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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2002The Certification of Reference Materials of Dry-mixed Soya Powder with Different Mass Fractions of Roundup ReadyTM Soya certified Reference Materials IRMM-410S (IRMM-410S-0 / IRMM-410S-1 / IRMM-410S-2 / IRMM-410S-3 / IRMM-410S-4 / IRMM-410S-5)TRAPMANN Stefanie; CATALANI P.; CONNEELY Patrick; CORBISIER Philippe; GANCBERG David; HANNES E.; LE GUERN L.; KRAMER Gerard nico; PROKISCH Joszef; ROBOUCH Piotr, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2000Development of Reference Materials and Methods for the Detection of GMOs.SCHIMMEL Heinz; KRAMER Gerard nico; LIPP Markus; TRAPMANN Stefanie; ZELENY R.Contributions to Conferences
2001Estimation of the Minimum Uncertainty of DNA Concentration in a Genetically Modified Maize Sample Candidate Certified Reference Material.PROKISCH Joszef; ZELENY R.; TRAPMANN Stefanie; LE GUERN L.; SCHIMMEL Heinz; KRAMER Gerard nico; PAUWELS JeanArticles in Journals
2004The Method-specific Certification of the Cholesterol and Triglyceride Contents of a Pure and an Adulterated Butter Fat Reference Material.ZELENY R.; BERNREUTHER Alexander; LINSINGER T.; SCHIMMEL Heinz; SEJEROE-OLSEN B.; KRAMER Gerard nico; PAUWELS JeanEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2002Sexing of Beef - a Survey of Possible Methods.ZELENY R.; BERNREUTHER Alexander; SCHIMMEL Heinz; PAUWELS JeanArticles in Journals
2002Sexing of Beef. A Survey of Possible Methods.ZELENY R.; SCHIMMEL HeinzArticles in Journals
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