BibTeX records: Raquel Egea

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@article{DBLP:journals/nar/Martinez-FundichelyCERBPPC14,
  author    = {Alexander Mart{\'{\i}}nez{-}Fundichely and
               S{\`{o}}nia Casillas and
               Raquel Egea and
               Miquel R{\`{a}}mia and
               Antonio Barbadilla and
               Lorena Pantano and
               Marta Puig and
               Mario C{\'{a}}ceres},
  title     = {InvFEST, a database integrating information of polymorphic inversions
               in the human genome},
  journal   = {Nucleic Acids Res.},
  volume    = {42},
  number    = {Database-Issue},
  pages     = {1027--1032},
  year      = {2014}
}
@article{DBLP:journals/nar/EgeaCB08,
  author    = {Raquel Egea and
               S{\`{o}}nia Casillas and
               Antonio Barbadilla},
  title     = {Standard and generalized McDonald-Kreitman test: a website to detect
               selection by comparing different classes of {DNA} sites},
  journal   = {Nucleic Acids Res.},
  volume    = {36},
  number    = {Web-Server-Issue},
  pages     = {157--162},
  year      = {2008}
}
@article{DBLP:journals/nar/EgeaCFSB07,
  author    = {Raquel Egea and
               S{\`{o}}nia Casillas and
               Enol Fern{\'{a}}ndez and
               Miquel {\`{A}}ngel Senar and
               Antonio Barbadilla},
  title     = {MamPol: a database of nucleotide polymorphism in the Mammalia class},
  journal   = {Nucleic Acids Res.},
  volume    = {35},
  number    = {Database-Issue},
  pages     = {624--629},
  year      = {2007}
}
@inproceedings{DBLP:conf/jbi/CasillasPEB04,
  author    = {S{\`{o}}nia Casillas and
               Natalia Petit and
               Raquel Egea and
               Antonio Barbadilla},
  title     = {Storage, Representation and Analysis of Nucleotide Polymorphism},
  booktitle = {Spanish Bioinformatics Conference},
  pages     = {137--141},
  publisher = {Technical University of Catalonia, Barcelona},
  year      = {2004}
}
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