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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-Jan-2014Detection of gunshot residues using mass spectrometryTaudte, RV; Beavis, A; Blanes, L; Cole, N; Doble, P; Roux, C
1-Apr-2017The development of a stabbing machine for forensic textile damage analysisBenson, N; Dos Santos, RO; Griffiths, K; Cole, N; Doble, P; Roux, C; Blanes, L
1-Aug-2010Analysis of amphetamine-type substances by capillary zone electrophoresis using capacitively coupled contactless conductivity detectionEpple, R; Blanes, L; Beavis, A; Roux, C; Doble, P
20-May-2014Coupling paper-based microfluidics and lab on a chip technologies for confirmatory analysis of trinitro aromatic explosivesPesenti, A; Taudte, RV; McCord, B; Doble, P; Roux, C; Blanes, L
1-Jan-2014Using paper-based microfluidics and lab on a chip techonologies for the rapid analysis of trinitro aromatic explosivesBlanes, L; Taudte, RV; Roux, C; Doble, P
1-Jan-2015Development of a UHPLC method for the detection of organic gunshot residues using artificial neural networksTaudte, RV; Roux, C; Bishop, D; Blanes, L; Doble, P; Beavis, A
7-Nov-2013A portable explosive detector based on fluorescence quenching of pyrene deposited on coloured wax-printed μpADsTaudte, RV; Beavis, A; Wilson-Wilde, L; Roux, C; Doble, P; Blanes, L
1-Jan-2014The application of portable microchip electrophoresis for the screening and comparative analysis of synthetic cathinone seizuresLloyd, A; Russell, M; Blanes, L; Somerville, R; Doble, P; Roux, C
10-May-2013Lab-on-a-chip screening of methamphetamine and pseudoephedrine in samples from clandestine laboratoriesLloyd, A; Russell, M; Blanes, L; Doble, P; Roux, C
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