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2009Production and quality control of hight specific activity NCA Re-186 by Cyclotron irradiationGROPPI Flavia; BONARDI Mauro; MANENTI S.; MARCHETTI M.; GINI L.; ABBAS Kamel; HOLZWARTH Uwe; SIMONELLI FedericaContributions to Conferences
2010Production study of high specific activity NCA Re-186g by proton and deuteron cyclotron irradiationBONARDI M L; GROPPI F; MANENTI S.; PERSICO ELISA; GINI L.; ABBAS Kamel; HOLZWARTH Uwe; SIMONELLI Federica; ALFASSI Z.b.Articles in Journals
2004Thin-Target Excitation Functions and Optimisation of NCA 64Cu and 66,67Ga Production by Deuteron Induced Nuclear Reactions on Natural Zinc Target, for Radiometabolic Therapy and for PET.GROPPI Flavia; BONARDI Mauro; BIRATTARI Claudio; GINI L.; MAINARDI H. s.; MENAPACE E.; ABBAS Kamel; HOLZWARTH Uwe; STROOSNIJDER Marinus frederikArticles in Journals
2004Thin-Target Excitation Functions and Optimization of NCA 64-Cu and 66,67-Ga Production by Deuteron Induced Nuclear Reactions on Natural Zinc Target, for Radiometabolic Therapy and for PET.GROPPI Flavia; BONARDI Mauro; BIRATTARI Claudio; GINI L.; MAINARDI C.; MENAPACE E.; ABBAS Kamel; HOLZWARTH Uwe; STROOSNIJDER Marinus frederikArticles in Journals
2003Thin-Target Excitation Functions and Optimization of Simultaneous Production of NCA Copper-6 and Gallium-66,67 by Deuteron Induced Nuclear Reactions on a Natural Zinc Target.BONARDI Mauro; GROPPI Flavia; BIRATTARI Claudio; GINI L.; MENAPACE E.; ABBAS Kamel; HOLZWARTH Uwe; STROOSNIJDER Marinus frederikArticles in Journals
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