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See detailL'épaule un carrefour complexe
WANG, François-Charles ULg; LOZZA, Alessandro

Conference (2014, June 04)

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WANG, François-Charles ULg

Conference (2014, October 04)

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See detailEpaules douloureuses et instables
Kaux, Jean-François ULg

Learning material (2013)

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See detailEpdémiosurveillance de l'encéphalopathie spongiforme bovine en Belgique : bilan de l'année 1999
Saegerman, Claude ULg; Dechamps, P.; Roels, S. et al

in Annales de Médecine Vétérinaire (2001), 145

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See detailUne épée pour saint Pierre ? Les princes français et le Grand Schisme d’Occident
Masson, Christophe ULg

in Moyen Age (Le) (in press), CXX(III-IV),

Afin d’assurer le succès des idées premières – prétentions territoriales ou guerre sainte – qui ne pouvait passer que par des entreprises militaires de grande ampleur, on les légitima par une autre série ... [more ▼]

Afin d’assurer le succès des idées premières – prétentions territoriales ou guerre sainte – qui ne pouvait passer que par des entreprises militaires de grande ampleur, on les légitima par une autre série d’idées, plus à même de mobiliser les énergies, et donc les armes. La défense du pape d’Avignon fut l’occasion pour Louis Ier, Louis II – dans une moindre mesure – et Louis Ier d’Orléans de financer leurs troupes à destination de Naples, pour les deux premiers, de Milan, pour le dernier. De la même manière, dans le cas de Boucicaut et de sa lutte contre les Infidèles, il fallait prendre la place de lieutenant du roi à Gênes pour, ensuite, profiter des ressources militaires, en l’occurrence maritimes, de la toujours riche république marchande. Aussi, pour répondre à la question que pose cet ouvrage, on peut affirmer qu’idées et armes furent interdépendantes lors de ces conflits ayant comme point de mire la foi, une foi qui s’effaça très souvent derrière les ambitions seigneuriales des protagonistes [less ▲]

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See detailL'Epervieux de Maheux et les moutons du Larzac, ou les deux France des Goncourt
Denis, Benoît ULg

in Discours social (2008), XXX

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See detailEphemeral State Assisted Discovery of Peer-to-peer Networks
Martin, Sylvain ULg; Leduc, Guy ULg

in Boutaba, Raouf; Brunner, Marcus; Schmid, Stefan (Eds.) 1st IEEE Workshop on Autonomic Communications and Network Management (2007, May)

In the past few years there has been an impressive number of proposals for application-specific overlays or peerto-peer networks. However the procedure to bootstrap peers in those networks has remained an ... [more ▼]

In the past few years there has been an impressive number of proposals for application-specific overlays or peerto-peer networks. However the procedure to bootstrap peers in those networks has remained an under-researched topic, typically left as an implementation detail. In this paper, we first study the performance of history lists, a common decentralised bootstrap mechanism used in P2P applications. We then investigate how some lightweight network support, such as Ephemeral State, could help build a P2P application that would not depend on any centralised mechanism to discover other peers. [less ▲]

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See detailÉphémérides pour 2012
Daubercies, Laurence ULg

in Cahiers Voltaire : Revue Annuelle de la Société Voltaire (2012)

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See detailEphrin-A5/EphA4 signalling controls specific afferent targeting to cochlear hair cells.
Defourny, Jean; Poirrier, Anne-Lise; Lallemend, Francois et al

in Nature Communications (2013), 4

Hearing requires an optimal afferent innervation of sensory hair cells by spiral ganglion neurons in the cochlea. Here we report that complementary expression of ephrin-A5 in hair cells and EphA4 receptor ... [more ▼]

Hearing requires an optimal afferent innervation of sensory hair cells by spiral ganglion neurons in the cochlea. Here we report that complementary expression of ephrin-A5 in hair cells and EphA4 receptor among spiral ganglion neuron populations controls the targeting of type I and type II afferent fibres to inner and outer hair cells, respectively. In the absence of ephrin-A5 or EphA4 forward signalling, a subset of type I projections aberrantly overshoot the inner hair cell layer and invade the outer hair cell area. Lack of type I afferent synapses impairs neurotransmission from inner hair cells to the auditory nerve. By contrast, radial shift of type I projections coincides with a gain of presynaptic ribbons that could enhance the afferent signalling from outer hair cells. Ephexin-1, cofilin and myosin light chain kinase act downstream of EphA4 to induce type I spiral ganglion neuron growth cone collapse. Our findings constitute the first identification of an Eph/ephrin-mediated mutual repulsion mechanism responsible for specific sorting of auditory projections in the cochlea. [less ▲]

