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2006Comparison and Complementarity of the MethodsVON HOLST CHRISTOPH; BAETEN Vincent; VERMEULEN Ph.; VAN RAAMSDONK L.w.d.; MURRAY I.; ZEGERS J.; BOSCH J.; BERBEN Gilbert; BRAMBILLA G.; BOIX SANFELIU ANA, et alArticles in books
2006Construction of the Stratfeed Sample Bank and Preparation of Sample Tests (WP2)VON HOLST CHRISTOPH; GARRIDO-VARO A.; PEREZ-MARIN D.; GUERRERO J.e.; GOMEZ-CABRERA A.; MURRAY I.; VAN RAAMSDONK L.w.d.; ZEGERS J.Articles in books
2004Determination of Processed Animal Proteins Including Meat and Bone Meal in Animal Feed.GIZZI G.; BAETEN V.; BERBEN G.; VAN RAAMSDONK L.w.d.; VON HOLST ChristophArticles in Journals
2007New Developments in the Detection and Identification of Processed Animal Proteins in FeedsVAN RAAMSDONK L.w.d.; VON HOLST CHRISTOPH; BAETEN Vincent; BERBEN Gilbert; BOIX SANFELIU ANA; DE JONG JacobArticles in Journals
2003An Overview of Tests for Animal Tissues in Animal Feeds Applied in Response to Public Health Concerns Regarding Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy.GIZZI G.; VAN RAAMSDONK L.w.d.; BAETEN V.; MURRAY I.; BERBEN G.; BRAMBILLA Gianfranco; VON HOLST ChristophArticles in Journals
2006The Validation of the Microscopic Method Selected in the Stratfeed Project for Detecting Processed Animal Proteins (WP7)VON HOLST CHRISTOPH; VAN RAAMSDONK L.w.d.; BAETEN Vincent; STRATHMANN Stefan; BOIX SANFELIU ANAArticles in books
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