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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2004The Certification of a European Reference Plasma for Factor VIII, BCR-629.BARROWCLIFFE T.; HUBBARD A.r.; WELLER L.j.; MACNAB J.; BENNINK D.; GAWLIK B.; KLEIN Christophe; LAMBERTY AndreEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2004The Certification of Reference Plasmas for the prothrombin Time, BCR-628 (Abnormal Plasma 2), BCR-630 (Abnormal Plasma 1)BARROWCLIFFE T.; HUBBARD A.r.; MARGETTS S.; WELLER L.j.; MACNAB J.; BENNINK D.; GAWLIK B.; KLEIN Christophe; LAMBERTY AndreEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2004The Certification of the Mass Concentrations of Aluminium, Selenium and Zinc in Human Serum, BCR-637, BCR-638, BCR-639.BYRIALSEN K.; KRISTIANSEN J.; CHRISTENSEN J.m.; DIRSCHERL Cyrill; GAWLIK B.; KLEIN Christophe; LAMBERTY AndreEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2004The Certification of the Mass Concentrations of Lead and Cadmium in Reconstituted Human Blood. BCR-634, BCR-635, BCR-636.BYRIALSEN K.; KRISTIANSEN J.; CHRISTENSEN J.m.; DIRSCHERL Cyrill; GAWLIK B.; KLEIN Christophe; LAMBERTY AndreEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2004Methods for Allergen Analysis in Food. A Review.POMS Roland; KLEIN Christophe; ANKLAM ElkeArticles in Journals
2004Methods for Allergen Analysis in Food: A Review.POMS Roland; KLEIN Christophe; ANKLAM ElkeArticles in Journals
2003Need for Validated Methods and Reference Materials to Detect Peanut Allergens in Food Products.POMS Roland; ULBERTH F.; KLEIN Christophe; ANKLAM ElkeArticles in Journals
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