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See detailThe 19-27 Amino-Acid Segment Of Gp51 Adopts An Amphiphilic Structure And Plays A Key Role In The Fusion Events Induced By Bovine Leukemia-Virus
Voneche, V.; Callebaut, I.; Kettmann, Richard ULiege et al

in Journal of Biological Chemistry (1992), 267(21),

Previous results indicate that the external glycoprotein gp51 of bovine leukemia virus plays an important role in the process of cell fusion induced by bovine leukemia virus (Bruck, C., Mathot, S ... [more ▼]

Previous results indicate that the external glycoprotein gp51 of bovine leukemia virus plays an important role in the process of cell fusion induced by bovine leukemia virus (Bruck, C., Mathot, S., Portetelle, D., Berte, C., Franssen, J. D., Herion, P., and Burny, A. (1982) Virology 122, 342-352; Voneche, V., Portetelle., D., Kettmann, R., Willems, L., Limbach, K., Paoletti, E., Ruysschaert, J. M., Burny, A., and Brasseur, R. (1992) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 89, 3810-3814) and suggest that a region encompassing residues 23 and 25 of gp51 is involved in this process (Portetelle, D., Couez, D., Bruck, C., Kettmann, R., Mammerickx, M., Van der Maaten, M., Brasseur, R., and Burny, A. (1989) Virology 169, 27-33; Mamoun, R., Morisson, M., Rebeyrotte, N., Busetta, B., Couez, D., Kettmann, R., Hospital, M., and Guillemain, B. (1990) J. Virol. 64, 4180-4188). X-ray diffraction studies performed on envelope glycoproteins of influenza virus indicate that the NH2-terminal part of the external glycoprotein lies very close to the fusion peptide. The same overall structure seems to exist in human immunodeficiency virus as suggested by site-directed mutagenesis followed by syncytia induction assays. Our theoretical studies indicate that a segment expanding between residues 19 and 27 of gp51 probably adopts an amphipathic beta-strand structure. We hypothesize that the amphipathic 19-27 structure of gp51 plays an important role in the process of membrane fusion by interacting with the fusion peptide or with another region of gp30. Mutational analysis disrupting the amphipathy of the 19-27 region strongly altered the fusogenic capacity of the gp51-gp30 complex. [less ▲]

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See detailA 19-miRNA SIGNATURE PREDICTS RELAPSE IN AVERAGE RISK PRE-B ACUTE LYMPHOBLASTIC LEUKEMIA
Lammens, TL; Ghazavi, F; Suciu, S et al

in Tijdschrift van de Belgische Kinderarts = Journal du Pédiatre Belge (2012), 2012(4), 78

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See detail19. Les femmes supportent-elles moins l'alcool que les hommes ?
DEVILLE, Marine ULiege; DENOOZ, Raphael ULiege; Charlier, Corinne ULiege

in Seutin, Vincent; Scuvée-Moreau, Jacqueline; Quertemont, Etienne (Eds.) L'alcool en questions (2015)

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See detail19. Oiseaux
Lougbegnon, Toussaint; Libois, Roland ULiege

in Neuenschwander, Peter; Sinsin, Brice; Goergen, Georg (Eds.) Protection de la nature en Afrique de l'Ouest: une liste rouge pour le Bénin (2011)

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See detail1903-2003. Cent ans de géographie à l’Université de Liège : changements et permanences
Merenne-Schoumaker, Bernadette ULiege

in Bulletin de la Société Géographique de Liège (2004), (44), 125-127

Address of the 100th anniversary of the Institute of Geography, University of Liege

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See detail1905-2005 : de la tuberculose au sida
Jaminon, Martine ULiege; Brouwir, Christine ULiege; Dumont, Pascal

Learning material (2005)

plaquette de l'exposition " 1905- 2005 : de la tuberculose au sida"

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See detail1910 : Solitudini e seduzioni fatali. Leila e Forse che sì forse che no
Curreri, Luciano ULiege

in Neiger, Ada (Ed.) All'insegna della femme fatale (1994)

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See detail1911. Les Hautes-Fagnes en feu. Chronique de l’incendie à travers la presse régionale
Klauser, Klaus Dieter; Nekrassoff, Serge ULiege; Rauw, Bernard et al

Book published by Haute Ardenne (2011)

L’été de 1911 est caniculaire. Alors que les premiers défenseurs des Hautes- Fagnes s’organisent, le feu s’y déclare au milieu du mois d’août et refuse de se laisser maîtriser. Il ne cessera qu’en ... [more ▼]

