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Hewavitharana, A. K., Christensen, E., Golding, G. and Scheelings, P. (2004). A Feasibility Study of Fingerprinting Alcoholic Spirits Using SPME-GC-MS. In: Science - a smart state to be in. Interact 2004, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, (). 4-8 July 2004. 78  
Cooper, K., Noller, B. N., Connell, D., Yu, J., Sadler, R., Olszowy, H., Golding, G. M., Tinggi, U., Moore, M. R., Myers, S. A. and Ricci, P. (2006). A probabilistic approach to public health risks from heavy metals and metalloids in Traditional Chinese Medicines. In: Challenges in Environmental Toxicology in Australasia. Challenges in Environmental Toxicology in Australasia, Monash University, (19-19). 13 - 14 July 2006. 90  
Tinggi, U., Cooper, K., Noller, B. N., Sadler, R., Connell, D., Golding, G. M., Ng, J. C., Seawright, A. A. and Yu, J. (2005). A study of the variation in levels of toxic elements in chinese herbal medicines and their bioaccessibility. In: 5th Annual Health and Medical Research Conference of Queensland. 5th Annual Health and Medical Research Conference of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, (263-263). 3-4 November 2005. 57  
Cooper, K., Noller, B., Connell, D., Yu, J., Sadler, R., Olszowy, H., Golding, G., Tinggi, U., Moore, M. R. and Myers, S. (2007) Public health risks from heavy metals and metalloids present in traditional Chinese medicines. Journal of Toxicology And Environmental Health-part A-current Issues, 70 19: 1694-1699. doi:10.1080/15287390701434885 89   25 Cited 30 times in Scopus30 1
Cooper, K., Noller, B. N., Connell, D., Sadler, R., Rutherford, S., Olszowy, H., Golding, G. M., Tinggi, U. and Moore, M. R. (2003). Public Health Risks of Traditional Chinese Medicines in Queensland. In: Primary Health Care Research: Evolution or Revolution?. General Practice & Primary Health Care Research Conference, Canberra, (142-143). 18-20 June 2003. 39  
Hewavitharana, A.K., Golding, G., Tempany, G., King, G. and Holling, N. (2005) Quantitative GG-MS analysis of Delta(9)-tetrahydrocannabinol in fiber hemp varieties. Journal of Analytical Toxicology, 29 4: 258-261. 85   4 Cited 4 times in Scopus4
Rutherford, S., Marshall, I., Healey, C., Golding, G. M., Tinggi, U., Sadler, R., Noller, B. N. and Cooper, K. (2004) Queensland Survey of Formulated Asian Medicine Products - Final Report Brisbane: University of Queensland/EnTox 56  
Cooper, K., Noller, B. N., Connell, D., Yu, J. X., Sadler, R., Olszowy, H., Golding, G. M., Tinggi, U., Myers, S. and Moore, M.R. (2004). The application of gastric intestinal fluid simulation (GIFS) to study the bioaccessibility of metals and metalloids in Chinese proprietary medicines. In: Science - a smart state to be in. Interact 2004, Conrad Jupiters, Gold Coast, (174-174). 4-8 July 2005. 126  
Komarova, T., Olszowy, H., Noller, B. N. and Golding, G. (2012). The Diffuse gradients in Thin Films Technique (DGT) for trace metals versus active. In: Book of Abstracts. 3rd International Conference on Environmental and Rural Development, Khon Kaen, Thailand, (72-72). 21-22 January 2012. 33