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Hornbacher, Johann, Rumlow, Annekathrin, Pallmann, Philip, Turcios, Ariel E, Riemenschneider, Anja and Papenbrock, Jutta 2019. The levels of sulfur-containing metabolites in Brassica napus are not influenced by the circadian clock but diurnally. Journal of Plant Biology 62 (5) , pp. 359-373. 10.1007/s12374-019-0143-x
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Drew, Cheney J. G., Postans, Mark, Petralia, Cateno, McNamara, Rachel, Pallmann, Philip, Gillespie, Dave, Evans, Lisa H., Muhlert, Nils, Winter, Mia, Hamandi, Khalid and Gray, William P. 2019. A protocol for a randomised controlled, double-blind feasibility trial investigating fluoxetine treatment in improving memory and learning impairments in patients with mesial temporal lobe epilepsy: Fluoxetine, Learning and Memory in Epilepsy (FLAME trial). Pilot and Feasibility Studies 5 (1) , 87. 10.1186/s40814-019-0474-x

Jansen, Jan O, Pallmann, Philip, MacLennan, Graeme and Campbell, Marion K 2019. Bayesian clinical trial designs another option for trauma trials? Erratum. Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery 86 (4) , p. 760. 10.1097/TA.0000000000002236

Jaki, Thomas, Pallmann, Philip and Magirr, Dominic 2019. The R package MAMS for designing multi-arm multi-stage clinical trials. Journal of Statistical Software 88 (4)

Pallmann, Philip, Wan, Fang, Mander, Adrian P, Wheeler, Graham M, Yap, Christina, Clive, Sally, Hampson, Lisa V and Jaki, Thomas 2019. Designing and evaluating dose-escalation studies made easy: the MoDEsT web app. Clinical Trials

Dimairo, Munyaradzi, Pallmann, Philip, Wason, James, Todd, Susan, Jaki, Thomas, Julious, Steven A, Mander, Adrian P, Weir, Christopher J, Koenig, Franz, Walton, Marc K, Nicholl, Jon P, Coates, Elizabeth, Biggs, Katie, Hamasaki, Toshimitsu, Proschan, Michael A, Scott, John A, Ando, Yuki, Hind, Daniel and Altman, Douglas G 2019. The Adaptive designs CONSORT Extension (ACE) Statement: a checklist with explanation and elaboration guideline for reporting randomised trials that use an adaptive design. BMJ

Dimairo, Munyaradzi, Coates, Elizabeth, Pallmann, Philip, Todd, Susan, Julious, Steven A., Jaki, Thomas, Wason, James, Mander, Adrian P., Weir, Christopher J., Koenig, Franz, Walton, Marc K., Biggs, Katie, Nicholl, Jon, Hamasaki, Toshimitsu, Proschan, Michael A., Scott, John A., Ando, Yuki, Hind, Daniel and Altman, Douglas G. 2018. Development process of a consensus-driven CONSORT extension for randomised trials using an adaptive design. BMC Medicine 16 (1) , 210. 10.1186/s12916-018-1196-2

Pallmann, Philip, Ritz, Christian and Hothorn, Ludwig A. 2018. Simultaneous small-sample comparisons in longitudinal or multi-endpoint trials using multiple marginal models. Statistics in Medicine 37 (9) , pp. 1562-1576. 10.1002/sim.7610

Pallmann, Philip, Bedding, Alun W., Choodari-Oskooei, Babak, Dimairo, Munyaradzi, Flight, Laura, Hampson, Lisa V., Holmes, Jane, Mander, Adrian P., Odondi, Lang'o, Sydes, Matthew R., Villar, SofĂ­a S., Wason, James M. S., Weir, Christopher J., Wheeler, Graham M., Yap, Christina and Jaki, Thomas 2018. Adaptive designs in clinical trials: why use them, and how to run and report them. BMC Medicine 16 , 29. 10.1186/s12916-018-1017-7

Pallmann, Philip and Jaki, Thomas 2017. Simultaneous confidence regions for multivariate bioequivalence. Statistics in Medicine 36 (29) , pp. 4585-4603. 10.1002/sim.7446

Jansen, Jan O., Pallmann, Philip, MacLennan, Graeme and Campbell, Marion K. 2017. Bayesian clinical trial designs: Another option for trauma trials? Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery 83 (4) , pp. 736-741. 10.1097/TA.0000000000001638

Parkes, Matthew, Lunt, Mark, Pallmann, Philip and Felson, David T. 2017. The two-stage treatment selection (TSTS) design: a novel approach to treatment selection in clinical trials. Trials 18 (S1) , p. 166. 10.1186/s13063-017-1902-y

