CleaveLand is a command-line executed pipeline for finding cleaved small RNA targets using degradome data (also known as PARE [parallel analysis of RNA ends] and GMUCT [genome-wide mapping of uncapped transcripts]). Provided with a set of degradome data, a list of small RNA queries, a reference transcriptome/mRNA set, CleaveLand outputs potentially cleaved small RNA targets along with other supporting information.
Axtell Lab @ Penn State
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Addo-Quaye, C., Miller, W., and Axtell, M.J. (2009).
CleaveLand: A pipeline for using degradome data to find cleaved small RNA targets.
Bioinformatics 25: 130-131.