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Corine Houtman

Corine Houtman

Bioassays and effect-directed analysis to investigate bioactive compounds in water samples Corine J. Houtman1, K. Brewster1, R. ten Broek1, D. Kloes1, M. Rosielle1, P. Behnisch2, M.H. Lamoree3 1The Water Laboratory, P.O. Box 734, 2300 RS Haarlem, The Netherlands... read more
Sjaak Neefjes

Sjaak Neefjes

HOW TO MAKE AN ANTI-CANCER DRUG; the quest for non-toxic anthracyclines Many cancer patients are treated with doxo- or daunorubicine, two effective drugs from the anthracycline class. These drugs are very toxic and induce therapy-related second tumors and... read more
Prof. dr. Sijbren Otto

Prof. dr. Sijbren Otto

How the analysis of complex mixtures enables new approaches to the origin and synthesis of life  How the immense complexity of living organisms has arisen is one of the most intriguing questions in contemporary science. We have explored experimentally how organization... read more
dr. Katrien Smits

dr. Katrien Smits

Piezo drill assisted ICSI: advantages in mice and horses and potential application in human Assisted reproductive techniques have resulted in over six million babies born worldwide and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) is one of the most commonly used... read more
Pieter Vos

Pieter Vos

NIR product Controlling in Food Fraud  (FAN) Food Fraud is one of the items that becomes a topic more and more. To avoid incidence and structural isue’s about this, Certification bodies has developed criteria. Some of the criteria are related to transport and country... read more
Dr. Maarten van Dongen

Dr. Maarten van Dongen

Antimicrobial resistance: tackling the biggest threat of Health and Food Safety Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) develops when bacteria, fungi or viruses are exposed to antibiotics, antifungals or antivirals. As a result, the antimicrobials become ineffective and... read more
Prof. Dr. Giovanni Maglia

Prof. Dr. Giovanni Maglia

Nanopores as sensors for portable peptide mass-spectrometry and next-generation wearable devices Nanopores are emerging as a new category of sensors for the recognition and sequencing of biopolymers at the single-molecule level. One of the advantages of nanopore... read more
Jo Klaessens

Jo Klaessens

Measurement uncertainty in chemical analysis methods Measurement uncertainty of analytical test results is a topic that plays for more than a decade in the chemical laboratories. Nevertheless, it has remained a subject which many people are uncomfortable with. They... read more
Dr. Hugo Snippert

Dr. Hugo Snippert

State-of-the-art microscopie-technieken bij het in beeld brengen van levende cellen Dr. Hugo Snippert is Group Leader at the department of Molecular Cancer Research within the Center of Molecular Medicine at the University Medical Center Utrecht. Hugo received his PhD... read more
Prof. dr. Maarten Honing

Prof. dr. Maarten Honing

Time- and molecular structure resolved reaction monitoring in Flow: The potentials of Ion Mobility- and Mass Spectrometry Approaches In this presentation, recent results on the application of novel ionization technologies, and Ion Mobility Spectrometry combined with... read more