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bibentry(bibtype = "Article",
         key = "Obenchain15072014",
         author = c(person(given = "Valerie", family = "Obenchain"),
                    person(given = "Michael", family = "Lawrence"),
                    person(given = "Vincent", family = "Carey"),
                    person(given = "Stephanie", family = "Gogarten"),
                    person(given = "Paul", family = "Shannon"),
                    person(given = "Martin", family = "Morgan")),
         title = "VariantAnnotation: a Bioconductor package for exploration and annotation of genetic variants",
         volume = "30",
         number = "14",
         pages = "2076-2078",
         year = "2014",
         doi = "10.1093/bioinformatics/btu168",
         abstract = "Summary: VariantAnnotation is an R / Bioconductor package
         for the exploration and annotation of genetic variants. Capabilities
         exist for reading, writing and filtering variant call format (VCF)
         files. VariantAnnotation allows ready access to additional R /
         Bioconductor facilities for advanced statistical analysis, data
         transformation, visualization and integration with diverse genomic
         resources. Availability and implementation: This package is
         implemented in R and available for download at the Bioconductor Web
         site
         (http://bioconductor.org/packages/2.13/bioc/html/VariantAnnotation.html).
         The package contains extensive help pages for individual functions and
         a 'vignette' outlining typical work flows; it is made available under
         the open source 'Artistic-2.0' license. Version 1.9.38 was used in
         this article. Contact: valerie.obenchain@roswellpark.org",
         journal = "Bioinformatics")