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As an abundant post-transcriptional modification, dihydrouridine (D) has been found in transfer RNA (tRNA) from bacteria, eukaryotes, and archaea. Nonetheless, knowledge of the exact biochemical roles of dihydrouridine in mediating tRNA function is still limited. Accurate identification of the position of D sites is essential for understanding their functions. Therefore, it is desirable to develop novel methods to identify D sites. In this study, an ensemble classifier was proposed for thedoi:10.3390/molecules24030380 fatcat:zpzr4ixi5jgrncifzjaxxonnoe