Citing VaLID in a scientific paper

How do I cite use of VaLID in publications?

When citing predictions performed using the program, use this example as a guide:
“Glycerophospholipid identities were predicted based on m/z and appropriate ion type taking into consideration the mass tolerance of the QTRAP 5500 [replace with name of appropriate mass spectrometer] using VaLID version 3.2.0 (McDowell et al., 2014).”

When citing use of images/structural database, use this example as a guide:
“Structural images were obtained from the VaLID structural database version 3.2.0) (Blanchard et al., 2013).”

Blanchard AP, McDowell GSV, Valenzuela N, Xu H, Gelbard S, Bertrand M, Slater GW, Figeys D, Fai S, Bennett SAL (2013) Visualization and Phospholipid Identification (VaLID): An online integrated search engine capable of identifying and visualizing glycerophospholipids with given mass. Bioinformatics, 29: 284-285, doi: 10.1093/bioinformatics/bts662 (PDF)

McDowell GSV, Blanchard AP, Taylor GP, Figeys D, Fai S, Bennett SAL (2014) Predicting glycerophosphoinositol identities in lipidomic datasets using VaLID (Visualization and Phospholipid Identification) - an online bioinformatics search engine. BioMed Research International, 2014:818670. doi: 10.1155/2014/818670 (PDF)

McDowell GSV, Blanchard AP, Figeys D, Fai S, Bennett SAL (2014) Advancing Lipidomic Bioinformatic Technologies: Visualization and Phospholipid Identification (VaLID) version 3.0, Proceedings IWBBIO 2014: International Work-Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering. Granada, Spain, 670-680. (PDF)