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|CexoR: an R/Bioconductor package to uncover high-resolution protein-DNA interactions in ChIP-exo replicates||HTML PDF|
|Renewing bioinformatics workflow systems by using a Web 2.0 approach||HTML PDF|
|Roberto Colella, Bachir Balech, Antonella Vaccina, Pietro Leo, Gaetano Scioscia|
|Longevity of Biological Databases||HTML PDF|
|Teresa K. Attwood, Bora Agit, Lynda B.M. Ellis|
|EMBnet Spotlight (Winter 2015)|
|EMBnet Spotlight (Spring 2015)|
|Protein Spotlight 168|
|Protein Spotlight 170|
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