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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013The Modular Approach in GMO Quality Control and Enforcement Support SystemsVAN DEN BULCKE MARC; BELLOCCHI Gianni; BERBEN Gilbert; BURNS M.; CANKAR Katarina; DE GIACOMO Marzia; GRUDEN Kristina; HOLST-JENSEN Arne; MALCEWSKY A; MAZZARA Marco, et alArticles in books
2006Sequence Stability of the T-DNA - Plant Junctions in Tissue Culture in Arabidopsis Transgenic LinesPAPAZOVA Nina; WINDELS Pieter; DEPICKER Ann; TAVERNIERS Isabel; ROLDAN-RUIZ Isabel; MILCAMPS ANNE; VAN BOCKSTAELE Erik; VAN DEN EEDE GUY; DE LOOSE MarcArticles in Journals
2008Stability of the T-DNA Flanking Regions in Transgenic Arabidopsis Thaliana Plants under Influence of Abiotic Stress and Cultivation PracticesPAPAZOVA Nina; GHEDIRA Rim; VAN GABLEKE Sabine; BARTEGI Ahleb; WINDELS Pieter; TAVERNIERS Isabel; ROLDAN-RUIZ Isabel; VAN BOCKSTAELE Erik; MILCAMPS ANNE; VAN DEN EEDE GUY, et alArticles in Journals
2009Validation of a Real-time PCR On-Site Quantification Method for MON810 MaizeLANGRELL Stephen; ALLNUTT Theodore; LAVAL Valarie; BERTHEAU Yves; PLA Maria; PAPAZOVA Nina; LEE DavidContributions to Conferences
2011Validation of a Real-time PCR On-Site Quantification Method for MON810 MaizeLANGRELL Stephen; ALLNUT Theodore; LAVAL Valerie; BERTHEAU Yves; PLA Maria; PAPAZOVA Nina; DAVID LeeArticles in Journals
2008Validation of the Performance of a GMO Multiplex Screening Assay based on Microarray DetectionLEIMANIS Serge; HAMELS Sandrine; NAZÉ Florence; SNEYERS Myriam; MBONGOLO MBELLA Guillaume; HOCHEGGER Rupert; BROLL Hermann; ROTH Lillian; DALLMANN Klara; MICSINAI Adrienn, et alArticles in Journals
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