Browsing by Author Beavis, A

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2-Nov-2018Thinking beyond the lab: organic gunshot residues in an investigative perspectiveMaitre, M; Kirkbride, KP; Horder, M; Roux, C; Beavis, A
1-Nov-2018A forensic investigation on the persistence of organic gunshot residuesWeyermann, C; Roux, C; Beavis, A
14-Jun-2017Chiral determination and assay of optical isomers in clandestine drug laboratory samples using LC-MSMSPopovic, A; McBriar, T; He, P; Beavis, A
1-Jan-2017Stability of smokeless powder compounds on collection devicesTaudte, RV; Roux, C; Beavis, A
1-Apr-2016The development and comparison of collection techniques for inorganic and organic gunshot residuesHorder, M; Kirkbride, KP; Beavis, A
1-Jan-2014Detection of gunshot residues using mass spectrometryTaudte, RV; Beavis, A; Blanes, L; Cole, N; Doble, P; Roux, C
7-Nov-2013A portable explosive detector based on fluorescence quenching of pyrene deposited on coloured wax-printed ╬╝pADsTaudte, RV; Beavis, A; Wilson-Wilde, L; Roux, C; Doble, P; Blanes, L
21-Apr-2013Protocol for production of matrix-matched brain tissue standards for imaging by laser ablation-inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometryHare, DJ; Lear, J; Bishop, D; Beavis, A; Doble, PA
10-Mar-2013The use of forensic case data in intelligence-led policing: The example of drug profilingMorelato, M; Beavis, A; Tahtouh, M; Ribaux, O; Kirkbride, P; Roux, C
10-Mar-2013Forensic applications of desorption electrospray ionisation mass spectrometry (DESI-MS)Morelato, M; Beavis, A; Kirkbride, P; Roux, C
2010Evaluation of sentinel lymph node identity in melanoma patients using analysis of antimony by inductively coupled plasma - mass spectrometryBeavis, A
3-Nov-2009Optimization of the Separation of Amino Acids by Capillary Electrophoresis Using Artificial Neural NetworksVan Gramberg, A; Beavis, A; Blanes, L; Doble, P
1-Oct-2008Correct identification of a sentinel node postselective lymphadenectomy using antimony levelsMoncrieff, M; Scolyer, R; Thompson, J; Beavis, A; Uren, R; Stretch, J
2004Failure to remove true sentinel nodes can cause failure of the sentinel node biopsy technique: evidence from antimony concentrations in false-negative sentinel nodes from melanoma patientsScolyer, R; Thompson, J; Li, L; Beavis, A; Dawson, M; Doble, P; Ka, V; Mckinnon, J; Soper, R; Uren, R; Shaw, H; Stretch, J; McCarthy, S
1-Mar-2003Antimony by ICP-MS as a marker for sentinel lymph nodes in melanoma patientsBeavis, A; Li, LXL; Soper, R; Scolyer, RA; Uren, RF; Thompson, JF