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See detailEphrinA1 inactivates integrin-mediated vascular smooth muscle cell spreading via the Rac/PAK pathway.
Deroanne, Christophe ULg; Vouret-Craviari, Valerie; Wang, Bingcheng et al

in Journal of Cell Science (2003), 116(Pt 7), 1367-76

Interactions between the Eph receptor tyrosine kinase and ephrin ligands transduce short-range signals regulating axon pathfinding, development of the cardiovascular system, as well as migration and ... [more ▼]

Interactions between the Eph receptor tyrosine kinase and ephrin ligands transduce short-range signals regulating axon pathfinding, development of the cardiovascular system, as well as migration and spreading of neuronal and non-neuronal cells. Some of these effects are believed to be mediated by alterations in actin dynamics. The members of the small Rho GTPase family elicit various effects on actin structures and are probably involved in Eph receptor-induced actin modulation. EphrinA1 is proposed to contribute to angiogenesis as it is strongly expressed at sites of neovascularization. Moreover, angiogenic factors induce the expression of ephrinA1 in endothelial cells. In this study, using rat vascular smooth muscle cells (VSMCs), we investigated the contribution of the small Rho GTPases in ephrinA1-induced integrin inactivation. EphrinA1 did not significantly affect early adhesion of VSMCs on purified laminin or fibronectin, but strongly impaired cell spreading. The Rho kinase inhibitor Y-27632 partly reversed the ephrinA1 effect, suggesting involvement of Rho in this model. However, inhibition of RhoA synthesis with short interfering (si)RNA had a modest effect, suggesting that RhoA plays a limited role in ephrinA1-mediated inhibition of spreading in VSMCs. The ephrinA1-mediated morphological alterations correlated with inhibition of Rac1 and p21-activated kinase 1 (PAK1) activity, and were antagonized by the expression of a constitutively active Rac mutant. Moreover, repression of Rac1 synthesis with siRNA amplifies the ephrinA1-induced inhibition of spreading. Finally, sphingosine-1-phosphate (S1P), a lipid mediator known to inhibit Rac activation in VSMCs amplifies the ephrinA1 effect. In conclusion, our results emphasize the role of the Rac/PAK pathway in ephrinA1-mediated inhibition of spreading. In this way, ephrinA1, alone or in synergy with S1P, can participate in blood vessel destabilization, a prerequisite for angiogenesis. [less ▲]

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See detailEpi Info - Manuel d’utilisation
Donneau, Anne-Françoise ULg

Learning material (2006)

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See detailEpic Proportions: Post-Epic Verse-Novels and Postcolonial Critique
Burkitt, Katharine ULg

Doctoral thesis (2007)

My thesis is based on the premise that verse-novels occupy a marginalised and contested position in contemporary literature: as they tread the generic boundaries of poetry and prose writing, they are ... [more ▼]

My thesis is based on the premise that verse-novels occupy a marginalised and contested position in contemporary literature: as they tread the generic boundaries of poetry and prose writing, they are always marked by their incongruous nature. This makes for uncomfortable reading as expectations are disrupted and undermined, and, for the poet, the adoption of the verse-novel form becomes both a risky and consciously political move. Each of the verse-novels that I consider is self-conscious of its anomalous generic affiliations and utilises them in order to replicate the postcolonial politics of the text. These texts all engage with the verse-novel form in different ways and draw attention to its problematic and marginal nature. This is used to highlight their postcolonial nature, as they are all concerned with matters of racial and national identity in a world where these categories are complicated. The commonality in these works is their relationships with epic form, in this thesis I identify this as a post-epic mode of writing. My study is based on the relationship between poetic form and postcolonial critique; it focuses upon three texts: the Australian poet Les Murray’s Fredy Neptune, the Canadian poet Anne Carson’s Autobiography of Red, and British writer Bernardine Evaristo’s The Emperor’s Babe. These texts and their authors call for a reconsideration of postcolonialism; this is both demonstrative of a conceptual shift towards global notions of identity, whilst also being problematic in terms of the political commitment of the texts. Each of these works demonstrates an awareness of the contradictory nature of their positions as they shy away from utopian visions. In line with this, my aim is to demonstrate the way in which the self-reflexive employment of experimental poetry compliments an engagement with the transformative aspect of contemporary postcolonial politics. [less ▲]

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See detailL'épicéa en Wallonie : Etat de la ressource, perspectives de production et qualité du bois
Rondeux, Jacques ULg; Laurent, C.

in Bulletin de la Société Royale Forestière de Belgique = Tijdschrift van de Koninklijke Belgische Bosbouwmaatschappij (1985), 92(numéro spécial), 14-24

L'épicéa commun (Picea Abies KARST) est de loin l'essence la mieux représentée au sein de la forêt wallonne. Aussi, dans une perspective de valorisation de la production ligneuse des pessières, est-il ... [more ▼]

