MINT can analyze structure of your RNA molecule meaning:

– find secondary and tertiary contacts and give its conformations

– compute energy for stacking interactions

– find pi-stacking pairs

– detect  and classify RNA structural motifs

– outline WCWC triplexes


MINT is also able to analyze the trajectory – compute average stacking, secondary structure and cluster the motifs.

For a single PDB analysis, complete documentation and exemplary output, please see the

MINT webserver homepage.

If you find MINT useful, please acknowledge its use by citing:

Anna Górska, Maciej Jasiński, Joanna Trylska, MINT: software to identify motifs and short-range interactions in trajectories of nucleic acids, Nucl. Acids Res., 2015, DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkv559.