Does systematic variation improve the reproducibility of animal experiments?

Jonker R, Günther A, Engqvist L, Schmoll T (2013)
Nature Methods 10(5).

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Jonker R, Günther A, Engqvist L, Schmoll T. Does systematic variation improve the reproducibility of animal experiments? Nature Methods. 2013;10(5).
Jonker, R., Günther, A., Engqvist, L., & Schmoll, T. (2013). Does systematic variation improve the reproducibility of animal experiments? Nature Methods, 10(5).
Jonker, R., Günther, A., Engqvist, L., and Schmoll, T. (2013). Does systematic variation improve the reproducibility of animal experiments? Nature Methods 10.
Jonker, R., et al., 2013. Does systematic variation improve the reproducibility of animal experiments? Nature Methods, 10(5).
R. Jonker, et al., “Does systematic variation improve the reproducibility of animal experiments?”, Nature Methods, vol. 10, 2013.
Jonker, R., Günther, A., Engqvist, L., Schmoll, T.: Does systematic variation improve the reproducibility of animal experiments? Nature Methods. 10, (2013).
Jonker, Rudy, Günther, Anja, Engqvist, Leif, and Schmoll, Tim. “Does systematic variation improve the reproducibility of animal experiments?”. Nature Methods 10.5 (2013).
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