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2006Set-Up of a Dynamic in-Vitro Exposure Device for the Study of Indoor Air Pollutants Effects on Human Derived Cells.PARISELLI FABRIZIO; SACCO MARIA-GRAZIA; REMBGES DIANAContributions to Conferences
2013Singlet oxygen plays a key role in the toxicity and DNA damage caused by nanometric TiO2 in human keratinocytesFENOGLIO Ivana; PONTI Jessica; ALLOA Elisa; GHIAZZA Mara; CORAZZARI Ingrid; CAPOMACCIO ROBIN BRUNO; REMBGES Diana; OLIARO BOSSO Simonetta; ROSSI FrancoisArticles in Journals
2005Travelling Reference Spectroradiometer for Routine Quality Assurance of Spectral Solar Untraviolet Irradiance Measurements.GROEBNER Julian; SCHREDER Josef; KAZADZIS Stelios; BAIS Alkiviadis F.; BLUMTHALER Mario; GORTS Peter; TAX Rick; KOSKELA Tapani; SECKMEYER Gunther; WEBB Ann R., et alArticles in Journals
2002Uncertainty of NO2 Measurements by Chemilumiscence. A Case Study at the JRC-AIRMON Station and Discussion of the Quality Objective of the NO2 European DirectiveGERBOLES Michel; REMBGES Diana; BRUN Claude; LAGLER FriedrichEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2006Validation of Toxicogenomics-Based Test Systems:ECVAM-ICCVAM/NICEATM Considerations for Regulatory UseCORVI RAFFAELLA; AHR Hans; ALBERTINI Silvio; BLAKEY David; CLERICI Libero; COECKE SANDRA; DOUGLAS George; GRIBALDO LAURA; GROTEN John; HAASE Bernd, et alArticles in Journals
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