Minimum Information about an ENVironmental transcriptomic experiment
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Annotation of environmental OMICS data: application to the transcriptomics domain.
Morrison N,Wood AJ,Hancock D,Shah S,Hakes L,Gray T,Tiwari B,Kille P,Cossins A,Hegarty M,Allen MJ,Wilson WH,Olive P,Last K,Kramer C,Bailhache T,Reeves J,Pallett D,Warne J,Nashar K,Parkinson H,Sansone SA,Rocca-Serra P,Stevens R,Snape J,Brass A,Field D
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