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See detail1er Symposium Behring
Vanderick, JEAN ULg; Ferrant; Leners et al

Scientific conference (1988, October)

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See detail1H NMR metabolomic approach of the laser-induced choroidal neovascularization in mice
Lambert, Vincent ULg; Frederich, Michel ULg; Rousseau, Rousseau et al

Poster (2008, August)

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See detailThe 1H NMR spectra of the Strychnos alkaloids Retuline and Isoretuline, and their N-deacetyl compounds
Tavernier, D.; Anteunis, M. J. O.; Tits, Monique ULg et al

in Bulletin de la Société Chimique de Belgique (1978), 87(8), 595-607

The 300 MHz 1H NMR spectra of the title compounds are discussed. The vicinal coupling constants 3J H2,H16 and 3J H16,H15 are about 10Hz and 4 Hz in the iso series, and about 7 Hz and 1 Hz for retuline ... [more ▼]

The 300 MHz 1H NMR spectra of the title compounds are discussed. The vicinal coupling constants 3J H2,H16 and 3J H16,H15 are about 10Hz and 4 Hz in the iso series, and about 7 Hz and 1 Hz for retuline series. In isoretuline, the piperidine ring ( ring D) has a chair conformation, but in retuline a boat conformation, with C21 in the tip position, prevails. This conclusion is based on the pattern of allylic and homoallylic couplings around the double bond, and rests also on comparison with the spectrum of strychnine. Evidence is presented for a hydrogen bond between the C17 hydroxymethyl and the N1-COCH3 group in isoretuline. [less ▲]

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See detail1H, 13C and 15N backbone resonance assignments for the BS3 class A beta-lactamase from Bacillus licheniformis.
Vandenameele, Julie ULg; Matagne, André ULg; Damblon, Christian ULg

in Biomolecular NMR Assignments (2010), 4(2), 195-7

Class A beta-lactamases (260-280 amino acids; M ( r ) ~ 29,000) are among the largest proteins studied in term of their folding properties. They are composed of two structural domains: an all-alpha domain ... [more ▼]

Class A beta-lactamases (260-280 amino acids; M ( r ) ~ 29,000) are among the largest proteins studied in term of their folding properties. They are composed of two structural domains: an all-alpha domain formed by five to eight helices and an alpha/beta domain consisting of a five-stranded antiparallel beta-sheet covered by three to four alpha-helices. The alpha domain (~150 residues) is made up of the central part of the polypeptide chain whereas the alpha/beta domain (111-135 residues) is constituted by the N- and C-termini of the protein. Our goal is to determine in which order the different secondary structure elements are formed during the folding of BS3. With this aim, we will use pulse-labelling hydrogen/deuterium exchange experiments, in combination with 2D-NMR measurements, to monitor the time-course of formation and stabilization of secondary structure elements. Here we report the backbone resonance assignments as the requirement for further hydrogen/deuterium exchange studies. [less ▲]

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See detail1H, 13C and 15N resonance assignments of YajG, an Escherichia coli protein of unknown structure and function.
Boudet, Julien; Chouquet, Anne; Chahboune, Aicha et al

in Biomolecular NMR assignments (2007), 1(1), 89-91

The ampG gene codes for a permease required to uptake anhydro-muropeptides into bacterial cytoplasm. Located upstream in the same operon, is another 579-base-pair-long open reading frame encoding a ... [more ▼]

The ampG gene codes for a permease required to uptake anhydro-muropeptides into bacterial cytoplasm. Located upstream in the same operon, is another 579-base-pair-long open reading frame encoding a putative lipoprotein YajG, whose nearly complete 1H,13C,15N assignments are reported here. [less ▲]

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See detailA 1H, 13C, 31P and 15N NMR study of (pyrrolidine-2,2-diyl)bisphosphonic acid, tetraalkyl(pyrrolidine-2,2-diyl)bisphosphonates and acyclic tetraethyl bisphosphonates
Olive, Gilles ULg; van Genderen, Marcel H P

in Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry [=MRC] (2000), 38(5), 379-381

