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    Basler, G.; Grimbs, S.; Ebenhoeh, O.; Selbig, J.; Nikoloski, Z.: Evolutionary significance of metabolic network properties. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 9 (71), S. 1168 - 1176 (2011)
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    Basler, G.; Ebenhoeh, O.; Selbig, J.; Nikoloski, Z.: Mass-balanced randomization of metabolic networks. Bioinformatics 27 (10), S. 1397 - 1403 (2011)
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    Schütte, M.; Mutwil, M.; Persson, S.; Ebenhöh, O.: Analyzing gene coexpression data by an evolutionary model. Genome Informatics 24, S. 154 - 163 (2010)
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    Basler, G.; Nikoloski, Z.; Ebenhoeh, O.; Handorf, T.: Biosynthetic potentials from species-specific metabolic networks. Genome Informatics 20, S. 135 - 148 (2008)
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    Handorf, T.; Christian, N.; Ebenhoeh, O.; Kahn, D.: An environmental perspective on metabolism. Journal of Theoretical Biology 252 (3), S. 530 - 537 (2008)
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    Kruse, K.; Ebenhoeh, O.: Comparing flux balance analysis to network expansion: producibility, sustainability and the scope of compounds. Genome Informatics 20, S. 91 - 101 (2008)
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    Matthaeus, F.; Salazar, C.; Ebenhoeh, O.: Biosynthetic potentials of metabolites and their hierarchical organization. PLoS Computational Biology 4 (4), S. e1000049 (2008)
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    May, P.; Wienkoop, S.; Kempa, S.; Usadel, B.; Christian, N.; Rupprecht, J.; Weiss, J.; Recuenco-Munoz, L.; Ebenhoeh, O.; Weckwerth, W. et al.; Walther, D.: Metabolomics- and proteomics-assisted genome annotation and analysis of the draft metabolic network of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. Genetics 179 (1), S. 157 - 166 (2008)
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    Nikoloski, Z.; Grimbs, S.; Selbig, J.; Ebenhoeh, O.: Hardness and Approximability of the Inverse Scope Problem. Algorithms in Bioinformatics, Wabi 2008 5251, S. 99 - 112 (2008)
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    Christian, N.; Handorf, T.; Ebenhoeh, O.: Metabolic Synergy: Increasing Biosynthetic Capabilities by Network Cooperation. Genome Informatics 18 (1), S. 320 - 329 (2007)
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    Handorf, T.; Ebenhoeh, O.: MetaPath Online: a web server implementation of the network expansion algorithm. Nucleic Acids Research 35 (Web Server issue), S. W613 - W618 (2007)
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    Binder, B.; Ebenhoeh, O.; Hashimoto, K.; Heinrich, R.: Expansion of signal transduction networks. IEE Proceedings Systems Biology 153 (5), S. 364 - 368 (2006)
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    Bruck, J.; Ebenhoeh, O.; Heinrich, R.: Patterns of interactions of reaction pairs in metabolic networks. Genome Informatics 17 (1), S. 208 - 218 (2006)
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    Ebenhoeh, O.; Liebermeister, W.: Structural analysis of expressed metabolic subnetworks. Genome Informatics 17 (1), S. 163 - 172 (2006)
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    Ebenhoeh, O.; Handorf, T.; Kahn, D.: Evolutionary changes of metabolic networks and their biosynthetic capacities. IEE Proceedings Systems Biology 153 (5), S. 354 - 358 (2006)
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    Handorf, T.; Ebenhoeh, O.; Kahn, D.; Heinrich, R.: Hierarchy of metabolic compounds based on their synthesising capacity. IEE Proceedings Systems Biology 153 (5), S. 359 - 363 (2006)
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    Ringemann, C.; Ebenhoeh, O.; Heinrich, R.; Ginsburg, H.: Can biochemical properties serve as selective pressure for gene selection during inter-species and endosymbiotic lateral gene transfer? IEE Proceedings Systems Biology 153 (4), S. 212 - 222 (2006)
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    Ebenhoeh, O.; Handorf, T.; Heinrich, R.: A cross species comparison of metabolic network functions. Genome Informatics 16 (1), S. 203 - 213 (2005)
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    Handorf, T.; Ebenhoeh, O.; Heinrich, R.: Expanding metabolic networks: scopes of compounds, robustness, and evolution. Journal of Molecular Evolution 61 (4), S. 498 - 512 (2005)
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    Ebenhoeh, O.; Handorf, T.; Heinrich, R.: Structural Analysis of Expanding Metabolic Networks. Genome Informatics 15 (1), S. 35 - 45 (2004)
 
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