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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Toward Prompt Gamma Spectroscopy for Monitoring Boron Distributions During Extra Corporal Treatment of Liver Metastases by Boron Neutron Capture Therapy - A Monte Carlo Simulation StudyKHELIFI R.; NIEVAART Victor Alexander; BODE P.; MOSS Raymond; KRIJGER Gerard C.Contributions to Conferences
2008Uptake of Two 10B-compounds in Liver Metastases of Colorectal Adenocarcinoma for Extracorporeal Irradiation with Boron Neutron Capture Therapy (EORTC trial 11001)WITTIG Andrea; MALAGO Massimo; COLLETTE Laurence; HUISKAMP R.; BÜHRMANN Sandra; NIEVAART VICTOR ALEXANDER; KAISER Gernot M.; JÖCKEL Karl-Heinz; SCHMID Kurt Werner; ORTMANN Uta, et alArticles in Journals
2006Use of Gel Dosimetry to Characterise the Dose Distribution in the Spheroidal Holder for Liver Treatment at the HFR PettenNIEVAART VICTOR ALEXANDER; CARRARA Mauro; VANOSSI Elena; DAQUINO GIUSEPPE GIOVANNI; GAMBARINI GraziaContributions to Conferences
2006Use of Linear Programming to Obtain an Optimum, Multi-Beam Treatment Plan in BNCTMOSS RAYMOND; SAUERWEIN WOLFGANG; WITTIG ANDREA; NIEVAART VICTOR ALEXANDERContributions to Conferences
2008Validating a MCNPX Model of Mg(Ar) and TE(TE) Ionisation Chambers Exposed to 60Co Gamma-raysROCA Antoaneta; NIEVAART Victor Alexander; MOSS Raymond; STECHER-RASMUSSEN Finn; ZAMFIR Nicolae VictorArticles in Journals
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