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Brettschneider, Julia, Thornby, John Albert, Nichols, Thomas E. and Kendall, Wilfrid S. (2014) Spatial analysis of dead pixels. Working Paper. Coventry, UK: University of Warwick. Centre for Research in Statistical Methodology. CRiSM Working Paper Series (Number 14-24). (Unpublished)
Alhejaily, Abdulmohsen, Wood, Brianne, Foster, Cheryl J., Farmer, Patricia L., Gilks, C. Blake, Brettschneider, Julia, Day, Andrew G., Feilotter, Harriet E., Baetz, Tara and LeBrun, David P.. (2011) Differential expression of cell-cycle regulatory proteins defines distinct classes of follicular lymphoma. Human Pathology, Vol.42 (No.7). pp. 972-982. ISSN 0046-8177
Brettschneider, Julia. (2011) On uniform convergence in ergodic theorems for a class of skew product transformations. Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems, Vol.29 (No.3). pp. 873-891. ISSN 1078-0947
Hickey, Jessica G., Myers, Shirley M., Tian, Xuefei, Zhu, Shu Jun, Shaw, Julie L. V., Andrew, Scott D., Richardson, Douglas S., Brettschneider, Julia and Mulligan, Lois M.. (2009) RET-mediated gene expression pattern is affected by isoform but not oncogenic mutation. Genes Chromosomes & Cancer, Vol.48 (No.5). pp. 429-440. ISSN 1045-2257
Guan, Shiqin Helen, Bonnett, Laura and Brettschneider, Julia (2009) Using gene subsets in the assessment of microarray data quality for time course experiments. Working Paper. Coventry: University of Warwick. Centre for Research in Statistical Methodology. Working papers, Vol.2009 (No.24).
Brettschneider, Julia. (2008) Shannon-McMillan theorems for discrete random fields along curves and lower bounds for surface-order large deviations. Probability Theory and Related Fields, Volume 142 (Numbers 3-4). pp. 443-473. ISSN 0178-8051
Brettschneider, Julia, Collin, Francois, Bolstad, Benjamin M. and Speed, T. P.. (2008) Quality assessment for short oligonucleotide microarray data. Technometrics, Volume 50 (Number 3). pp. 241-264. ISSN 0040-1706
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