SIRIUS: decomposing isotope patterns for metabolite identification

Böcker S, Lipták Z, Pervukhin A, Letzel MC (2009)
Bioinformatics 25(2): 218-224.

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Böcker S, Lipták Z, Pervukhin A, Letzel MC. SIRIUS: decomposing isotope patterns for metabolite identification. Bioinformatics. 2009;25(2):218-224.
Böcker, S., Lipták , Z., Pervukhin, A., & Letzel , M. C. (2009). SIRIUS: decomposing isotope patterns for metabolite identification. Bioinformatics, 25(2), 218-224.
Böcker, S., Lipták , Z., Pervukhin, A., and Letzel , M. C. (2009). SIRIUS: decomposing isotope patterns for metabolite identification. Bioinformatics 25, 218-224.
Böcker, S., et al., 2009. SIRIUS: decomposing isotope patterns for metabolite identification. Bioinformatics, 25(2), p 218-224.
S. Böcker, et al., “SIRIUS: decomposing isotope patterns for metabolite identification”, Bioinformatics, vol. 25, 2009, pp. 218-224.
Böcker, S., Lipták , Z., Pervukhin, A., Letzel , M.C.: SIRIUS: decomposing isotope patterns for metabolite identification. Bioinformatics. 25, 218-224 (2009).
Böcker, Sebastian, Lipták , Zsuzsanna, Pervukhin, Anton, and Letzel , Matthias C. “SIRIUS: decomposing isotope patterns for metabolite identification”. Bioinformatics 25.2 (2009): 218-224.
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