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See detailCapitalisme, Accumulation et Lutte de Classes (Argumentaire séminaire du GRM 2012-2013)
Cavazzini, Andrea ULg; Carlino, Fabrizio; Rampazzo Bazzan, Marco et al

Diverse speeche and writing (2012)

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See detailCapitalizing in fine milk composition for breeding and management of dairy cows
Gengler, Nicolas ULg; Soyeurt, Hélène ULg; Dehareng, Fréderic et al

in Journal of Dairy Science (2016), 99

The challenge of managing and breeding dairy cows is permanently adapting to changing production circumstances under socio-economic constraints. If managing and breeding address different timeframes of ... [more ▼]

The challenge of managing and breeding dairy cows is permanently adapting to changing production circumstances under socio-economic constraints. If managing and breeding address different timeframes of action, both need relevant phenotypes that allow for precise monitoring of the status of the cows, and their health, behavior, and well-being as well as their environmental impact and the quality of their products (i.e., milk and subsequently dairy products). Milk composition has been identified as an important source of information because it could reflect, at least partially, all these elements. Major conventional milk components such as fat, protein, urea, and lactose contents are routinely predicted by mid-infrared (MIR) spectrometry and have been widely used for these purposes. But, milk composition is much more complex and other nonconventional milk components, potentially predicted by MIR, might be informative. Such new milk-based phenotypes should be considered given that they are cheap, rapidly obtained, usable on a large scale, robust, and reliable. In a first approach, new phenotypes can be predicted from MIR spectra using techniques based on classical prediction equations. This method was used successfully for many novel traits (e.g., fatty acids, lactoferrin, minerals, milk technological properties, citrate) that can be then useful for management and breeding purposes. An innovation was to consider the longitudinal nature of the relationship between the trait of interest and the MIR spectra (e.g., to predict methane from MIR). By avoiding intermediate steps, prediction errors can be minimized when traits of interest (e.g., methane, energy balance, ketosis) are predicted directly from MIR spectra. In a second approach, research is ongoing to detect and exploit patterns in an innovative manner, by comparing observed with expected MIR spectra directly (e.g., pregnancy). All of these traits can then be used to define best practices, adjust feeding and health management, improve animal welfare, improve milk quality, and mitigate environmental impact. Under the condition that MIR data are available on a large scale, phenotypes for these traits will allow genetic and genomic evaluations. Introduction of novel traits into the breeding objectives will need additional research to clarify socio-economic weights and genetic correlations with other traits of interest. [less ▲]

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See detailCapitalizing on mid-infrared to improve nutritional and environmental quality of milk
Soyeurt, Hélène ULg; Dehareng, Frédéric; Gengler, Nicolas ULg et al

Conference (2012, November 07)

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See detailcapitulo 10 : Fundamentos de Física en la Ingeniería Civil: Aprendizaje Basado en Problemas (PBL)
Bueno, M.; Paje, S.E.; Luong, Jeanne ULg

in Najera, A.; Arribas, E. (Eds.) mas experiencias de innovación docente en la enseñanza de la física universitaria (2011)

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See detailcapitulo 7: Elaboracion de un mapa de ruido
Paje, S.E.; Bueno, M.; Luong, Jeanne ULg et al

in Najera, A.; Arribas, E. (Eds.) Experiencia de innovación docente en la enseñanza de la fisica universitaria (2010)

For the production of strategic noise maps and noise actions plans, as required by the European Noise Directive 49 CE/2002 and the Spanish Ley del Ruido (2003), improved assessment methods for ... [more ▼]

For the production of strategic noise maps and noise actions plans, as required by the European Noise Directive 49 CE/2002 and the Spanish Ley del Ruido (2003), improved assessment methods for environmental noise will be 2 required. LA IC (Laboratorio de Acústica Aplicada a la Ingeniería Civil), Dpto. Física Aplicada, E.T.S.I. Caminos, Canales y Puertos has trained hundreds of public and private sector employers on evaluation and control of environmental noise, and on preparation of strategic noise maps. On the other hands, the introduction of environmental noise control course in the Castilla-La Mancha University (E.T.S.I. Caminos) with a postgraduate character will provide improved knowledge for the assessment of noise impacts from roads, railways and industry to the civil engineers. [less ▲]

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See detailCapnocytophaga canimorsus infection in cats : ABCD guidelines on prevention and management
Lloret; Egberink, H.; Addie, D. et al

in Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery (2013), 15

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See detailLa cappella di S. Caterina. Feudatari locali e artisti stranieri per un piccolo pantheon familiare ed ecclesiastico
D'Alberto, Claudia ULg

in La collegiata dei Santi Cesidio e Rufino a 3 Trasacco (2015)

