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See detailHaftung des säumigen Schuldners für Zufall. Von Gaius (D.16.3.14.1) bis zum Code civil
Gerkens, Jean-François ULg

in Tradition und Fortschritt im Recht, Jahrbuch Junger Zivilrechtswissenschaftler (1999)

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See detailDie Haftung des säumigen Schuldners für Zufall. Von Gaius D.16.3.14.1 bis zum Code civil
Gerkens, Jean-François ULg

in Ackermann, Thomas; Arnold, Arnd; Eckhardt, Diederich (Eds.) et al Tradition und Fortschritt im Recht: Bonner Tagung 8-11. September 1999 (1999)

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See detailHagiographie et politique autour de l’an mil : l’évêque de Liège Notger et l’abbaye de Stavelot-Malmedy
George, Philippe ULg; Kupper, Jean-Louis ULg

in « Scribere sanctorum gesta ». Recueil d’études d’hagiographie médiévale offert à Guy Philippart (2005)

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See detailHagiographie et statistique linguistique : étude d’un corpus de traductions médiolatines d’origine grecque
Philippart de Foy, Caroline ULg

Doctoral thesis (2008)

The dissertation considers a corpus of 35 hagiographic texts translated from Greek into Latin in the Middle Ages. This corpus is representative of the different stages in the history of hagiographic ... [more ▼]

The dissertation considers a corpus of 35 hagiographic texts translated from Greek into Latin in the Middle Ages. This corpus is representative of the different stages in the history of hagiographic translations and of the various centres of translation in Italy. Those translations are to be presented in a new and original way by studying from a linguistic point of view the Latin language used by the translators to render their Greek models and the techniques that were implemented to achieve those translations, considering them not individually but in a global and comparative way. Quantitative linguistics was chosen as a method in order to go through a large corpus and to compare numerous texts, to enlighten their characteristics and their common or opposite features on a lexical as well as a syntactical basis. [less ▲]

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See detailHagiographie hutoise
George, Philippe ULg

in Huy. Trésors d'Arts Religieux, Collégiale Notre-Dame, p. 14-18 (1984)

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See detailL’hagiographie latine de l’Ombrie méridionale : statistiques linguistiques et proximité rédactionnelle
Philippart de Foy, Caroline ULg; D'Angelo, Edoardo

in Studi Medievali (2013), LIV(1 (juin 2013)), 1-62

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See detailUne haine de chien
Mouton, Charles ULg

Book published by Dricot (2004)

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See detailHair care and anti-dandruff.
Henry, Frédérique ULg; Uhoda, Emmanuelle ULg; Franchimont, Claudine ULg et al

in Household and personal care (2007), supplement

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See detailHair cell progenitors: identification and regulatory genes
Bodson, Morgan ULg; Breuskin, Ingrid ULg; Lefèbvre, Philippe ULg et al

in Acta Oto-Laryngologica (2009), 10

Hair cell loss in higher vertebrates appears to be permanent. Progenitors that are quiescent in the organ of Corti are the best candidates for the restoration of the different cell types in the organ of ... [more ▼]

Hair cell loss in higher vertebrates appears to be permanent. Progenitors that are quiescent in the organ of Corti are the best candidates for the restoration of the different cell types in the organ of Corti. However, little is known about the presence of these progenitors and their capacity to differentiate into hair cells. This review will first highlight recent findings concerning the identification of progenitor cells that are able to proliferate and to differentiate into hair cells. Principal factors impinging on this process are then reviewed. Auditory hair cell progenitors have been identified and, under appropriate conditions, are capable of proliferating and differentiating into hair cells. Characterization of signals that maintain, expand and regulate these progenitors will be essential for the biomedical application of stem cell populations to restore hearing. [less ▲]

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See detailThe hair eclipse phenomenon: sharpening the focus on the hair cycle chronobiology.
Pierard, Claudine ULg; Petit, L.; Loussouarn, G. et al

in International Journal of Cosmetic Science (2003), 25(6), 295-9

Chronobiology governing the hair cycle is a fascinating and complex process. Both the hair growth cycle and the hair shaft growth are coordinated and depend on the interplay of different biological ... [more ▼]

Chronobiology governing the hair cycle is a fascinating and complex process. Both the hair growth cycle and the hair shaft growth are coordinated and depend on the interplay of different biological signals and various exogenous stimuli. A latency period may occur between hair shedding (teloptosis, exogen phase) and the early emergence of the next anagen VI stage. This lag time referred to on the hair eclipse phenomenon likely depends on the influence of a series of distinct synchronizers, and does not represent per se a peculiar hair cycle phase. It is the result of some dysregulations of the hair cycling, involving early teloptosis, delayed anagen I initiation or stunted hair growth at any stage between the anagen I and anagen V phases. As such, the hair eclipse phenomenon may be an erratic process occurring in physiopathological conditions affecting hair follicles singly or in focal to generalized patterns. It may be more frequent when it follows synchronized teloptosis occurring in telogen effluvium (newborn alopecia, post-partum alopecia, seasonal alopecia and alopecia areata). It may also be prominent when microinflammation is abutted on the permanent portion of the hair follicle as in dandruff, seborrhoeic dermatitis, androgenic alopecia and photoageing baldness. Local synchronizers such as growth factors and other mediators may eventually be lacking or involved in the hair eclipse phenomenon. Their identification and characterization might drive new corrective or preventive applications. [less ▲]

