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See detailPain relief is not a confounder in joint space narrowing assessment of full extension knee radiographs in osteoarthritis structure-modifying drug trials
Pavelka, K.; Rovati, Lucio C; Gatterova, J. et al

in Osteoporosis International (2002, November), 13(Suppl.3), 19-20

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See detailPain-related fear predicts disability, but not pain severity : a path analytic approach of the fear-avoidance model
Gheldof, E. L.; Crombez, G.; Van den Bussche, E. et al

in European Journal of Pain (London, England) (2010)

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See detailPainful legs and moving toes: a syndrome with different physiopathologic mechanisms.
Schoenen, Jean ULg; Gonce, Michel ULg; Delwaide, P.

in Neurology (1984), 34(8), 1108-12

Six patients with the syndrome of "painful legs and moving toes" were studied. Although clinical differences were nonspecific, the EMG disclosed two subgroups: one with a simple, erratic pattern of ... [more ▼]

Six patients with the syndrome of "painful legs and moving toes" were studied. Although clinical differences were nonspecific, the EMG disclosed two subgroups: one with a simple, erratic pattern of spontaneous activities in foot and leg muscles, and the other with a complex alternating pattern in antagonistic muscles. In the first group, the physiopathologic mechanism is thought to act in the periphery: in the lumbar roots when local anesthesia of the posterior tibial nerve suppresses spontaneous discharges, or in the nerve trunk when it is ineffective. In the second group, the symptomatology may be generated centrally, implying a more general disturbance of sensorimotor control. [less ▲]

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See detailPainful legs and moving toes: démembrement clinique et physiopathologique du syndrome
Schoenen, Jean ULg; Gonce, Michel ULg; Delwaide, P. J.

in Acta Neurologica Belgica (1983), 83

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See detailPaints based on renewable materials
Olive, Gilles ULg; Richel, Aurore ULg

in BOOK OF SHORT ABSTRACTS - POSTER PRESENTATIONS 19TH NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON APPLIED BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (2014, February 07)

Paints, at the coating meaning, are known since a long time. Typically, paint is a dispersion of one or more powders (pigments and fillers) in a macromolecular substance ("resin"), called film-forming ... [more ▼]

Paints, at the coating meaning, are known since a long time. Typically, paint is a dispersion of one or more powders (pigments and fillers) in a macromolecular substance ("resin"), called film-forming material, diluted in solvents. Pigments are solid particles, used to give opacity and/or color. Today almost all pigments have a synthetic origin. The fillers are often natural compounds. Unlike pigments, fillers have low opacity and are colorless. These very cheap products achieve the required solid content under satisfactory economic conditions. Resins used in paints have the property of forming a continuous solid (hard or flexible) film under specific conditions. They are often called “resins”. They can be solid or liquid at room temperature. The solvents are used to control the viscosity of the paint in order to facilitate its production and application. The solvents used are volatile compounds. Additives are minor compounds (a few percent), whose function is to either promote or prevent some developments of the product. For example, surfactants improve the homogeneity of the dispersion. Some additives protect the film against mold or ultraviolet radiation, or against the formation of free radicals under the action of sunlight. Since the end of the 18th century most of those paints are petroleum-based. But the near disappearance of the petroleum causes a renewed interest in bio-based preparations. In this communication, we present an overview of bio-based alternatives. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Pair Beam Production Spectrum from Photon-Photon Annihilation in Cosmic Voids
Schlickeiser, Reinhard; Elyiv, Andrii ULg; Ibscher, D et al

in Astrophysical Journal (2012), 758(2), 18

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See detailPair trading : a time-varying cointegration approach
Babaei, Hamid; Muller, Aline ULg

Conference (2013, June 14)

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See detailPair trading: a dynamic cointegration approach
Muller, Aline ULg; Babaei, Hamid ULg

E-print/Working paper (2012)

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See detailPairing Properties of Bromouracil and Repair of Bromouracil-Containing DNA. Possible Utilization of Bromodeoxyuridine Triphosphate for Site-Directed Mutagenesis
Muller, Marc ULg; Martial, Joseph ULg; Verly, W. G.

