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See detailEn un gardin (édition et traduction des pièces en ancien et moyen français du livret
Henrard, Nadine ULg

in En un gardin. Les quatre saisons de l'Ars Nova, Manuscrits de Stavelot, Mons Utrecht, Leiden, CD musical (2009)

Révision de l'édition et traduction des pièces en ancien et moyen français dans le livret accompagnant le CD musical (œuvres de Jean Vaillant, Guillaume de Machaut et chansons anonymes)

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See detail(EN) NOVEL INULIN FRACTIONS, PREPARATION AND USE
Blecker, Christophe ULg; Razafindralambo, Hary ULg; CHEVALIER, J. P. et al

Patent (2001)

The invention concerns novel inulin fractions, characterised by endothermal peaks of differential calorimetric analysis and by domains of polymerising degree, methods for obtaining said fractions by ... [more ▼]

The invention concerns novel inulin fractions, characterised by endothermal peaks of differential calorimetric analysis and by domains of polymerising degree, methods for obtaining said fractions by fractionating solutions, solutions saturated or dispersed with inulins, hydrocolloidal compositions and gels obtained with said fractions, and uses of said fractions in food composition or the like. [less ▲]

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See detailEn/Gendering Representations of Childbirth in Fifteenth-Century Franco-Flemish Devotional Manuscripts
L'Estrange, Elizabeth ULg

Doctoral thesis (2004)

Representations of childbirth in fifteenth-century devotional and historical manuscripts are invariably depicted as post-partum confinement scenes in a domestic interior. These images appear to show a ... [more ▼]

Representations of childbirth in fifteenth-century devotional and historical manuscripts are invariably depicted as post-partum confinement scenes in a domestic interior. These images appear to show a ‘gendered space’ in which women care for each other and men are marginalized. Neglected by medieval art historians, such pictures have been uncritically used by historians of obstetric and social history to prove that childbirth was the one time when medieval women exercised power and control in an otherwise patriarchal society. However, as with all historical evidence, these images do not offer us unmediated access to the past. This thesis brings these domestic, post-partum pictures of childbirth to the centre of an art historical enquiry by undertaking a survey of this iconography in some fifty fifteenth-century manuscripts and incunables. Since the occurrence of this generic iconography cannot be consistently associated with female spectators, it has been necessary to reassess in what way they might be en/gendered: how they were received by their original viewers (male and female) and how we can bring them into meaning as sources for reconstructing the lives of medieval women. To avoid equating these images with reality and reducing the female sex at large to the maternal function, I develop a methodology to show how the social viewing positions occupied by certain spectators would have rendered them sensitive to images of maternity and childbirth. Specifically, I argue that the images of childbirth in a group of fifteenth-century Books of Hours made for male and female members of the houses of Anjou and Brittany would have been seen with a ‘situational eye’ that was informed by the requirements of patriarchal, aristocratic families, and by the dangers surrounding childbirth. My thesis demonstrates that this situational eye can be extended beyond the field of art history to show how other sources from fifteenth-century childbearing such as charms, lying-in, and churching, can be brought into meaning for the women whose social position required them to conceive and give birth to male heirs. [less ▲]

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See detailEN1198-5 training : computation examples
Cerfontaine, Benjamin ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2011)

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See detailEnabling Access to Diverse Bioactive Molecules Through Enyne Metathesis Concepts
Dragutan, Ileana; Dragutan, Valerian; Demonceau, Albert ULg et al

in Current Organic Chemistry (2013), 17(22), 2678-2720

This paper surveys recent advances in valorization of transition-metal-catalyzed enyne metathesis as key events in the total synthesis of naturally occurring compounds of biological and medicinal ... [more ▼]

