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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011The Certification of the Mass Concentration of C-Reactive Protein in Human Serum - Certified Reference Material ERM®-DA474/IFCCAUCLAIR Guy; ZEGERS Ingrid; CHAROUD-GOT Jean; MUNOZ-PINEIRO MARIA AMALIA; HANISCH KATJA; BOULO SÉBASTIEN; TRAPMANN Stefanie; SCHIMMEL Heinz; EMONS Hendrik; SCHREIBER WiebkeEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Development and Preparation of a New Serum Protein Reference Material: Feasibility Studies and ProcessingZEGERS Ingrid; SCHREIBER Wiebke; LINSTEAD Sarah; LAMMERS Manfred; MCCUSKER Matthew; MUNOZ-PINEIRO MARIA AMALIA; ITOH Yoshihisa; MERLINI Giampaolo; TRAPMANN Stefanie; EMONS Hendrik, et alArticles in Journals
2010Extreme DNA Bending: Molecular Basis of the Regulatory Breadth of IHF (Chapter 16)MUNOZ-PINEIRO MARIA AMALIA; VALLS Marc; DE LORENZO VictorArticles in books
2011Functional analysis of the integration host factor site of the sigma54 Pu promoter of Pseudomonas putida by in vivo UV imprintingVALLS Marc; SILVA-ROCHA Rafael; CASES Ildefonso; MUNOZ-PINEIRO MARIA AMALIA; DE LORENZO VictorArticles in Journals
2011Quantification of Protein Calibrants by Amino Acid Analysis Using Isotope Dilution Mass SpectrometryMUNOZ-PINEIRO MARIA AMALIA; KRAL Radim; SCHIMMEL HeinzArticles in Journals
2011Regulatory Exaptation of the Catabolite Repression Protein (Crp)¿cAMP System in Pseudomonas PutidaMILANESIO P.; ARCE A.; CHAVARRIA M.; MUNOZ-PINEIRO MARIA AMALIA; CALLES B.; DE LORENZO VictorArticles in Journals
2010Towards the Development of a Certified Reference Material for Hemoglobin A2PALEARI Renata; MUNOZ-PINEIRO MARIA AMALIA; MOSCA AndreaArticles in Journals
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