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Localization, Characterization and Local Biokinetics of Tattoo Pigment Particles in Human Skin and Lymph Nodes by Means of Synchrotron-based Micro- and NanoXRF

  • Christian Seim (a1), Ines Schreiver (a2), Bernhard Hesse (a3), Hiram Castillo-Michel (a3), Julie Villanova (a3), Peter Laux (a2), Nadine Dreiack (a2), Randolf Penning (a4), Remi Tucoulou (a3), Marine Cotte (a3) and Andreas Luch (a2)...
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[1] Laux, P., Tralau, T., Tentschert, J., Blume, A., Al Dahouk, S., Baumler, W. de Cuyper, C. The Lancet 387, 10016 ( 2016 395402.
[2] Schreiver, I., Hesse, B., Seim, C., Castillo-Michel, H., Villanova, J., Laux, P. Luch, A. Scientific reports 7.1 2017 11395.
[3] Salome, M., Cotte, M., Baker, R., Barrett, R., Benseny-Cases, N., Berruyer, G. Gagliardini, E. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. IOP Publishing 2013 182004.
[4] Martinez-Criado, G., Villanova, J., Tucoulou, R., Salomon, D., Suuronen, J. P., Laboure, S. Dabin, Y. Journal of synchrotron radiation 23, Jg., Nr. 1 2016 344352.
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Microscopy and Microanalysis
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