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See detailLes rapports «climat-végétation» discernables dans l'épaisseur des tourbières du plateau des Hautes-Fagnes belges
Streel, Maurice ULg

in Bulletin de la Société Royale des Sciences de Liège (1959), 28(3-4), 90-101

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See detailLa rappresentazione della stratificazione temporale in astronomia e in archeologia
Dondero, Maria Giulia ULg

in Espressione/Contenuto : Rivista dell’Associazione Italiana di Studi Semiotici (2008)

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See detailLe rappresentazioni della relazione tra operatori e bambini autistici. Résultati di una ricerca.
D'Amore, Salvatore ULg; Onnis, