How to cite
The ReproGenomics Viewer Citation Guidelines
The ReproGenomics Viewer database contains a wealth of processed sequencing datasets published in the field of reproductive biology including genetic, genomic, transcriptomic, cistromic and epigenomic data. In addition its web interface provides data access via several visualization tools. As is common practice in scientific research, cite the resources you are using. The team behind this resource has invested considerable time, resources, and effort into collecting, curating, processing, developing, and maintaining the ReproGenomics Viewer resource you are using. They deserve credit for their work.
If you use data or services from The ReproGenomics Viewer, please cite both publications:
- Darde TA et al., 2019, Bioinformatics, The ReproGenomics Viewer: a multi-omics and cross-species resource compatible with single-cell studies for the reproductive science community.
- Darde TA et al., 2015, Nucleic Acids Res, The ReproGenomics Viewer: an integrative cross-species toolbox for the reproductive science community.
The Reprogenomics Viewer has been cited by:
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- Nielsen JE et al., 2019, Sci Rep, Characterisation and localisation of the endocannabinoid system components in the adult human testis.
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- Whitfield M et al., 2019, Am J Hum Genet, Mutations in DNAH17, Encoding a Sperm-Specific Axonemal Outer Dynein Arm Heavy Chain, Cause Isolated Male Infertility Due to Asthenozoospermia.
- Jégou B et al., 2017, Mol Biol Evol, Meiotic Genes Are Enriched in Regions of Reduced Archaic Ancestry.
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