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    Thieme, C. J.; Rojas-Triana, M.; Stecyk, E.; Schudoma, C.; Zhang, W.; Yang, L.; Minambres, M.; Walther, D.; Schulze, W. X.; Paz-Ares, J. et al.; Scheible, W.-R.; Kragler, F.: Endogenous Arabidopsis messenger RNAs transported to distant tissues. Nature Plants 1, 15025 (2015)
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    Ikeue, D.; Schudoma, C.; Zhang, W.; Ogata, Y.; Sakamoto, T.; Kurata, T.; Furuhashi, T.; Kragler, F.; Aoki, K.: A bioinformatics approach to distinguish plant parasite and host transcriptomes in interface tissue by classifying RNA-Seq reads. Plant Methods 11, 34 (2015)
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    Sprenger, H.; Rudack, K.; Schudoma, C.; Neumann, A.; Seddig, S.; Peters, R.; Zuther, E.; Kopka, J.; Hincha, D. K.; Walther, D. et al.; Koehl, K. I.: Assessment of drought tolerance and its potential yield penalty in potato. Functional Plant Biology 42 (7), S. 655 - 667 (2015)
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    Billiau, K.; Sprenger, H.; Schudoma, C.; Walther, D.; Koehl, K. I.: Data management pipeline for plant phenotyping in a multisite project. Functional Plant Biology 39 (10-11), S. 948 - 957 (2012)
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    Bringmann, M.; Landrein, B.; Schudoma, C.; Hamant, O.; Hauser, M. T.; Persson, S.: Cracking the elusive alignment hypothesis: the microtubule-cellulose synthase nexus unraveled. Trends in Plant Science 17 (11), S. 666 - 674 (2012)
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    Thieme, C. J.; Schudoma, C.; May, P.; Walther, D.: Give It AGO: The Search for miRNA-Argonaute Sorting Signals in Arabidopsis thaliana Indicates a Relevance of Sequence Positions Other than the 5'-Position Alone. Frontiers in plant science 3, S. 272 (2012)
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    Haedrich, N.; Gibon, Y.; Schudoma, C.; Altmann, T.; Lunn, J. E.; Stitt, M.: Use of TILLING and robotised enzyme assays to generate an allelic series of Arabidopsis thaliana mutants with altered ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase activity. Journal of Plant Physiology 168 (12), S. 1395 - 1405 (2011)
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    Janssen, S.; Schudoma, C.; Steger, G.; Giegerich, R.: Lost in folding space? Comparing four variants of the thermodynamic model for RNA secondary structure prediction. BMC Bioinformatics 12 (1), S. 429 (2011)
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    Schudoma, C.; Larhlimi, A.; Walther, D.: The influence of the local sequence environment on RNA loop structures. Rna-a Publication of the Rna Society 17 (7), S. 1247 - 1257 (2011)
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    Schudoma, C.: It's a loop world – single strands in RNA as structural and functional elements. BioMolecular Concepts 2 (3), S. 171 - 181 (2011)
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    Schudoma, C.; May, P.; Walther, D.: Modeling RNA loops using sequence homology and geometric constraints. Bioinformatics 26 (13), S. 1671 - 1672 (2010)
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    Schudoma, C.; May, P.; Nikiforova, V.; Walther, D.: Sequence-structure relationships in RNA loops: establishing the basis for loop homology modeling. Nucleic Acids Research 38 (3), S. 970 - 980 (2010)
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    Durek, P.; Schudoma, C.; Weckwerth, W.; Selbig, J.; Walther, D.: Detection and characterization of 3D-signature phosphorylation site motifs and their contribution towards improved phosphorylation site prediction in proteins. BMC Bioinformatics 10, S. 117 (2009)

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    Schudoma, C.; Steinfath, M.; Sprenger, H.; van Dongen, J.; Hincha, D. K.; Zuther, E.; Geigenberger, P.; Kopka, J.; Koehl, K. I.; Walther, D.: Conducting molecular biomarker discovery studies in plants. In: High Throughput Phenotyping in Plants (Hg. Normanly, J.). Humana Press Inc., Totowa, NJ, USA (2012)
 
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