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See detailLa lactation : rappels physiologiques et induction. Applications à l'espèce bovine.
Hanzen, Christian ULiege

in Annales de Médecine Vétérinaire (1979), 123

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See detailLa lactation de saint Bernard
Oger, Cécile ULiege

in Duchesne, Jean-Patrick (Ed.) L'art sacré dans tous ses états à travers les collections de l'Université (2012)

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See detailLactation effect on stable isotope ratios and mercury levels in the blood of northern elephant seals
Habran, Sarah ULiege; Debier, Cathy; Lepoint, Gilles ULiege et al

Poster (2006, October 27)

Female northern elephant seals, Mirounga angustirostris, fast entirely during nursing while their pups may quadruple in weight over the 25-day suckling period. Stable carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios ... [more ▼]

Female northern elephant seals, Mirounga angustirostris, fast entirely during nursing while their pups may quadruple in weight over the 25-day suckling period. Stable carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios (d13C and d15N used as diet markers) and total mercury concentrations (Hg) were measured in tissues (blood cells, serum, full blood, milk and blubber) from 20 mother-pup pairs on day 4 and 21 of lactation. A systematic difference was observed between isotopic values in blood cells and serum of the mothers, linked to diet and distinct biochemical composition between blood components. d13C differed between inner and outer blubber layers and were similar between inner blubber and milk. High Hg concentrations (up to 350 ng.g-1 ww at the beginning of lactation) were found in the blood of mother elephant seals linked to their high d15N values in blood cells. Hg transfer through placenta and milk was observed between mothers and pups. A significant increase of blood Hg concentration in mothers (+285 ng.g-1ww) and a decrease in pups (-93 ng.g-1ww) were observed between days 4 and 21 of lactation. Both processes were explained by a remobilization of proteins and lipids during fasting and milk production in mothers and by a dilution of Hg in pups due to their high mass increase during this period. To conclude, physiological processes and body condition should be considered carefully when interpreting stable isotope ratios and Hg concentrations in the framework of biomonitoring. [less ▲]

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See detailLactation effect on the trace element dynamics in northern elephant seals (Mirounga angustirostris)
Habran, Sarah ULiege; Debier, Cathy; Lepoint, Gilles ULiege et al

Conference (2007, November 30)

Northern elephant seals, Mirounga angustirostris, are exceptional mammals: females fast entirely during nursing while their pups may quadruple in weight over the 25-day suckling period. Females thus lose ... [more ▼]

Northern elephant seals, Mirounga angustirostris, are exceptional mammals: females fast entirely during nursing while their pups may quadruple in weight over the 25-day suckling period. Females thus lose approximately a third of body mass and produce energy-rich milk with a high fat content. Stable carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios (d13C and d15N used as diet markers) and total mercury concentrations (Hg) were measured in tissues (blood cells, serum, full blood, milk and blubber) from 20 mother-pup pairs on days 4 and 21 of lactation. A systematic difference was observed between isotopic values in blood cells and serum of the mothers, linked to diet and distinct biochemical composition between blood components. d13C differed between inner and outer blubber layers and were similar between inner blubber and milk. High Hg concentrations (up to 350 ng.g-1ww at the beginning of lactation) were found in the blood of mother elephant seals linked to their high d15N values in blood cells. Hg transfer through placenta and milk was observed between mothers and pups. A significant increase of blood Hg concentration in mothers (+285 ng.g-1ww) and a decrease in pups (-93 ng.g-1ww) were observed between days 4 and 21 of lactation. Both processes were explained by a remobilization of proteins and lipids during fasting and milk production in mothers and by a dilution of Hg in pups due to their high mass increase during this period. This study confirms that lactation modifies stable nitrogen isotope ratios in tissues, as well as mercury levels in blood from mothers and pups, and highlights the existence of a transplacental and transmammary transfer of mercury in northern elephant seals. Therefore, physiological processes and body condition should be considered carefully when interpreting stable isotope ratios and Hg concentrations in the framework of biomonitoring. [less ▲]

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See detailLactobacillus acidophilus encapsulation by spray drying
Zgoulli, Slim; Sabri, Ahmed ULiege; Thonart, Philippe ULiege

Poster (1993, June)

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See detailLactobacillus Acidophilus microencapsulation by spray-drying.
Zgoulli, S.; Gilsoul, J. J.; Gerard, J. et al

Poster (1993, June)

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See detailLe lactobezoar: une cause méconnue d'abdomen aigu
Kalenga, Masendu ULiege; Lagae, Donatienne; RIGO, Vincent ULiege

Poster (2013, March 15)

Le lactobezoar, agglomération pathologique de particules de lait et de mucus, peut causer chez le prématuré une obstruction digestive et mimer un abdomen aigu. La prise en charge est le plus souvent ... [more ▼]

Le lactobezoar, agglomération pathologique de particules de lait et de mucus, peut causer chez le prématuré une obstruction digestive et mimer un abdomen aigu. La prise en charge est le plus souvent médicale. [less ▲]

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See detailLactone end-capped poly(ethylene oxide) as a new building block for biomaterials
Rieger, Jutta ULiege; Bernaerts, Katrien V.; Du Prez, Filip E et al

in Macromolecules (2004), 37(26), 9738-9745

This paper reports on the synthesis of a novel poly(ethylene oxide) (PEO) macromonomer, which can be copolymerized with epsilon-caprolactone (epsilon-CL) by ring-opening polymerization (ROP). PEO chains ... [more ▼]

