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1986Environmental, Toxicological and Biomedical Research on Trace Metals: Radiochemical Separations for Neutron Activation AnalysisSABBIONI Enrico; PIETRA Romano; GALLORINI M.; ORVINI E.Articles in Journals
1989Metallobiochemistry of Current Environmental Levels of Trace Metals. A New Method of Cyclotron Production of 48-V for Toxicological StudiesSABBIONI Enrico; BONARDI Mauro; CASTIGLIONI Marco; WECKERMANN Bernd; GALLORINI M.; DA-KANG LiArticles in Journals
1990Titanium Nitride as a Coating of Surgical Instruments to Collect Human Tissue for Trace Metal AnalysisSABBIONI Enrico; PIETRA Romano; GALLORINI M.; BROSSA Francesco; FARUFFINI G.; FUMAGALLI E.m.Articles in Journals
1990Trace Element Reference Values in Tissues from Inhabitants of the European Community. I. Study of 46 Elements in Urine, Blood and Serum of Italian SubjectsSABBIONI Enrico; PIETRA Romano; APOSTOLI P.; POZZOLI L.; GALLORINI M.; CAPODAGLIO E.; NICOLAOU GeorgeArticles in Journals
1992Trace Element Reference Values in Tissues from Inhabitants of the European Community. II. Examples of Strategy Adopted and Trace Element Analysis of Blood, Lymph Nodes and Cerebrospinal Fluid of Italian SubjectsSABBIONI Enrico; SALTELLI Andrea; PIETRA Romano; GALLORINI M.; FORTANER SalvadorArticles in Journals
1993Use of Chelex 100 Resin in Preconcentration and Radiochemical Separation Neutron Activation Analysis Applied to Environmental Toxicology and Biomedical ResearchSABBIONI Enrico; PIETRA Romano; GALLORINI M.Articles in Journals
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