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Integration analysis of 'OMICS' data using penalized regression methods : an application to bladder cancer

(2013) HUMAN HEREDITY. 76(2). p.100-100
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Pineda, S, N Malats, and Kristel Van Steen. “Integration Analysis of ‘OMICS’ Data Using Penalized Regression Methods : an Application to Bladder Cancer.” Human Heredity. Vol. 76. 2013. 100–100. Print.
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Pineda, S., Malats, N., & Van Steen, K. (2013). Integration analysis of “OMICS” data using penalized regression methods : an application to bladder cancer. HUMAN HEREDITY (Vol. 76, pp. 100–100). Presented at the 42nd European Mathematical Genetics meeting (EMGM).
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Pineda, S, N Malats, and Kristel Van Steen. 2013. “Integration Analysis of ‘OMICS’ Data Using Penalized Regression Methods : an Application to Bladder Cancer.” In Human Heredity, 76:100–100.
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Pineda, S, N Malats, and Kristel Van Steen. 2013. “Integration Analysis of ‘OMICS’ Data Using Penalized Regression Methods : an Application to Bladder Cancer.” In Human Heredity, 76:100–100.
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Pineda S, Malats N, Van Steen K. Integration analysis of “OMICS” data using penalized regression methods : an application to bladder cancer. HUMAN HEREDITY. 2013. p. 100–100.
IEEE
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S. Pineda, N. Malats, and K. Van Steen, “Integration analysis of ‘OMICS’ data using penalized regression methods : an application to bladder cancer,” in HUMAN HEREDITY, Cologne, Germany, 2013, vol. 76, no. 2, pp. 100–100.
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  author       = {Pineda, S and Malats, N and Van Steen, Kristel},
  booktitle    = {HUMAN HEREDITY},
  issn         = {0001-5652},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Cologne, Germany},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {100--100},
  title        = {Integration analysis of 'OMICS' data using penalized regression methods : an application to bladder cancer},
  volume       = {76},
  year         = {2013},
}

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