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Jun-2017Dissimilar Symmetric Word Pairs in the Human GenomeTavares, Ana Helena; Raymaekers, Jakob; Rousseeuew, Peter; Silva, Raquel M.; Bastos, Carlos A. C.; Pinho, Armando; Brito, Paula; Afreixo, VerabookPartrestrictedAccess
2017Visual stimuli in intervention approaches for pre-schoolers diagnosed with phonological delayHall, Andreia; Pedro, Cassandra; Lousada, Marisa; Jesus, Luis MiguelarticleopenAccess
2017The letter knowledge assessment toolPedro, Cassandra; Lousada, Marisa; Pereira, Rita; Hall, Andreia; Jesus, LuisarticlerestrictedAccess
Dec-2017Permutations of functional magnetic resonance imaging classification may not be normally distributedAl-Rawi, M. S.; Freitas, A.; Duarte, J. V.; Cunha, J. P.; Castelo-Branco, M.conferenceObjectopenAccess
13-Sep-2017The Advanced Voice Function Assessment Databases (AVFAD): Tools for Voice Clinicians and Speech ResearchJesus, Luís; Belo, Inês; Machado, Jéssica; Hall, AndreiabookPartopenAccess
Oct-2017Statistical Modeling of an Air Temperature Time Series of European CitiesCosta, Marco; Monteiro, MagdabookPartrestrictedAccess
15-Jul-2017Survival Rate of Dental Implants in Patients with History of Periodontal Disease: A Retrospective Cohort StudyCorreia, F.; Gouveia, S.; Felino, A. C.; Costa, A. L.; Almeida, R. F.articlerestrictedAccess
2017DNA word analysis based on the distribution of the distances between symmetric wordsTavares, A. H. M. P.; Pinho, A. J.; Silva, R. M.; Rodrigues, J. M. O. S.; Bastos, C. A. C.; Ferreira, P. J. S. G.; Afreixo, V.articleopenAccess
2017Procalcitoninfor the earlydiagnosis of sepsis inburn patients: A retrospective studyCabral, Luís; Afreixo, Vera; Santos, Filipe; Almeida, Luís; Paiva, José ArturarticlerestrictedAccess
2017Study of the Epigenetic Signals in the Human GenomeFerreira, Susana; Afreixo, Vera; Moura, Gabriela; Tavares, Ana H. M. P.bookPartopenAccess
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