New Genome Similarity Measures based on Conserved Gene Adjacencies

Dörr D, Kowada LAB, Soares de Araujo FE, Deshpande S, Dantas S, Moret BME, Stoye J (2017)
Journal of Computational Biology 24(6): 616-634.

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Dörr D, Kowada LAB, Soares de Araujo FE, et al. New Genome Similarity Measures based on Conserved Gene Adjacencies. Journal of Computational Biology. 2017;24(6):616-634.
Dörr, D., Kowada, L. A. B., Soares de Araujo, F. E., Deshpande, S., Dantas, S., Moret, B. M. E., & Stoye, J. (2017). New Genome Similarity Measures based on Conserved Gene Adjacencies. Journal of Computational Biology, 24(6), 616-634. doi:10.1089/cmb.2017.0065
Dörr, D., Kowada, L. A. B., Soares de Araujo, F. E., Deshpande, S., Dantas, S., Moret, B. M. E., and Stoye, J. (2017). New Genome Similarity Measures based on Conserved Gene Adjacencies. Journal of Computational Biology 24, 616-634.
Dörr, D., et al., 2017. New Genome Similarity Measures based on Conserved Gene Adjacencies. Journal of Computational Biology, 24(6), p 616-634.
D. Dörr, et al., “New Genome Similarity Measures based on Conserved Gene Adjacencies”, Journal of Computational Biology, vol. 24, 2017, pp. 616-634.
Dörr, D., Kowada, L.A.B., Soares de Araujo, F.E., Deshpande, S., Dantas, S., Moret, B.M.E., Stoye, J.: New Genome Similarity Measures based on Conserved Gene Adjacencies. Journal of Computational Biology. 24, 616-634 (2017).
Dörr, Daniel, Kowada, Luis Antonio B., Soares de Araujo, Francisco Eloi, Deshpande, Shachi, Dantas, Simone, Moret, Bernard M. E., and Stoye, Jens. “New Genome Similarity Measures based on Conserved Gene Adjacencies”. Journal of Computational Biology 24.6 (2017): 616-634.

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