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See detailChapitre IV: La politique fiscale et budgétaire
Jurion, Bernard ULg

in Beaufays, Jean; Matagne, Geoffroy (Eds.) La Belgique en mutation. Systèmes politiques et politiques publiques (1968-2008) (2009)

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See detailChapitre luxembourgeois
Partsch, Philippe-Emmanuel ULg

in Competition cases from the European Union (2007)

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See detailChapitre XII. Toxicologie, circulation routière et conduite sous influence
Beauthier, Jean-Pol; Leistedt, Samuel; Charlier, Corinne ULg et al

in Beauthier, Jean-Pol (Ed.) A la découverte de la médecine légale (2015)

Des spécialistes se sont réunis pour traiter dans un langage clair et dépourvu de technicité, les principales thématiques ayant trait à la médecine légale. Tout au long de l’ouvrage les auteurs montrent ... [more ▼]

Des spécialistes se sont réunis pour traiter dans un langage clair et dépourvu de technicité, les principales thématiques ayant trait à la médecine légale. Tout au long de l’ouvrage les auteurs montrent que la médecine légale trouve ici sa meilleure place, à savoir celle de jouer véritablement d’interface entre médecine et droit. En autres, les thèmes suivants sont abordés : - Les méthodes d’exploration des personnes décédées ; - La description des lésions ; - La balistique lésionnelle ; - Les accidents du trafic routier ; - La médecine légale clinique ; - Les effets des drogues sur la santé mentale ; - Le profilage criminel ; - Les scènes de crime ; - L’anthropologie médico-légale ; - Etc. [less ▲]

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See detailChapitre XIII. Droit du travail
Kéfer, Fabienne ULg

in Watté, Nadine; Lecocq, Pascale (Eds.) Droit de la Belgique (2016)

Présentation succincte du droit du travail Belge

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See detailLe chaponnage, une technique qui revient à la mode!
Marlier, Didier ULg; Vindevogel, Henri ULg

in Annales de Médecine Vétérinaire (1996), 140

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See detailChapter 1 Variation in Form and Function The Helix-Turn-Helix Regulators of the GntR Superfamily
Hoskisson, Paul; Rigali, Sébastien ULg

in Advances in Applied Microbiology (2009), Chapitre 1

One of the most abundant and widely distributed groups of Helix-turn-helix (HTH) transcription factors is the metabolite-responsive GntR family of regulators (>8500 members in the Pfam database; Jan 2009 ... [more ▼]

One of the most abundant and widely distributed groups of Helix-turn-helix (HTH) transcription factors is the metabolite-responsive GntR family of regulators (>8500 members in the Pfam database; Jan 2009). These proteins contain a DNA-binding HTH domain at the N terminus of the protein and an effector-binding and/or oligomerisation domain at the C terminus, where upon on binding an effector molecule, a conformational change occurs in the protein which influences the DNA-binding properties of the regulator resulting in repression or activation of transcription. This review summarises what we know about the distribution, structure, function and classification of these regulators and suggests that they may have a future role in biotechnology. [less ▲]

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See detailchapter 131 Production, distribution, life-span, and fate of platelets
Paulus, Jean-Michel ULg; Aster, Richard H.

in Williams,, William J.; Beutler, Ernest; Erslev, Allan J. (Eds.) et al Hematology Fourth Edition (1990)

Fourth edition of Hematology Textbook, by Williams et al, Copyright 1990, 1983,1977,1972 by McGraw-Hill, inc.

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See detailchapter 132 Clinical evaluation of thrombokinetics
Paulus, Jean-Michel ULg; Aster, Richard H.

in Williams, William J.; Lichtman, Marshall A.; Beutler, Ernest (Eds.) et al Hematology Fourth Edition (1990)

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See detailChapter 13: Adaptation of a Universal Procedure for Cryopreservation of Different Developmental Stages: Is it Conceivable?
Vanderzwalmen, Pierre ULg; Ectors, Fabien ULg; Grobet, Luc ULg et al

in Varghese, Alex C.; Sjöblom, Peter; Jayaprakasan, K (Eds.) A practical guide to setting up an IVF lab, embryo culture systems and running the unit (2013)

