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See detailLe casier judiciaire : entre mémoire et oubli
Seron, Vincent ULiege

in Masset, Adrien; Traest, Philip (Eds.) L’exécution des peines (2006)

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See detailLe casier judiciaire : un instrument mémoriel au passé tourmenté mais à l’avenir empreint de sérénité ?
Seron, Vincent ULiege

in Journal des Tribunaux (2016)

Profondément réformé en 1997, le casier judiciaire n’en finit pas de faire l’objet de remaniements et de prêter le flanc à la critique. Des modifications régulièrement opérées s’agissant de la délivrance ... [more ▼]

Profondément réformé en 1997, le casier judiciaire n’en finit pas de faire l’objet de remaniements et de prêter le flanc à la critique. Des modifications régulièrement opérées s’agissant de la délivrance de ses extraits à sa mise à jour lacunaire, nombreux sont les éléments qui témoignent des difficultés récurrentes auxquelles cet instrument séculaire est confronté. En quatre temps, cet article propose de remettre en perspective les principaux éléments explicatifs de l’état transitoire au sein duquel le casier judiciaire est confiné depuis près de deux décennies, d’analyser son fonctionnement actuel, de focaliser l’attention sur les récents changements apportés à son contenu ainsi qu’à la communication des données qu’il contient, et de s’interroger sur la prétendue non fiabilité de ce casier. [less ▲]

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See detailLe casier judiciaire central
Derre, Sylvie; Seron, Vincent ULiege

in Jacobs, Ann; Masset, Adrien (Eds.) Actualités de droit pénal et de procédure pénale (2003)

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See detailCasier judiciaire et délinquance sexuelle : quelques considérations autour d’un diptyque mémoire-oubli
Seron, Vincent ULiege

in Revue de la Faculté de Droit de l'Université de Liège (2009), (4), 495-505

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See detailLe casier judiciaire – Fiche pratique
Seron, Vincent ULiege

in Journal du Droit des Jeunes (2012), 311

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See detailLe casier judiciaire
Seron, Vincent ULiege

Conference given outside the academic context (2011)

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See detailLe casier judiciaire. L'après-peine entre mémoire et oubli
Seron, Vincent ULiege

Book published by La Charte (2010)

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See detailThe Casimir Effect and the Vacuum Energy: Duality in the Physical Interpretation
Cugnon, Joseph ULiege

in Few-Body Systems (2012), 53(1-2), 181-188

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See detailThe Casimir Effect
Cugnon, Joseph ULiege

in Acta Physica Polonica B (2010), 3(3), 539-546

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See detailCASL fMRI of subcortico-cortical perfusion changes during memory-guided finger sequences
Garraux, Gaëtan ULiege; Hallett, Mark; Talagala, S Lalith

in Neuroimage (2005), 25(1), 122-132

Arterial spin labeling (ASL) perfusion functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is an attractive alternative to BOLD fMRI. Nevertheless, current ASL fMRI techniques are limited by several factors that ... [more ▼]

Arterial spin labeling (ASL) perfusion functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is an attractive alternative to BOLD fMRI. Nevertheless, current ASL fMRI techniques are limited by several factors that hamper more routine applications in humans. One of these factors is restricted brain coverage so that whole-brain ASL fMRI studies have never been reported. The present study tested the ability of a multislice continuous ASL (CASL) fMRI approach using a small surface coil placed on the subject's neck to map changes in regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) throughout the brain while healthy individuals (N = 15) performed memory-guided sequential finger movements at a mean rate of similar to0.5 Hz. As predicted by results from a large number of studies, reliable task-related increases in flow were detected across subjects not only in primary and associative cortical areas but also in subcortical brain regions. When normalized to baseline, rCBF increased 31% in the hand representation area (HRA) of left primary motor cortex (M1) 13% in the left supplementary motor area proper (SMA), 10% in the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC), 10-18% in the bilateral intraparietal sulci, 6% in the HRA of left putamen, 10% in the left thalamus, and 17% in the right anterior cerebellum. In addition to these increases, 6% and 4% decreases in rCBF were detected in the HRA of the right M1 and the bilateral posterior cingulate sulci, respectively. These results demonstrate that perfusion-based fMRI using CASL with a separate labeling coil can now be used to characterize task-related flow changes in most of the brain volume with adequate accuracy and sensitivity. [less ▲]

