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6. Eidem, H.R., J.L. Steenwyk, J. Wisecaver, J.A. Capra, P. Abbot, & A. Rokas (2018). integRATE: a desirability-based data integration framework for the prioritization of candidate genes across heterogeneous omics and its application to preterm birth. BMC Medical Genomics. doi: 10.1186/s12920-018-0426-y. PDF

5. Shen, X.-X.*, D.A. Opulente*, J. Kominek*, X. Zhou*, J.L. Steenwyk, K.V. Buh, M.A.B. Haase, J.H. Wisecaver, M. Wang, D.T. Doering, J.T. Boudouris, R.M. Schneider, Q.K. Langdon, M. Ohkuma, R. Endoh, M. Takashima, R. Manabe, N. Čadež, D. Libkind, C.A. Rosa, J. DeVirgilio, A.B. Hulfachor, M. Groenewald, C.P. Kurtzman^, C.T. Hittinger^ & A. Rokas^ (2018). Tempo and mode of genome evolution in the budding yeast subphylum. Cell. doi: 10.1016/j.cell.2018.10.023. (*Equal contributors; ^Senior authors). PDF
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