in Biochemical Journal (1988), 253(3), 637-643

5-Bromo-2'-deoxyuridine triphosphate (Br-dUTP) and dTTP are used interchangeably for DNA synthesis in vitro by the Klenow fragment of Escherichia coli DNA polymerase I. When DNA containing Br-dUMP instead ... [more ▼]

5-Bromo-2'-deoxyuridine triphosphate (Br-dUTP) and dTTP are used interchangeably for DNA synthesis in vitro by the Klenow fragment of Escherichia coli DNA polymerase I. When DNA containing Br-dUMP instead of dTMP at a few preselected sites is transfected into competent bacteria, no mutation occurs, indicating that in vivo E. coli DNA polymerase always places a dAMP residue in front of any unrepaired Br-dUMP residue. On the other hand, in vitro Br-dUTP can also replace dCTP, but only with difficulty: when dCTP is absent, Br-dUMP can be forced in front of a dGMP residue, but the Klenow polymerase pauses before and after addition of Br-dUMP. Transfection into E. coli of the substituted DNA leads to the expected G----A transitions. These mutations can easily be targeted by using a suitable primer and the correctly chosen mix of deoxynucleoside triphosphates containing Br-dUTP. When Br-dUMP has been placed in front of a dGMP residue, the mutation yield is not 100%, showing a partial repair of the transfected DNA before it is replicated. Advantage can be taken of this partial repair to prepare a set of different mutations within a target region in a single experiment. [less ▲]

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See detailLa Paix de Fexhe de 1316 à 1477. Histoire et aperçu historiographique
Masson, Christophe ULg

Master of advanced studies dissertation (2005)

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See detailLa Paix de Fexhe, de sa rédaction à la fin de la principauté de Liège
Masson, Christophe ULg

in Bulletin de la Commission Royale des Anciennes Lois et Ordonnances de Belgique (2006), XLVII

The Peace of Fexhe has always been seen by the Liegeois as a constitutional treaty of paramount importance as it provided the principality of Liège with a representative assembly. Yet, this text, enacted ... [more ▼]

The Peace of Fexhe has always been seen by the Liegeois as a constitutional treaty of paramount importance as it provided the principality of Liège with a representative assembly. Yet, this text, enacted in 1316, remained in use until the end of the State of Liège. The present article focuses therefore on its history in order to determine the role it actually played in the political life of Liège at the end of the Middle Ages and during the Modern Times. What emerges is that, signed in a context of tension, the Peace of Fexhe really was a compromise signed between two parties exhausted by famine, not the victory of one over the other. Even though the treaty seems to record several claims of the opponents to the prince-bishop Adolphe de La Marck, it really is the latter who, in spite of what numerous historians believed, continued to direct the political game of Liège. Indeed, his arbitrators managed to counter the claims of their opponents through the insertion of clauses preventing any real upheaval within the principality. For Adolphe, this treaty is therefore a break in his quest for a total sovereignty. Following him, the prince-bishops of Liège strove in defence of their power, contravening if need be the text of 1316. The Liégeois appeared to us to have been perfectly aware of the limits of the Peace of Fexhe but they endeavoured to gloss over these in order to make the text an absolute reference in the domain of political claims and a revered rallying symbol. Then, it will be through the constant reminder of this treaty that various political claims arose, making it de facto the source of the “Liegian constitution”. Afterwards, the Liegeois had recourse to the Peace of Fexhe in order to legitimate their political options. However, it was absolutely not a general rule since several politicians close to the people, such as Thierry de Perwez or Raes de Heers did not make use of the text. On the contrary, it was within more “cultivated” circles, such as the municipal magistrates and the burgomasters, that the text was the less rarely used, whether it be at the time of the promulgation of the decisions of the Council of Trente or at the eve of the Liegian Revolution. Moreover, it is by its almost uninterrupted presence in the Liegian politics that the Peace of Fexhe asks the question of the administration of law in the principality. In spite of a common objective, punishing the abuse of power of the episcopal officers, it was in opposition over the question of the procedure with the Peaces of the XXII . Yet the Court of the XXII considered itself to be in charge of the defence of the Peace of Fexhe. Similarly, the capitulations of the prince-bishops swore to the respect of the text and court without fear of a contradiction that no one seemed to have wanted to highlight. This shows how deep it was rooted in the Liegian legal culture, even though the real action of the Peace of Fexhe through the centuries left few traces. In conclusion, the Peace of Fexhe owes its prestige to its recuperation by different political forces that used it as a battle flag, adapting it, contradicting it sometimes, to their claims. Thus, event though its exact stipulations were forgotten as soon as the end of the 16th century and it was then progressively completed, it survived in the imagination and built up its prestige on the additional meaning its utilisations provided it with, for, in Liège, who defends Fexhe defends the good right. [less ▲]