L’été de 1911 est caniculaire. Alors que les premiers défenseurs des Hautes- Fagnes s’organisent, le feu s’y déclare au milieu du mois d’août et refuse de se laisser maîtriser. Il ne cessera qu’en septembre, après plusieurs regains. Des centaines d’hectares seront consumés. Le contingent de soldats allemands et belges envoyés lutter contre les flammes s’élèvera à plus de 2.000 hommes. Le spectacle des flammes devient rapidement une attraction. Mais le feu se montre un adversaire redoutable. Les efforts consentis ne suffisent pas à le contenir. Il se joue des milliers de bras armés de pelles, il s’allie au vent pour enjamber les tranchées coupe-feu creusées en hâte. Il ne connaît pas les frontières politiques. Les troupes prussiennes et belges se côtoient. Elles ont leur bivouac au Mont-Rigi, à la Baraque-Michel, à la Maison du Sabotier. Touristes et curieux de toutes espèces tentent d’atteindre au plus près les lieux du sinistre pour mieux contempler le spectacle et les centaines de combattants du feu en action. Pendant les moments les plus critiques, la presse publie des comptes rendus quotidiens. [less ▲]

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See detail1914-1918, La Grande Guerre vue de la Province de Liège et de Belgique
Pirot, Pascal ULiege; Province de Liège, Enseignement

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See detail1914-1918: La Belgique dans les cartes postales
Delhalle, Sophie ULiege

Conference given outside the academic context (2015)

Cette conférence a pour but de présenter les diverses images de la Belgique reproduites sur les cartes postales pendant la Première Guerre mondiale.

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See detail1914-2014. Cent ans de mayorat à Waremme
Jonkers, Lionel ULiege; Lanneau, Catherine ULiege

Book published by Imprimerie provinciale (2014)

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See detail1915-2015: Het verhaal van de Belgische militaire inlichtingen- en veiligheidsdienst
Cools, Marc; Van Acker, Kathleen; Stans, David ULiege et al

Book published by Maklu (2015)

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See detail192-Ir or 125-I Prostate Brachytherapy as a Boost to External Beam Radiotherapy in Locally Advanced Prostatic Cancer: A Dosimetric Point of View
Nickers, Philippe ULiege; Thissen, Benedicte ULiege; Jansen, Nicolas ULiege et al

in Radiotherapy & Oncology (2006), 78(1), 47-52

PURPOSE: This work aims at comparing the dosimetric possibilities of 125I or 192Ir prostate brachytherapy (Bt) as a boost to external beam radiotherapy in the treatment of locally advanced adenocarcinoma ... [more ▼]

PURPOSE: This work aims at comparing the dosimetric possibilities of 125I or 192Ir prostate brachytherapy (Bt) as a boost to external beam radiotherapy in the treatment of locally advanced adenocarcinoma. METHODS AND MATERIALS: From 1/1997 to 12/2002, 260 patients were treated. Until 12/2001 a low dose rate (LDR) treatment with 192Ir wires was used, later replaced by a high dose rate (HDR) delivered with an 192Ir stepping source technology. For the present work, we selected 40 patients including the last 20 treated, respectively, by LDR and HDR. The planning CT Scans of all these 40 patients were transferred into the 3D Prowess system for 125I permanent implants design according to the Seattle method. The reference data for dosimetric comparisons were the V100 and the prescribed dose for 192Ir as well as the dose delivered with 125I techniques to the 192Ir V100. We compared V100-150 data as well as doses to the organs at risks (OR) and cold spots (CS). RESULTS: The V100 is 85.3+/-8% for 192Ir LDR and 96+/-2% for HDR techniques (P < 0.0001). In comparison with 125I, the 192Ir LDR mode induces higher hyperdosage volumes inside the CTV but also more CS, while maximal doses to urethra and rectum are, respectively, 17 and 39% less with 125I (P < 0.0001). In comparison with the 192Ir HDR mode, 125I Bt induces higher hyperdosage volumes and slightly more CS deliberately planned around the bladder neck. If delivered doses to urethra are identical, those to the 20% anterior part of the rectum are 33% less with 125I (P < 0,0001). The 125I Bt technique was only possible in 24 out of the 40 patients studied due to pelvic bone arch interference. CONCLUSIONS: At the present time, there is no evident dosimetric superiority of one Bt method when all the criteria are taken into account. However, improving Bt techniques to implant any prostatic size could found the superiority of the 125I or permanent implants. 125I indeed allows large hyperdosage volumes inside the CTV in comparison with 192Ir HDR techniques while lowering doses to OR and minimizing CS. [less ▲]