This paper reports on the synthesis of a novel poly(ethylene oxide) (PEO) macromonomer, which can be copolymerized with epsilon-caprolactone (epsilon-CL) by ring-opening polymerization (ROP). PEO chains end-capped by an epsilon-caprolactone unit (gammaPEO(.)CL) have been synthesized by living anionic ring-opening polymerization of ethylene oxide (EO) initiated by the potassium alkoxide of 1,4-dioxaspiro[4.5]decan-8-ol, followed by derivatization of the acetal into a ketone and the Baeyer-Villiger oxidation of the ketone into a lactone. The end-capping of PEO by epsilon-CL was assessed by FTIR, MALDI-TOF, and H-1 NMR spectroscopy. This type of macromonomer is a precursor of amphiphilic comblike copolymers consisting of a biodegradable hydrophobic backbone of poly-(epsilon-caprolactone) (PCL) and hydrophilic PEO grafts. Copolymerization of gammaPEO(.)CL with epsilon-CL was successfully initiated by aluminum alkoxide. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Lactoperoxidase System, a natural and biological control of apple’s postharvest diseases
Bafort, Françoise ULiege; Jijakli, Haissam ULiege; Perraudin, Jean-Paul

Conference (2012, May 22)

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See detailThe Lactoperoxidase System, a natural and biological control of potato late blight
Bafort, Françoise ULiege; Jijakli, Haissam ULiege; Perraudin, Jean-Paul

Conference (2012, June 27)

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See detailTHE LACTOPEROXIDASE SYSTEM, A NATURAL BIOCHEMICAL BIOCONTROL AGENT FOR PRE- AND POST-HARVEST APPLICATIONS
Bafort, Françoise ULiege; Parisi, Olivier ULiege; Perraudin, Jean-Paul et al

in Journal of Phytopathology (2017), 165(1), 22-34

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See detailThe Lactoperoxidase System, a soft chemical method to control of potato late blight
Bafort, Françoise ULiege; Jijakli, Haissam ULiege; Perraudin, Jean-Paul

Poster (2012, May 07)

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See detailLe lactosérum en alimentation porcine
Boudry, Christelle ULiege; Maquet, Pierre; Montfort, Elise

Article for general public (2012)

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See detailLacunarity, fractal, and magnetic transition behaviors in a generalized Eden growth-process
Vandewalle, Nicolas ULiege; Ausloos, Marcel ULiege

in Physical Review. E : Statistical Physics, Plasmas, Fluids, and Related Interdisciplinary Topics (1994), 50(2), 635-638

The effect of an internal extra degree of freedom introduced into the simplest growth model (the Eden model) leads to a joint physical and geometrical transition. Lacunarity, fractal, and magnetic ... [more ▼]

The effect of an internal extra degree of freedom introduced into the simplest growth model (the Eden model) leads to a joint physical and geometrical transition. Lacunarity, fractal, and magnetic transitions are indeed reported to be at the same critical values of the growth parameters. A logarithmic behavior of the cluster mass on this critical value was found. [less ▲]

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See detailLacunary wavelet series on Cantor sets
Esser, Céline ULiege

E-print/Working paper (2015)

We construct functions with prescribed multifractal spectra which satisfy the leaders profile method.

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See detailEen lacune gevuld. Edward Vanhouttes editie van De moerbeitoppen ruischten
Spinoy, Erik ULiege

in Internationale Neerlandistiek (2012), 50(3), 276-279

This is a review of a new scholarly edition of the first volume of poetry published by the Flemish poet Anton van Wilderode.

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See detailLacunes extrinsèques et effets au contentieux préjudiciel : lorsque la Cour de cassation fait d'une pierre deux coups
Pironnet, Quentin ULiege

in Revue de Jurisprudence de Liège, Mons et Bruxelles (2016), 35(2016), 1652-1658

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See detailLacustrine clay mineral assemblages as a proxy for land-use and climate changes over the last 4 kyr: The Amik Lake
El Ouahabi, Meriam ULiege; Hubert, Aurelia ULiege; Allan, Mohammed ULiege et al

Poster (2017, May 10)

Lake sediments are sensitive to landscape changes and most of these changes seem to be modulated by land-use (anthropogenic factors) coupled to palaeoenvironmental/palaeoclimatic changes. In its detrital ... [more ▼]

Lake sediments are sensitive to landscape changes and most of these changes seem to be modulated by land-use (anthropogenic factors) coupled to palaeoenvironmental/palaeoclimatic changes. In its detrital fraction, the lacustrine sediments record the history of soil erosion within its catchment via the inputs of clays and others detrital products. Within a Mediterranean context, the study investigates the upper sediments infilling the central part of the Amik basin in southern Turkey. This tectonic basin was occupied and exploited by modern human at least since 6000-7000 BC. We focus on the clay mineralogy (x-ray diffraction on oriented aggregates) and magnetic susceptibility measurements (Bartington) of the sedimentary record in the area over the last 4000 years, to assess environmental changes in relation with the different land uses and/or weathering during the successive Bronze, Iron, Roman, Islamic/Ottoman and Modern civilizations. The clay fraction of Amik Lake sediments comprises smectite, kaolinite, illite, chlorite and chlorite/smectite mixed layers that are the inherited clay phases. A relative change in abundance and crystallinity and chemistry of illite attests that environmental conditions evolved in the Amik Plain from the Bronze to Modern Age in relation with climates and/or land-use changes. The history of the Amik Lake reveals different soil erosion episode. The most intense erosion phase occurred during the Bronze/Iron Ages as indicated by the clay and magnetic susceptibility proxies. The Roman period was an exceptional period with soil erosion products arriving from the watershed, probably due the water channelization. A reduction of soil erosion occurred during the post Roman period until nowadays. Significant pedogenesis transformations are evidenced, especially during the Islamic/Ottoman periods suggesting intense chemical weathering conditions related to climate change. [less ▲]

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