A RENEWED INTEREST IN CRYOPRESERVATION: WHY? It is now well recognized that the proportion of births following transfer of cryopreserved gametes or embryos will increase dramatically. Several reasons may ... [more ▼]

A RENEWED INTEREST IN CRYOPRESERVATION: WHY? It is now well recognized that the proportion of births following transfer of cryopreserved gametes or embryos will increase dramatically. Several reasons may explain this rising interest for embryo transfer (ET) after cryopreservation. The improvement of in vitro culture technique enables gaining better quality embryos associated with the policy of single embryo transfer (SET) results in the increasing proportion of supernumerary embryos cryopreserved at different stages of development. Moreover, with the increased efficiency of the cryopreservation technique such as vitrification, there is now a tendency to shift from fresh ET to cryopreserved ET in artificial or natural cycles. This attitude is relevant especially when the progesterone level before oocyte pick-up is above a physiological limiting value, a not optimal thickness of the endometrium or when embryos are originated from an in vitro maturation cycle. Cryopreserved ET is also an opportunity, when fresh ET cycles are cancelled because of hyperstimulation. With the introduction of vitrification, there is also an emergent change in the general attitude towards oocyte cryopreservation offering available solution, for example, in the field of preservation of fertility, ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, poor responder, absence of sperm at the time of oocyte pick-up, cryo-banking for egg donation program or for social reason and finally to overcome ethical concerns and legal restrictions. [less ▲]

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See detailChapter 16 - Solar thermal powered Organic Rankine Cycles
Orosz, Matthew; Dickes, Rémi ULg

in Macchi, Ennio; Astolfi, Marco (Eds.) Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) Power Systems: Technologies and Applications (2016)

Reference chapter about solar-based organic Rankine cycle power systems published in the book "Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) Power Systems: Technologies and Applications"

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See detailChapter 17: Thiamin
Bettendorff, Lucien ULg

in Erdman, Jr, John W.; MacDonald, Ian A.; Zeisel, Steven H. (Eds.) Present Knowledge in Nutrition (2012)

Thiamin (vitamin B1) was the first vitamin characterized and its discovery was at the origin of the concept of vitamin. Thiamin deficiency mainly affects the nervous system and causes two classical ... [more ▼]

Thiamin (vitamin B1) was the first vitamin characterized and its discovery was at the origin of the concept of vitamin. Thiamin deficiency mainly affects the nervous system and causes two classical diseases, beriberi (a polyneuritic syndrome) and Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome (anterograde amnesia resulting from brain lesions in alcoholics). Thiamin transport through the membranes of intestinal and other cells requires specific carriers. As the process is rather slow, various lipid-soluble thiamin precursors with better bioavailability have been developed. In the cytosol, thiamin is pyrophosphorylated to thiamin diphosphate (ThDP), an indispenable cofactor in cell energy metabolism. Therefore, thiamin deficiency causes decreased cofactor function, leading to neuronal death. In addition, non-cofactor roles of the triphosphorylated derivatives thiamin triphosphate (ThTP) and adenosine thiamin triphosphate (AThTP) may play a role in metabolic regulation and may contribute to the pathology of thiamin deficiency-induced brain lesions. Current research interests are focused on the metabolism and role of thiamin derivatives (especially in catalysis by ThDP-dependent enzymes) and the biochemical and pathophysiological mechanisms by which thiamin deficiency induces specific brain lesions and may be implicated in other disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease and diabetes. [less ▲]

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See detailChapter 17: Thiamin (E-book)
Bettendorff, Lucien ULg

in Erdman, Jr, John W.; MacDonald, Ian A.; Zeisel, Steven H. (Eds.) Present Knowledge in Nutrition (E-book) (2012)

Thiamin (vitamin B1) was the first vitamin characterized and its discovery was at the origin of the concept of vitamin. Thiamin deficiency mainly affects the nervous system and causes two classical ... [more ▼]

