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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2001Catalytic Concentration of alpha-Amylase Determined by IFCC Reference Method at 37 °C, IRMM/IFCC-456.LINSINGER T.; SCHIMMEL Heinz; PAUWELS Jean; SCHUMANN Gerhard; SIEKMANN LotharEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2000Catalytic Concentration of gamma-Glutamyltransferase (GGT) Determined by IFCC Method at 37°C IRMM/IFCC-452.LINSINGER T.; KRISTIANSEN Nina; SCHIMMEL Heinz; PAUWELS Jean; SIEKMANN Lothar; CERIOTTI F.; FERARD G.; FRANCK F.h.; GELLA J.; HOELZEL W., et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Certification of the Catalytic Concentration of Aspartate Transaminase in the Reference Material ERM-AD457/IFCCTOUSSAINT Brigitte; SCHUMANN Gerhard; KLAUKE R.; MEEUS Nele; ZELENY Reinhard; TRAPMANN Stefanie; EMONS Hendrik; SCHIMMEL HeinzEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Characterization and Qualification of Commutable Reference Materials for Laboratory Medicine - Approved GuidelineVESPER Hubert; EMONS Hendrik; GNEZDA Matthew; JAIN Chandra P.; MILLER W. Gregory; REJ Robert; SCHUMANN Gerhard; TATE Jill; THIENPONT Linda; VAKS Jeffrey E.Articles in Journals
2000Estimation of the Uncertainty of CRMs in Accordance with GUM. Application to the Certification of Four Enzyme CRMs.LINSINGER T.; PAUWELS Jean; SCHIMMEL Heinz; LAMBERTY Andre; VAN DER VEEN A.; SCHUMANN Gerhard; SIEKMANN LotharArticles in Journals
2010Traceability of Values for Catalytic Activity Concentration of Enzymes: a Certified Reference Material for Aspartate TransaminaseTOUSSAINT Brigitte; EMONS Hendrik; SCHIMMEL Heinz; BOSSERT-REUTHER Steffen; CANALIAS Francesca; CERIOTTI Ferruccio; FÉRARD Georges; FERRERO Carlo A.; FRANCK Paul F. H.; GELLA F-Javier, et alArticles in Journals
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