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Macleod, Malcolm R. and McLean, Aaron Lawson and Kyriakopoulou, Aikaterini and Serghiou, Stylianos and de Wilde, Arno and Sherratt, Nicki and Hirst, Theo and Hemblade, Rachel and Bahor, Zsanett and Nunes-Fonseca, Cristina and Potluru, Aparna and Thomson, Andrew and Baginskaite, Julija and Egan, Kieren and Vesterinen, Hanna and Currie, Gillian L. and Churilov, Leonid and Howells, David W. and Sena, Emily S. (2015) Correction : Risk of bias in reports of in vivo research: a focus for improvement. PLOS Biology, 13 (11). e1002301. ISSN 1544-9173

Macleod, Malcolm R. and Lawson McLean, Aaron and Kyriakopoulou, Aikaterini and Serghiou, Stylianos and de Wilde, Arno and Sherratt, Nicki and Hirst, Theo and Hemblade, Rachel and Bahor, Zsanett and Nunes-Fonseca, Cristina and Potluru, Aparna and Thomson, Andrew and Baginskitae, Julija and Egan, Kieren and Vesterinen, Hanna and Currie, Gillian L. and Churilov, Leonid and Howells, David W. and Sena, Emily S. (2015) Risk of bias in reports of in vivo research : a focus for improvement. PLOS Biology, 13 (10). e1002273. ISSN 1544-9173

Webster, Claire L. and Waldron, Fergal M. and Robertson, Shaun and Crowson, Daisy and Ferrari, Giada and Quintana, Juan F. and Brouqui, Jean-Michel and Bayne, Elizabeth H. and Longdon, Ben and Buck, Amy H. and Lazzaro, Brian P. and Akorli, Jewelna and Haddrill, Penelope R. and Obbard, Darren J. (2015) The discovery, distribution, and evolution of viruses associated with Drosophila melanogaster. PLOS Biology, 13 (7). pp. 1-33. ISSN 1544-9173

Neilson, Matthew P. and Veltmahn, Douwe M. and van Haastert, Peter J.M. and Webb, Steven and Mackenzie, John A. and Insall, Robert H. (2011) Chemotaxis : a feedback-based computational model robustly predicts multiple aspects of real cell behaviour. PLOS Biology, 9 (5). e1000618.

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