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Convert the bonds of a biomolecular sequence to a string in a basic dot-bracket form
takes the bonds from a biomolecular sequence bioseq and attempts to find a corresponding string in dot-bracket form.
attempt to find a corresponding string in dot-bracket form for the given bond list bondlist and overall sequence length seqlength.
Generate the dot-bracket form from a bonded biomolecular sequence:
Dot-bracket form can be calculated from a list of bonds and a sequence length:
A dot-bracket form can often be found for bonds with nested bonding, such as in pseudo-knots:
It is not always possible to find a dot-bracket form for a given list of bonds:
The dot-bracket form for a biomolecular sequence without any bonds is not very interesting:
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