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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012Recent JRC Achievements and Future Challenges in Verification for Nuclear Safeguards and NonproliferationJANSSENS Willem; LUETZENKIRCHEN Klaus; EMONS Hendrik; ABOUSAHL Said; AREGBE Yetunde; BERNDT Reinhard; COJAZZI Giacomo; HEDBERG Magnus; LITTMANN Francois; MAYER Klaus, et alArticles in Journals
2006Reference Materials and Method Validation in Allergen DetectionPOMS Roland; ANKLAM ELKE; EMONS HENDRIKArticles in books
2013Reference materials and representative test materials: the nanotechnology caseROEBBEN Gert; RASMUSSEN Kirsten; KESTENS Vikram; LINSINGER Thomas; RAUSCHER Hubert; EMONS Hendrik; STAMM HermannArticles in Journals
2006Reference Materials as Crucial Tools for Quality Assurance and Control in Food AnalysisEMONS HENDRIK; HELD ANDREA; ULBERTH FRANZArticles in Journals
2004Reference Materials as Quality Assurance Tools for Laboratory Diagnostics.SCHIMMEL Heinz; EMONS Hendrik; KLEIN C.; MARKI-ZAY JanosArticles in Journals
2005Reference Materials: Are they fit-for-purpose for food analysis?ULBERTH FRANZ; EMONS HENDRIKArticles in Journals
2011Reference Materials: from CBNM to IRMMLAMBERTY MARIE ANDREE; EMONS HendrikArticles in Journals
2005Reliable GMO AnalysisTRAPMANN STEFANIE; EMONS HENDRIKArticles in Journals
2006The RM family - Idenfication of all of its MembersEMONS HENDRIKArticles in Journals
2009The Role of Reference Materials in Chemical MetrologyLINSINGER Thomas; EMONS HendrikArticles in Journals
2008A Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP839) in the adh1 Reference Gene affects the Quantification of Genetically Modified Maize (Zea mays L.)BROOTHAERTS WIM; CORBISIER PHILIPPE; SCHIMMEL Heinz; TRAPMANN STEFANIE; VINCENT SANDRA; EMONS HENDRIKArticles in Journals
2010Standardization of Protein Biomarker Measurements: Is It Feasible?SCHIMMEL Heinz; ZEGERS Ingrid; EMONS HendrikArticles in Journals
2010The Third Edition of ISO Guide 34: What Were the Drivers for the Revision and What Is New?LAMBERTY MARIE ANDREE; EMONS HendrikArticles in Journals
2014Towards a review of the EC Recommendation for a definition of the term "nanomaterial" Part 2: Assessment of collected information concerning the experience with the defintionAMENTA VALERIA; ASCHBERGER KARIN; BOIX SANFELIU Ana; CALZOLAI LUIGI; EMONS Hendrik; GAILLARD CLAIRE; GIBSON Peter; HOLZWARTH Uwe; KOEBER Robert; LINSINGER Thomas, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2014Towards a review of the EC Recommendation for a definition of the term "nanomaterial"; Part 1: Compilation of information concerning the experience with the definitionRAUSCHER Hubert, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Towards Future Reference Systems for GM AnalysisTRAPMANN Stefanie, et alArticles in Journals
2007Towards Metrological Traceability for DNA Fragment Ratios in GM Quantification 3. Suitability of DNA Calibrants Studied with a MON 810 Corn ModelCHARELS DIANA, et alArticles in Journals
2007Towards Metrological Traceability for DNA Fragment Ratios in GM Quantification 2. Systematic Study of Parameters Influencing the Quantitative Determination of MON 810 Corn by Real-time PCRCHARELS DIANA, et alArticles in Journals
2007Towards the Certification of the Purity of Calibrator Reference Materials for Thyroid Hormones: a Chicken and Egg DilemmaTOUSSAINT BRIGITTE, et alArticles in Journals
2006Towards the Development of (Certified) Reference Materials for Effective Veterinary Drug Residue Testing in Food-producing AnimalsZELENY REINHARD, et alArticles in Journals
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