Modeling cross-hybridization on phylogenetic DNA microarrays increases the detection power of closely related species

Engelmann JA, Rahmann S, Wolf M, Schultz J, Fritzilas E, Kneitz S, Dandekar T, Müller T (2009)
Molecular Ecology Resources 9(1): 83-93.

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Engelmann JA, Rahmann S, Wolf M, et al. Modeling cross-hybridization on phylogenetic DNA microarrays increases the detection power of closely related species. Molecular Ecology Resources. 2009;9(1):83-93.
Engelmann, J. A., Rahmann, S., Wolf, M., Schultz, J., Fritzilas, E., Kneitz, S., Dandekar, T., et al. (2009). Modeling cross-hybridization on phylogenetic DNA microarrays increases the detection power of closely related species. Molecular Ecology Resources, 9(1), 83-93. doi:10.1111/j.1755-0998.2008.02199.x
Engelmann, J. A., Rahmann, S., Wolf, M., Schultz, J., Fritzilas, E., Kneitz, S., Dandekar, T., and Müller, T. (2009). Modeling cross-hybridization on phylogenetic DNA microarrays increases the detection power of closely related species. Molecular Ecology Resources 9, 83-93.
Engelmann, J.A., et al., 2009. Modeling cross-hybridization on phylogenetic DNA microarrays increases the detection power of closely related species. Molecular Ecology Resources, 9(1), p 83-93.
J.A. Engelmann, et al., “Modeling cross-hybridization on phylogenetic DNA microarrays increases the detection power of closely related species”, Molecular Ecology Resources, vol. 9, 2009, pp. 83-93.
Engelmann, J.A., Rahmann, S., Wolf, M., Schultz, J., Fritzilas, E., Kneitz, S., Dandekar, T., Müller, T.: Modeling cross-hybridization on phylogenetic DNA microarrays increases the detection power of closely related species. Molecular Ecology Resources. 9, 83-93 (2009).
Engelmann, Julia A., Rahmann, Sven, Wolf, Matthias, Schultz, Jörg, Fritzilas, Epameinondas, Kneitz, Susanne, Dandekar, Thomas, and Müller, Tobias. “Modeling cross-hybridization on phylogenetic DNA microarrays increases the detection power of closely related species”. Molecular Ecology Resources 9.1 (2009): 83-93.
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