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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013Chapter 21: Method Validation and Reference MaterialsBELLOCCHI G.; BERTHEAU Yves; DE GIACOMO M.; HOLST-JENSEN Arne; MACARTHUR Roy; MAZZARA Marco; ONORI Roberta; TAVERNIERS I.; VAN DEN BULCKE Marc; TRAPMANN StefanieArticles in books
2013GMO sampling strategies in food and feed chainsONORI Roberta; ŠUŠTAR - VOZLIČ Jelka; BELLOCCHI Gianni; BERBEN Gilbert; BLEJEC Andrej; BRERA Carlo; ČERGAN Z; DEBELJAK M; DE GIACOMO Marzia; DE VIVO M, et alArticles in books
2007Guidance Document on Measurement Uncertainty for GMO Testing LaboratoriesTRAPMANN STEFANIE; BURNS M.; BROLL HERMANN; MACARTHUR Roy; WOOD Roger; ZEL JanaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Guidance Document on Measurement Uncertainty for GMO Testing LaboratoriesTRAPMANN Stefanie; BURNS M.; BROLL Hermann; MACARTHUR Roy; WOOD Roger; ZEL JanaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013An inter-laboratory validation of a multiplex dipstick assay for four classes of antibiotics in honeyHEINRICH Katharina; MACARTHUR Roy; VON HOLST Christoph; SHARMAN MatthewArticles in Journals
2013Method Validation and Reference MaterialsBELLOCCHI Gianni; BERTHEAU Yves; DE GIACOMO Marzia; HOLST-JENSEN Arne; MACARTHUR Roy; MAZZARA Marco; ONORI Roberta; TAVERNIERS Isabel; VAN DEN BULCKE Marc; TRAPMANN StefanieArticles in books
2012A protocol for the validation of qualitative methods of detectionMACARTHUR Roy; VON HOLST ChristophArticles in Journals
2011What is the Best Way to Ensure that Valid Analytical Methods Are Used for Food Control?ROSE Martin; POMS Roland ernest; MACARTHUR Roy; POPPING Bert; ULBERTH FranzArticles in Journals
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