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Perspective on the q-bio Summer School and Conference: 2007–2014 and beyond

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Resnekov, O., Munsky, B. & Hlavacek, W.S. Perspective on the q-bio Summer School and Conference: 2007–2014 and beyond. Quant Biol 2, 54–58 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40484-014-0029-3

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