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17-Jul-2018Association between low-grade inflammation and Breast cancer and B-cell Myeloma and Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma: findings from two prospective cohortsBerger, E; Delpierre, C; Hosnijeh, FS; Kelly-Irving, M; Portengen, L, et al
15-Sep-2018Small organ segmentation in whole-body MRI using a two-stage FCN and weighting schemesValindria, V; Lavdas, I; Cerrolaza, J; Aboagye, EO; Rockall, A, et al
10-Sep-2018Human Early Life Exposome (HELIX) study: a European population-based exposome cohortMaitre, L; De Bont, J; Casas, M; Robinson, O; Aasvang, GM, et al
1-Dec-2018In-utero and childhood chemical exposome in six European mother-child cohortsHaug, LS; Sakhi, AK; Cequier, E; Casas, M; Maitre, L, et al
1-Apr-20183'-Deoxy-3'-[(18)F]Fluorothymidine uptake is related to thymidine phosphorylase expression in various experimental tumor modelsSchelhaas, S; Heinzmann, K; Honess, DJ; Smith, D-M; Keen, H, et al
20-Nov-2018Urine metabolic signatures of multiple environmental pollutants in pregnant women - an exposome approachMaitre, L; Robinson, O; Martinez, D; Toledano, MB; Ibarluzea, J, et al
8-Nov-2018Determinants of the urinary and serum metabolome in children from six European populationsLau, CH; Siskos, AP; Maitre, L; Robinson, O; Athersuch, TJ, et al
4-Jul-2018Domain adaptation for MRI organ segmentation using reverse classification accuracyValindria, VV; Lavdas, I; Bai, W; Kamnitsas, K; Aboagye, EO, et al
1-Oct-2018Depicting changes in tumor biology in response to cetuximab mono- or combination therapy by apoptosis and proliferation imaging using 18F-ICMT-11 and 3’-Deoxy-3’-[18F]Fluorothymidine (18F-FLT) PETHeinzmann, K; Nguyen, Q-D; Honess, D; Smith, D-M; Stribbling, S, et al
1-Jun-2018Repeatability of quantitative18F-FLT uptake measurements in solid tumors: an individual patient data multi-center meta-analysisKramer, GM; Liu, Y; De Langen, AJ; Jansma, EP; Trigonis, I, et al