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2013The GMOseek matrix: a decision support tool for optimizing the detection of genetically modified plantsBLOCK Annette; DEBODE Frédéric; GROHMANN Lutz; HULIN Julie; TAVERNIERS Isabel; KLUGA L.; BROEDERS Sylvia; BARBAU-PIEDNOIR Elodie; HUBER Ingrid; VAN DEN BULCKE MARC, et alArticles in Journals
2013Method Validation and Reference MaterialsBELLOCCHI Gianni; BERTHEAU Yves; DE GIACOMO Marzia; HOLST-JENSEN Arne; MACARTHUR Roy; MAZZARA Marco; ONORI Roberta; TAVERNIERS Isabel; VAN DEN BULCKE Marc; TRAPMANN StefanieArticles in books
2010Molecular toolbox for the identification of unknown genetically modified organismsRUTTINK Tom; DEMEYER Rolinde; VAN GULCK Elke; VAN DROOGENBROECK Bart; QUERCI Maddalena; TAVERNIERS Isabel; DE LOOSE MarcArticles in Journals
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
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