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Solving Classification Problems for Large Sets of Protein Sequences with the Example of Hox and ParaHox Proteins

Solving Classification Problems for Large Sets of Protein Sequences with the Example of Hox and ParaHox Proteins

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HUEBER, Stefanie D., Tancred FRICKEY, 2016. Solving Classification Problems for Large Sets of Protein Sequences with the Example of Hox and ParaHox Proteins. In: Journal of Developmental Biology. 4(1), 8. eISSN 2221-3759. Available under: doi: 10.3390/jdb4010008

@article{Hueber2016-03Solvi-33668, title={Solving Classification Problems for Large Sets of Protein Sequences with the Example of Hox and ParaHox Proteins}, year={2016}, doi={10.3390/jdb4010008}, number={1}, volume={4}, journal={Journal of Developmental Biology}, author={Hueber, Stefanie D. and Frickey, Tancred}, note={Article Number: 8} }

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