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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Authentication of Farmed and Wild Turbot (Psetta maxima) by Fatty Acid and Isotopic Analyses Combined with ChemometricsBUSETTO Maria Letizia; MORETTI Vittorio; MORENO ROJAS JOSE'; CAPRINO Fabio; GIANI Ivan; MALANDRA Renato; BELLAGAMBA Federica; GUILLOU CLAUDEArticles in Journals
2007Control of Oenological Products: Discrimination between Different Botanical Sources of L-tartaric Acid by Isotope Ratio Mass SpectrometryMORENO ROJAS JOSE'; COSOFRET Sorin; RENIERO FABIANO; GUILLOU CLAUDE; SERRA FRANCESCAArticles in Journals
2008Geographical Origin Classification of Olive Oils by PTR-MSARAGHIPOUR Nooshin; COLINEAU Jennifer; KOOT Alex; AKKERMANS Wies; MORENO ROJAS JOSE'; BEAUCHAMP Jonathan; WISTHALER Armin; MARK Tilmann D.; DOWNEY Gerard; GUILLOU CLAUDE, et alArticles in Journals
2007NMR And Isotopic Fingerprinting For Food CharacterisationMORENO ROJAS JOSE'; ALONSO SALCES ROSA; HOLLAND MARGARET; RENIERO FABIANO; GUILLOU CLAUDE; SERRA FRANCESCA; SEGEBARTH NICOLASEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Stable Isotope Ratio Analysis as a Tool to Discriminate between Rainbow Trout (O. mykiss) Fed Diets Based on Plant or Fish-meal ProteinsMORENO ROJAS Jose'; TULLI Francesca; MESSINA M; TIBALDI Emilio; GUILLOU ClaudeArticles in Journals
2008Stable Isotopes to Discriminate Lambs Fed Herbage or Concentrate both Obtained from C3 PlantsMORENO ROJAS Jose'; VASTA Valentina; LANZA Alfio; LUCIANO Giuseppe; LADROUE Virginie; GUILLOU Claude; PRIOLO AlessandroArticles in Journals
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