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Chemical Reviews
Milan RandićD Plavsić

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Citations

Mar 22, 2012·SAR and QSAR in Environmental Research·M RandićD Plavšić
Nov 1, 2012·BMC Bioinformatics·Ying LiYanchun Liang
Apr 8, 2014·Molecular Diversity·Stephen J BarigyeDanail Bonchev
Sep 24, 2013·Briefings in Bioinformatics·Susana Vinga
Oct 29, 2013·Briefings in Bioinformatics·Jonas S Almeida
Dec 27, 2015·Genomics·Agata CzernieckaTim Clark
May 5, 2012·Journal of Theoretical Biology·Ping-an HeYuhua Yao
Dec 17, 2011·Journal of Theoretical Biology·Lei ZhangXiao Liu
Dec 11, 2014·Journal of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology·Changchuan Yin
Aug 10, 2013·IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics·De-Shuang Huang, Hong-Jie Yu
May 22, 2013·TheScientificWorldJournal·Amrita Roy ChoudhuryMarjana Novič
Jul 16, 2014·BioMed Research International·Yusheng BaiPing-an He
Oct 18, 2011·Journal of Theoretical Biology·Qi DaiLihua Li
Oct 17, 2015·Journal of Biomolecular Structure & Dynamics·Lorenzo LiviAlireza Sadeghian
Apr 23, 2016·SAR and QSAR in Environmental Research·A El-Lakkani, M Lashin
Dec 9, 2014·Computers in Biology and Medicine·Zhao-Hui QiJun Feng
Feb 14, 2012·Computers in Biology and Medicine·Zhao-Hui QiLing Li
Dec 20, 2016·Journal of Computational Biology : a Journal of Computational Molecular Cell Biology·Lianping Yang, Weilin Zhang
Feb 2, 2016·Journal of Theoretical Biology·Lianping YangChenhui Yang
Feb 22, 2012·Journal of Computational Chemistry·Milan RandićDejan Plavšić
Dec 28, 2019·Biomolecules·Guillermin Agüero-ChapinAgostinho Antunes
Mar 25, 2015·Journal of Computational Chemistry·Milan Randić, Tomaž Pisanski
Sep 6, 2012·Journal of Computational Chemistry·Milan Randić
Jan 4, 2012·Journal of Computational Chemistry·M Randić
Dec 31, 2019·BioMed Research International·Mervat M Abo-ElkhierMoheb I Abo El Maaty
Jun 18, 2019·BioMed Research International·Marwa A Abd ElwahaabMoheb I Abo El Maaty
Jul 4, 2019·Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling·Ruimin MaTengfei Luo

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