An iterative method for faster sum-of-pairs multiple sequence alignment

Reinert K, Stoye J, Will T (2000)
Bioinformatics 16(9): 808-814.

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Reinert K, Stoye J, Will T. An iterative method for faster sum-of-pairs multiple sequence alignment. Bioinformatics. 2000;16(9):808-814.
Reinert, K., Stoye, J., & Will, T. (2000). An iterative method for faster sum-of-pairs multiple sequence alignment. Bioinformatics, 16(9), 808-814.
Reinert, K., Stoye, J., and Will, T. (2000). An iterative method for faster sum-of-pairs multiple sequence alignment. Bioinformatics 16, 808-814.
Reinert, K., Stoye, J., & Will, T., 2000. An iterative method for faster sum-of-pairs multiple sequence alignment. Bioinformatics, 16(9), p 808-814.
K. Reinert, J. Stoye, and T. Will, “An iterative method for faster sum-of-pairs multiple sequence alignment”, Bioinformatics, vol. 16, 2000, pp. 808-814.
Reinert, K., Stoye, J., Will, T.: An iterative method for faster sum-of-pairs multiple sequence alignment. Bioinformatics. 16, 808-814 (2000).
Reinert, Knut, Stoye, Jens, and Will, Torsten. “An iterative method for faster sum-of-pairs multiple sequence alignment”. Bioinformatics 16.9 (2000): 808-814.
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