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See detailCAPPP trial. Captopril Prevention Project.
Scheen, André ULg

in Lancet (1999), 353(9166), 1793-41795-6

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See detailCaprice-Revue. Avant la norme.
Paques, Frédéric ULg

in Art&Fact (2008), 28

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See detailCAPRINE ARTHRITIS ENCEPHALITIS VIRUS (CAEV) EXPRESSING THE SIV VPR/VPX GENES INDUCES PROPERTIES SIMILAR TO ANTI-CANCER DRUGS
Bouzar, Amel ULg; Villet, Stéphanie; Morin, Thierry et al

in Bulletin of the Veterinary Institute in Pulawy =Biuletyn Instytutu Weterynarii w Puławach (2003)

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See detailCaprine herpesvirus 1 infection
Thiry, Julien ULg; Engels, M.; Tempesta, M. et al

in Lefèvre, P. C.; Blancou, J.; Chermette, R. (Eds.) et al Infectious and Parasitic Diseases of Livestock (2010)

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See detailCapsella rubella Reut. et C x gracilis Gren. en Belgique
Auquier, Paul; Sérusiaux, Emmanuël ULg

in Bulletin de la Société Royale de Botanique de Belgique = Bulletin van de Koninklijke Belgische Botanische Vereniging (1978), 111

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See detailCapsular Gene Typing of Streptococcus agalactiae Compared to Serotyping by Latex Agglutination
Yao, Kaihu; Poulsen, Knud; Maione, Domenico et al

in Journal of Clinical Microbiology (2012), 51(2), 503-507

We evaluated three different PCR-based capsular gene typing methods applied to 312 human and bovine Streptococcus agalac- tiae (group B Streptococcus [GBS]) isolates and compared the results to serotyping ... [more ▼]

We evaluated three different PCR-based capsular gene typing methods applied to 312 human and bovine Streptococcus agalac- tiae (group B Streptococcus [GBS]) isolates and compared the results to serotyping results obtained by latex agglutination. Among 281 human isolates 27% could not be typed by latex agglutination. All 312 isolates except 5 could be typed by the three PCR methods combined. Two of these methods were multiplex assays. Among the isolates that were typeable by both latex ag- glutination and capsular gene typing, 94% showed agreement between the two methods. However, each of the PCR methods showed limitations. One of the methods did not include all 10 recognized serotypes, one misidentified eight isolates of serotypes Ib and IV as serotype Ia, and one did not distinguish between serotypes VII and IX. For five isolates that showed aberrant pat- terns in the capsular gene typing, long-range PCR targeting the cps operon disclosed large insertions or deletions affecting the cps gene cluster. A sensitive flow cytometric assay based on serotype-specific antibodies applied to 76 selected isolates that were nontypeable by latex agglutination revealed that approximately one-half of these did express capsular polysaccharide. A proce- dure for convenient and reliable capsular gene typing to be included in epidemiological and surveillance studies of S. agalactiae is proposed. [less ▲]

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See detailCapsule Endoscopy in paediatrics: multicentric Belgian study
Urbain, D.; Tresinie, M.; De Looze, D. et al

in Acta Gastro-Enterologica Belgica (2007), 70(1, JAN-MAR), 11-14

Bacground and study aims : Capsule Endoscopy (CE) is a non-invasive procedure for evaluating small bowel disease. Data concerning children are scarce. The aim of the present report was to review all ... [more ▼]

Bacground and study aims : Capsule Endoscopy (CE) is a non-invasive procedure for evaluating small bowel disease. Data concerning children are scarce. The aim of the present report was to review all paediatric cases investigated by CE in Belgium. Patients and methods : The seven Belgian academic hospitals using the CE device (Given) were asked to collect information on CE performed in patients <= 18 years. Main indications for performing VCE, former radiological and endoscopic procedures were collected, as well as final diagnosis and clinical impact of VCE findings. Results : From November 2002 until December 2005, VCE was performed in 17 children (mean age : 11.9 years, range : 5-18). Indications were occult gastro-intestinal bleeding (OGIB) and/or iron deficiency anaemia (IDA) (10 cases) and chronic and/or recurrent abdominal pain (7 cases). Mean duration of symptoms was 8.6 months. The mean number of endoscopic and radiological procedures before performing CE was 4.2 per patient. Detected lesions were ulcerations (6 cases), jejunal varices (1), ileo-ileal invagination (2), active bleeding (1), and normal findings (7). In the indication of OGIB/IDA, relevant findings having an impact on the diagnosis were found in 60% of the cases. In the group with chronic and recurrent abdominal pain, CE brought relevant findings in 43%. CE findings had an impact on therapy in 44% of the patients. Conclusions : CE could be a useful tool for clinical work-up of difficult paediatric cases, not only in the indication of IDA/OGIB, but also for selected cases of recurrent abdominal pain, but prospective controlled trials including emerging techniques like CT enterography are mandatory. [less ▲]

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