nick Markham <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Michael Zuker <email@example.com>
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