L'épicéa commun (Picea Abies KARST) est de loin l'essence la mieux représentée au sein de la forêt wallonne. Aussi, dans une perspective de valorisation de la production ligneuse des pessières, est-il essentiel de disposer d'informations aussi complètes que possible sur les caractéristiques des peuplements, sur leur accroissement et leurs possibilités futures d'exploitation ainsi que sur la qualité technologique du bois d'épicéa. Des recherches menées depuis plusieurs années à la Faculté des Sciences Agronomiques de Gembloux dans le domaine de la production des essences résineuses, des inventaires forestiers et de la valorisation des produits ligneux permettent aujourd'hui d'apporter des éléments de réponse à la plupart de ces questions. Nous caractériserons d'abord l'état actuel des peuplements d'épicéa en considérant, d'une part, les surfaces occupées selon divers critères et, d'autre part, les volumes sur pied (paragraphe 2). Nous tenterons ensuite, par simulation, de prévoir la production à venir des peuplements d'ici 20 ans et la quantité annuelle moyenne de matériel exploitable selon deux "stratégies" de traitement (paragraphe 2). Nous présenterons enfin, les premiers résultats d'une étude fouillée portant sur les principales propriétés technologiques du bois d'épicéa (paragraphe 3). [less ▲]

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See detailLes épiciers : entre associations et concurrence
Delvaux, Anne-Catherine ULg

in Joris, Freddy (Ed.) Le XIXe siècle verviétois (2002)

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See detailEpiclèses et polythéisme dans l'île de Cos
Paul, Stéphanie ULg

Scientific conference (2009, April 22)

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See detailEpicuticular Factors Involved In Host Recognition For The Aphid Parasitoid Aphidius Rhopalosiphi
Muratori, Frédéric; Le Ralec, Anne; Lognay, Georges ULg et al

in Journal of Chemical Ecology (2006), 32(3), 579-593

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See detailEpiddémiologie des lésions de l'encéphale chez l'enfant en-dessous de 1500g
Battisti, Oreste ULg; Danhaive, Olivier; Detry, Joelle et al

Conference (1991)

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See detailEpidemic spreading in a finite-precision BA model
Ababou, Malika ULg; Vandewalle, Nicolas ULg; MOUSSA, Najem et al

in Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications (2011)

The Barabasi-Albert (BA) model with finite-precision preferential attachment is used to build a wide range of network structures. Spreading epidemics and collective dynamics are investigated on such ... [more ▼]

The Barabasi-Albert (BA) model with finite-precision preferential attachment is used to build a wide range of network structures. Spreading epidemics and collective dynamics are investigated on such complex networks. Numerical simulations reveal a transition from an exponential scaling to a power law distribution of link numbers per node along with the increase of the tuning parameter ω. The collective synchronization induced by Susceptible- Infected-Recovered-Susceptible (SIRS) epidemiological process is shown to depend on the topological structure of the network. [less ▲]

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See detailEpidémie à Acinetobacter anitratus: un réservoir inédit
MELIN, Pierrette ULg

Conference (1997, November 18)

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See detailL'épidémie au cinéma : de l'infiniment grand à l'infiniment petit
De Re, Margaux ULg

Master's dissertation (2014)

« You know where this comes from, shaking hands? It was a way of showing a stranger you weren't carrying a weapon in the old days. » Contagion, Steven Soderbergh, 2011 For decades film directors, inspired ... [more ▼]

« You know where this comes from, shaking hands? It was a way of showing a stranger you weren't carrying a weapon in the old days. » Contagion, Steven Soderbergh, 2011 For decades film directors, inspired by numerous novelists, have exploited the epidemic in various ways: as a general historical context to tell another story (Isle of the Dead, Robson, 1945), as a medical topic at the heart of an investigation (Medical Investigation, Horwitch, 2004), or as a process allowing the proliferation of zombies (Resident Evil, Anderson, 2000) or even vampires (Daybreakers, Spierig, 2010). This work aims at theorising a fascinating and surprising topic – which goes as far as haunting public restrooms with the “Stop Germs: Wash Your Hands” signs – and to offer an overview of films that are very present on our screens and yet absent from scholarly works about cinema. By combining the analysis of photography with that of narrative, this research tries to address issues which may seem, at first sight, plain and transparent (showing the epidemic is showing contaminated individuals) but prove to be, in practice, much more complex (how can contamination be represented since this microscopic phenomenon is invisible to the eye?). The developed method leans on science and the ties between epidemic, contagion and contamination in order to establish an approach going from the more general (epidemic, which belongs to the global and is illustrated as far as the film’s synopsis) to the more particular (contamination, which falls under the interpersonal and is represented only in precise sequence of the film). Beyond questions about cinema or narrative in the strict sense, this final dissertation aims at exploring the other side of epidemic: the collective imaginary it creates. Indeed, the way cinema represents these phenomena indicates a certain conception of epidemic, which spreads from a film to the other, from a viewer to the other. [less ▲]

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