Human long intrinsically disordered protein regions are frequent targets of positive selection

Afanasyeva A, Bockwoldt M, Cooney CR, Heiland I, Goßmann T (2018)
Genome Research 28(7): 975-982.

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Afanasyeva, Arina; Bockwoldt, Mathias; Cooney, Christopher R.; Heiland, Ines; Goßmann, ToniUniBi
Erscheinungsjahr
2018
Zeitschriftentitel
Genome Research
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28
Ausgabe
7
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975-982
ISSN
1088-9051
eISSN
1549-5469
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2941289

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Afanasyeva A, Bockwoldt M, Cooney CR, Heiland I, Goßmann T. Human long intrinsically disordered protein regions are frequent targets of positive selection. Genome Research. 2018;28(7):975-982.
Afanasyeva, A., Bockwoldt, M., Cooney, C. R., Heiland, I., & Goßmann, T. (2018). Human long intrinsically disordered protein regions are frequent targets of positive selection. Genome Research, 28(7), 975-982. doi:10.1101/gr.232645.117
Afanasyeva, A., Bockwoldt, M., Cooney, C. R., Heiland, I., and Goßmann, T. (2018). Human long intrinsically disordered protein regions are frequent targets of positive selection. Genome Research 28, 975-982.
Afanasyeva, A., et al., 2018. Human long intrinsically disordered protein regions are frequent targets of positive selection. Genome Research, 28(7), p 975-982.
A. Afanasyeva, et al., “Human long intrinsically disordered protein regions are frequent targets of positive selection”, Genome Research, vol. 28, 2018, pp. 975-982.
Afanasyeva, A., Bockwoldt, M., Cooney, C.R., Heiland, I., Goßmann, T.: Human long intrinsically disordered protein regions are frequent targets of positive selection. Genome Research. 28, 975-982 (2018).
Afanasyeva, Arina, Bockwoldt, Mathias, Cooney, Christopher R., Heiland, Ines, and Goßmann, Toni. “Human long intrinsically disordered protein regions are frequent targets of positive selection”. Genome Research 28.7 (2018): 975-982.

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