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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Consumer Perception Studies on the Safety of Food Packaging - Final Report of WP7 of the EU Project "Foodmigrosure" QLK1-CT2002-2390SIMONEAU Catherine; BELDI Giorgia; FRANCHINI Fabio; RAFFAEL Barbara; PELLIZONI Luigi; DE MARCHI BrunaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012Development of a harmonised method for specific migration into the new simulant for dry foods established in Regulation 10/2011: Establishment of precision criteria from an EU interlaboratory comparison organized by the EURL- Food Contact Materials for the quantification from and migration into poly(2,6-diphenyl phenylene oxide)BELDI Giorgia; JAKUBOWSKA Natalia; PEYCHES BACH Aurelie; SIMONEAU CatherineEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2006Effect of Calibration Standards on the Quantification of Hydroxy Products from Can CoatingsSIMONEAU CATHERINE; PASTORELLI Sarah; BELDI GIORGIAArticles in Journals
2014Optimisation of an analytical method and results from the inter-laboratory comparison of the migration of regulated substances from food packaging into the new mandatory EU simulant for dry foodstuffsJAKUBOWSKA NATALIA; BELDI Giorgia; BACH AURELIE; SIMONEAU CatherineArticles in Journals
2008Proceedings of Closing Conference of the EU Project "Foodmigrosure" Qrlt-2001-2390 - Modelling Migration from Plastics into Foodstuffs as a Novel and Cost Efficient Tool for Estimation of Consumer Exposure from Food Contacts MaterialsBELDI Giorgia; FRANCHINI Fabio; SIMONEAU CatherineEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Report of an Interlaboratory Comparison from the European Reference Laboratory for Food Contact Materials: ILC001-2013 – Proficiency Testing on Food Simulant E containing a cocktail of potential migrant substancesSILVA FELIX JULIANA; BELDI Giorgia; SIMONEAU CatherineEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Report of an interlaboratory comparison organised by the European Reference Laboratory for Food Contact Materials : Formaldehyde in 3% acetic acid migration solution -follow up exerciseBELDI Giorgia; JAKUBOWSKA Natalia; SIMONEAU CatherineEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012Report of the interlaboratory comparison organised by the European Reference Laboratory for Food Contact Material - ILC01 2011- Formaldehyde in food contact migration solutionBELDI Giorgia; JAKUBOWSKA NATALIA; DERDA MALGORZATA; SIMONEAU CatherineEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012Report of the interlaboratory comparison organised by the European Reference Laboratory for Food Contact Materials: ILC01 2012- Formaldehyde and Melamine in 3% acetic acid migration solutionBELDI Giorgia; JAKUBOWSKA Natalia; YAVUZ Oguzhan; SIMONEAU CatherineEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012Report of the interlaboratory comparison organised by the European Reference Laboratory for Food Contact Materials: ILC02 2012- Primary Aromatic Amines in 3% acetic acid migration solutionBELDI Giorgia; JAKUBOWSKA Natalia; BRADLEY Emma; SIMONEAU CatherineEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Report of the interlaboratory comparison organized by the Community Reference Laboratory Food Contact Material: Plasticisers in Gaskets and OilBRATINOVA Stefanka; VALZACCHI Sandro; BELDI Giorgia; MORKUNAS Vaidas; CONTINI Claudia; HANNAERT Philippe; SIMONEAU CatherineEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Suitability of new sources of olive oil intended to be used as simulant D in migration testingSIMONEAU CATHERINE; BELDI GIORGIA; FRANCHINI FABIO; HANNAERT PHILIPPEEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012Time- and temperature-dependent migration studies of Irganox 1076 from plastics into foods and food simulantsBELDI Giorgia; PASTORELLI Sarah; FRANCHINI Fabio; SIMONEAU CatherineArticles in Journals
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