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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2006Cyclotron Production of 64Cu by Deuteron Irradiation of 64ZnABBAS KAMEL; KOZEMPEL J.; BONARDI M.; GROPPI F; ALFARANO ANNA; HOLZWARTH UWE; SIMONELLI FEDERICA; HOFMAN JOHANNES; HORSTMANN WIJBE; MENAPACE E; LESETICKY L.; GIBSON PETERArticles in Journals
2013Feasibility study of direct cyclotron production of 227-ThKOZEMPEL J.; VLK M.; MICOLOVA P.; LEBEDA O.; MOSA M.; MORGENSTERN AlfredContributions to Conferences
2013Feasibility study of production of radioactive carbon black or carbon nanotubes in cyclotron facilities for nanobioscience applicationsABBAS Kamel; SIMONELLI Federica; HOLZWARTH Uwe; CYDZIK Izabel; BULGHERONI ANTONIO; GIBSON Peter; KOZEMPEL J.Articles in Journals
2013Gold nanoparticle aerosols for rodent inhalation and translocation studiesMÖLLER Winfried; GIBSON Peter; GEISER Marianne; POKHREL Suman; WENK Alexander; TAKENAKA Shinji; SCHMID Otmar; BULGHERONI ANTONIO; SIMONELLI Federica; KOZEMPEL J.; HOLZWARTH Uwe; WIGGE Christoph; EIGELDINGER-BERTHOU Sylvie; MÄDLER Lutz; KREYLING WolfgangArticles in Journals
2007A Novel Method for n.c.a. 64Cu Production by the 64Zn(d,2p)64Cu Reaction and Dual Ion-exchange Column ChromatographyKOZEMPEL J.; ABBAS KAMEL; SIMONELLI FEDERICA; ZAMPESE MARCO; HOLZWARTH UWE; GIBSON PETER; LESETICKY L.Articles in Journals
2007Update on Cyclotron Production Studies on NCA Radionuclides: Copper-64, Astatine-211, Rhenium-186gABBAS KAMEL; HOLZWARTH UWE; SIMONELLI FEDERICA; GIBSON PETER; BONARDI M L; CANELLA L; GROPPI F; MENAPACE E; PERSICO E; ZONA C; KOZEMPEL J.; DARABAN LauraContributions to Conferences
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