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      A compendium of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) released by human cell lines 

      Filipiak, W.; Mochalski, Paweł; Filipiak, A.; Ager, C.; Cumeras, R.; Davis, C. E.; Agapiou, Agapios; Unterkofler, K.; Troppmair, J. (2016)
      Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) offer unique insights into ongoing biochemical processes in healthy and diseased humans. Yet, their diagnostic use is hampered by the limited understanding of their biochemical or cellular ...
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      Quality evaluation of ultrasound imaging in the carotid artery based on normalization and speckle reduction filtering 

      Loizou, Christos P.; Pattichis, Constantinos S.; Pantzaris, Marios C.; Tyllis, Theodosis K.; Nicolaïdes, Andrew N. (2006)
      Image quality is important when evaluating ultrasound images of the carotid for the assessment of the degree of atherosclerotic disease, or when transferring images through a telemedicine channel, and/or in other image ...
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      Quality standards for used durables: An indirect subsidy? 

      Clerides, Sofronis; Hadjiyiannis, Costas (2008)
      We construct a theoretical framework to study the impact of quality standards for used durable goods on trade flligatureows, profiligaturets and consumer welfare. We show that asymmetric quality standards generate trade ...
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      A study of volatile organic compounds evolved from the decaying human body 

      Statheropoulos, Miltiades K.; Spiliopoulou, C.; Agapiou, Agapios (2005)
      Two men were found dead near the island of Samos, Greece, in the Mediterranean sea. The estimated time of death for both victims was 3-4 weeks. Autopsy revealed no remarkable external injuries or acute poisoning. The exact ...