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Harmonised reference genes and PCR assays for GMO quantification. / Taverniers, Isabel; Papazova, Nina; Allnutt, Theo; Baumler, Stefan; Bertheau, Yves; Esteve, Teresa; Freyer, Regina; Gruden, Kristina; Kuznetzov, Boris; La Paz, Luis; Nadal, Anna; Pla, Maria; Vojvoda, Jana ; Wulff, Doerte; Zhang, David.

Genetically Modified and Non-Genetically Modified Food Supply Chains: Co-Existence and Traceability. ed. / Yves Bertheau. Wiley-Blackwell, 2012. p. 273-292.

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Harvard

Taverniers, I, Papazova, N, Allnutt, T, Baumler, S, Bertheau, Y, Esteve, T, Freyer, R, Gruden, K, Kuznetzov, B, La Paz, L, Nadal, A, Pla, M, Vojvoda, J, Wulff, D & Zhang, D 2012, Harmonised reference genes and PCR assays for GMO quantification. in Y Bertheau (ed.), Genetically Modified and Non-Genetically Modified Food Supply Chains: Co-Existence and Traceability. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 273-292.

APA

Taverniers, I., Papazova, N., Allnutt, T., Baumler, S., Bertheau, Y., Esteve, T., ... Zhang, D. (2012). Harmonised reference genes and PCR assays for GMO quantification. In Y. Bertheau (Ed.), Genetically Modified and Non-Genetically Modified Food Supply Chains: Co-Existence and Traceability (pp. 273-292). Wiley-Blackwell.

Vancouver

Taverniers I, Papazova N, Allnutt T, Baumler S, Bertheau Y, Esteve T et al. Harmonised reference genes and PCR assays for GMO quantification. In Bertheau Y, editor, Genetically Modified and Non-Genetically Modified Food Supply Chains: Co-Existence and Traceability. Wiley-Blackwell. 2012. p. 273-292

Author

Taverniers, Isabel ; Papazova, Nina ; Allnutt, Theo ; Baumler, Stefan ; Bertheau, Yves ; Esteve, Teresa ; Freyer, Regina ; Gruden, Kristina ; Kuznetzov, Boris ; La Paz, Luis ; Nadal, Anna ; Pla, Maria ; Vojvoda, Jana ; Wulff, Doerte ; Zhang, David. / Harmonised reference genes and PCR assays for GMO quantification. Genetically Modified and Non-Genetically Modified Food Supply Chains: Co-Existence and Traceability. editor / Yves Bertheau. Wiley-Blackwell, 2012. pp. 273-292

Bibtex

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