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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2009Linux for bioinformatics: an updateRANA Antonia; FOSCARINI Fabrizio
2007Linux for Bioinformatics: Dedicated Distributions for Processing of Biological Data - Part 2: Package Repositories and Complete SystemsRANA ANTONIA; FOSCARINI FABRIZIO
2007Linux for Bioinformatics:Dedicated Distribution for Processing of Biological Data - Part 1: Live DistributionsRANA ANTONIA
2013The lion with wings: innovation system dynamics in the aerospace industry of SingaporeVERTESY DANIEL
2012Lipophilic Silver Nanoparticles and Their Polymeric Entrapment into Targeted-PEG-Based Micelles for the Treatment of GlioblastomaLOCATELLI Erica; BROGGI Francesca; PONTI Jessica; MARMORATO Patrick; FRANCHINI Fabio; LENA Stefano; COMES FRANCHINI Mauro
2009Liquefied Natural Gas for Europe - Some Important Issues for ConsiderationKAVALOV Boyan; PETRIC Hrvoje; GEORGAKAKI Aliki
1988Liquid Breeder MaterialsREITER Friedrich; TAS H.; MALANG S.; SANNIER J.
2006Liquid Chromatographic Determination of Deoxynivalenol in Baby Food and Animal Feed: Interlaboratory Study.STROKA JOERG; DERBYSHIRE Michelle; MISCHKE CARSTEN; AMBROSIO MASSIMO; KROEGER KATY; ARRANZ HERNANDEZ ISABEL
2005Liquid Chromatographic Method for Quantification of Patulin at 10 ng/mL in Apple-based Products Intended for Infants. Interlaboratory StudyARRANZ HERNANDEZ ISABEL; DERBYSHIRE Michelle; KROEGER KATY; MISCHKE CARSTEN; STROKA JOERG; ANKLAM ELKE
2007Liquid Chromatographic Method for the Quantification of Zearalenone in Baby Food and Animal Feed: Interlaboratory StudyARRANZ HERNANDEZ ISABEL; MISCHKE CARSTEN; STROKA JOERG; SIZOO E.; VAN EGMOND Hans; NEUGEBAUER Michael
2009Liquid chromatography coupled with ultraviolet absorbance detection, electrospray ionization, collision- induced dissociation and tandem mass spectrometry on a triple quadrupole for the on-line characterization of polyphenols and methylxanthines in green coffee beansALONSO-SALCES Rosa; GUILLOU Claude; BERRUETA Luis A.
1996Liquid Flow through Safety Valves: Diameter Ratio Effects on Discharge Coefficients, Sizing and StabilityMORRIS Stanley david
2009The Liquid Handling Systems for the Borexino Solar Neutrino DetectorALIMONTI G.; ARPESELLA C.; AVANZINI M.b.; BACK H.; BALATA M.; BARTOLOMEI D.; DE BELLEFON A.; BELLINI G.; BENZIGER J.; BEVILACQUA A., et al
1996Liquid Metal Embrittlement Susceptibility of Welded MANET II (DIN 1.4914) in Liquid Pb-17LiSAMPLE Tony; FENICI Paolo; KOLBE Horst dieter
2014The liquidity of corporate and government bonds: drivers and sensitivity to different market conditionsGALLIANI CLARA; RESTI Andrea; PETRELLA Giovanni
2008The Lisbon Strategy and Development of Metrics to Measure Innovation in EuropeCELIKEL ESSER FUNDA; VILLALBA GARCIA ERNESTO; TARANTOLA STEFANO
2008LISFLOOD - Distributed Water Balance and Flood Simulation Model - Revised User ManualVAN DER KNIJFF JOHANNES; DE ROO ARIE
2013LISFLOOD - Distributed Water Balance and Flood Simulation Model - Revised User Manual 2013BUREK PETER ANDREAS; VAN DER KNIJFF Johan; DE ROO Arie
2006LISFLOOD Modelling in the Danube BasinWACHTER Karl; KALAS MILAN; SZABO Janos; BODIS KATALIN; DE ROO ARIE
2010LISFLOOD: a GIS-based distributed model for river basin scale water balance and flood simulationVAN DER KNIJFF JOHANNES; YOUNIS JALAL; DE ROO ARIE
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