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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2001Melting Point of MgO.RONCHI Claudio; SHEINDLIN M.
1996Mercury Deposition and Redistribution Patterns (Southern Lake Maggiore, Italy)CENCI Roberto; BAUDO Renato; BIANCHI Michele; MUNTAU Herbert wilhelm
1991Mercury Deposition History of the Pallanza Bay, Lake Maggiore, ItalyCENCI Roberto; BAUDO Renato
2009Merged Series of Normalized Water Leaving Radiances Obtained from Multiple Satellite Missions for the Mediterranean SeaMELIN FREDERIC; ZIBORDI GIUSEPPE; DJAVIDNIA Samuel
1999The MERIS Global Vegetation Index (MGVI). Description and Preliminary Application.GOBRON Nadine; PINTY Bernard; VERSTRAETE Michel max albert joseph; GOVAERTS Yves marie jean paul
1999MERIS Potential for Land Applications.VERSTRAETE Michel max albert joseph; PINTY Bernard; CURRAN Paul jr.
2011A mesenchymal stromal cell line resistant to paclitaxel that spontaneously differentiates into osteoblast-like cellsPESSINA Augusto; SISTO Francesca; COCCÈ Valentina; CAVICCHINI Loredana; CIUSANI Emilio; GRIBALDO Laura; BONOMI Arianna
2013MESOSCALE BEHAVIOR OF 7Be AND 210Pb IN SUPERFICIAL AIR ALONG THE GULF OF CADIZ (SOUTH OF IBERIAN PENINSULA)LOZANO Rafael Luis; HERNANDEZ CEBALLOS MIGUEL ANGEL; RODRIGO Juan Francisco; GUTIERREZ SAN MIGUEL Enrique; CASAS-RUIZ Melquiades; GARCIA-TENORIO Rafael; BOLIVAR Juan Pedro
1998Mesoscale Circulation across the Alps. Preliminary Simulation of TRANSALP 1990 ObservationsMARTILLI A.; GRAZIANI Giovanni
1998Mesoscale Transport of Atmospheric Trace Constituents across the Central Alps. The TRANSALP Tracer Experiments.AMBROSETTI P.; ANFOSSI Domenico; GRAZIANI Giovanni; LAMPRECHT R.; MARZORATI A.; NODOP Katrin; SANDRONI Santino; STINGELE Alwig godebald; ZIMMERMANN H.
2002Mesoscale Variability in the Alboran Sea: SAR Imaging of Frontal Eddies.FONT Jordi; ROUSSEAU Stephan; SHIRASAGO Bernardo; GARCIA-GORRIZ Elisa; HANEY Robert l.
1994Metabolic and Toxicological Studies on CobaltSABBIONI Enrico; EDEL Johanna; POZZI Giovanni; DEVOS Sophie
2002Metabolism and Neurotoxicity: the Significance of Genetically Engineered Cell Lines and New Three-Dimensional Cell Cultures.COECKE Sandra; ESKES Chantra; GARTLON Joanne; VAN VLIET Erwin; KINSNER Agnieska; BOGNI Alessia; RAIMONDO Laura; PARISIS Nikolaos; LANGEZAAL Ingrid
2000Metabolism of Doxorubicin in Long-term Bone Marrow Cultures and SR-4987 Stromal Established Cell Line.GRIBALDO Laura; CATALANI Paolo; MARAFANTE Erminio
2006Metabolism: a Bottleneck in in Vitro Toxicological Test Development. The Report and Recommendations of ECVAM Workshop 54COECKE SANDRA; AHR Hans; BLAAUBOER Bas J.; BREMER SUSANNE; CASATI SILVIA; CASTELL José; COMBES Robert; CORVI RAFFAELLA; CRESPI Charles L.; CUNNINGHAM Michael L., et al
2007Metabolomics Applied to Exhaled Breath Condensate in Childhood AsthmaCARRARO Silvia; REZZI Serge; RENIERO FABIANO; HEBERGER Karoly; GIORDANO Giuseppe; ZANCONATO Stefania; GUILLOU CLAUDE; BARALDI Eugenio
2012Metabolomics applied to urine samples in childhood asthma; differentiation between asthma phenotypes and identification of relevant metabolitesGUILLOU Claude; MATTARUCCHI ELIA; BARALDI Eugenio
2013Metabolomics in Toxicology and Preclinical ResearchRAMIREZ Tzutzuy; DANESHIAN Mardas; KAMP Hennicke; BOIS Frederic; CLENCH Malcolm R.; COEN Muireann; DONLEY Beth; FISCHER Steven M.; EKMAN Drew R.; FABIAN Eric, et al
2009Metabolomics: A New Frontier for Research in PediatricsCARRARO Silvia; GIORDANO Giuseppe; RENIERO Fabiano; PERILONGO Giorgio; BARALDI Eugenio
2009Metabolomics: moving towards personalized medicineBARALDI Eugenio; CARRARO Silvia; GIORDANO Giuseppe; RENIERO Fabiano; PERILONGO Giorgio; ZACCHELLO Franco
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