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See detailLes documents administratifs du recto du P.Vat. Gr. 11
Ricciardetto, Antonio ULg

in Amato, Eugenio; Marganne, Marie-Hélène (Eds.) Le traité "Sur l'exil" de Favorinos d'Arles. Papyrologie, philologie et littérature (2015, April 17)

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See detailDocuments as a source of information; Tabular packages' purposes, conflicts; Same space in matrices; Logic inferences
Merciadri, Luca ULg

E-print/Working paper (2015)

The various aspects of the title are considered.

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See detailDocuments historiques sur l'abbaye de Neufmoustier près de Huy
Kurth, Godefroid ULg

in Bulletin de la Commission Royale d'Histoire (1892), II, 1(5e série), 31

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See detailDocuments inédits sur le trésor des reliques de l'abbaye de Stavelot-Malmedy & dépendances (IXe-XVIIIe siècles)
George, Philippe ULg

in Bulletin de la Commission Royale d'Histoire (1987), CLIII et CLIII,

Edition des sources permettant l'identification des reliques de l'abbaye de Stavelot-Malmedy du Moyen Age à la fin de l'Ancien Régime

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See detailDocuments juridiques d’époque shakkanakku de Terqa
Colonna d'Istria, Laurent ULg

Scientific conference (2008, December 13)

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See detailDocuments officiels de la République romaine et du Principat d'Auguste (212a-14p)
Famerie, Etienne ULg

Book published by De Boccard (in press)

General corpus of all "documents" (treatises, senatusconsulta, edicts of magistrates) from the Roman Republic to Augustus preserved in Greek and Latin inscriptions and in literary sources

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See detailDocuments pratiques pour l'utilisation de la partie 1 de l'Eurocode 3
Jaspart, Jean-Pierre ULg

Poster (1998, March 23)

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See detailDocuments, textes, œuvres. Perspectives sémiotiques
Badir, Sémir ULg; Ablali, Driss; Ducard, Dominique

Book published by Presses Universitaires de Rennes (2014)

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See detailDOE synthesis for optical logic gate illumination
Roose, Stéphane ULg

in Lans, F.; Preuss, H.; Weigelt, G. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 15th Congress of the international commission for Optics: Optics in complex systems ICO-15 (1990, August 05)

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See detailDOE synthesis for optical logic gate illumination
Roose, Stéphane ULg

in Proceedings of OPTO 90 (1990, May 15)

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See detailDoes a patient's self-reported health-related quality of life predict survival beyond key biomedical data in advanced colorectal cancer?
Efficace, F.; Bottomley, A.; Coens, C. et al

in European Journal of Cancer (2006), 42(1), 42-9

The purpose of this study was to determine whether baseline patients' self reported health-related quality of life (HRQOL) parameters could predict survival beyond key biomedical prognostic factors in ... [more ▼]

The purpose of this study was to determine whether baseline patients' self reported health-related quality of life (HRQOL) parameters could predict survival beyond key biomedical prognostic factors in patients with metastatic colorectal cancer. The analysis was conducted on 299 patients. HRQOL baseline scores were assessed using the European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer, Quality of Life Questionnaire-Core30 (EORTC QLQ-C30). The Cox proportional hazards regression model was used for both univariate and multivariate analyses of survival. In addition, a bootstrap resampling technique was used to assess the stability of the outcomes. The final multivariate Cox regression model retained four variables as independent prognostic factors for survival: white blood cell (WBC) count with a hazard ratio (HR) of 1.961 (95% CI, 1.439-2.672; P<0.001), alkaline phosphatase with HR=1.509 (95% CI, 1.126-2.022; P=0.005), number of sites involved with HR=1.108 (95% CI, 1.024-1.198; P=0.01) and the patient's score on the social functioning scale with HR=0.991 (95% CI, 0.987-0.996; P<0.001) which translates into a 9% decrease in the patient's hazard of death for any 10 point increase. The independent prognostic importance of social functioning and the stability of the final Cox regression model were also confirmed by the additional bootstrap model averaging analysis, based on 1000 bootstrap-generated samples. The results suggest that social functioning, acts as a prognostic measure of survival beyond a number of previously known biomedical parameters. [less ▲]

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See detailDoes a patient's self-reported health-related quality of life predict survival beyond key biomedical data in advanced colorectal cancer? (vol 42, pg 42, 2006)
Efficace, Fabio; Bottomley, Andrew; Coens, Corneel et al

in European Journal of Cancer (2007), 43(3), 633-633

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See detailDoes accelerated GIS development hamper possible application ?
Donnay, Jean-Paul ULg

in Geographic Information Research at the Millennium (1997)