This paper surveys recent advances in valorization of transition-metal-catalyzed enyne metathesis as key events in the total synthesis of naturally occurring compounds of biological and medicinal importance. Special attention is devoted to methodologies based on dienyne ring-closing metathesis (RCM) applied in tandem and sequential processes, on relay ring-closing metathesis (RRCM), ring-rearrangement metathesis (RRM), enyne cross-metathesis (CM) and enyne skeletal bond reorganization, all proceeding under metalcarbenes (Ru or Mo alkylidenes) or metal-salts (Pd or Pt) catalysis. The high potential of these procedures in constructing versatile scaffolds as essential structural cores of a diversity of bioactive natural products is highlighted. Inventive functionalizations by non-metathesis transformations intervening in the total synthesis of the targeted natural compounds, prior to (Michael addition, Wittig olefination, allylation etc.) or after (Diels-Alder cycloaddion, Heck and Suzuki-Miyaura reactions, Dess-Martin oxidation, dihydroxylation, epoxidation etc.) the pivotal metathesis step have also been included. [less ▲]

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See detailEnantiomer separation of N-protected amino acids by non-aqueous capillary electrophoresis and high-performance liquid chromatography with tert.-butyl carbamoylated quinine in either the background electrolyte or the stationary phase
Piette, Véronique; Lammerhofer, M.; Lindner, W. et al

in Journal of Chromatography. A (2003), 987(1-2), 421-427

A non-aqueous CE method was developed for evaluating the chiral discrimination potential of cinchona alkaloids and different kinds of carbamoylated derivatives of quinine and quinidine type chiral ... [more ▼]

A non-aqueous CE method was developed for evaluating the chiral discrimination potential of cinchona alkaloids and different kinds of carbamoylated derivatives of quinine and quinidine type chiral selectors towards acidic analytes, in particular a series of various Bz (benzoyl), DNB (3,5-dinitrobenzoyl) and DNZ (3,5-dinitrobenzyloxycarbonyl) amino acid derivatives. In this study, the enantioselectivity values obtained in non-aqueous CE with tert-butyl carbamoylated quinine as chiral additive have been compared with the values found for the same series of selectands in HPLC using the same selector immobilized onto silica as chiral stationary phase. Similarly to the background electrolyte used in CE an ethanol-methanol mixture (60:40, v/v) containing 100 mM octanoic acid and 12.5 mM ammonia has been selected as HPLC mobile phase. Under these conditions, a good correlation (r=0.954) between the enantioselectivities observed with the two techniques has been obtained. Thus the non-aqueous CE method can be applied as a screening tool for the rapid evaluation of the chiral discrimination potential of a large set of newly developed chiral selectors derived from quinine and related alkaloids. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved. [less ▲]

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See detailEnantiomeric separation of acidic and basic drugs by capillary electrophoresis using neutral and anionic cyclodextrins
Fillet, Marianne ULg; Bechet, I.; Schomburg, G. et al

in Journal de Pharmacie de Belgique (1996), 51

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See detailEnantiomeric separation of acidic compounds using single-isomer amino cyclodextrin derivatives in nonaqueous capillary electrophoresis
Fradi, Inès; Servais, Anne-Catherine ULg; Pedrini, Matteo et al

in Electrophoresis (2006), 27(17), 3434-3442

The enantiomeric separation of a series of acidic pharmaceuticals (mostly nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) has been investigated in NACE systems using single-isomer amino beta-CD derivatives. The ... [more ▼]

The enantiomeric separation of a series of acidic pharmaceuticals (mostly nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) has been investigated in NACE systems using single-isomer amino beta-CD derivatives. The first part of this study consisted of the selection of the basic experimental conditions to separate efficiently the enantiomers of acidic drugs. Several parameters, such as the nature of the ionic BGE components, were studied and a methanolic solution of ammonium acetate containing the cationic CD was selected as BGE. A D-optimal design with 20 experimental points was then applied and the nature and concentration of the CD were found to have a significant effect on the enantiomeric resolution for all studied compounds. Resolution (R(s)) values were always higher with 6-monodeoxy-6-mono(3-hydroxy)propylamino-beta-CD (PA-beta-CD) compared to those obtained with 6-monodeoxy-6-mono(2-hydroxy)propylamino-beta-CD (IPA-beta-CD). However, the latter led to shorter migration times. Generic NACE conditions were then selected by means of the multivariate approach in order to obtain the highest R(s) values in a minimum amount of time. Finally, dependence of separation selectivity, resolution, as well as mobility difference on chiral selector concentration was discussed and binding constants with PA-beta-CD were estimated for the two enantiomers of one of the model compounds, suprofen in these NACE systems. [less ▲]

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