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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005Animal Fat Discrimination: Investigation of the Potential of FT-IR, GC, Immuno-assay and PCR TechniquesVON HOLST CHRISTOPH; BELLORINI STEFANO; STRATMAN Stefan; TIRENDI SALVATORE; BAETEN Vincent; BERBEN Gilbert; FUMIÈRE OlivierArticles in Journals
2006Comparison and Complementarity of the MethodsVON HOLST CHRISTOPH; BAETEN Vincent; VERMEULEN Ph.; VAN RAAMSDONK L.w.d.; MURRAY I.; ZEGERS J.; BOSCH J.; BERBEN Gilbert; BRAMBILLA G.; BOIX SANFELIU ANA, et alArticles in books
2007Detection of Ruminant Meat and Bone Meals in Animal Feed by Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR): Results of an Interlaboratory StudyPRADO RODRIGUEZ MARTA; BERBEN GILBERT; FUMIERE O.; VAN DUIJN Gert; MENSINGA-KRUIZE Jonne; REANEY Scott; BOIX SANFELIU ANA; VON HOLST CHRISTOPHArticles in Journals
2006Determination of Processed Animal Proteins in Feed: The Performance Characteristics of Classical Microscopy and ImmunoassaysVON HOLST CHRISTOPH; BOIX SANFELIU ANA; BAETEN Vincent; VANCUTSEM Jeroen; BERBEN GilbertArticles in Journals
2006Effective PCR Detection of Animal Species in highly processed Animal By-Products and Compund FeedsBAETEN Vincent; BERBEN Gilbert; FUMIERE O.; VON HOLST CHRISTOPHArticles in Journals
2013GMO sampling strategies in food and feed chainsONORI Roberta; ŠUŠTAR - VOZLIČ Jelka; BELLOCCHI Gianni; BERBEN Gilbert; BLEJEC Andrej; BRERA Carlo; ČERGAN Z; DEBELJAK M; DE GIACOMO Marzia; DE VIVO M, et alArticles in books
2013The GMOseek matrix: a decision support tool for optimizing the detection of genetically modified plantsBLOCK Annette; DEBODE Frédéric; GROHMANN Lutz; HULIN Julie; TAVERNIERS Isabel; KLUGA L.; BROEDERS Sylvia; BARBAU-PIEDNOIR Elodie; HUBER Ingrid; VAN DEN BULCKE MARC, et alArticles in Journals
2006Kernel Lot Distribution Assessment (KeLDA)- A Study on the Distribution of GMO in Large Soybean ShipmentsPAOLETTI Claudia; HEISSENBERGER Andreas; MAZZARA MARCO; LARCHER SARA; GRAZIOLI EMANUELE; CORBISIER PHILIPPE; HESS Norbert; BERBEN Gilbert; LÜBECK Peter S.; DE LOOSE Marc, et alArticles in Journals
2013Kernel Lot Distribution Assessment (KeLDA): a Comparative Study of Protein and DNA-Based Detection Methods for GMO TestingMAZZARA Marco; PAOLETTI Claudia; CORBISIER Philippe; GRAZIOLI Emanuele; LARCHER Sara; BERBEN Gilbert; DE LOOSE Marc; FOLCH Imma; HENRY Christine; HESS Norbert, et alArticles in Journals
2006Kernel Lot Distribution Assessment (KeLDA): a Study on the Distribution of GMO in Large Soybean ShipmentsPAOLETTI Claudia, et alArticles in Journals
2009Methods of Detection, Species Identification and Quantification of Processed Animal Proteins in FeedingstuffsFUMIERE O., et alArticles in Journals
2013The Modular Approach in GMO Quality Control and Enforcement Support SystemsVAN DEN BULCKE MARC, et alArticles in books
2007New Developments in the Detection and Identification of Processed Animal Proteins in FeedsVAN RAAMSDONK L.w.d., et alArticles in Journals
2009Novel Approach for Interlaboratory Transfer of Real-time PCR Methods: Detecting Bovine Meat and Bone Meal in FeedPRADO RODRIGUEZ Marta, et alArticles in Journals
2006PCR Detection of Animal By-Products in Feeds (WP4)VON HOLST CHRISTOPH, et alArticles in books
2009A PCR-microarray method for the screening of genetically modified organismsHAMELS Sandrine, et alArticles in Journals
2005Quantitative Determination of Roundup Ready soybean (Glycine max) Extracted from Highly Processed FlourCORBISIER PHILIPPE, et alArticles in Journals
2007Species Identification of Processed Animal Fat: Potential of Different MethodsVON HOLST CHRISTOPH, et alArticles in Journals
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