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See detailLa paix selon Spinoza
Herla, Anne ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2007)

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See detailLa paix, les armes à la main…
Kabamba, Bob ULg

in Politique : Revue de Débats (2004), (35), 18-19

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See detailLas palabras bajo las palabras. La teoría de los anagramas de Ferdinand de Saussure
Starobinski, Jean; Varela, Lía; Willson, Patricia ULg

Book published by Editorial Gedisa (1996)

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See detailLas palabras póstumas de Albert Camus
Ardissone, Diana; Willson, Patricia ULg

in Espacios de crítica y producción (1995), (16), 63-64

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See detailThe palaeobotanical record (macro- and micro-flora) of the Lower Devonian outcrop of Mezquita de Loscos (Teruel Province, Spain)
Cascales - Miñana, Borja ULg; Rial, Gonzalo; Sender, Luis Miguel et al

in Cascales - Miñana, Borja; Villanueva-Amadoz, Uxue; Diez, José B. (Eds.) Proceedings of the II Agora Paleobotanica Meeting (abstract book) (2013, July)

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See detailPalaeobotanical record of the lower Cretaceous fossil site "Horcajuelos-1" (upper Hauterivian - lower Barremian) from Salas de los Infantes (Burgos, Spain)
Sender, Luis Miguel; Villanueva-Amadoz, Uxue; Puente-Arauzo, Esteban et al

in Huerta-Hurtado, Pedro; Fernández-Baldor, Fidel T.; Canudo, Jose I. (Eds.) V International Symposium on Dinosaur Paleontology and its Environment (Special Volume) (2012)

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See detailThe Palaeocene/Eocene boundary section at Zumaia (Basque-Cantabric Basin) revisited: New insights from high-resolution magnetic susceptibility and carbon isotope chemostratigraphy on organic matter (δ 13C org)
Storme, Jean-Yves ULg; Devleeschouwer, X.; Schnyder, J. et al

in Terra Nova (2012), 24(4), 310-317

The Zumaia section, the most complete and representative section of the early Palaeogene (hemi)-pelagic succession of the Pyrenees, is widely acknowledged as a key reference for the Palaeocene-Eocene ... [more ▼]

The Zumaia section, the most complete and representative section of the early Palaeogene (hemi)-pelagic succession of the Pyrenees, is widely acknowledged as a key reference for the Palaeocene-Eocene boundary. New high-resolution δ 13C org of the Zumaia section (-23.8 to -28.8‰) confirms the position of the Carbon Isotope Excursion and enhances the distinction between the different steps of the CIE/PETM event. According to new magnetic susceptibility data and detailed cycle counting, the entire duration of the CIE/PETM in Zumaia is estimated in ∼168±16ka. Moreover, the investigation of palynofacies and low-field magnetic susceptibility reveal significant detrital influx during the interval. Several magnetic susceptibility phases and trends are recognised and are interpreted in terms of sea-level fluctuations before, during and after the PETM. Coupled with results from other sections, our data reveal the presence of an unconformity followed by an eustatic sea-level rise (TST) in the latest Palaeocene. © 2012 Blackwell Publishing Ltd. [less ▲]

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See detailPalaeocological reconstruction of the dinosaur site of Vallazmorra (Burgos) based on palynological data
Villanueva-Amadoz, Uxue; Diez, José B.; Pérez-Arlucea, Marta et al

Conference (2011, September)

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See detailPalaeoenvironmental context of the ‘black marble’ of Denée (Viséan, Belgium)
Mottequin, Bernard ULg; Poty, Edouard ULg

in Lambert, O.; Godefroid, P. (Eds.) Programme, Abstracts and Field Trips Guidebook (2009)

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