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  1. J. Dietz, Sven-Eric Schelhorn, D. Fitting, U. Mihm, S. Susser, M.-W. Welker, C. Füller, M. Däumer, G. Teuber, H. Wedemeyer, T. Berg, Thomas Lengauer, Stefan Z., E. Herrmann, and C. Sarrazin
    Deep sequencing reveals mutagenic effects of ribavirin during monotherapy of HCV genotype 1-infected patients
    Journal of Virology 87 (11): 6172-6181, 2013
  2. Martin Obermeier, Alejandro Pironti, Thomas Berg, Patrick Braun, Martin Däumer, Josef Eberle, Robert Ehret, Rolf Kaiser, Niels Kleinkauf, Klaus Korn, Claudia Kücherer, Harm Müller, Christian Noah, Martin Stürmer, Alexander Thielen, Eva Wolf, and Hauke Walter
    HIV-GRADE: A Publicly Available, Rules-Based Drug Resistance Interpretation Algorithm Integrating Bioinformatic Knowledge
    Intervirology 55: 102-107, 2012
  3. Christian Markus Lange, Kirsten Roomp, Anette Dragan, Jacob Nattermann, Monika Michalk, Ulrich Spengler, Viola Weich, Thomas Lengauer, Stefan Zeuzem, Thoma Berg, and Christoph Sarrazin
    HLA class I allele associations with HCV genetic variants in patients with chronic HCV genotypes 1a or 1b infection
    Journal of Hepatology 53 (6): 1022-1028, 2010
  4. Niko Beerenwinkel, Tobias Sing, Thomas Lengauer, Jörg Rahnenführer, Kirsten Roomp, Igor Savenkov, Roman Fischer, Daniel Hoffmann, Joachim Selbig, Klaus Korn, Hauke Walter, Thomas Berg, Patrick Braun, Gerd Fätkenheuer, Mark Oette, Jürgen Rockstroh, Bernd Kupfer, Rolf Kaiser, and Martin Däumer
    Computational methods for the design of effective therapies against drug resistant HIV strains
    Bioinformatics 21 (21): 3943-3950, 2005
  5. Martin Obermeier, Thomas Berg, Nadine Sichtig, Patrick Braun, Martin Däumer, Hauke Walter, Christian Noah, Eva Wolf, Harm Müller, Martin Stürmer, Alexander Thielen, and Rolf Kaiser
    Determination of HIV-1 co-receptor usage in German patients – comparison of genotypic methods with the TROFILE® phenotypic assay
    In: Abstracts of the Ninth International Congress on Drug Therapy in HIV Infection, Glasgow, UK, 2008, 123 p.