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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1997Results of Collaborative Trials Concerning the Analysis of Benzo-a-Pyrene in Creosote.ANKLAM Elke; LIPP Markus; MUELLER Anne; VAN EIJK Jacob; VAN LEEMPUT M.; VAN STEERTEGEM G.Articles in Journals
1995Review of Methods for the Analysis of Triglycerides in Milk Fat. Application for Studies of Milk Quality and AdulterationLIPP MarkusArticles in Journals
1998Review on Cocoa Butter and Alternative Fats for Use in Chocolate. Part A. Compositional Data. Part B. Analytical Approaches for Identification and Determination.LIPP Markus; ANKLAM ElkeArticles in Journals
1999Use of Pyrolysis Mass Spectrometry in Food Analysis. Applications in the Food Analysis Laboratory of the European commission's Joint Research Centre.GUILLOU Claude gualbert; LIPP Markus; RADOVIC B.; RENIERO Fabiano; ANKLAM ElkeArticles in Journals
2000Validation of a Method Based on Polymerase Chain Reaction for the Detection of Genetically Modified Organisms in Various Processed Foodstuffs.LIPP Markus; BLUTH Anke; EYQUEM Fabrice; KRUSE Lothar; SCHIMMEL Heinz; VAN DEN EEDE Guy louis marie; ANKLAM ElkeArticles in Journals
2002Validation of a Method Based on Polymerase Chain Reaction for the Detection of Genetically Modified Organisms in Various Processed Foodstuffs.LIPP Markus; BLUTH Anke; EYQUEM Fabrice; KRUSE Lothar; SCHIMMEL Heinz; VAN DEN EEDE Guy louis marie; ANKLAM ElkeArticles in Journals
1998Validation of a Screening Method Based on PCR for the Detection of GMO in Food.LIPP MarkusArticles in Journals
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