Publications of S. Hartmann

Journal Article (7)

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Bartel, M., Hartmann, S., Lehmann, K., Postel, K., Quesada, H., Philipp, E. E. R., Heilmann, K., Micheel, B. & Stuckas, H. Identification of sperm proteins as candidate biomarkers for the analysis of reproductive isolation in Mytilus: a case study for the enkurin locus. Marine Biology 159, 2195–2207 (2012).
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Hartmann, S., Helm, C., Nickel, B., Meyer, M., Struck, T. H., Tiedemann, R., Selbig, J. & Bleidorn, C. Exploiting Gene Families for Phylogenomic Analysis of Myzostomid Transcriptome Data. PLoS One 7, e29843 (2012).
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Bleidorn, C., Podsiadlowski, L., Zhong, M., Eeckhaut, I., Hartmann, S., Halanych, K. M. & Tiedemann, R. On the phylogenetic position of Myzostomida: can 77 genes get it wrong? BMC Evolutionary Biology 9, 150 (2009).
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Cheng, F. X., Hartmann, S., Gupta, M., Ibrahim, J. G. & Vision, T. J. A hierarchical model for incomplete alignments in phylogenetic inference. Bioinformatics 25, 592–598 (2009).
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Schroeder, C., Bleidorn, C., Hartmann, S. & Tiedemann, R. Occurrence of Can-SINEs and intron sequence evolution supports robust phylogeny of pinniped carnivores and their terrestrial relatives. Gene 448, 221–226 (2009).
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Hartmann, S. & Vision, T. J. Using ESTs for phylogenomics: Can one accurately infer a phylogenetic tree from a gappy alignment? BMC Evolutionary Biology 8, 95 (2008).
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Stegemann, S., Hartmann, S., Ruf, S. & Bock, R. High-frequency gene transfer from the chloroplast genome to the nucleus. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 100, 8828–8833 (2003).

Book (1)

Hartmann, S. & Selbig, J. Introductory Bioinformatics. (Books on Demand, 2009). at <>

Book Chapter (1)

Book Chapter
Groth, D., Hartmann, S., Klie, S. & Selbig, J. in Methods in Molecular Biology 930, 527–547 (2013).
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