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See detail1924 : Marcel Thiry publie Toi qui pâlis au nom de Vancouver. « Docteur, j’ai un pied dans le XIXe neuvième siècle »
Purnelle, Gérald ULiege

in Bertrand, Jean-Pierre; Biron, Michel; Denis, Benoît (Eds.) et al Histoire de la littérature belge francophone : 1830-2000 (2003)

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See detail1929 et le populisme aux Etats-Unis. Les cas du père Coughlin et de Huey Long
Jamin, Jérôme ULiege

in Provenzano, François; Goin, Emilie (Eds.) Usages du peuple (in press)

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See detail192ir Low Dose Rate Brachytherapy for Boosting Locally Advanced Prostate Cancers after External Beam Radiotherapy: A Phase Ii Trial
Nickers, Philippe ULiege; Coppens, Luc ULiege; De Leval, Jean ULiege et al

in Radiotherapy & Oncology (2006), 79(3), 329-34

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: To evaluate on 201 locally advanced prostatic cancers prospectively treated in a phase II trial, the efficacy of a combination of external beam radiotherapy (39.6 Gy) and (192)Ir ... [more ▼]

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: To evaluate on 201 locally advanced prostatic cancers prospectively treated in a phase II trial, the efficacy of a combination of external beam radiotherapy (39.6 Gy) and (192)Ir low dose rate brachytherapy (Bt) (40-45 Gy). PATIENTS AND METHODS: Sixty-four patients were included in the intermediate prognosis group with only one of the following adverse factors (PSA > 10 ng/ml, Gleason score > or = 7 or clinical stage > or =T2b) and 137 in the unfavourable group when at least two of these factors were present. RESULTS: The actuarial 4 years biochemical no evidence of disease is 82.8% for the entire population. It is, respectively, 97 and 76% in the intermediate and unfavourable prognosis groups (P < 0.0001). Grade > or =3 late urinary complications occurred in 13 patients (6.5%). Eight patients (4%) presented late grade 2 rectal complications but no grades 3-5 was observed. CONCLUSIONS: Even if an alpha/beta of 1.5-3 Gy theoretically favours the use of a high dose rate mode of irradiation, the early results presented here are as good as those reported for similar groups of patients with high dose rate treatments. Late toxicity is identical but our urinary toxicity is within the less favourable and rectal toxicity within the most favourable results. We can postulate that while inducing very high hyperdosage regions (V150) mainly focused on the peripheral zone, most of the Bt techniques consist of a more ablative treatment. Many of the radiobiological studies on Bt did not in fact take into account the heterogeneity of irradiation inside the CTV. This study highlights the need to explore pulsed dose rate therapies, permanent implant and new available radioisotopes such as (169)Ytterbium that will offer the safety of low and lower dose rates. The actual late toxicity of the different Bt techniques is not yet inexistent indeed. [less ▲]

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See detail1936-1940. Roman, reportage, théâtre, cinéma, BD au service du fascisme italien
Curreri, Luciano ULiege

in Cahiers Internationaux de Symbolisme (2009), 122-123-124

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See detail1944-1945: tournant ou césure dans les relations franco-belges?
Lanneau, Catherine ULiege

Scientific conference (2009, February 25)

L’imaginaire collectif réserve une place particulière à la "France éternelle", fer de lance de la civilisation européenne, fière de l’héritage de son passé comme des "principes de 89". Le devenir, le rôle ... [more ▼]

L’imaginaire collectif réserve une place particulière à la "France éternelle", fer de lance de la civilisation européenne, fière de l’héritage de son passé comme des "principes de 89". Le devenir, le rôle voire la mission de la "France nouvelle", celle du rédempteur de Gaulle, font débat en 1944-45. Dans une Europe en ruines, elle est l’inconnue de l’heure, celle dont le futur peut être fait du meilleur comme du pire. À la fois proches et différents d'elle, les francophones de Belgique, pétris de la même culture, oscilleront cependant entre amour et haine, entre la proclamation d’une parenté spirituelle et ethnique, et le souci d’affirmer une identité propre, la future belgitude. Pour eux aussi, la période 1944-45, entre les stigmates de la guerre et les déchirements de la Question Royale, n’est qu’une suite d’interrogations. Pour la première fois, le mouvement wallon se montre plus actif et revendicatif qu’un flamingantisme contraint par ses mauvais choix à une courbe rentrante. Craintes ou espoirs, étayés par le mythe de cette France résistante et novatrice, tant en politique intérieure qu’extérieure, agitent au besoin l’hypothèse d’un rattachement. Mais, très rapidement, le mythe fait place au malaise entre Bruxelles et Paris, d’autant que, désormais, la France doit affronter, sur tous les terrains, la fascination exercée par ses concurrents Anglo-Américains. [less ▲]

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