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See detailInulin incorporation in the pig diet as alternative to growth promoters : effect on specific systemic immunity ?
Rossi, Florence; Cox, E.; Goddeeris, B. et al

in EMBO Workshop on Molecular medicine of the gut, (1999, August)

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See detailInulin incorporation in the weaned pig diet: intestinal coliform interaction and effect on specific systemic immunity.
Rossi, Florence; Cox, E.; Goddeeris, B. et al

in Lindberg, J. E.; Ogle, B. (Eds.) Digestive physiology in pigs. Proceedings of the 8th Symposium, SwedishUniversity of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden, 20-22 June 2000 (2001)

In the wider framework of the search for the alternatives for the preventive use of antobiotics, the present experiments have shown that inulin could interfere in vitro with the adhesion of a pathogenic ... [more ▼]

In the wider framework of the search for the alternatives for the preventive use of antobiotics, the present experiments have shown that inulin could interfere in vitro with the adhesion of a pathogenic coliform to the intestinal porcine mucosa. Moreover, a first immunization experiment pointed towards a systemic specific immunomodulation (increase in IgA and IgM titres) by inulin after a boost with intramuscularly injected bovine thyroglobulin (BT). [less ▲]

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See detailInulin incorporation in the weaning piglet diet as alternative to growth promoters.
Rossi, Florence; Cox, Eric; Godderis, B. et al

Conference (1999)

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See detailInulin: its physicochemical properties and technological functionality.
Blecker, Christophe ULg; Chevalier, J. P.; Herck, J C van et al

in Recent Research Developments in Agricultural & Food Chemistry (2001), 5

This review examines the present state of knowledge on the physicochemical properties and technological functionality of inulin. First, structure and conformation are described. Secondly, solubility and ... [more ▼]

This review examines the present state of knowledge on the physicochemical properties and technological functionality of inulin. First, structure and conformation are described. Secondly, solubility and gelation are precisely detailed. Finally, the numerous advantages offered by this functional food are described. [less ▲]

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See detailInv(12)(Q15q24): A Nonrandom Change Associated with Myelodysplasia?
Scantamburlo, Gabrielle ULg; Lampertz, serge; Jamar, Michelle ULg et al

in Cancer Genetics & Cytogenetics (2000), 121(2), 206-7

A patient with refractory anemia and a paracentric inversion of chromosome 12, inv(12)(q15q24), is described. This is the second reported case with this chromosome anomaly, suggesting that this ... [more ▼]

A patient with refractory anemia and a paracentric inversion of chromosome 12, inv(12)(q15q24), is described. This is the second reported case with this chromosome anomaly, suggesting that this rearrangement is a rare but nonrandom change associated with myelodysplastic syndromes. [less ▲]

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See detailInvalidation du gène Rhcg de la famille rhésus
Biver, Sophie ULg

Conference (2004, February 19)

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See detailL'invariabilité de la hauteur du pôle opposée aux variations de la latitude
Folie, François ULg

in Revue des Questions Scientifiques (1893), 33

The author defends his theory of the initial nutation

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See detailInvariances et ruptures dans le Mercosur
Santander, Sébastian ULg

in Santander, Sébastian (Ed.) Relations internationales et régionalisme. Entre dynamiques internes et projections mondiales (2012)

Cette contribution se penche sur le mode de gouvernance régionale mis en place au travers du Marché commun du sud (Mercosur). En vingt ans d’existence, ce dernier est parvenu à se doter d’une série de ... [more ▼]

Cette contribution se penche sur le mode de gouvernance régionale mis en place au travers du Marché commun du sud (Mercosur). En vingt ans d’existence, ce dernier est parvenu à se doter d’une série de stratégies et d’institutions communes. Il se démarque par sa nature multidimensionnelle et partant se veut une forme de laboratoire des modes de coopération dans des domaines aussi variés que l’économie, le commerce, l’enseignement ou le politique. Toutefois, l’intégration régionale est définie et contrôlée principalement par les États qui la composent et la défense des intérêts nationaux se fait souvent au détriment des engagements communautaires occasionnant d’âpres conflits intrarégionaux. Cette situation révèle les grandes difficultés des instances régionales à résoudre sereinement les différends entre États. Enfin, contrairement aux prédictions, le nationalisme économique et radicalisme politique de cette dernière décennie ne favorisent pas la consolidation de l’intégration et la cohésion régionale. [less ▲]

