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Multi-omic data analysis using Galaxy

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The authors gratefully acknowledge funding for P.L.H. from the Netherlands Bioinformatics Centre SP5.12.2.1 Bioassist and 2.2.3 Biorange and the Netherlands Proteomics Centre NPC II E4.2 programs. P.D.M. acknowledges support from the Netherlands Bioinformatics Centre and Netherlands Proteomics Centre (NPC-GM WP3.2) J.B. and J.L. are supported by grants from the Swedish Research Council, Bioinformatics Infrastructure for Life Sciences (BILS) Sweden, Swedish Cancer Foundation and EU FP7 GlycoHit Project. P.L. acknowledges support from the Consortium for Improving Plant Yield (CIPY) and the 7th Framework Program FUEL4ME (FP7-ENERGY-2012-1-2stage grant number 308983). P.D.J., J.M.C. and T.J.G. acknowledge support from US National Science Foundation grant 1147079.

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Boekel, J., Chilton, J., Cooke, I. et al. Multi-omic data analysis using Galaxy. Nat Biotechnol 33, 137–139 (2015).

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