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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012Measurements of the half-life of 214Po and 218Rn using digital electronicsSULIMAN GABRIEL; POMME Stefaan; MAROULI MARIA; VAN AMMEL Raf; JOBBAGY VIKTOR; PAEPEN Jan; STROH HEIKO; APOSTOLIDIS Christos; ABBAS Kamel; MORGENSTERN AlfredContributions to Conferences
2009Medical radioisotopes activation in the JRC cyclotron-driven INBARCA neutron activatorMACIOCCO L.; BUONO S.; ABBAS Kamel; COTOGNO Giulio; GIBSON Peter; SIMONELLI Federica; TAGZIRIA Hamid; BURGIO N.; SANTAGATA A; MERCURIO GIOVANNI, et alContributions to Conferences
2001A New Method for N.C.A. Copper-64 Production.BONARDI Mauro; BIRATTARI Claudio; ABBAS Kamel; GROPPI Flavia; SEVERGNINI M.; SHAW Deborah; MENAPACE E.; STROOSNIJDER Marinus frederikContributions to Conferences
2010A Novel Method for 67Cu ProductionKOZEMPEL JAN; ABBAS Kamel; GIBSON Peter; HOLZWARTH Uwe; SIMONELLI FedericaContributions to Conferences
2007A Novel Method for n.c.a. 64Cu Production by the 64Zn(d,2p)64Cu Reaction and Dual Ion-exchange Column ChromatographyKOZEMPEL J.; ABBAS KAMEL; SIMONELLI FEDERICA; ZAMPESE MARCO; HOLZWARTH UWE; GIBSON PETER; LESETICKY L.Articles in Journals
2012A novel method for synthesis of 56Co radiolabelled silica nanoparticlesCYDZIK Izabel; BILEWICZ Aleksander; ABBAS Kamel; SIMONELLI Federica; BULGHERONI A.; HOLZWARTH Uwe; GIBSON PeterArticles in Journals
2011On the use of radioisotopes to study the possible synthesis by magnetron sputtering of bimetallic nanoparticlesBOUCHAT Valerie, et alArticles in Journals
2005Optimisation Study of Alpha Cyclotron Production of At-211/Po-211g for High-LET Metabolic Radiotherapy PurposesGROPPI F, et alArticles in Journals
2009Overview on the production of radioactive nanoparticles for bioscience applications at the JRC CyclotronABBAS Kamel, et alContributions to Conferences
2008Preparation and Testing of Bevacizumab Radioimmunoconjugates with Bismuth-213 and Bismuth-205 / Bismuth-206RIZVI S., et alArticles in Journals
2012Preparation of 67Cu via deuteron irradiation of 70ZnKOZEMPEL JAN, et alArticles in Journals
2010Preparation of VtiO2 labelled nanoparticles for biokinetics studiesGIBSON Peter, et alContributions to Conferences
2009Production and quality control of hight specific activity NCA Re-186 by Cyclotron irradiationGROPPI Flavia, et alContributions to Conferences
2008Production of Alpha Emitters for Targeted Alpha TherapyMORGENSTERN Alfred, et alArticles in Journals
2009Production of cerium radioisotopes for nanotechnology studies: experimental measurements of the excitation functions natCe(d,x)139g/141/143Ce and 142PrABBAS Kamel, et alContributions to Conferences
2010Production study of high specific activity NCA Re-186g by proton and deuteron cyclotron irradiationBONARDI M L, et alArticles in Journals
2013Proliferation resistance features of reprocessed uraniumABBAS Kamel, et alContributions to Conferences
2009A Quantitative In Vitro Approach to Study the Intracellular Fate of Gold Nanoparticles: From Synthesis to CytotoxicityPONTI Jessica, et alArticles in Journals
2009Radio-activation of TiO2 nanoparticles for use in nanotoxicology studies, and as a model substance for activation of pharmaceutically relevant nanoparticlesGIBSON Peter, et alContributions to Conferences
2000Radioactivity Measurements for Thin Layer Activation Technique.ABBAS Kamel; GILLILAND Douglas daniel; STROOSNIJDER Marinus frederikContributions to Conferences
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