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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Absolute Quantification of Genetically Modified MON810 Maize (Zea mays L.) by by Digital Polymerase Chain ReactionCORBISIER Philippe; BHAT Somanath; PARTIS Lina; RUI DAN XIE Vicki; EMSLIE K.Articles in Journals
2011CCQM-K86/P113.1: Relative quantification of genomic DNA fragments from a biological tissueCORBISIER Philippe; VINCENT Sandra; SCHIMMEL Heinz; KORTEKAAS Anna Maria; TRAPMANN Stefanie; BURNS M.; BUSHELL C; AKGOZ M; AKYUREK S; DONG L.; FU B; ZHANG L.; WANG J.; PEREZ URQUIZA M; BAUTISTA J.l.; GARIBAY A; FULLER B; BAOUTINA Anna; PARTIS Lina; EMSLIE K.; HOLDEN M.; CHUM W.y.; KIM H.-H.; PHUNBUA N; MILAVEC Mojca; ZEL Jana; VONSKY Maxim; KONOPELKO Leonid A.; LAU T.l.t.; YANG B, et alArticles in Journals
2009Single Molecule Detection in Nanofluidic Digital Array Enables Accurate Measurement of DNA Copy NumberBHAT Somanath; HERRMAN Jan; ARMISHAW Paul; CORBISIER Philippe; EMSLIE K.Articles in Journals
2007A Study of Comparability in AFLP Profiling using a Simple Model SystemPARTIS Lina; BURNS M.; CHIBA Koichi; CORBISIER PHILIPPE; GANCBERG DAVID; HOLDEN M.; WANG J.; LIU Qing Yan; OKUNISHI Tomoya; YANG Inchul; VONSKY Maxim; EMSLIE K.Articles in Journals
2007Towards Metrological Traceability for DNA Fragment Ratios in GM Quantification 1. Effect of DNA Extraction Methods on the Quantitative Determination of Bt176 Corn by Real-Time PCRCORBISIER PHILIPPE; BROOTHAERTS WIM; GIORIA SABRINA; SCHIMMEL HEINZ; BURNS M.; BAOUTINA Anna; EMSLIE K.; FURUI S.; KUROSAWA Yasunori; HOLDEN M.; KIM H.-H.; LEE Yun-Mi; KAWAHARASAKI M.; SIN D.; WANG J.Articles in Journals
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