1 An ontology for bioinformatics applications. Patricia G. Baker, Carole A. Goble, Sean Bechhofer, Norman W. Paton, Robert Stevens, Andy Brass. Bioinformatics (15): 510-520 (1999). Cited by 229Web SearchBibTeXDownload
2 TAMBIS: Transparent Access to Multiple Bioinformatics Information Sources. Robert Stevens, Patricia G. Baker, Sean Bechhofer, Gary Ng, Alex Jacoby, Norman W. Paton, Carole A. Goble, Andy Brass. Bioinformatics (16): 184-186 (2000). Cited by 221Web SearchBibTeXDownload
3 TAMBIS: Transparent Access to Multiple Bioinformatics Information Sources. Robert Stevens, Patricia G. Baker, Sean Bechhofer, Gary Ng, Alex Jacoby, Norman W. Paton, Carole A. Goble, Andy Brass. ISMB 1998, 25-34. Cited by 221Web SearchBibTeXDownload
4 Transparent access to multiple bioinformatics information sources. Carole A. Goble, Robert Stevens, Gary Ng, Sean Bechhofer, Norman W. Paton, Patricia G. Baker, Martin Peim, Andy Brass. IBM Systems Journal (40): 532-551 (2001). Cited by 167Web SearchBibTeXDownload
5 A classification of tasks in bioinformatics. Robert Stevens, Carole A. Goble, Patricia G. Baker, Andy Brass. Bioinformatics (17): 180-188 (2001). Cited by 100Web SearchBibTeXDownload
6 Query Processing in the TAMBIS Bioinformatics Source Integration System. Norman W. Paton, Robert Stevens, Patricia G. Baker, Carole A. Goble, Sean Bechhofer, Andy Brass. SSDBM 1999, 138-147. Cited by 75Web SearchBibTeXDownload
7 Pedro: a configurable data entry tool for XML. Kevin L. Garwood, Chris F. Taylor, Kai J. Runte, Andy Brass, Stephen G. Oliver, Norman W. Paton. Bioinformatics (20): 2463-2465 (2004). Cited by 25Web SearchBibTeXDownload
8 GIMS - A Data Warehouse for Storage and Analysis of Genome Sequence and Functional Data. Mike Cornell, Norman W. Paton, Shengli Wu, Carole A. Goble, Crispin J. Miller, Paul Kirby, Karen Eilbeck, Andy Brass, Andrew Hayes, Stephen G. Oliver. BIBE 2001, 15-22. Cited by 24Web SearchBibTeXDownload
9 Database Challenges for Genome Information in the Post Sequencing Phase. Fouzia Moussouni, Norman W. Paton, Andy Hayes, Steve Oliver, Carole A. Goble, Andy Brass. DEXA 1999, 540-549. Cited by 7Web SearchBibTeXDownload
10 Clustering Techniques in Biological Sequence Analysis. Anna M. Manning, Andy Brass, Carole A. Goble, John A. Keane. PKDD 1997, 315-322. Cited by 7Web SearchBibTeXDownload
11 TAMBIS Online: A Bioinformatics Source Integration Tool. Robert Stevens, Norman W. Paton, Patricia G. Baker, Gary Ng, Carole A. Goble, Sean Bechhofer, Andy Brass. SSDBM 1999, 280. Cited by 2Web SearchBibTeXDownload
12 Investigating Semantic Similarity Measures Across the Gene Ontology: The Relationship Between Sequence and Annotation. Phillip W. Lord, Robert D. Stevens, Andy Brass, Carole A. Goble. Bioinformatics (19): 1275-1283 (2003). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
13 A RAPID algorithm for sequence database comparisons: application to the identification of vector contamination in the EMBL databases. Crispin J. Miller, J. Gurd, Andy Brass. Bioinformatics (15): 111-121 (1999). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
14 Making sense of microarray data distributions. David C. Hoyle, Magnus Rattray, Ray Jupp, Andy Brass. Bioinformatics (18): 576-584 (2002). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
15 Bioinformatics Education-A UK perspective. Andy Brass. Bioinformatics (16): 77-78 (2000). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
16 Conceptual modelling of genomic information. Norman W. Paton, Shakeel A. Khan, Andrew Hayes, Fouzia Moussouni, Andy Brass, Karen Eilbeck, Carole A. Goble, Simon J. Hubbard, Stephen G. Oliver. Bioinformatics (16): 548-557 (2000). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
17 Constructing ontology-driven protein family databases. Katy Wolstencroft, Robin McEntire, Robert Stevens, Lydia Tabernero, Andy Brass. Bioinformatics (21): 1685-1692 (2005). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
18 A systematic strategy for the discovery of candidate genes responsible for phenotypic variation. Paul Fisher, Cornelia Hedeler, Katherine Wolstencroft, Helen Hulme, Harry Noyes, Stephen Kemp, Robert D. Stevens, Andy Brass. BMC Bioinformatics (8) (2007). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
19 maxdLoad2 and maxdBrowse: standards-compliant tools for microarray experimental annotation, data management and dissemination. David Hancock, Michael Wilson, Giles Velarde, Norman Morrison, Andrew Hayes, Helen Hulme, A. Joseph Wood, Karim Nashar, Douglas B. Kell, Andy Brass. BMC Bioinformatics (6): 264 (2005). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
20 The language of gene ontology: a Zipf's law analysis. Leila Kalankesh, Robert Stevens, Andy Brass. BMC Bioinformatics (13): 127 (2012). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
21 Protein secondary structure prediction by the analysis of variation and conservation in multiple alignments. D. S. Tuckwell, M. J. Humphries, Andy Brass. Computer Applications in the Biosciences (11): 627-632 (1995). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
22 Accelerating Disease Gene Identification Through Integrated SNP Data Analysis. Paolo Missier, Suzanne M. Embury, Cornelia Hedeler, R. Mark Greenwood, Joanne Pennock, Andy Brass. DILS 2007, 215-230. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
23 A Little Semantic Web Goes a Long Way in Biology. Katy Wolstencroft, Andy Brass, Ian Horrocks, Phillip W. Lord, Ulrike Sattler, Daniele Turi, Robert Stevens. International Semantic Web Conference 2005, 786-800. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
24 INTERACT: An Object Oriented Protein-Protein Interaction Database. Karen Eilbeck, Andy Brass, Norman W. Paton, Charlie Hodgman. ISMB 1999, 87-94. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
25 Exploring Williams-Beuren syndrome using myGrid. Robert D. Stevens, Hannah J. Tipney, Chris Wroe, Thomas M. Oinn, Martin Senger, Phillip W. Lord, Carole A. Goble, Andy Brass, M. Tassabehji. ISMB/ECCB (Supplement of Bioinformatics) 2004, 303-310. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
26 Protein classification using ontology classification. Katy Wolstencroft, Phillip W. Lord, Lydia Tabernero, Andy Brass, Robert Stevens. ISMB (Supplement of Bioinformatics) 2006, 530-538. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
27 Semantic Similarity Measures as Tools for Exploring the Gene Ontology. Phillip W. Lord, Robert D. Stevens, Andy Brass, Carole A. Goble. Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing 2003, 601-612. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
28 Two and three dimensional FFTs on highly parallel computers. Andy Brass, G. Stuart Pawley. Parallel Computing (3): 167-184 (1986). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
29 A study of parallel molecular dynamics algorithms for N-body simulations on a transputer system. Jin Li, Andy Brass, D. J. Ward, Barry Robson. Parallel Computing (14): 211-222 (1990). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
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