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1. Gibt es eine asymptomatische intraokulare Leptospireninfektion beim Pferd?


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2. Dinucleotide controlled null models for comparative RNA gene prediction


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3. Dinucleotide controlled null models for comparative RNA gene prediction

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4. Dinucleotide controlled null models for comparative RNA gene prediction

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5. As a basic parameter set we used equal base frequencies of 0


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6. Dinucleotide Controlled Null Models for Comparative RNA Gene Prediction

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7. PETcofold: predicting conserved interactions and structures of two multiple alignments of RNA sequences


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8. Identifying Changing Snow Cover Characteristics in Central Asia between 1986 and 2014 from Remote Sensing Data


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9. PETcofold: predicting conserved interactions and structures of two multiple alignments of RNA sequences

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10. This supplement contains: Supplementary Information Supplementary Tables S1 to S3

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