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See detailL’huile de palme et ses alternatives : aspects technologiques
Danthine, Sabine ULg; Lefebure, Emilie ULg

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See detailHuile de poisson et facteurs de risque d'athérosclérose, un plus par rapport au régime hypolipemiant classique?
Krzesinski, Jean-Marie ULg; Pissart, M. C.; Rorive, Georges ULg

in Revue Médicale de Liège (1990), 45(6), 296-302

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See detaill'huile végétale sous la loupe
Danthine, Sabine ULg

Conference (2013, April 20)

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See detailLes huiles essentielles : cas de l'Ylang-Ylang (Conférence plénière)
De Rotschild, Aude; Benini, Céline; Fauconnier, Marie-Laure ULg

Scientific conference (2014, May 15)

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See detailLes Huiles Essentielles et l'Aromathérapie
Angenot, Luc ULg

Learning material (2012)

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See detailLes huiles essentielles
Rotschild, Aude; Benini, Céline; Fauconnier, Marie-Laure ULg

Scientific conference (2014, May 14)

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See detailHuis clos et conciliation en matière familiale
Grella, Vanessa ULg

in Lecocq, Pascale (Ed.) Chronique de droit à l’usage des juges de paix et de police (2011)

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See detailHuit notices et "Bibliographie sommaire" dans le catalogue du Musée en Plein Air du Sart-Tilman
Duchesne, Jean-Patrick ULg

in Catalogue du Musée en Plein Air du Sart-Tilman (1987)

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See detailHuitième campagne de fouilles à Tell Beydar
Van der Stede, Véronique ULg; Talon, Philippe

in Annales d'Histoire de l'Art et d'Archéologie (2000), XXII

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See detailHet hulpgesprek
Faulx, Daniel ULg

Report (2006)

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See detailHuman - ovine comparative sequencing of a 250 kilobase imprinted domain encompassing the callipyge (clpg) gene and identification of six imprinted transcripts: DLK1, DAT, GTL2, PEG11, antiPEG11 and MEG8
Charlier, Carole ULg; Segers, K.; Wagenaar, D. et al

in Genome Research (2001), 11

Two ovine BAC clones and a connecting long-range PCR product, jointly spanning ∼250 kb and representing most of theMULGE5-OY3 marker interval known to contain the clpglocus, were completely sequenced. The ... [more ▼]

Two ovine BAC clones and a connecting long-range PCR product, jointly spanning ∼250 kb and representing most of theMULGE5-OY3 marker interval known to contain the clpglocus, were completely sequenced. The resulting genomic sequence was aligned with its human ortholog and extensively annotated. Six transcripts, four of which were novel, were predicted to originate from within the analyzed region and their existence confirmed experimentally: DLK1, DAT, GTL2, PEG11, antiPEG11, and MEG8. RT-PCR experiments performed on a range of tissues sampled from an 8-wk-old animal demonstrated the preferential expression of all six transcripts in skeletal muscle, which suggests that they are under control of common regulatory elements. The six transcripts were also shown to be subject to parental imprinting: DLK1, DAT, andPEG11 were shown to be paternally expressed and GTL2,antiPEG11, and MEG8 to be maternally expressed. [less ▲]

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See detailThe human 37kDa laminin receptor precursor/p40 ribosomal associated protein multigene family : structure of the active gene and chromosomal location at 3p21.3
Jackers, Pascale ULg; Minoletti, Fabiola; Belotti, Dorina et al

in Cell Biology International (1996), 20

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See detailHuman and Quail Aromatase Activity Is Rapidly and Reversibly Inhibited by Phosphorylating Conditions
Charlier, Thierry ULg; Harada, Nobuhiro; Balthazart, Jacques ULg et al

in Endocrinology (2011), 152(11), 4199-210

Besides their slow genomic actions, estrogens also induce rapid physiological responses. To be functionally relevant, these effects must be associated with rapid changes in local concentrations of ... [more ▼]