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See detailCaspase inhibitors prevent cisplatin-induced apoptosis of auditory sensory cells.
Liu, W.; Staecker, H.; Stupak, H. et al

in Neuroreport (1998), 9(11), 2609-14

In vitro studies tested the efficacy of three caspase inhibitors, Ac-VAD-cmk (caspase-1 inhibitor), z-DEVD-fmk (caspase-3 inhibitor) and B-D-fmk (BOCDFK, a general inhibitor), for protecting auditory ... [more ▼]

In vitro studies tested the efficacy of three caspase inhibitors, Ac-VAD-cmk (caspase-1 inhibitor), z-DEVD-fmk (caspase-3 inhibitor) and B-D-fmk (BOCDFK, a general inhibitor), for protecting auditory sensory cells from cisplatin-damage induced loss. Treatment of 3-day-old rat organ of Corti explants with these caspase inhibitors protected > 80% of the auditory hair cells from cisplatin-damage initiated apoptosis. Dissociated cell cultures of 3-day-old rat spinal ganglia treated with any of these three caspase inhibitors in addition to exogenous neurotrophin have highly significant increases in neuronal survival following cisplatin exposure. These results indicate that loss of auditory sensory cells as a result of cisplatin-induced damage involves apoptosis and that blocking of this cell death pathway at the caspase level effectively rescues both hair cells and neurons. [less ▲]

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See detailCaspase-8 Cleaves Histone Deacetylase 7 And Abolishes Its Transcription Repressor Function
Scott, Fl.; Fuchs, Gj.; Boyd, Se. et al

in Journal of Biological Chemistry (2008), 283(28),

Caspase-8 is the initiator caspase of the extrinsic apoptosis pathway and also has a role in non-apoptotic physiologies. Identifying endogenous substrates for caspase-8 by using integrated bioinformatics ... [more ▼]

Caspase-8 is the initiator caspase of the extrinsic apoptosis pathway and also has a role in non-apoptotic physiologies. Identifying endogenous substrates for caspase-8 by using integrated bioinformatics and biological approaches is required to delineate the diverse roles of this caspase. We describe a number of novel putative caspase-8 substrates using the Prediction of Protease Specificity (PoPS) program, one of which is histone deacetylase 7 (HDAC7). HDAC7 is cleaved faster than any other caspase-8 substrate described to date. It is also cleaved in primary CD4+CD8+ thymocytes undergoing extrinsic apoptosis. By using naturally occurring caspase inhibitors that have evolved exquisite specificity at concentrations found within the cell, we could unequivocally assign the cleavage activity to caspase-8. Importantly, cleavage of HDAC7 alters its subcellular localization and abrogates its Nur77 repressor function. Thus we demonstrate a direct role for initiator caspase-mediated proteolysis in promoting gene transcription. [less ▲]

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See detailCaspase-8-dependent HER-2 cleavage in response to tumor necrosis factor alpha stimulation is counteracted by nuclear factor kappa B through c-FLIP-L expression
Benoit, Valérie; Chariot, Alain ULiege; Delacroix, Laurence ULiege et al

in Cancer Research (2004), 64(8), 2684-2691

The oncoprotein HER-2/neu is a prosurvival factor, and its overexpression has been correlated with poor prognosis in patients with breast cancer. We report that HER-2 is a new substrate for caspase-8 and ... [more ▼]

