Anita Lerch
Anita Lerch
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The Ashbya gossypii genome as a tool for mapping the ancient Saccharomyces cerevisiae genome
FS Dietrich, S Voegeli, S Brachat, A Lerch, K Gates, S Steiner, C Mohr, ...
Science 304 (5668), 304-307, 2004
7182004
QuasR: quantification and annotation of short reads in R
D Gaidatzis, A Lerch, F Hahne, MB Stadler
Bioinformatics 31 (7), 1130-1132, 2015
1952015
Reinvestigation of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae genome annotation by comparison to the genome of a related fungus: Ashbya gossypii
S Brachat, FS Dietrich, S Voegeli, Z Zhang, L Stuart, A Lerch, K Gates, ...
Genome biology 4 (7), 1-13, 2003
1352003
DNA sequence explains seemingly disordered methylation levels in partially methylated domains of Mammalian genomes
D Gaidatzis, L Burger, R Murr, A Lerch, S Dessus-Babus, D Schübeler, ...
PLoS genetics 10 (2), e1004143, 2014
552014
Estimating unobserved SARS-CoV-2 infections in the United States
TA Perkins, SM Cavany, SM Moore, RJ Oidtman, A Lerch, M Poterek
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (36), 22597-22602, 2020
542020
Face reconstruction from skull shapes and physical attributes
P Paysan, M Lüthi, T Albrecht, A Lerch, B Amberg, F Santini, T Vetter
Joint Pattern Recognition Symposium, 232-241, 2009
452009
Development of amplicon deep sequencing markers and data analysis pipeline for genotyping multi-clonal malaria infections
A Lerch, C Koepfli, NE Hofmann, C Messerli, S Wilcox, JH Kattenberg, ...
BMC genomics 18 (1), 1-13, 2017
442017
Transcriptome and histone epigenome of Plasmodium vivax salivary-gland sporozoites point to tight regulatory control and mechanisms for liver-stage differentiation in relapsing …
I Muller, AR Jex, SHI Kappe, SA Mikolajczak, J Sattabongkot, ...
International journal for parasitology 49 (7), 501-513, 2019
25*2019
Longitudinal tracking and quantification of individual Plasmodium falciparum clones in complex infections
A Lerch, C Koepfli, NE Hofmann, JH Kattenberg, A Rosanas-Urgell, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-8, 2019
142019
A hierarchical, multi-resolution approach for model-based skull-segmentation in mri volumes
M Lüthi, A Lerch, T Albrecht, Z Krol, T Vetter
Conference Proceedings D 3, 2009
112009
Impacts of K-12 school reopening on the COVID-19 epidemic in Indiana, USA
G Espana, S Cavany, RJ Oidtman, C Barbera, A Costello, A Lerch, ...
medRxiv, 2020
82020
Amplicon deep sequencing improves Plasmodium falciparum genotyping in clinical trials of antimalarial drugs
M Gruenberg, A Lerch, HP Beck, I Felger
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-12, 2019
62019
Inferring person-to-person networks of pathogen transmission: is routine surveillance data up to the task?
JH Huber, MS Hsiang, N Dlamini, M Murphy, S Vilakati, N Nhlabathi, ...
medRxiv, 2020
22020
Somatic mutation footprinting reveals a unique tetranucleotide signature associated with intron–exon boundaries in lung cancer
S Wormald, A Lerch, D Mouradov, L O’Connor
Carcinogenesis 39 (2), 225-231, 2018
12018
Longitudinal tracking of Plasmodium falciparum clones in complex infections by amplicon deep sequencing
A Lerch, C Koepfli, NE Hofmann, JH Kattenberg, A Rosanas-Urgell, ...
bioRxiv, 306860, 2018
12018
Over 100 years of Rift Valley Fever: a patchwork of data on pathogen spread and spillover
GM Bron, K Strimbu, H Cecilia, A Lerch, SM Moore, Q Tran, TA Perkins, ...
Pathogens 10 (6), 708, 2021
2021
Over 100 Years of Rift Valley Fever: A Patchwork of Data on Pathogen Spread and Spillover. Pathogens 2021, 10, 708
GM Bron, K Strimbu, H Cecilia, A Lerch, SM Moore, Q Tran, TA Perkins, ...
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2021
Should deep-sequenced amplicons become the new gold-standard for analysing malaria drug clinical trials?
S Jones, K Kay, EM Hodel, M Gruenberg, A Lerch, I Felger, I Hastings
bioRxiv, 2021
2021
Estimating unobserved SARS-CoV-2 infections in the United States
M Poterek, SM Moore, SM Cavany, A Perkins, RJ Oidtman, A Lerch
https://www. medrxiv. org/content/10.1101/2020.03. 15.20036582 v2, 2020
2020
Inferences about spatial patterns of zoonotic spillover of yellow fever virus are sensitive to assumptions about urban transmission
TA Perkins, R Oidtman, AS Siraj, A Lerch, SM Moore
2019 ESA Annual Meeting (August 11--16), 2019
2019
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