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Report about PAL experience and data management solutions in MM-PLF LiSyM.

Creator: Matthias König

Contributor: Matthias König

This document is a summary of the SysMO-DB PALs meeting on the 29-30 November 2012

Creators: Katy Wolstencroft, Olga Krebs, Stuart Owen

Contributor: Katy Wolstencroft

Presented by Martin Böhm, German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg, Germany

Creators: Markus Stepath, Martin Böhm

Contributor: Olga Krebs

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Creators: John Raedts, Servé Kengen

Contributor: John Raedts

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Creator: Armin Ehrenreich

Contributor: Sebastian Curth

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Creator: Christine Voigt

Contributor: Sebastian Curth

Koen van Grinsven

Creator: Koen Van Grinsven

Contributor: Koen Van Grinsven

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Creator: Graeme Thorn

Contributor: Sebastian Curth

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Creator: Krzysztof Gizynski

Contributor: Sebastian Curth

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Creator: Sebastian Curth

Contributor: Sebastian Curth

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Creator: Servé Kengen

Contributor: Sebastian Curth

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Creator: Margrete Solheim

Contributor: Margrete Solheim

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Contributor: Sebastian Curth

Presentation on project progress - meeting Berlin April 5th 2012

Creator: John Raedts

Contributor: John Raedts

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Creator: Nadine Veith

Contributor: Nadine Veith

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Creator: Alexey Kolodkin

Contributor: Alexey Kolodkin

Written and presented by Tom Ingraham (F1000), at the Reproducible and Citable Data and Model Workshop, in Warnemünde, Germany. September 14th -16th 2015.

Creators: Natalie Stanford, Tom Ingraham (F1000)

Contributor: Natalie Stanford

Talk by Jacky Snoep, Stellenbosch University, SA

Creator: Jacky Snoep

Contributor: Olga Krebs

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Creator: Jacky Snoep

Contributor: Jacky Snoep

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