The oncoprotein HER-2/neu is a prosurvival factor, and its overexpression has been correlated with poor prognosis in patients with breast cancer. We report that HER-2 is a new substrate for caspase-8 and that tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-alpha) stimulation leads to an early caspase-8-dependent HER-2 cleavage in MCF7 A/Z breast adenocarcinoma cells defective for nuclear factor kappaB (NFkappaB) activation. We show that the antiapoptotic transcription factor NFkappaB counteracts this cleavage through induction of the caspase-8 inhibitor c-FLIP. Our results also demonstrate that this HER-2 cleavage contributes to the TNF-alpha-induced apoptosis pathway because ectopic expression of an uncleavable HER-2 protects NFkappaB-defective cells against TNF-alpha-mediated cell death. Therefore, we propose an original model in which NFkappaB exerts a new antiapoptotic function by counteracting TNF-alpha-triggered cleavage of the HER-2 survival factor. [less ▲]

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See detailCaspases, the enemy within, and their role in oxidative stress-induced apoptosis of inner ear sensory cells
Van De Water, T. R.; Lallemend, François; Eshraghi, A. A. et al

in Otology & Neurotology (2004), 25(4), 627-632

This review covers the general roles of members of the cysteine protease family of caspases in the process of apoptosis (programmed cell death) looking at their participation in both the "extrinsic" cell ... [more ▼]

This review covers the general roles of members of the cysteine protease family of caspases in the process of apoptosis (programmed cell death) looking at their participation in both the "extrinsic" cell death receptor and the "intrinsic" mitochondrial cell death pathways. It defines the difference between initiator and effector caspases and shows the progression of caspase activations that ends up in the apoptotic cell death and elimination of a damaged cell. The review then presents what is currently know about the participation of caspases in the programmed cell death of inner ear sensory cells during the process of normal development and maturation of the inner ear and their importance in this process as illustrated by the results of caspase-3 gene knockout experiments. The participation of specific caspases and the sequence of their activation in the elimination (apoptosis) of damaged sensory cells from adult inner ears after an injury that generates oxidative stress are reviewed. Both the possibility and the potential efficacy of caspase inhibition with a broad-spectrum pancaspase inhibitor as an interventional therapy to treat and rescue oxidative stress-damaged inner ear sensory cells from apoptosis are presented and discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailCass. 28 mars 2012, n°P.11.2083.F
Delnoy, Michel ULiege

in Aménagement - Environnement (2012), 5

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See detailLa cassa dell'organo di San Pietro al Po: aspetti strutturali ed iconografico.musicali
Bugini, Mariaelena ULiege

in L'arte organaria dei LIngiardi fra tradizione e sperimentazione (2014)

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See detailCassandre's results from the Kwalon experiment
Lejeune, Christophe ULiege

Conference (2010, April 23)

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See detailCassandre, un outil pour construire, confronter et expliciter les interprétations
Lejeune, Christophe ULiege

in Beauvais, Martine; Clénet, Jean (Eds.) Actes du 2ème colloque international francophone sur les méthodes qualitatives (2010)

Cassandre est un logiciel libre d'analyse de textes, adossé à la plateforme collaborative Hypertopic. Fruit de la convergence épistémologique entre l'analyse qualitative (en sciences humaines) et le Web ... [more ▼]

Cassandre est un logiciel libre d'analyse de textes, adossé à la plateforme collaborative Hypertopic. Fruit de la convergence épistémologique entre l'analyse qualitative (en sciences humaines) et le Web socio-sémantique (en informatique), cet outil accompagne la construction semi-automatique du (des) cadre(s) d'analyse du (des) chercheur(s). Une série de comptes-rendus d'utilisation (tantôt collectifs tantôt isolés, plutôt inductifs ou hypothético-déductifs) attestent des apports de l'outil : génération d'un journal de bord, économie cognitive et temporelle, flexibilité, aide au travail en équipe et multiplication des entrées dans le matériau. Ces usages témoignent également des inévitables limites afférentes à l'usage d'un logiciel dans une approche qualitative. En définitive, on plaide donc pour un recours raisonné à Cassandre, comme à tout autre logiciel. [less ▲]

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