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See detailDoes Acepromazine reduce the cardiovascular toxicity of Norepinephrine in the horse
Péters, P; Pequito, M; Sandersen, Charlotte ULg et al

in Proceedings of the Congress of Veterinary Anesthesia (2005)

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See detailDoes an Acute COPD Crisis Modify the Cardiorespiratory and Ventilatory Adjustments to Exercise in Horses?
Art, Tatiana ULg; Duvivier, Dominique Hannia; Votion, Dominique ULg et al

in Journal of Applied Physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985) (1998), 84(3), 845-52

The present study was conducted to understand better the mechanisms leading to the decrease in exercise capacity observed in horses suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Five COPD ... [more ▼]

The present study was conducted to understand better the mechanisms leading to the decrease in exercise capacity observed in horses suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Five COPD horses were submitted to a standardized submaximal treadmill exercise test while they were in clinical remission or in acute crisis. Respiratory airflow, O2 and CO2 fractions in the respired gas, pleural pressure changes and heart rate were recorded, and arterial and mixed venous blood were analyzed for gas tensions, hemoglobin, and plasma lactate concentrations. O2 consumption, CO2 production, expired minute ventilation, tidal volume, alveolar ventilation, cardiac output, total pulmonary resistance, and mechanical work of breathing were calculated. The results showed that, when submaximally exercised, COPD horses in crisis were significantly more hypoxemic and hypercapnic and that their total pulmonary resistance and mechanical work of breathing were significantly higher and their expired minute ventilation significantly lower than when they were in remission. However, their O2 consumption remained unchanged, which was probably due to the occurrence of compensatory mechanisms, i.e., higher heart rate, cardiac output, and hemoglobin concentration. Last, their net anaerobic metabolism seemed to be more important. [less ▲]

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See detailDoes annual repetition of estrous induction influence the fertility of goats after A.I. at a fixed time ?
Drion, Pierre ULg; Furstoss, V.; Baril, G. et al

in Biotechnologie, Agronomie, Société et Environnement = Biotechnology, Agronomy, Society and Environment [=BASE] (2001), 5(1), 28-29

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See detailDoes Belgian bioethanol comply with European Renewable Energy Directive ?
Belboom, Sandra ULg; Bodson, Bernard ULg; Léonard, Angélique ULg

Poster (2013, November)

The craze for biofuels has increased in recent years mainly to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and fossil fuel consumptions. The European Renewable Energy Directive (RED), published in 2009, defined ... [more ▼]

The craze for biofuels has increased in recent years mainly to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and fossil fuel consumptions. The European Renewable Energy Directive (RED), published in 2009, defined guidelines to assess carbon footprint of a biofuel depending on biomass source. It also provided generic values of GHG emissions relative to each step of the life cycle taking into account all steps from the cultivation to the end-of-life. These values are used to evaluate the sustainability of European biofuels depending on the used crops and the used transformation technology. This study, based on local crops cultivated in Belgium (sugar beet and wheat), compares specific Belgian values with European generic ones. Belgium yields for both crops are among the best of the continent. Specific Belgian values for fertilizers and pesticides are used. The transformation of wheat into bioethanol is modelled using industrial data. As recommended by the RED, no land use change is taken into account for Belgium. Greenhouse gas emissions induce by the life cycle of Belgium sugar beet bioethanol are similar to the ones mentioned in the European directive but impact repartition is different. In our case, the transformation step achieves a higher part of the impact. That can be explained by the higher cultivation yield. Belgian wheat bioethanol obtains better results than those mentioned by the European directive with a 9% higher reduction. Cultivation step is the major step for this impact. Importance of fertilizers consumptions and associated emissions are highlighted. The comparison of both bioethanols impacts for climate change category, using an energy basis, shows that wheat allows a higher reduction of GHG emissions than sugar beet. If the comparison is performed on a cultivated area basis, results are reversed and sugar beet achieves a twofold reduction compared with wheat. Sensitivity analyses are performed on the importance of N fertilizers and associated emissions and on energy consumptions relative to the transformation step. These analyses reveal non-negligible impact variations. A range of GHG reduction that can be reached using Belgian sugar beet and wheat bioethanol are then calculated. In any case, sugar beet does not achieve the amount of reduction given by the RED, while the opposite effect is shown for wheat with a reduction at least as high as the RED default value. These results indicate the importance of make use of specific values to assess the sustainability of bioethanol for a specific country using a specific crop and a specific technology. Further measurements and research about emission factors due to fertilizers application could improve the accuracy of our results. [less ▲]

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