Thiamin (vitamin B1) was the first vitamin characterized and its discovery was at the origin of the concept of vitamin. Thiamin deficiency mainly affects the nervous system and causes two classical diseases, beriberi (a polyneuritic syndrome) and Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome (anterograde amnesia resulting from brain lesions in alcoholics). Thiamin transport through the membranes of intestinal and other cells requires specific carriers. As the process is rather slow, various lipid-soluble thiamin precursors with better bioavailability have been developed. In the cytosol, thiamin is pyrophosphorylated to thiamin diphosphate (ThDP), an indispenable cofactor in cell energy metabolism. Therefore, thiamin deficiency causes decreased cofactor function, leading to neuronal death. In addition, non-cofactor roles of the triphosphorylated derivatives thiamin triphosphate (ThTP) and adenosine thiamin triphosphate (AThTP) may play a role in metabolic regulation and may contribute to the pathology of thiamin deficiency-induced brain lesions. Current research interests are focused on the metabolism and role of thiamin derivatives (especially in catalysis by ThDP-dependent enzymes) and the biochemical and pathophysiological mechanisms by which thiamin deficiency induces specific brain lesions and may be implicated in other disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease and diabetes. [less ▲]

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See detailChapter 18b. Middle And Upper Devonian Miospores;
Streel, Maurice ULg; Loboziak, S.

Part of book (1996)

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See detailChapter 1: Bringing public finances to a sustainable path
Jousten, Alain ULg; Hoj, Jens; Kozluk, Tomasz

in OECD (Ed.) OECD Economics Surveys: Belgium (2011)

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See detailChapter 1: The eddy covariance method
Foken, Thomas; Aubinet, Marc ULg; Leuning, Ray

in Aubinet, Marc; Vesala, Timo; Papale, Dario (Eds.) Eddy covariance: A Practical Guide to Measurement and Data Analysis (2012)

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See detailChapter 2 - Fish Sound Production: Insights
Parmentier, Eric ULg; Fine, Michael

in Suthers, Roderick; Fitch, Temcuseh; Fay, Richard (Eds.) et al Vertebrate Sound Production and Acoustic Communication (2016)

In addition to briefly reviewing sound-producing mechanisms, this chapter focuses on an under-appreciated evolutionary process, exaptation, which could aid in understanding the independent origins and ... [more ▼]

In addition to briefly reviewing sound-producing mechanisms, this chapter focuses on an under-appreciated evolutionary process, exaptation, which could aid in understanding the independent origins and high diversity of sound-producing mechanisms in fishes. Existing anatomical structures first used in non-voluntary sound production provide advantages that result in further selection and refinement of sophisticated sonic organs. Moreover, comparisons of the relationships between fish size and spectral features in multiple not phylogenetically related species highlight two acoustic patterns. In species using superfast muscles, the slope of the relationship between fish size and sound frequency is weak (1°–5°) so that emitter size is unlikely inferred from call frequency. In other species that stridulate or use bones or tendons to stimulate the swimbladder, the high slopes (25°–80°) indicate major differences in the call frequencies within a species. These signals likely convey important information (size and potential fitness of the emitter) to conspecific receivers. [less ▲]

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See detailChapter 2 : Nutrition and digestion
Jeuniaux, Charles ULg

in Florkin, Marcel; Scheer, B.T. (Eds.) Chemical zoology. Volume IV : Annelida, Echiura, and Sipuncula (1969)

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See detailChapter 2. European guidelines for prevention in low back pain : November 2004.
Burton, A. K.; Balague, F.; Cardon, G. et al

in European Spine Journal (2006), 15 Suppl 2

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See detailChapter 2. Low-Temperature Microassembly Methods and Integration Techniques for Biomedical Applications
Stoukatch, Serguei ULg

in Salvo, Pietro; Hernandez-Silveira, Miguel (Eds.) Wireless Medical Systems and Algorithms (2016)

Microassembly and packaging in a broad sense is a technique that interconnects microelectronics into a system level to form a functional product for the end user. Microassembly and packaging provide ... [more ▼]

Microassembly and packaging in a broad sense is a technique that interconnects microelectronics into a system level to form a functional product for the end user. Microassembly and packaging provide electrical and mechanical interconnection between microelectronics and the package. [less ▲]

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See detailChapter 23. Sex And Ploidy Manipulation in Percid Fish.
Rougeot, Carole ULg

in Kestemont, Patrick; Dabrowski, Konrad; Summerfelt, RC (Eds.) Biology and Culture of Percid Fishes - Principles and Practices. (2015)

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