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Bandelt H-J, Dress AWM (1992) Split Decomposition: A new and useful approach to phylogenetic analysis of distance data. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 1:242-252

Bandelt H-J, Forster P, Sykes BC, Richards MB (1995) Mitochondrial portraits of human populations. Genetics 141:743-753

Richards MB, Corte-Real H, Forster P, Macauley V, Wilkinson-Herbots H, Demaine A, Papiha S, Hedges R, Bandelt H-J, Sykes BC (1996) Palaeolithic and neolithic lineages in the European mitochondrial gene pool. American Journal of Human Genetics 59:185-203

Forster P, Harding R, Torroni A, Bandelt H-J (1996) Origin and Evolution of Native American mtDNA Variation: A reappraisal. American Journal of Human Genetics 59:935-945

Richards MB, Macaulay V, Sykes BC, Pettitt P, Forster P, Bandelt H-J (1997) Palaeolithic and neolithic lineages in the European mitochondrial gene pool: Reply to Cavalli-Sforza and Minch. American Journal of Human Genetics 61:247-255

Watson E, Forster P, Richards MB, Bandelt H-J (1997) Mitochondrial footprints of human expansions in Africa. American Journal of Human Genetics 61:691-704

Bandelt H-J, Forster P (1997) The myth of bumpy hunter-gatherer mismatch distributions. American Journal of Human Genetics 61:980-983

Macaulay V, Richards MB, Forster P, Bendall KE, Watson E, Sykes BC, Bandelt H-J (1997) mtDNA mutation rates - no need to panic. American Journal of Human Genetics 61:983-986

Torroni A, Bandelt H-J, D'Urbano L, Lahermo P, Moral P, Sellitto D, Rengo C, Forster P, Savontaus M-L, Bonné-Tamir B, Scozzari R (1998) mtDNA analysis reveals a major late Palaeolithic population expansion from southwestern to northeastern Europe. American Journal of Human Genetics 62:1137-1152

Rando JC, Pinto F, González AM, Hernández M, Larruga JM, Cabrera VM, Bandelt H-J (1998) Mitochondrial DNA analysis of Northwest African populations reveals genetic exchanges with European, Near-Eastern, and sub-Saharan populations. Ann Hum Genet 62:531-203

Forster P, Kayser M, Meyer E, Roewer L, Pfeiffer H, Benkmann H, Brinkmann B (1998) Phylogenetic resolution of complex mutational features at Y-STR DYS390 in aboriginal Australians and Papuans. Molecular Biology and Evolution 15 (9):1108- 1114

Forster P, Toth A, Bandelt H-J (1998) Evolutionary networks of word lists: visualising the relationships between Alpine Romance languages. Journal of Quantitative Linguistics 5 (3): 174-187

Bandelt H-J, Forster P, Röhl A (1999) Median-joining networks for inferring intraspecific phylogenies. Mol Biol Evol 16:37-48

Röhl A (1999) Phylogenetische Netzwerke. PhD Thesis, Department of Mathematics, University of Hamburg

Forster P, Röhl A, Lünnemann P, Brinkmann C, Zerjal T, Tyler-Smith C, Brinkmann B (2000) A Short Tandem Repeat-Based Phylogeny for the Human Y Chromosome. Am. J. Hum. Genet., 67:182-196

Saillard J, Forster P, Lynnerup N, Bandelt H-J, Nørby S (2000) mtDNA variation among Greenland Eskimos: the edge of the Beringian expansion. Am J Hum Genet 67:718-726.

Forster P, Torroni A, Renfrew C, Röhl A (2001) Phylogenetic star contraction applied to Asian and Papuan mtDNA evolution. Mol Biol Evol 18:1864-1881.

Polzin T, Daneschmand S V (2003) On Steiner trees and minimum spanning trees in hypergraphs. Operations Research Letters 31:12-20

Bandelt H-J, Röhl A (2008) Quasi-Median Hulls in Hamming Space are Steiner Hulls. Discrete Applied Mathematics, doi:10.1016/j.dam.2006.09.015




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