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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007Sample Preparation Strategy for the Simultaneoous Determination of Macrolide Antibiotics in Animal Feedingstuffs by Liquid Chromatography with Electrochemical Detection (HPLC- ECD)GONZALEZ DE LA HUEBRA MARIA JOSE; VINCENT URSULA; VON HOLST CHRISTOPHArticles in Journals
2006Selective Pressurized Liquid Extraction of Polychlorinated Biphenyls from Food and Feed Samples: Effects of High Lipid Amounts and Lipid Type on Fat RetentionSPORRING Sune; VON HOLST CHRISTOPH; BJORKLUND ErlandArticles in Journals
2012Separation and quantification of 15 carotenoids by reversed phase high performance liquid chromatography coupled to diode array detection with isosbestic wavelength approachMITROWSKA Kamila; VINCENT Ursula; VON HOLST ChristophArticles in Journals
2007Species Identification of Processed Animal Fat: Potential of Different MethodsVON HOLST CHRISTOPH; BAETEN VINCENT; BERBEN Gilbert; BELLORINI STEFANOArticles in Journals
2013Standardization of NIR microscopy spectra obtained from inter-laboratory studies by using a standardization cellFERNANDEZ PIERNA Juan Antonio; BOIX SANFELIU Ana; SLOWIKOWSKI Boleslaw; VON HOLST Christoph; MAUTE Oliver; HAN Lujia; AMATO Giuseppina; DE LA ROZA DELGADO Begona; PEREZ MARIN Dolores; LILLEY Gillian, et alArticles in Journals
2014Study for evaluating performances of a multiplex dipstick immunoassay for Fusarium mycotoxin screening in wheat and maizeLATTANZIO Veronica; VISCONTI A.; VON HOLST ChristophArticles in Journals
2001Supercritical Fluid Extraction for Liquid Chromatographic Determination of Carotenoids in Spirulina Pacifica Algae. A Chemometric Approach.CARERI M.; FURLATTINI L.; MANGIA A.; MUSCI M.; ANKLAM Elke; THEOBALD Anne; VON HOLST ChristophArticles in Journals
2008Transferability Study of a Near-Infrared Microscopic Method for the Detection of Banned Meat and Bone Meal in FeedingstuffsVON HOLST CHRISTOPH; BAETEN Vincent; BOIX SANFELIU ANA; SLOWIKOWSKI BOLESLAW; PIERNA Juan; TIRENDI SALVATORE; DARDENNE P.Articles in Journals
2001Use of an Immunoassay as a Means to Detect Polychlorinated Biphenyls in Animal Fat.JABOREK-HUGO S.; VON HOLST Christoph; ALLEN R.; STEWART T.; WILLEY J.; ANKLAM ElkeArticles in Journals
2009Use of Glyceroltriheptanoate as Marker for Processed Animal By-Products: Development and Validation of an Analytical MethodVON HOLST Christoph; BOIX SANFELIU Ana; BELLORINI Stefano; SERANO Federica; ANDRONI Simona; VERKUYLEN B.; MARGRY R.Articles in Journals
2012Validation of a near infrared microscopy method for the detection of animal products in feedingstuffs: Results of a collaborative studyBOIX SANFELIU Ana; FERNANDEZ PIERNA Juan; VON HOLST Christoph; BAETEN VincentArticles in Journals
2007Validation of an Analytical Method for the Determination of Carbadox and Olaquindox in Feedingstuffs by Liquid Chromatography Coupled to UV and/or Diode Array DetectorGIZZI Gisele; VINCENT URSULA; VON HOLST CHRISTOPH; DE JONG JACOB; GENOUEL CHRISTOPHEArticles in Journals
2010Validation of an Analytical Method for the Determination of Glycerolthiheptanoate (GTH) in Processed Animal By-products: Results of a Collaborative StudyBOIX SANFELIU Ana; BELLORINI Stefano; VON HOLST ChristophArticles in Journals
2007Validation of an Analytical Method for the Determination of Spiramycin Virginiamycin and Tylosin in Feedingstuffs by Thin Layer Chromatography and BioautographyVINCENT URSULA; GIZZI Gisele; VON HOLST CHRISTOPH; DE JONG Jacob; MICHARD JacquesArticles in Journals
2006The Validation of the Microscopic Method Selected in the Stratfeed Project for Detecting Processed Animal Proteins (WP7)VON HOLST CHRISTOPH; VAN RAAMSDONK L.w.d.; BAETEN Vincent; STRATHMANN Stefan; BOIX SANFELIU ANAArticles in books
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