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RepWeb: A Web-Based Search Tool for Repeat-Related Literatures.
Taeha Woo, Younguk Kim, Jekeun Kwon, Jungmin Seo
Genomics Inform. 2007;5(2):88-91.

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Finding Related Search Engine Queries by Web Community Based Query Enrichment
World Wide Web. 2009;13(1-2):121-142   Crossref logo
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Accounting case search: A web-based search tool for finding published accounting cases
Journal of Accounting Education. 2014;32(4):16-23   Crossref logo
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MotifCombinator: a web-based tool to search for combinations of cis-regulatory motifs
BMC Bioinformatics. 2007;8(1):   Crossref logo
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HCI Browser: A tool for studying web search behavior
Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 2010;47(1):1-2   Crossref logo
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Integration of the PubAnnotation ecosystem in the development of a web-based search tool for alternative methods
Genomics & Informatics. 2020;18(2):e18   Crossref logo
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A web-based decision support tool for prognosis simulation in multiple sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders. 2014;3(5):575-583   Crossref logo
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Web tool predicts repeat biopsy result
Nature Reviews Urology. 2009;6(10):519-519   Crossref logo
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Web Search as a Linguistic Tool
Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on World Wide Web. 2017;   Crossref logo

Social networks as a search tool for historical sources
SHS Web of Conferences. 2021;103:02017   Crossref logo

Archetype as the communication tool of national cultures: on the question of the typological similarity of Russian and Hungarian literatures (based on the short story “Student” by A.P. Chekhov and the novel “Two Beggar-Students” by Mikszáth Kálmán)
E3S Web of Conferences. 2021;273:11022   Crossref logo