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Hannes Hettling

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Followers (4)

  • Rutger Vos

    Rutger VosNaturalis National Museum of Natural History

  • Anand Gavai

    Anand GavaiNetherlands eScience Center

  • Pinar Ozturk

    Pinar OzturkVrije Universiteit Amsterdam Center for Neurogenomics and Cognitive Research Department of Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology

  • Hans van Beek

    Hans van Beek

Following (3)

  • Anand Gavai

    Anand GavaiNetherlands eScience Center

  • Pinar Ozturk

    Pinar OzturkVrije Universiteit Amsterdam Center for Neurogenomics and Cognitive Research Department of Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology

  • Hans van Beek

    Hans van Beek

Publications (8)

Using Bioconductor Package BiGGR for Metabolic Flux Estimation Based on Gene Expression Changes in Brain.

  • Gavai A
  • Supandi F
  • Hettling H
PloS one (2015)
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Analyzing the Functional Properties of the Creatine Kinase System with Multiscale 'Sloppy' Modeling

  • Hettling H
  • van Beek J
PLoS Comput Biol (2011)
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Simulating the physiology of athletes during endurance sports events: modelling human energy conversion and metabolism

  • van Beek J
  • Supandi F
  • Gavai A
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences (2011)
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Analysis of the functional properties of the creatine kinase system using a multiscale ‘sloppy’ modeling approach

  • Hettling H
  • Heringa J
  • van Beek J
BMC Bioinformatics (2010)
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CGHnormaliter: a Bioconductor package for normalization of array CGH data with many CNAs.

  • van Houte B
  • Binsl T
  • Hettling H
Bioinformatics (Oxford, England) (2010)
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