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See detailPrésentation; Notes; Chronologie; Bibliographie
Bertrand, Jean-Pierre ULg; Purnelle, Gérald ULg

in Marcel SCHWOB, Vies imaginaires, présentation par Jean-Pierre Bertrand et Gérald Purnelle (2004)

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Purnelle, Gérald ULg

in Guillaume Apollinaire, Calligrammes, Présentation par Gérald Purnelle (2013)

Sept mois avant sa mort, Apollinaire oublie des poèmes "de la paix et de la guerre", écrits de 1913 à 1916, sous le titre Calligrammes. Ce néologisme, qu'il ofrge à partir des mots "calligrgraphie" et ... [more ▼]

Sept mois avant sa mort, Apollinaire oublie des poèmes "de la paix et de la guerre", écrits de 1913 à 1916, sous le titre Calligrammes. Ce néologisme, qu'il ofrge à partir des mots "calligrgraphie" et "idéogramme", annonce un mode d'espression original : le poème-dessin, qui allie jeu du langage et jeu des formes. Les mots dessinent çà et là un cigare, une montre, une oclombe, et traversent la page sous fore de gouttes de pluie ou de trains partant pour les champs de bataille de la Premoère guerre mondiale... Car Apollinaire a en partie composé ses Calligrammes au front, pour ses correspondantes aimées, Lou et Madeleine. S'il a pu se nourrir du spectacle de la guerre, c'était pour mieux la transfigurer. Et c'est aussi pour continuer de croire en l'avenir qui' a osé, sous le fraces des bombes, cette étonnante synthèse de plusieurs arts. [less ▲]

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Purnelle, Gérald ULg

in Guillaume Apollinaire, Alcools, Présentation par Gérald Purnelle (2013)

En 1913, Apollinaire publie Alcools, son premier recueil, qui rassemble quinze ans de poésie. S'il est alors influencé par un symbolime sur le déclin, il s'en démarque par d'audacieuses innovations : la ... [more ▼]

En 1913, Apollinaire publie Alcools, son premier recueil, qui rassemble quinze ans de poésie. S'il est alors influencé par un symbolime sur le déclin, il s'en démarque par d'audacieuses innovations : la ponctuation disparaît et des inventions récentes, comme l'avion ou l'automobile, font leur entrée en poésie. Mais Alcools est aussi une œuvre contrastée, où la tour Eiffel et le pont Mirabeau côtoient des champs de colchiques et des forêts légendaires, où l'agitation du progrès se mêle aux motifs consacrés de l'amour perdu et du temps qui passe. Tantôt clairs comme le son des cloches rhénanes, tantôt sombres comme les geôles de la prison de la Santé, ces poèmes ouvrent la voie à un nouveau lyrisme. Partagés entre tradition et modernité, ils reflètent la créativité bouillonnante d'uen époque sur le point de basculer dans le chaos de la Grande Guerre. [less ▲]

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See detailPresentazione dell'edizione G. Palumbo dei Ricordi
Moreno, Paola ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2010)

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See detailPresenze sbarbariane in Caproni (e altre osservazioni stilistiche)
Benzoni, Pietro ULg

in Stilistica e metrica italiana (2008), VIII(8), 287-323

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See detailPreservation and shipment of chilled and cryopreserved dog semen
Rijsselaere, Tom; Van Den Berghe, Femke ULg; Van Soom, Ann

in Vlaams Diergeneeskunde Tijdschift = Flemish Veterinary Journal (2011)

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See detailPréservation de la reconnaissance basée sur la familiarité chez un patient amnésique
Bastin, Christine ULg; Van der Linden, Martial ULg; Charnallet, Annick et al

Poster (2002, May 24)

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See detailPréservation de la thymopïèse dans le grand âge
RICOUR, Céline ULg; de saint hubert, Marie; Martens, Henri ULg et al

Poster (2014)

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See detailPréservation des modes rigides et conditions sur les déplacements au voisinage de l'axe dans les coques tron-coniques de révolution
Debongnie, Jean-François ULg

Report (1975)

The classical approach of the shell theory proceeds as follows. After an exact development of the strain expressions, one neglects any term containing the factor h/R. But this method destruct the exact ... [more ▼]

The classical approach of the shell theory proceeds as follows. After an exact development of the strain expressions, one neglects any term containing the factor h/R. But this method destruct the exact representation of rigid body modes. An alternative to this procedure is presented here, where special care is given to the preservation of the rigid body modes. The second part of this report is focused on the necessary conditions on the displacements on the axis. This study is based on the fact that the strains have to remain finite values. [less ▲]