A multinuclear magnetic resonance study (1H, 13C, 31P, 15N) was performed on a series of new cyclic pyrrolidine bisphosphonates and acyclic bisphosphonates. Values are reported and discussed for the ... [more ▼]

A multinuclear magnetic resonance study (1H, 13C, 31P, 15N) was performed on a series of new cyclic pyrrolidine bisphosphonates and acyclic bisphosphonates. Values are reported and discussed for the chemical shifts and coupling constants of the various nuclei. [less ▲]

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See detail1re campagne de fouille à Chagar Bazar (Syrie)
Tunca, Önhan ULg; McMahon, A.; Baghdo, Abd el-Massih

in Orient-Express 2000/1 (2000)

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See detail1RM PREDICTION AND LOAD-VELOCITY RELATIONSHIP
Jidovtseff, Boris ULg; Cronin, John; Villaret, Jérémy et al

Poster (2012, October)

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See detail1RM PREDICTION AND LOAD-VELOCITY RELATIONSHIP
Jidovtseff, Boris ULg; Cronin, John; Crielaard, Jean-Michel ULg et al

in Abstract book of 17th ECSS congres (2012, July)

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See detail1RM PREDICTION AND LOAD-VELOCITY RELATIONSHIP
Jidovtseff, Boris ULg; Cronin, John; Crielaard, Jean-Michel ULg et al

in Abstract book of 8th International Conference on Strength Training (2012, October)

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See detail1s2s2p(2)3p 6L - 1s2p(3)3p 6p transitions in OIV, FV and NeVI
Lin, B.; Berry, H. G.; Shibata, T. et al

in Journal of Physics : B Atomic Molecular & Optical Physics (2004), 37

We present observations of VUV transitions between doubly excited sextet states in O, IV, F V and Ne VI. Spectra were produced by collisions of an O+, (FH)(+) and Ne+ beam with a thin carbon foil target ... [more ▼]

We present observations of VUV transitions between doubly excited sextet states in O, IV, F V and Ne VI. Spectra were produced by collisions of an O+, (FH)(+) and Ne+ beam with a thin carbon foil target. Some observed lines are assigned to the 1s2s2p(2)3p L-6-1 s2p(3)3p P-6 electric-dipole transitions in 0 IV, F V and Ne VI, and are compared with the results of multi-configuration Hartree-Fock (with QED and higher-order corrections) and multi-configuration Dirac-Fock calculations. 31 new lines have been identified. The sextet systems of boronlike ions are possible candidates for x-ray and VUV lasers. [less ▲]

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See detail1s2s2p(2)3s 6P - 1s2p(3)3s 6S° transitions in OIV
Lin, B.; Berry, H. G.; Shibata, T. et al

in Physical Review. A (2003), 67

The energies and lifetimes of doubly excited sextet states of boron-like O IV, F V, and Ne VI are calculated with the multiconfiguration Hartree-Fock approach, including QED and higher-order corrections ... [more ▼]

The energies and lifetimes of doubly excited sextet states of boron-like O IV, F V, and Ne VI are calculated with the multiconfiguration Hartree-Fock approach, including QED and higher-order corrections, and also with the multiconfiguration Dirac-Fock GRASP code. The wavelengths and transition rates of electric-dipole transitions from the inner-shell excited terms 1s2s2p23s 6P–1s2p33s 6So are investigated by beam-foil spectroscopy in the XUV spectral region. The predicted transition wavelengths agree with the experiment. The higherorder corrections, fine structures, and spectrum with high wavelength resolution are found to be critically important in these comparisons. Nine new lines have been identified. The ground sextet states of boronlike atoms are metastable and well above several ionization levels. These are possible candidates for XUV and soft x-ray lasers. [less ▲]

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See detail1st Belgian geographical day
Schmitz, Serge ULg; Meert, Henk

in Belgeo (2003), (3), 229-342

This special issue results from the 1st geographical day organized in Liege on March 2013.

