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See detailPériodicité de la Variable Spectrale omega Oph
Renson, Pierre ULg; Maitzen, H. M.

in Astronomy and Astrophysics (1978), 65

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See detailPériodicité semi-diurne des mouvements apparents d'un pendule libre dans le premier vertical
Folie, François ULg

in Bulletin de la Classe des Sciences. Académie Royale de Belgique (1904), 12

The author answers to an objection about the diurnal nutation by applying a criterion to his pendulum observations made from 13 to 16 August 1904.

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See detailPériodicités probables des étoiles Ap xi Phe et HD 30849
Renson, Pierre ULg

in Astronomy and Astrophysics (1979), 77

A few photometric observations made by Vogt and Faundez (1979) for xi Phe and HD 30849 allow to deduce that the variations are probably periodic. The most probable periods are given. These variations are ... [more ▼]

A few photometric observations made by Vogt and Faundez (1979) for xi Phe and HD 30849 allow to deduce that the variations are probably periodic. The most probable periods are given. These variations are large for Ap stars, chiefly in HD 30849, and mainly in v. [less ▲]

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See detailLes périodiques juridiques au Congo belge
Braillon, Charlotte ULg

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See detailPeriodontal condition in Belgian patients with acute or chronic heart disease
Geerts, Sabine ULg; Charpentier, Joseph; Albert, Adelin ULg et al

Poster (2001)

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See detailPeriodontal condition in Belgian patients with acute or chronic heart disease
Geerts, Sabine ULg; Charpentier, Joseph ULg; Albert, Adelin ULg et al

in Journal of Dental Research (2002, December), 81(Sp. Iss. B), 240-240

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See detailPeriodontal infections as potential risk factors for cardiovascular diseases
Geerts, Sabine ULg; Legrand, Victor; Rompen, Eric ULg

Poster (1997)

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See detailPeriodontal infections as potential risk factors for coronary heart diseases
Geerts, Sabine ULg; Legrand, Victor; Rompen, Eric ULg

in Journal of Clinical Periodontology (1997), 11

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See detailPeriodontal infections as potential risk factors for coronary heart diseases
Geerts, Sabine ULg; Legrand, Victor; Rompen, Eric ULg

Poster (1997)

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See detailPeriodontitis as potential risk factor for coronary heart disease
Geerts, Sabine ULg; Legrand, Victor; Rompen, Eric ULg

in Journal of Dental Research (1998), 77

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See detailPeriodontitis as potential risk factor for coronary heart disease
Geerts, Sabine ULg; Nys, Monique; Legrand, Victor et al

Poster (1999)

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See detailPeriodontitis as potential risk factor for coronary heart disease
Geerts, Sabine ULg; Legrand, Victor; Rompen, Eric ULg

Poster (1998)

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See detailPerioperative management of a child with von Willebrand disease undergoing surgical repair of craniosynostosis: looking at unusual targets.
Maquoi, Isabelle ULg; Bonhomme, Vincent ULg; Born, Jacques Daniel et al

in Anesthesia and Analgesia (2009), 109(3), 720-4

We report the successful management of a craniosynostosis repair in a child with severe Type I von Willebrand disease diagnosed during the preoperative assessment and treated by coagulation factor VIII ... [more ▼]

We report the successful management of a craniosynostosis repair in a child with severe Type I von Willebrand disease diagnosed during the preoperative assessment and treated by coagulation factor VIII and ristocetin cofactor. Collaboration among the anesthesiologist, the neurosurgeon, the clinical pathologist, and the pediatric hematologist is important for successful management. [less ▲]

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See detailPeriotontitis as a risk factor for coronary heart disease
Geerts, Sabine ULg; Nys, Monique; Legrand, Victor et al

Poster (1999)

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See detailPeripheral "chicken" obestatin administration does not affect feed intake and gut muscle contractility of meat-type and layer-type chicks (Gallus gallus domesticus).
Song, Zhigang; Verhulst, Pieter-Jan; Ansari, Zarbakht et al

in Regulatory peptides (2012), 177(1-3), 60-7

Obestatin has recently been discovered in the rat stomach. As for ghrelin, the 23-amino acid obestatin is also derived from post-translational processing of the prepro-ghrelin gene but seems to have ... [more ▼]