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See detailPreservation of Cortical Microcirculation after Kidney Ischemia-Reperfusion: Value of an Iron Chelator
Defraigne, Jean-Olivier ULg; Pincemail, Joël ULg; Detry, Olivier ULg et al

in Annals of Vascular Surgery (1994), 8(5), 457-67

Treatment of suprarenal aneurysms and renal artery reconstructions are both responsible for normothermic ischemia of the kidney (during clamping) followed by reperfusion (declamping). During reflow ... [more ▼]

Treatment of suprarenal aneurysms and renal artery reconstructions are both responsible for normothermic ischemia of the kidney (during clamping) followed by reperfusion (declamping). During reflow through an organ undergoing ischemia the production of free radicals can be associated with cell injury and a no-reflow phenomenon characterized by perfusion defects after a period of transient hyperemia. The objectives of this study were to demonstrate the existence of this phenomenon in the kidney undergoing ischemia followed by reperfusion and to test the potential protection afforded by an iron chelator (desferrioxamine) since free radical reactions are catalyzed by iron. Adult New Zealand white rabbits were divided into the following three groups: group A, 15 minutes of ischemia plus 10 minutes of reperfusion; group B, 60 minutes of ischemia plus 10 minutes of reperfusion; and group C, 60 minutes of ischemia plus 10 minutes of reperfusion combined with infusion of desferrioxamine (50 mg/kg). Cortical microcirculation in the kidney was measured by laser Doppler flowmeter before ischemia and 1, 5, and 10 minutes after reperfusion. Vitamin E content was determined in the cortex of the left kidney after 10 minutes of reperfusion and compared with that of the right (control) kidney. After 1 minute of reperfusion the cortical microcirculatory flow was significantly increased in all three groups (reactive hyperemia). In groups A and C blood flow returned to preclamping values after 10 minutes of reperfusion; however, blood flow in group B remained significantly reduced (29.2% +/- 10.5%) after 5 minutes of reperfusion with a further reduction to 48.5% +/- 5.7% after 10 minutes. These findings were correlated with the dosage of vitamin E since the vitamin E content was greatly reduced by 46.7% +/- 7.8% in group B but did not change significantly in groups A and C. This study shows that 60 minutes of normothermic ischemia is followed by a significant reduction in cortical microcirculatory flow (no-reflow phenomenon). Infusion of an iron chelator (desferrioxamine), however, which decreases the intensity of lipid peroxidation induced by the free radicals, preserves the microcirculatory flow. [less ▲]

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See detailPreservation of normal morphology of human livers afte 24-hours of hypothermic machine perfusion: a first-in-man study
Monbaliu, D.; Liu, Q.; Libbrecht, L. et al

Conference (2011, March 24)

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See detailPRESERVATION OF NORMAL MORPHOLOGY OF HUMAN LIVERS AFTER 24 HOURS OF HYPOTHERMIC MACHINE PERFUSION. A FIRST-IN-MAN STUDY
Monbaliu, D.; Liu, Q.; Libbrecht, L. et al

in Transplant International (2011, September), 24(2), 151-151

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See detailPreservation of Oocyte and Granulosa Cell Morphology in Bovine Preantral Follicles Cultured in Vitro
Figueiredo, J. R.; Hulshof, S. C.; Van den Hurk, R. et al

in Theriogenology (1994), 41(6), 1333-46

Described in the present paper is a culture system that preserves oocyte and granulosa cell morphology in bovine preantral follicles during 5 d in vitro. The effects of additional hypoxanthine and energy ... [more ▼]

Described in the present paper is a culture system that preserves oocyte and granulosa cell morphology in bovine preantral follicles during 5 d in vitro. The effects of additional hypoxanthine and energy substrata (i.e., pyruvate and glutamine) on the morphology of cultured preantral follicles were investigated. It was shown that addition of a mixture of pyruvate, glutamine and hypoxantine to the culture medium increased the percentage of follicles with an intact oocyte from 29.4 to 78.6%. Morphological criteria are described to discriminate between normal and degenerated preantral follicles during culture by inverted microscopy. In addition, the importance of histological evaluation to judge the quality of oocyte and granulosa cells is demonstrated. [less ▲]

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See detailPreservation of pulsory and migratory activities of rat Schwann cells before and after mitotic stimulation
Rentier, Bernard ULg; Dubois-Dalq, Monique; Baron-Van Evercooren, A.

in Abstracts - Society for Neuroscience (1980)

