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Publications a tool for navigating sequences from parasitic and free-living nematodes.

Wylie T., Martin JC., Dante M., Mitreva MD., Clifton SW., Chinwalla A., Waterston RH., Wilson RK., McCarter JP.,
Nucleic Acids Res. 2004

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Martin J., Abubucker S., Wylie T., Yin Y., Wang Z., Mitreva M.,
Nucleic Acids Res. 2009

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HelmCoP: an online resource for helminth functional genomics and drug and vaccine targets prioritization.

Abubucker S., Martin J., Taylor CM., Mitreva M.,
PLoS ONE 2011

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NemaPath: online exploration of KEGG-based metabolic pathways for nematodes.

Wylie T., Martin J., Abubucker S., Yin Y., Messina D., Wang Z., McCarter JP., Mitreva M.,
BMC Genomics 2008

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