Obestatin has recently been discovered in the rat stomach. As for ghrelin, the 23-amino acid obestatin is also derived from post-translational processing of the prepro-ghrelin gene but seems to have opposite effects on feed intake. In avian species, ghrelin is mainly present in the proventriculus and decreases feed intake, as opposed to its orexigenic properties in mammals. An obestatin-like sequence was also found in the avian ghrelin precursor protein but the potential involvement of this peptide in appetite regulation of chickens is unclear. We therefore investigated the effects of a single peripheral administration of this predicted "chicken" obestatin peptide on voluntary feed intake of 7- to 9-day-old meat-type and layer-type chicks. "Chicken" obestatin was injected intraperitoneally or intravenously at a dose of 1 nmol or 10 nmol/100 g body weight and feed intake was measured up to 4 h post injection. None of these treatments did reveal any effect of the putative "chicken" obestatin on appetite of either meat-type of layer-type chicks. Furthermore, "chicken" obestatin also failed to affect the in vitro contractility of muscle strips from crop and proventriculus. In conclusion, in the given experimental settings, the putative "chicken" obestatin has indistinctive physiological effects on feed intake and in vitro muscle contractility of gut segments, and hence its functional properties in ingestive behavior of avian species remain obscure. [less ▲]

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See detailThe peripheral analgesic effects of opiods
Joris, Jean ULg; Hargreaves, Kenneth M

in APS Journal (1993), 2(1), 51-59

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See detailPeripheral benzodiazepine receptor (PBR) ligand cytotoxicity unrelated to PBR expression
Hans, Grégory ULg; Wislet, Sabine ULg; Lallemend, François et al

in Biochemical Pharmacology (2005), 69(5), 819-830

Some synthetic ligands of the peripheral-type benzodiazepine receptor (PBR), an 18 kDa protein of the outer mitochondrial membrane, are cytotoxic for several tumor cell lines and arise as promising ... [more ▼]

Some synthetic ligands of the peripheral-type benzodiazepine receptor (PBR), an 18 kDa protein of the outer mitochondrial membrane, are cytotoxic for several tumor cell lines and arise as promising chemotherapeutic candidates. However, conflicting results were reported regarding the actual effect of these drugs on cellular survival ranging from protection to toxicity. Moreover, the concentrations needed to observe such a toxicity were usually high, far above the affinity range for their receptor, hence questioning its specificity. In the present study, we have shown that micromolar concentrations of FGIN-1-27 And Ro 5-4864, two chemically unrelated PBR ligands are toxic for both PBR-expressing SK-N-BE neuroblastoma cells and PBR-deficient Jurkat lymphoma cells. We have thereby demonstrated that the cytotoxicity of these drugs is unrelated to their PBR-binding activity. Moreover, Ro 54864-induced cell death differed strikingly between both cell types, being apoptotic in Jurkat cells while necrotic in SK-N-BE cells. Again, this did not seem to be related to PBR expression since Ro 5-4864-induced death of PBR-transfected Jurkat cells remained apoptotic. Taken together, our results show that PBR is unlikely to mediate all the effects of these PBR ligands. They however confirm that some of these ligands are very effective cytotoxic drugs towards various cancer cells, even for reputed chemoresistant tumors such as neuroblastoma, and, surprisingly, also for PBR-lacking tumor cells. (C) 2004 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. [less ▲]

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See detailPeripheral blood B-cell death compensates for excessive proliferation in lymphoid tissues and maintains homeostasis in bovine leukemia virus-infected sheep.
Debacq, Christophe; Gillet, Nicolas ULg; Asquith, Becca et al

in Journal of Virology (2006), 80(19), 9710-9719

The size of a lymphocyte population is primarily determined by a dynamic equilibrium between cell proliferation and death. Hence, lymphocyte recirculation between the peripheral blood and lymphoid tissues ... [more ▼]

The size of a lymphocyte population is primarily determined by a dynamic equilibrium between cell proliferation and death. Hence, lymphocyte recirculation between the peripheral blood and lymphoid tissues is a key determinant in the maintenance of cell homeostasis. Insights into these mechanisms can be gathered from large-animal models, where lymphatic cannulation from individual lymph nodes is possible. In this study, we assessed in vivo lymphocyte trafficking in bovine leukemia virus (BLV)-infected sheep. With a carboxyfluorescein diacetate succinimidyl ester labeling technique, we demonstrate that the dynamics of lymphocyte recirculation is unaltered but that accelerated proliferation in the lymphoid tissues is compensated for by increased death in the peripheral blood cell population. Lymphocyte homeostasis is thus maintained by biphasic kinetics in two distinct tissues, emphasizing a very dynamic process during BLV infection. [less ▲]

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