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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013The certification of different mass fractions of DAS-44406-6 in soya seed powder: ERM®-BF436a, ERM®-BF436b, ERM®-BF436c, ERM®-BF436d and ERM®-BF436eZOBELL OLIVER; KORTEKAAS Anna Maria; SCARAVELLI Elena; CONTRERAS LOPEZ Maria Concepcion; LEYS HANNE; CONNEELY Patrick; CORBISIER Philippe; TRAPMANN StefanieEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Detection of Peanut Allergens by Means of New PCR based Methods and ELISASCARAVELLI ElenaPhD Theses
2010Development of Real-Time PCR Assays for the Detection of Lupin Residues in Food ProductsGOMEZ GALAN Antonio Manuel; BROHEE Marcel; SCARAVELLI Elena; VAN HENGEL Adrianus; CHASSAIGNE HubertArticles in Journals
2008Development of Three Real-Time PCR Assays to Detect Peanut Allergen Residues in Processed Food ProductsSCARAVELLI ELENA; BROHEE MARCEL; MARCHELLI Rosangela; VAN HENGEL ADRIANUSArticles in Journals
2013The preparation and characterization of three solutions of plasmid DNA containing a ruminant-specific fragment with defined copy number concentrations - Reference Materials: IRMM-AD482a,IRMM-AD482b, IRMM-AD482cCORBISIER Philippe; MAZOUA Stephane; SCARAVELLI Elena; MATRAI JANKA; KORTEKAAS Anna Maria; CHUNG PUI YAN JENNY; TRAPMANN Stefanie; EMONS HendrikEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009The Sffect of Heat Treatment on the Detection of Peanut Allergens as Determined by ELISA and Real-time PCRSCARAVELLI Elena; BROHEE Marcel; MARCHELLI Rosangela; VAN HENGEL AdrianusArticles in Journals
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