Besides their slow genomic actions, estrogens also induce rapid physiological responses. To be functionally relevant, these effects must be associated with rapid changes in local concentrations of estrogens. Rapid changes in aromatase activity (AA) controlled by calcium-dependent phosphorylations of the enzyme can alter in a rapid manner local estrogen concentrations, but so far this mechanism was identified only in the avian (quail) brain. We show here that AA is also rapidly down-regulated by phosphorylating conditions in quail ovary homogenates and in various cell lines transfected with human aromatase (HEK 293, Neuro2A, and C6). Enzymatic activity was also rapidly inhibited after depolarization of aromatase-expressing HEK 293 cells with 100 mm KCl, and activity was fully restored when cells returned to control conditions. Western blot analysis demonstrated that the reduction of enzymatic activity is not due to protein degradation. We next investigated by site-directed mutagenesis the potential implication in the control of AA of specific aromatase residues identified by bioinformatic analysis. Mutation of the amino acids S118, S247, S267, T462, T493, or S497 to alanine, alone or in combination, did not block the rapid inhibition of enzymatic activity induced by phosphorylating conditions, but basal AA was markedly decreased in the S118A mutant. Altogether, these results demonstrate that the rapid inhibition of AA is a widespread and fully reversible process and that phosphorylation of specific residues modulate AA. These processes provide a new general mechanism by which local estrogen concentration can be rapidly altered in the brain and other tissues. [less ▲]

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See detailHuman and rat prolactin and preprolactin cloned genes
Cooke, Nancy; Baxter, John; Martial, Joseph ULg

Patent (1988)

A DNA which comprises a deoxynucleotide sequence coding for prolactin, particularly human prolactin, is described. A transfer vector and an expression vector containing this DNA and microorganisms ... [more ▼]

A DNA which comprises a deoxynucleotide sequence coding for prolactin, particularly human prolactin, is described. A transfer vector and an expression vector containing this DNA and microorganisms transformed by these vectors are also described. A method for preparing a reverse transcript (cDNA) from a messenger RNA is also disclosed herein. The invention described herein was made in the course of, or under, a grant from the National Institutes of Health. [less ▲]

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See detailThe human antenatal and neonatal growth revisited
Battisti, Oreste ULg

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See detailHuman Anti-Alpha-Galactosyl Igg Reduces the Lung Colonization by Murine Mo4 Cells
Castronovo, Vincenzo ULg; Foidart, Jean-Michel ULg; Li Vecchi, M. et al

in Invasion & Metastasis (1987), 7(6), 325-45

The lung colonization of MO4 cells, a highly malignant murine cell line, is strongly reduced in syngeneic C3H/He mice by a prior incubation with anti-alpha-galactosyl antibody (alpha-Gal Ab), a natural ... [more ▼]

The lung colonization of MO4 cells, a highly malignant murine cell line, is strongly reduced in syngeneic C3H/He mice by a prior incubation with anti-alpha-galactosyl antibody (alpha-Gal Ab), a natural IgG antibody present in high titers in all normal human sera and specifically recognizing Gal alpha(1----3) structures (alpha-D-galactopyranosyl; alpha-D-Galp). The protective effect is due to a binding of alpha-Gal Ab to alpha-D-Galp end groups of MO4 cells, inducing both an increase in their sequestration into the liver and the spleen and a decrease in their sequestration into the lung. The F(ab')2 fragments of this antibody also exhibit a protective effect by inhibiting the homing of MO4 cells into the lung, without modifying their accumulation into the spleen and the liver. Since both the antibody and the alpha-galactosidase pretreatments of MO4 cells block their subsequent attachment to murine laminin in vitro, we suggest that, in this model, the lung colonization may be dependent on the alpha-D-Galp end groups exposed on the surface of MO4 cells. [less ▲]

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See detailHuman anti-animal antibodies interference in the Siemens Immulite chemiluminescent insulin immuno-assay: about one case
Cavalier, Etienne ULg; Huberty, Véronique; Carlisi, Ignazia ULg et al

in Clinica Chimica Acta (2011), 412(7-8), 668-669

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