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See detailHair follicle involvement in herpes zoster
Nikkels, Arjen ULg; Pierard, Gérald ULg

in Virchows Archiv : An International Journal of Pathology (1997), 430

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See detailHair loss after terbinafine treatment
Richert, Bertrand ULg; Uhoda, I.; de LA BRASSINNE, Michel ULg

in British Journal of Dermatology (2001), 145

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See detailHair Loss after Varicella Zoster Virus
EL HAYDERI, Lara ULg; NIKKELS, Nazli ULg; Nikkels, Arjen ULg

in Case Reports in Dermatology (2013)

Varicella zoster virus (VZV) cutaneous infection occurs predominantly in epidermal and infundibular keratinocytes and accessorily in dermal dendritic cells. These latter cells play a role in cicatricial ... [more ▼]

Varicella zoster virus (VZV) cutaneous infection occurs predominantly in epidermal and infundibular keratinocytes and accessorily in dermal dendritic cells. These latter cells play a role in cicatricial processes. Two patients are presented with localized alopecia after VZV infection. A 4-year-old girl presented localized hair loss affecting about 20% of her upper right eyelash immediately following the resolution of the varicella skin lesions. No regrowth was observed after 3 months. An 80-year-old woman with a prior history of localized alopecia areata of the left occipital area presented severe left herpes zoster affecting the V1 and V2 dermatomes. At precisely the same site of the previous episode, a localized plaque of alopecia areata recurred. After topical corticosteroid therapy, a progressive hair regrowth occurred after about 3 months. These case reports are the first relating cutaneous VZV infection as the origin for permanent cicatricial alopecia and transitory alopecia areata. Localized hair loss should be added to the cutaneous complications of VZV skin infection. [less ▲]

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See detailHair Mercury and urinary cadmium levels in Belgian children and their mothers within the framework of the COPHES/DEMOCOPHES projects
PIRARD, Catherine ULg; Koppen, Gudrun; De Cremer, Koen et al

in Science of the Total Environment (2014), 472

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See detailHair weathering and hair capacitance mapping: a pilot study.
Franchimont, Claudine ULg; PIERARD, Gérald ULg

in Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology (2012), 11(3), 179-82

BACKGROUND: Currently, there is no reported objective method allowing confident assessment of hair hydration mapping. Thus, assessing hair moisture kinetics and versatility according to hair shaft damages ... [more ▼]

BACKGROUND: Currently, there is no reported objective method allowing confident assessment of hair hydration mapping. Thus, assessing hair moisture kinetics and versatility according to hair shaft damages and hair care products is difficult to perform. AIM: To explore a new method for assessing hair moisture. METHOD: A new method of hair capacitance mapping (HCM) is introduced for monitoring hair surface damage and hydration. This study was performed on intact and weathered hair locks. Samples were soaked in 10% solutions of regular shampoos or in tap water alone. HCM was performed using the SkinChip((R)) device based on a semiconductor image sensor technology. Time to complete water desorption from cuticular cells was recorded. RESULTS: Hair surface moisture was increased for <30 min after soaking in the shampoos or water alone. The method was sensitive enough to disclose a gradient of moisture from the base to the tip of the hair shafts. Weathered hairs lost their moisture more rapidly than intact hairs. CONCLUSION: Hair capacitance mapping appears to be a promising method in the assessment of the dynamics of hair surface moisture. [less ▲]

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See detailHalato-telechelic polymers. IV - Synthesis and dilute-solution behavior
Broze, Guy ULg; Jérôme, Robert ULg; Teyssié, Philippe

in Macromolecules (1982), 15(3), 920-927

Halato-telechelic polymers (HTP) result from the complete ionization of both ends of telechelic prepolymers. Their behavior in nonpolar solvents is characterized by a very abrupt increase of viscosity at ... [more ▼]

Halato-telechelic polymers (HTP) result from the complete ionization of both ends of telechelic prepolymers. Their behavior in nonpolar solvents is characterized by a very abrupt increase of viscosity at increasing concentration, so that gel formation is noted at concentrations as low as 1.5 gdL-'. The nature of the ion pairs, polarity of the medium, and temperature influence significantly the gel formation and prove its electrostatic origin. The depressive effect of any polar additive on the gelation requires drastic conditions in the synthesis of reproducible materials. In this respect, an efficient synthetic pathway has been proposed. The influence of molecular weight and end-to-end distance of the prepolymer shows the determinant role played by the polymeric backbone on the ion aggregation process. [less ▲]

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See detailHalato-telechelic polymers. VI. Viscoelastic properties of solutions of alkaline earth α, ω-dicarboxylatopolybutadiene
Broze, Guy ULg; Jérôme, Robert ULg; Teyssié, Philippe et al

in Macromolecules (1983), 16(6), 996-1000

Alkaline earth alpha,omega-dicarboxylatopolybutadienesd issolved in a nonpolar solvent (an= 4600) display an attractive thermorheological simplicity and exhibit a secondary relaxation characteristic of ... [more ▼]

Alkaline earth alpha,omega-dicarboxylatopolybutadienesd issolved in a nonpolar solvent (an= 4600) display an attractive thermorheological simplicity and exhibit a secondary relaxation characteristic of the ionic component. The shear-thickening character of these solutions is to be outlined. Their deformation mechanism is controlled by the stability and the mean size of the ionic multiplets formed by the carboxylate end groups. The electrostatic origin of the viscoelastic behavior observed is well established by its dependence on solvent, temperature, and cation size. [less ▲]

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See detailHalf-life of the c-erbB2 mRNA synthesized in human mammary adenocarcinoma cell lines.
Pasleau, Françoise ULg; Grooteclaes, M.; Gol-Winkler, R.

Poster (1991, June)

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