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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2007In Focus - Combined Environmental Exposure: Noise, Air Pollutants, ChemicalsKEPHALOPOULOS STYLIANOS
2014In house validation of a reference method for the determination of boar taint compounds by LC-MSMSBUTTINGER Gerhard; KARASEK LUBOMIR; VERLINDE PHILIPPE; WENZL Thomas
2005In Search of the Metrological Basis of Spectroscopic Measurements. A Thinkshop in Bled, Slovenia, 9 April 2001.MAJCEN Nineta; HELD Andrea; DE BIEVRE P.
2010In silico modelling of microbial and human metabolism: a case study with the fungicide carbendazimMOSTRAG-SZLICHTYNG A.; WORTH Andrew
2007In Silico Prediction of Physicochemical PropertiesWORTH ANDREW; DEARDEN John
2005In Situ Airborne Measurements of Aerosol Optical Properties During Photochemical Pollution EventsMALLET Marc; VAN DINGENEN RITA; ROGER Jean-Claude; DESPIAU Serge; CACHIER Helene
2012In situ determination of the remote sensing reflectance: an inter-comparisonZIBORDI Giuseppe; RUDDICK Kevin; ANSKO Ilmar; GERALD Moore; KRATZER S; ICELY John; REINART Anu
1996In Situ Gamma Spectroscopy of Spent Nuclear Fuel Using a CdTe Detector.ABBAS Kamel; NICOLAOU George
2008In Situ Measurements and Model Calculations of Primary Production in Turbid WatersARST Helgi; NOGES Tiina; NOGES PEETER; PAAVEL Birgot
2011In Situ Strain Measurement in the Chip Formation Zone during Orthogonal CuttingUHLMANN E.; GERSTENBERGER R.; HERTER S.; HOGHÉ T.; REIMERS W.; CAMIN B.; MARTINS Rene; SCHREYER A.; FISCHER T.
2011IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER? OPPORTUNITIES AND CONSTRAINTS OF SCIENTIFIC POLICY ANALYSIS FOR AGRICULTURE1BURRELL Alison; GAY Stephan; M'BAREK Robert
2006In Vitro Airlifted Interface Exposure of Human Derived Lung Cells to Indoor Priority Pullutants.SACCO MARIA-GRAZIA; PARISELLI FABRIZIO; REMBGES DIANA
2009In vitro and in vivo comparison of 226Th and 213Bi-labelled radioconjugates for target alpha therapyBRUCHERTSEIFER Frank; MORGENSTERN Alfred; FRIESEN CLAUDIA; ROSCHER MAREIKE; MILTNER E.; PFOST B.; SENEKOWITSCH-SCHMIDTKE R.; ABBAS Kamel; APOSTOLIDIS Christos
2001In Vitro Assessment of Cytotoxicity and Carcinogenic Potential of Chemicals: Evaluation of the Cytotoxicity Induced by 58 Metal Compounds in the Balb/3T3 Cell Line.MAZZOTTI Francesca; SABBIONI Enrico; GHIANI Michela; COCCO Barbara; CECCATELLI R.; FORTANER Salvador
2008In vitro Assessment of Developmental Toxicity and Cardiac Pharmacology using Embryonic Stem CellsSTUMMANN Tina
2001In Vitro Bone Marrow Granulocyte-Macrophage Progenitor Cultures in the Assessment of Haemototoxic Potential of the New Drugs.DAL NEGRO G.; BONATO M.; GRIBALDO Laura
2004In Vitro Detection of Neuronal Stress Induced by Mercury Compounds in Cerebellar Granuler Cells from hsp70/hGH Transgenic Mice.BAYO Maria; SERRA BELTRAN Miguel angel; CLERICI Libero antonio
2010In vitro Developmental Neurotoxicity (DNT) testing: relevant models and endpointsPRICE Anna; HOGBERG Helena; BUZANSKA Leonora; LENAS Petros; VAN VLIET Erwin; HARTUNG Thomas
2004The in vitro Differentiation of Murine Embryonic Stem Cells as Tool for Developmental Toxicology (thesis)PAPARELLA Martin
2003In Vitro Evaluation of 231Bi-Rituximab versus External Gamma Irradiation for the Treatment of B-CLL Patients: Relative Biological Efficacy with Respect to Apoptosis Induction and Chromosomal Damage.VANDENBULCKE K.; DE VOS F.; OFFNER Fritz; PHILIPPE Jan; APOSTOLIDIS Christos; MOLINET Roger; NIKULA T.k.; BACHER K.; DE GELDER V.; VRAL A., et al
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