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See detailInvariances et ruptures dans le régionalisme sud-américain
Santander, Sébastian ULg

in Fédéralisme - Régionalisme (2011), 11, 1

Le présent article se penche sur l'intégration régionale en Amérique du Sud et en particulier sur le Marché commun du sud. Il analyse la dynamique interne de l'intégration et identifient les acteurs ... [more ▼]

Le présent article se penche sur l'intégration régionale en Amérique du Sud et en particulier sur le Marché commun du sud. Il analyse la dynamique interne de l'intégration et identifient les acteurs dominant. Il se penche également sur les stratégies et institutions communes afin de déceler la nature même de l'intégration. [less ▲]

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See detailInvariant bidifferential operators on tensor densities over a contact manifold
Mathonet, Pierre ULg

in Letters in Mathematical Physics (1999), 48(3), 251-261

The spaces of tensor densities over a manifold M are modules over the Lie algebra Vect (M) of vector fields over the manifold. When M is a contact manifold, one can consider the algebra C(M) of vector ... [more ▼]

The spaces of tensor densities over a manifold M are modules over the Lie algebra Vect (M) of vector fields over the manifold. When M is a contact manifold, one can consider the algebra C(M) of vector fields which preserves the contact structure. If the manifold is endowed with a contact projective structure, there is an embedding of the linear symplectic algebra sp (2n+2,R) in C(M). In this Letter, we determine the C(M)- and the sp(2n+2,R)-invariant bidifferential operators on tensor densities. [less ▲]

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See detailInvariant games
Duchêne, Eric; Rigo, Michel ULg

in Theoretical Computer Science (2010), 411

In the context of 2-player removal games, we define the notion of invariant game for which each allowed move is independent of the position it is played from. We present a family of invariant games which ... [more ▼]

In the context of 2-player removal games, we define the notion of invariant game for which each allowed move is independent of the position it is played from. We present a family of invariant games which are variations of Wythoff's game. The set of P-positions of these games are given by a pair of complementary Beatty sequences related to the irrational quadratic number $\alpha_k = (1; \overline{1, k})$. We also provide a recursive characterization of this set. [less ▲]

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See detailInvariant games
Duchêne, Eric; Rigo, Michel ULg

Conference (2009, September)

In the context of 2-player removal games, we define the notion of invariant game for which each allowed move is independent of the position it is played from. We present a family of invariant games which ... [more ▼]

In the context of 2-player removal games, we define the notion of invariant game for which each allowed move is independent of the position it is played from. We present a family of invariant games which are variations of Wythoff's game. The set of P-positions of these games are given by a pair of complementary Beatty sequences related to the irrational quadratic number $\alpha_k = (1; \overline{1, k})$. We also provide a recursive characterization of this set. [less ▲]

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See detailInvariant games and non-homogeneous Beatty sequences
Rigo, Michel ULg

Scientific conference (2015, January 08)

The aim of this talk is to introduce some notions arising in combinatorial game theory and make the connection with combinatorics on words. We characterize all pairs of complementary non-homogenous Beatty ... [more ▼]

The aim of this talk is to introduce some notions arising in combinatorial game theory and make the connection with combinatorics on words. We characterize all pairs of complementary non-homogenous Beatty sequences (A_n)n≥0 and (B_n)n≥0 for which there exists an invariant game having exactly {(A_n,B_n)∣n≥0}∪{(B_n,A_n)∣n≥0} as set of P-positions. Using the notion of Sturmian word and tools arising in symbolic dynamics and combinatorics on words, this characterization can be translated to a decision procedure relying only on a few algebraic tests about algebraicity or rational independence. Given any four real numbers defining the two sequences, up to these tests, we can therefore decide whether or not such an invariant game exists. [less ▲]

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See detailInvariant «electromagnetic» tensors for some subgroups of the conformal group of space-time
Beckers, Jules ULg; Jaminon, Martine ULg

in Journal of Physics : A Mathematical & General (1979), 12

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See detailLes invariants adiabatiques en dynamique stellaire
Briquet, Maryline ULg

Master's dissertation (1998)

