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Motivation: For high-throughput prediction of the helical arrangements of large RNA molecules, an innovative method termed multiplexed hydroxyl radical (·OH) cleavage analysis (MOHCA) has been proposed (Das et al., 2008) . A key step in this promising technique is to detect peaks accurately from noisy radioactivity profiles. Since manual peak finding is laborious and prone to error, an automated peak detection method to improve the accuracy and throughput of MOHCA is required. Existing methodsdoi:10.1093/bioinformatics/btp110 pmid:19246511 fatcat:5faspnnjo5fmhlajkx54kcuczy