Otieno, Jacinter Atieno, Pallmann, Philip and Poehling, Hans-Michael 2017. Additive and synergistic interactions amongst Orius laevigatus (Heteroptera: Anthocoridae), entomopathogens and azadirachtin for controlling western flower thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae). BioControl 62 (1) , pp. 85-95. 10.1007/s10526-016-9767-7

Pallmann, Philip 2017. Sample size determination in clinical trials with multiple endpoints. T. Sozu, R. Sugimoto, T. Hamasaki, and S. R. Evans (2015). New York, NY: Springer. 95 pages, ISBN: 978-3-319-22004-8. Biometrical Journal 59 (1) , p. 218. 10.1002/bimj.201600135

Rumlow, Annekathrin, Keunen, Els, Klein, Jan, Pallmann, Philip, Riemenschneider, Anja, Cuypers, Ann and Papenbrock, Jutta 2016. Quantitative expression analysis in brassica napus by northern blot analysis and reverse transcription-quantitative PCR in a complex experimental setting. PLoS ONE 11 (9) , e0163679. 10.1371/journal.pone.0163679

Pallmann, Philip and Hothorn, Ludwig A. 2016. Boxplots for grouped and clustered data in toxicology. Archives of Toxicology 90 (7) , pp. 1631-1638. 10.1007/s00204-015-1608-4

Otieno, J. A., Pallmann, P. and Poehling, H. -M. 2016. The combined effect of soil-applied azadirachtin with entomopathogens for integrated management of western flower thrips. Journal of Applied Entomology 140 (3) , pp. 174-186. 10.1111/jen.12242

Pallmann, Philip and Hothorn, Ludwig A. 2016. Analysis of means: a generalized approach using R. Journal of Applied Statistics 43 (8) , pp. 1541-1560. 10.1080/02664763.2015.1117584

Pallmann, P. and Schaarschmidt, F. 2016. Common pitfalls when testing additivity of treatment mixtures with chi-square analyses. Journal of Applied Entomology 140 (1-2) , pp. 135-141. 10.1111/jen.12258

Pallmann, Philip 2015. Simultaneous Statistical Inference: With Applications in the Life Sciences. T.Dickhaus (2014). Heidelberg: Springer. 180 pages, ISBN: 978-3-642-45181-2. Biometrical Journal 57 (6) , pp. 1151-1152. 10.1002/bimj.201500129

Pallmann, Philip 2015. Analyzing baseball data with R [book review]. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A (Statistics in Society) 178 (4) , p. 1099. 10.1111/rssa.3_12138

Karanja, Josephine, Poehling, Hans-Michael and Pallmann, Philip 2015. Efficacy and dose response of soil-applied neem formulations in substrates with different amounts of organic matter, in the control of whiteflies, aleyrodes proletella and trialeurodes vaporariorum (hemiptera: aleyrodidae). Journal of Economic Entomology 108 (3) , pp. 1182-1190. 10.1093/jee/tov047

Weese, Annekathrin, Pallmann, Philip, Papenbrock, Jutta and Riemenschneider, Anja 2015. Brassica napus L. cultivars show a broad variability in their morphology, physiology and metabolite levels in response to sulfur limitations and to pathogen attack. Frontiers in Plant Science 6 , 9. 10.3389/fpls.2015.00009

Pallmann, Philip, Pretorius, Mias and Ritz, Christian 2015. Simultaneous comparisons of treatments at multiple time points: Combined marginal models versus joint modeling. Statistical Methods in Medical Research 26 (6) , pp. 2633-2648. 10.1177/0962280215603743

Pallmann, Philip 2014. Applied meta-analysis with R. Journal of Applied Statistics 42 (4) , pp. 914-915. 10.1080/02664763.2014.989464

Jaki, Thomas, Pallmann, Philip and Wolfsegger, Martin J. 2013. Authors' reply to Comments on 'Estimation in AB/BA crossover trials with application to bioequivalence studies with incomplete and complete data designs'. Statistics in Medicine 32 (30) , pp. 5487-5488. 10.1002/sim.6000

Jaki, Thomas, Pallmann, Philip and Wolfsegger, Martin J. 2013. Estimation in AB/BA crossover trials with application to bioequivalence studies with incomplete and complete data designs. Statistics in Medicine 32 (30) , pp. 5469-5483. 10.1002/sim.5886

Pallmann, Philip, Schaarschmidt, Frank, Hothorn, Ludwig A., Fischer, Christiane, Nacke, Heiko, Priesnitz, Kai U. and Schork, Nicholas J. 2012. Assessing group differences in biodiversity by simultaneously testing a user-defined selection of diversity indices. Molecular Ecology Resources 12 (6) , pp. 1068-1078. 10.1111/1755-0998.12004

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