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Studies of RNA-binding peptides, and recent combinatorial library experiments in particular, have demonstrated that diverse peptide sequences and structures can be used to recognize specific RNA sites. The identification of large numbers of sequences capable of binding to a particular site has provided extensive phylogenetic information used to deduce basic principles of recognition. The high frequency at which RNA-binding peptides are found in large sequence libraries suggests plausible routesdoi:10.1002/bip.10429 pmid:12925994 fatcat:jkavgrjdr5bn3cljqggixpy52y