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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012AUTOMATION OF AN IN VITRO CITOTOXICITY ASSAY USED TO ESTIMATE STARTING DOSES IN ACUTE ORAL SYSTEMIC TOXICITY TESTSBOUHIFD Mounir; BORIES Gilles; CASADO POBLADOR Juan; COECKE Sandra; NORLEN Hedvig; PARISSIS Nicholaos; RODRIGUES Robim; WHELAN MauriceArticles in Journals
2011A biology-based dynamic approach for the modelling of toxicity in cell assays.Part II: Models for cell population growth and toxicityZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'; MENNECOZZI MILENA; MACKO Peter; RODRIGUES Robim; BOUHIFD Mounir; BARAIBAR FENTANES JoaquinEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010A biology-based dynamic approach for the modelling of toxicity in cell-based assays. Part I: Fate modellingZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'; MENNECOZZI MILENA; MARCELINO RODRIGUES Robim; BOUHIFD MounirEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Digital Micromirror Device as a Spatial Illuminator for Fluorescence Lifetime and Hyperspectral ImagingBEDNARKIEWICZ Artur; BOUHIFD Mounir; WHELAN MauriceArticles in Journals
2007Electrogenerated Indium Tin Oxide-coated Glass Surface with Photosensitive Interfaces: Surface AnalysisKONRY Tania; BOUHIFD MOUNIR; COSNIER Serge; WHELAN MAURICE; VALSESIA ANDREA; ROSSI FRANCOIS; MARKS RobertArticles in Journals
2005Fluorescence Imaging Spectroscopy Utilising Acousto-Optic Tuneable FiltersBOUHIFD MOUNIR; WHELAN MAURICE; APRAHAMIAN MarcContributions to Conferences
2007Spectroscopic Imaging Using Acousto-Optic Tuneable FiltersWHELAN MAURICE; BOUHIFD MOUNIRContributions to Conferences
2005Use of Acousto-Optic Tuneable Filters for Imaging Fluorescence Spectroscopy Applications In Vivo and In VitroWHELAN MAURICE; BOUHIFD MOUNIR; APRAHAMIAN MarcContributions to Conferences
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