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Computational Approaches as a Tool to Study Developmental Biology in New World Primates

By Maria Bernardete Cordeiro de Sousa, Allan Medeiros, Dijenaide Chaves de Castro, Adriano de Castro Leão and Adrião Duarte Dória Neto

Submitted: May 14th 2010Reviewed: November 13th 2010Published: January 21st 2011

DOI: 10.5772/13982

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Maria Bernardete Cordeiro de Sousa, Allan Medeiros, Dijenaide Chaves de Castro, Adriano de Castro Leão and Adrião Duarte Dória Neto (January 21st 2011). Computational Approaches as a Tool to Study Developmental Biology in New World Primates, Self Organizing Maps - Applications and Novel Algorithm Design, Josphat Igadwa Mwasiagi, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/13982. Available from:

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