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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Methylene Diphenyl DiisocyanateDEBACKER Linda; JOAQUIM-JUSTO C.; NEMERY B.; THOMÉ J.p.; VANHOOREN H.; VAN MALDEREN Karen; ASCHBERGER KARIN; MUNN SHARON; OLSSON Heidi; PAKALIN Sazan, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011A Model-Based Prioritisation Exercise for the European Water Framework DirectiveDAGINNUS Klaus; GOTTARDO Stefania; PAYA PEREZ Ana; WHITEHOUSE Paul; WILKINSON Helen; ZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'Articles in Journals
2010A modelling approach for the prioritization of chemicals under the water framework directiveDAGINNUS Klaus; GOTTARDO Stefania; MOSTRAG-SZLICHTYNG A.; WILKINSON Helen; WHITEHOUSE Paul; PAYA PEREZ Ana; ZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2007Present and Future in the risk assessment of chemicals with PBT propertiesPAYA PEREZ ANAContributions to Conferences
2012Risk Assessment Report 2-ETHOXYETHYL ACETATEPAYA PEREZ Ana; ASCHBERGER KARIN; OLSSON Heidi; VEGRO Stefania; PAKALIN SazanJRC Reference Reports
2010Thresholds of Toxicological Concern for Endocrine Active Substances in the Aquatic EnvironmentGROSS Melanie; DAGINNUS Klaus; DEVILLER Geneviève; DE WOLF Watze; DUNGEY Stephen; GALLI Corrado; GOURMELON Anne; JACOBS Miriam; MATTHIESSEN Peter; MICHELETTI Christian, et alArticles in Journals
2008Updated European Union Risk Assessment Report of Alkanes, C10-13, ChloroPAKALIN SAZAN; ASCHBERGER KARIN; COSGROVE ORNA; PAYA PEREZ ANA; VEGRO STEFANIAEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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