Microbase2.0: a generic framework for computationally intensive bioinformatics workflows in the cloud.

Keith Flanagan*, Sirintra Nakjang, Jennifer Hallinan, Colin Harwood, Robert P. Hirt, Matthew R. Pocock, Anil Wipat

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