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See detail2 2009 Expérience pilote PIT : mise en œuvre d’équipes infirmières dans 10 ambulances participant à l’aide médicale urgente en Belgique. Bilan au terme de la 2e année d’activité
STAMATAKIS, Lambert; TODOROV, Pierre; BRONSELAER, Koen et al

in Journal Européen des Urgences = European Journal of Emergencies (2009), 22(S2),

L'article fait le bilan de l'expérience de moyens de secours à accompagnement infirmier sur base de deux ans de données d'intervention. Il conclut de l'analyse statistique que le temps d'intervention est ... [more ▼]

L'article fait le bilan de l'expérience de moyens de secours à accompagnement infirmier sur base de deux ans de données d'intervention. Il conclut de l'analyse statistique que le temps d'intervention est réduit, que les actes posés sont comparables, et que la gestion de la douleur est améliorée. [less ▲]

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See detail2 and 3D Finite Element Modeling of Miscible Pollutant Transport in Groundwater, below the Unsaturated Zone
Radu, Jean-Pol ULg; Biver, P.; Charlier, Robert ULg et al

in Int. Conf. on Hydrodynamics, ICMD'94 (1994)

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See detail2 and 4-[18F]fluorotropapride, two specific D2 receptor ligand for PET.
Damhaut, Ph.; Cantineau, R.; Lemaire, Christian ULg et al

in European Journal of Nuclear Medicine (1991), 18

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See detail2 years of existence... Lessons learnt from CSDP modules for young officers
Paile, Sylvain ULg

Scientific conference (2011, September 28)

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See detail2 Years outcome of patients in unresponsive wakefulness syndrome/vegetative state and minimally conscious state
Cassol, Helena ULg; LEDOUX, Didier ULg; Thibaut, Aurore ULg et al

Poster (2017, March)

INTRODUCTION: Following severe acute brain damage, patients typically evolve from coma to an unresponsive wakefulness syndrome/vegetative state (UWS/VS; wakefulness without awareness) and later to a ... [more ▼]

INTRODUCTION: Following severe acute brain damage, patients typically evolve from coma to an unresponsive wakefulness syndrome/vegetative state (UWS/VS; wakefulness without awareness) and later to a minimally conscious state (MCS; fluctuating but consistent nonreflex behaviors). MCS is subcategorized in MCS+ (i.e., command following) and MCS- (i.e., visual pursuit, localization of noxious stimulation or contingent behaviours). Reliable and consistent interactive communication and/or functional use of objects indicate the next boundary – emergence from MCS (EMCS). To date, there is still no reliable predictive model of recovery from the UWS/VS and the MCS. A better understanding of patients' outcome would help in decisions regarding patients’ care and rehabilitation, as well as end-of-life decisions. METHODS: We collected demographic information, acute care history and longitudinal follow-up of patients in UWS/VS and MCS admitted in 15 expert centers in Belgium (via the Belgian Federal Public Service Health). Patients were evaluated at 1, 3, 6, 12 and 24 months post injury with the Coma Recovery Scale-Revised and the diagnosis was based on internationally accepted criteria of UWS/VS, MCS or EMCS. Results were considered significant at p<0.001. RESULTS: 24 months follow-up was available for 476 patients including 261 diagnosed in UWS/VS (88 traumatic, 173 non-traumatic) and 215 diagnosed in MCS (80 traumatic, 135 non-traumatic) one month after the injury. Patients who were in MCS one month after the insult were more likely to recover functional communication or object use after 24 months than patients in UWS/VS. Moreover, functional recovery occurred more often in MCS+ (79%) as compared to MCS- (29%), and mortality rate was more important in MCS- patients (68%) as compared to MCS+ (21%). Comparisons within UWS/VS and MCS groups based on etiology showed that traumatic patients had a better outcome at 24 months than non-traumatic patients. Among non-traumatic patients, no difference was found between anoxic patients and patients with other etiologies regarding functional recovery. CONCLUSION: Our study highlights that the outcome is significantly better for patients who are in MCS one month post-injury as compared to patients who remain in UWS/VS at that time. Concerning MCS patients, the outcome is significantly better for patients who are MCS+ one month post-injury as compared to patients who are MCS- at that time. This study also confirms that patients with traumatic etiology have better prognosis than patients with non-traumatic causes. [less ▲]

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