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See detailPreservation of vinegar acetic acid bacteria
Ndoye, B.; Ceenwerck, I.; Destain, Jacqueline ULg et al

in Vinegars of the world (2008)

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See detailPreservation practices and quality perception of shrimps along the local merchandising chain in Benin
Kpoclou, Euloge; Anihouvi, Victor; Scippo, Marie-Louise ULg et al

in African Journal of Agricultural Research (2013), 8(26), 3405-3414

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See detailPreserved artificial grammar learning in Parkinson's disease
Meulemans, Thierry ULg; Peigneux, Philippe ULg; Van der Linden, Martial ULg

in Brain & Cognition (1998), 37(1), 109-112

Parkinson's disease (PD) patients and matched control subjects were compared in an artificial grammar learning task. The test strings were constructed in such a way that grammaticality judgments could not ... [more ▼]

Parkinson's disease (PD) patients and matched control subjects were compared in an artificial grammar learning task. The test strings were constructed in such a way that grammaticality judgments could not be based on some superficial features of the learning strings: the grammatical and nongrammatical test strings did not differ according to different measures of chunk strength (based on the frequency with which their bigrams and trigrams appear in the learning strings). Results show that PD patients and controls performed at the same level during the first presentation of the test strings series, which suggests that the striatum is not (crucially) implicated in the ability to abstract rules implicitly from exemplars generated by a finite-state grammar. However, and contrary to control subjects, the classification performance of PD patients was at chance during the second presentation of the test strings. We argue that this latter result could be the consequence of the attentional deficit of PD patients. [less ▲]

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See detailPreserved automatic inhibition effect after 1 Hz repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation over the supplementary motor area
D'Ostilio, Kevin ULg; CREMERS, Julien ULg; DELVAUX, Valérie ULg et al

Poster (2013)

Background: It is widely accepted that medial frontal regions are involved in voluntary action control. Indeed, Sumner et al. (2007) have recently suggested that one of the mechanisms through which the ... [more ▼]

Background: It is widely accepted that medial frontal regions are involved in voluntary action control. Indeed, Sumner et al. (2007) have recently suggested that one of the mechanisms through which the supplementary motor area (SMA) contributes to voluntary control is automatic and unconscious motor inhibition. In this study, they administered a visuo-motor subliminal masked prime task (Eimer & Schlaghecken, 2003) to two patients with micro-lesions of the SMA and demonstrated an absence of automatic and unconscious inhibition as evoked by masked prime stimuli. This finding has been supported by neuroimaging data (D'Ostilio et al., 2012). Here, the aim of our research was to corroborate this result by means of a “virtual lesion” approach. Methods: For this purpose, we examined the effects of 1 Hz rTMS (train of 20 min; stimulus intensity 120 % of resting motor threshold) over the SMA of ten healthy volunteers, previously localized by functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), on reaction time (RT) performance in the subliminal masked prime task. The functional localizer experiment consisted of four blocks of sequential finger tapping and 15 s of rest after each block. Imaging data were analyzed with SPM 8 and then were imported into the Brainsight software version 2.1.5. With such system, we were able to navigate across the subjects’ brain. The peak voxel in the SMA for each subject (at a statistical threshold of p < 0.05 uncorrected) was used as a target point for the rTMS session. Results: The mean motor threshold was 50.9 % of maximal stimulator output (SD: ± 4.86 %). Wilcoxon tests showed a significant effect of compatibility on RTs (sham: Z = 2.7, p = 0.007; rTMS: Z = 2.8, p = 0.005) and accuracy rate (sham: Z = 2.5, p = 0.01; rTMS: Z = 2.1, p = 0.03), subjects being slower and making more errors in compatible trials (sham: 391.64 ± 52 ms, 87.3 % of accuracy; rTMS: 396.66 ± 37 ms, 86.3 % of accuracy) in comparison to incompatible trials (sham: 357.45 ± 36 ms, 92.5 % of accuracy; rTMS: 356.25 ± 28 ms, 92.7 % of accuracy), suggesting motor inhibition. However, this NCE was preserved after rTMS over the SMA (RTs: Z = 0.87, p = 0.39; accuracy rate: Z = 0.71, p = 0.47). Conclusions: We conclude that long trains of low intensity 1 Hz rTMS did not affect the modulation of RT by subliminal stimuli, suggesting that the SMA might not be mandatory for the implementation of this automatic process. The limitation of this study is relative to the neural efficacy argument because we are not sure that TMS was strong enough to disturb the redundant organizational processing in the SMA or that other regions were not able to compensate for the virtually lesioned area. [less ▲]

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