If you want to design puzzles based on naturally-occurring RNAs, consider searching for a sequence in one of the online secondary structure databases listed below. You may have to break pseudoknots to create your puzzle. For structures represented in dot-bracket notation, this can be done by substituting a "." for symbols other than parentheses.

Name Description
RNA STRAND Over 4000 secondary structures from a variety of sources. Structures available in dot-bracket notation.
Rfam A collection of RNA families. Secondary structures must be saved through the VARNA applet.
fRNAdb A database of noncoding RNAs.
Subviral RNA Database A database of subviral agents.

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