Robust Limits on Lorentz Violation from Gamma-Ray Bursts

@inproceedings{Ellis2005RobustLO,
  title={Robust Limits on Lorentz Violation from Gamma-Ray Bursts},
  author={John Ellis and Nick E. Mavromatos and Dimitri V. Nanopoulos and Alexander S. Sakharov and Edward K. G. Sarkisyan},
  year={2005}
}

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