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Knill, Emanuel H. and Schliep, Alexander and Torney, David C. (1996) Interpretation of Pooling Experiments Using the Markov Chain Monte Carlo Method.
Published in: Journal of computational biology : a journal of computational molecular cell biology Vol. 3 (3). pp. 395-406.

Bolten, Eva and Schliep, Alexander and Schneckener, Sebastian and Schomburg, Dietmar and Schrader, Rainer (2001) Clustering Protein Sequences - Structure Prediction by transitive homology.
Published in: Bioinformatics Vol. 17 (10). pp. 935-941.

Bolten, Eva and Schliep, Alexander and Schneckener, Sebastian and Schomburg, Dietmar and Schrader, Rainer (2001) Strongly Connected Components can Predict Protein Structure.
Published In: Electronic notes in discrete mathematics 8 Elsevier 2001, pp. 10-13.

Kaderali, Lars and Schliep, Alexander (2001) An Algorithm to Select Target Specific Probes for DNA Chips.
Technical Report , 10 p.

Pipenbacher, Peter and Schliep, Alexander and Schneckener, Sebastian and Schönhuth, Alexander and Schomburg, Dietmar and Schrader, Rainer (2002) ProClust: Improved clustering of protein sequences with an extended graph-based approach.
Published in: Bioinformatics Vol. 18 (Sup. 2). S182-S191.

Schliep, Alexander (2001) A Bayesian Approach to Learning Hidden Markov Model Topology with Applications to Biological Sequence Analysis. PhD thesis.

Green, Lance D. and Cai, Hong and Torney, David C. and Wood, Diane J. and Uribe-Romeo, Francisco J. and Kaderali, Lars and Nolan, John P. and White, P. Scott (2002) High-throughput SNP scoring with GAMMArrays: genomic analysis using multiplexed microsphere arrays.
Published In: Biomedical nanotechnology architectures and applications : 20 - 24 January 2002, San Jose, USA , SPIE. 4626 SPIE 2002, pp. 308-315.

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