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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2006Neuro-Fuzzy Modeling for Crop Production EstimationSTATHAKIS DIMITRIOS; SAVIN IGOR; NEGRE THIERRY
2009Neuronal in vitro models for the estimation of acute systemic toxicityFORSBY Anna; PRICE Anna; CAMINS Antoni; COECKE Sandra; FABRE Nicolas; GUSTAFSSON Helena; HONEGGER Paul; KINSNER-OVASKAINEN Agnieszka; PALLAS Merce; RIMBAU Victor, et al
2009NeuSDesc-Neutron Source Description Software ManualBIRGERSSON Evert; LOEVESTAM Goeran
2007Neutral Model Analysis of Landscape Patterns from Mathematical MorphologyRIITTERS Kurt; VOGT PETER; SOILLE PIERRE; KOZAK Jacek Wladyslaw; ESTREGUIL CHRISTINE
2001The Neutral Red Release Assay. A Review.ZUANG Valerie
2008Neutral Red Uptake Cytotoxicity Tests for Estimating Starting Doses for Acute Oral Toxicity TestsSTOKES Bill; CASATI Silvia; STRICKLAND Judy; PARIS Michael
2007Neutron Cross-Section Measurements on 103Rh and 133Cs for Improved Nuclear Criticality SafetyMIHAILESCU LIVIU; BORELLA ALESSANDRO; CAPOTE NOY Roberto; GUBER K. H.; IVANOV IVAYLO; KOPECKY STEFAN; LEAL L. C.; SCHILLEBEECKX PETER; SIEGLER PETER; SIRAKOV Ivan, et al
2006Neutron (n,xngamma) Cross-Section Measurements for 52Cr, 209Bi and 206,207,208Pb from Threshold up to 20MeVMIHAILESCU Liviu; PLOMPEN ARJAN
1995Neutron Activation Analysis of Pt, Pd and Rh in Biological Samples and Preparation of 191Pt, 101mRh for Toxicological Studies Related to Automobile Catalytic ConvertersPIETRA Romano; SABBIONI Enrico; POZZI Giovanni; STROOSNIJDER Marinus frederik; BONARDI Mauro; ULRICI Luisa; KUCERA Jan
2003Neutron Activation Cross Sections for Safety of Nuclear Power Plants.SEMKOVA V.; AVRIGEANU V.; PLOMPEN Arjan; REIMER P.; SMITH D.l.; SUDAR S.; KONING A.; FORREST R.
2010Neutron Activation Cross Sections for Zirconium IsotopesSEMKOVA Valentina; BAUGE E.; PLOMPEN Arjan; SMITH D. L.
2009Neutron Activation Cross Sections on Lead IsotopesSEMKOVA Valentina; REIMER P.; ALTZITZOGLOU Timotheos; PLOMPEN Arjan; QUETEL Christophe; SUDAR S.; VOGL J.; KONING Arjan J.; QAIM S. M.; SMITH D. L.
2000Neutron Activation Cross-Section Measurements from 16 to 20 MeV for Isotopes of F, Na, Mg, Al, Si, P, Cl, Ti, V, Mn, Fe, Nb, Sn and Ba.FESSLER Andreas; PLOMPEN Arjan; SMITH Donald; MEADOWS James; IKEDA Yujiro
2005Neutron Activation Cross-Section Measurements from Threshold to 20 MeV for the Validation of Nuclear Models and their ParametersPLOMPEN Arjan; CHADWICK M. B.; KONING A.j.
2005Neutron Activation of Patients Following Boron Neutron Capture Therapy of Brain Tumours at the HFR Petten (EORTC Trials 11961 and 11011)WITTIG Andrea; MOSS RAYMOND; STECHER-RASMUSSEN Finn; APPELMAN Klaas; RASSOW Juergen; ROCA Antoanetta; SAUERWEIN Wolfgang
2009Neutron and Gamma-ray Cross-correlation Measurements of Plutonium Oxide PowderCLARKE Shaun D.; FLASKA M.; POZZI Sara; PEERANI Paolo
2008A Neutron Beam Facility at SPIRAL-2LEDOUX X.; AÏCHE M.; BAN G.; BARREAU G.; BAUMANN P.; BEM P.; BLIDEANU V.; BLOMGREN J.; CZAJKOWSKI S.; DESSAGNE Philippe, et al
2002A Neutron Booster for Spallation Sources. Application to Accelerator Driven Systems and Isotope Production.GALY J.; MAGILL Joseph; VAN DAM H.; VALKO J.
2006Neutron Capture and Total Cross Sections of Iodine-127 and Iodine-129NOGUERE Gilles; BOULAND Olivier; BRUSEGAN Antonio; SCHILLEBEECKX PETER; SIEGLER PETER; LEPRETRE A.; HERAULT N.; N_TOF Collaboration
2005Neutron Capture and Transmission Measurements on 103Rh down to Thermal EnergiesBRUSEGAN Antonio; BERTHOUMIEUX Eric; BORELLA ALESSANDRO; GUNSING Frank; MOXON Michael; SIEGLER PETER; SCHILLEBEECKX PETER
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