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See detailInvasion and metastatic dissemination in breast cancer: mechanisms
Noël, Agnès ULg; Gilles, Christine ULg; Foidart, Jean-Michel ULg

in Revue Médicale de Liège (2011), 66(5-6), 274-278

Metastases formation is a complex process involving genetic and epigenetic modifications leading to several molecular pathway dysfunctions and alterations in the production and fonction of a panel of ... [more ▼]

Metastases formation is a complex process involving genetic and epigenetic modifications leading to several molecular pathway dysfunctions and alterations in the production and fonction of a panel of molecular mediators. Recent studies have shed light on the importance of multiple interactions occuring between tumor cells and host cells involved in the elaboration of a microenvironment permissive for tumor cell survival and growth. These tumor-host interactions are decisive, not only in the primary tumor, but also in secondary sites colonized by tumor cells. Cancer appears more and more as a sytemic disease in which tumor cell is one of the pawn in the game. System of defense are rapidly overwhelmed and tumor cells hijack host cells to promote their dissemination that likely occurs at earlier stages than initially anticipated. In the present review, we describe the novel concepts of metastases formation based on recent transcriptomic analyses and new insights acquired on the tumor microenvironment in the primary tumor and in secondary foci. [less ▲]

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See detailInvasion and MMP expression profile in desmoid tumours.
Denys, H.; De Wever, O.; Nusgens, Betty ULg et al

in British Journal of Cancer (2004), 90(7), 1443-9

Desmoid tumours are locally invasive soft tissue tumours in which beta-catenin mediated TCF-dependent transcription is activated. The role of soluble factors secreted by the myofibroblastic desmoid tumour ... [more ▼]

Desmoid tumours are locally invasive soft tissue tumours in which beta-catenin mediated TCF-dependent transcription is activated. The role of soluble factors secreted by the myofibroblastic desmoid tumour, which could stimulate tumour invasiveness, was investigated. Using collagen gel invasion assays, the presence of factors stimulating invasion in desmoid conditioned media (CM) could be established. Since matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) have been implicated in the process of tumoral invasion, the expression levels of the MMP family members were evaluated. Quantitative reverse transcription-PCR was used to determine the expression levels of MMP1, MMP2, MMP3, MMP7, MMP11, MMP12, MMP13, MMP14 and the inhibitors TIMP1, TIMP2 and TIMP3. Besides overexpression of MMP7, a known TCF-dependent target gene, a striking upregulation of the expression levels of MMP1, MMP3, MMP11, MMP12 and MMP13 in desmoid tumours, compared to unaffected fibroblasts from the same patients, was found. Treating the CM of desmoids with a synthetic and a physiologic MMP inhibitor reduced the invasion-stimulating capacity of the desmoid CM by approximately 50%. These results suggest the involvement of soluble factors, released by the desmoid cells, in stimulating invasion and implicate the MMPs as facilitators of invasion. [less ▲]

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See detailInvasion by Fallopia japonica increases topsoil mineral nutrient concentrations
Dassonville, Nicolas; Vanderhoeven, SONIA ULg; Gruber, Wolf et al

in Ecoscience (2007), 14(2), 230-240

Fallopia japonica is one of the most troublesome alien invasive plants across temperate regions, with large negative impacts on plant species diversity. We examined its impacts on topsoil chemistry and ... [more ▼]

Fallopia japonica is one of the most troublesome alien invasive plants across temperate regions, with large negative impacts on plant species diversity. We examined its impacts on topsoil chemistry and nutrient stocks in standing biomass at 6 sites with contrasting resident plant communities in Belgium. Topsoil and biomass were sampled in invaded and closely adjacent uninvaded plots. Standing biomass and mineral nutrient concentrations in soil (ammonium acetate exchangeable cations and P, total C, and N) and plants were determined. Soil under F. japonica generally had higher exchangeable nutrient concentrations (Cu: +45%, K: +34%, Mg: +49%, Mn: +61%, P: +44%, Zn: +75%). Standing biomass was 3- to 13-fold higher depending on site. Despite lower nutrient concentrations in aboveground biomass, invaded stands had 3.2- to 5.4-fold larger nutrient stocks in aboveground biomass compared to the resident vegetation. We conclude that F. japonica enhances nutrient cycling rates and topsoil fertility, probably due to nutrient uplift. The impacts were greatest in sites with low nutrient concentrations in uninvaded plots, suggesting that F. japonica may contribute to soil homogenization in invaded landscapes. [less ▲]

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