How to Reconstruct a Large Genetic Network from
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- Andreas Wagner, 2001. "The Yeast Protein Interaction Network Evolves Rapidly and Contains Few Redundant Duplicate Genes," Working Papers 01-04-022, Santa Fe Institute.
- Andreas Wagner & David Fell, 2000. "The Small World Inside Large Metabolic Networks," Working Papers 00-07-041, Santa Fe Institute.
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KeywordsGenomics; reverse engineering; microarray;
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