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Andersen, J. L., C. Flamm, D. Merkle and P. F. Stadler: Chemical graph transformation with stereo-information. In: Graph transformation : 10th international conference, ICGT 2017, held as part of STAF 2017, Marburg, Germany, July 18-19, 2017, proceedings. (Eds.) Lara, Juan de. Springer, Cham (2017) 54-69.
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Andersen, J. L., C. Flamm, D. Merkle and P. F. Stadler: Chemical transformation motifs : modelling pathways as integer hyperflows. In: IEEE ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (2017).
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Andersen, J. L., C. Flamm, D. Merkle and P. F. Stadler: In silico support for Eschenmoser's glyoxylate scenario. In: Israel Journal of Chemistry 55, 8, 919-933 (2015).
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Andersen, J. L., C. Flamm, D. Merkle and P. F. Stadler: Inferring chemical reaction patterns using rule composition in graph grammars. In: Journal of Systems Chemistry 4, Seq. No.: 4 (2013).
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Andersen, J. L., C. Flamm, D. Merkle and P. F. Stadler: Maximizing output and recognizing autocatalysis in chemical reaction networks is NP-Complete. In: Journal of Systems Chemistry 3, 1, Seq. No.: 1 (2012).
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