Efficient Computation of Approximate Gene Clusters Based on Reference Occurrences

Jahn K (2010)
In: Proc. RECOMB-CG., 6398. 264-277.

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Jahn K. Efficient Computation of Approximate Gene Clusters Based on Reference Occurrences. In: Proc. RECOMB-CG. Vol 6398. 2010: 264-277.
Jahn, K. (2010). Efficient Computation of Approximate Gene Clusters Based on Reference Occurrences. Proc. RECOMB-CG, 6398, 264-277. doi:10.1089/cmb.2011.0132
Jahn, K. (2010). “Efficient Computation of Approximate Gene Clusters Based on Reference Occurrences” in Proc. RECOMB-CG, vol. 6398, 264-277.
Jahn, K., 2010. Efficient Computation of Approximate Gene Clusters Based on Reference Occurrences. In Proc. RECOMB-CG. no.6398 pp. 264-277.
K. Jahn, “Efficient Computation of Approximate Gene Clusters Based on Reference Occurrences”, Proc. RECOMB-CG, vol. 6398, 2010, pp.264-277.
Jahn, K.: Efficient Computation of Approximate Gene Clusters Based on Reference Occurrences. Proc. RECOMB-CG. 6398, p. 264-277. (2010).
Jahn, Katharina. “Efficient Computation of Approximate Gene Clusters Based on Reference Occurrences”. Proc. RECOMB-CG. 2010.Vol. 6398. 264-277.

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