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State: 19. October 2017 | English | pdf documentExploring biomarkers for the risk assessment of food constituents... 00 60 00 10 00 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 150 200 250 300 u. Ng.u. Ng. N7 -G A- G ua a dd uc ts / 10 8 n uc le ot
DFG Infobrief 1/2013 - International Mobility in Research Training Groups and Collaborative Research CentresState: 23. February 2014 | English | pdf documentDFG Infobrief 1/2013 - International Mobility in Research Training Groups and Collaborative Research Centres... most common countries of origin by scientific discipline 4 DFG infobrief 1.13 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 Poland Switzerland
DFG - Senate Commission on Food Safety: Microcystins in algae products used as food supplements, 2007State: 30. July 2007 | English | pdf documentDFG - Senate Commission on Food Safety: Microcystins in algae products used as food supplements, 2007... in a no observed adverse effect leffel (NOAEL) of 40 µg/kg body weight / day. A dose of 200 µg/kg bw/day led to histopathological
DFG Senate Commission on Food Safety: The potential involvement of glutamate ingestion in chronic neurodegenerative diseases, 2005State: 27. September 2005 | English | pdf documentDFG Senate Commission on Food Safety: The potential involvement of glutamate ingestion in chronic neurodegenerative diseases, 2005... 2 Human breast milk 229 22 Eggs 1583 23 Beef 2846 33 Salmon 2216 20 Peas 5583 200 Carrots 218 33 Spinach 289 39 Potatoes
Supporting the internationalisation of research at universities of applied sciences (UDIF-HAW) - Information BookletState: 12. July 2022 | English | pdf documentSupporting the internationalisation of research at universities of applied sciences (UDIF-HAW) - Information Booklet... are increasingly enriching the German research landscape with a central focus on practical relevance. There are more than 200 UAS
Home > Profile > Statutory Bodies > Senate > SC for the Investigation of Health Hazards of Chemical Compounds in the Work AreaState: 25. July 2022 | English | pdf documentProf. Dr. Andrea Hartwig - curriculum vitae...), since 2004 Seite 3 Publications More than 200 publications, more than 160 in high-ranking, peer-reviewed toxicological
DFG - Senate Commission on Food Safety: Toxicological Assessment of Furocoumarins in Foodstuffs, 2006State: 12. December 2006 | English | pdf documentDFG - Senate Commission on Food Safety: Toxicological Assessment of Furocoumarins in Foodstuffs, 2006... of microbially infected celeriac or parsnip roots, in particular, may lead to a maximum acute exposure. Consumption of 200 g
State: 1. September 2022 | English | pdf document51.10en - Guidelines Publication Grants... documents to be read, copied and printed. For supporting documents exceeding 200 pages in length, we ask that you send a hard
54.02_-2017-_en - Proposal Preparation Instructions - Heisenberg Programme - Valid for proposals submitted up to 31 December 2017State: 19. December 2017 | English | pdf document54.02_-2017-_en - Proposal Preparation Instructions - Heisenberg Programme - Valid for proposals submitted up to 31 December 2017... to be read, copied and printed, and note the maximum size of 10 MB per document. If your appendices exceed 200 pages in length
State: 5. December 2013 | English | pdf documentToxicological evaluation of red mould rice: an update... of 100-200 mg/kg b.w. per day were lethal to rabbits. In contrast, such doses were tolerated by dogs, rats and mice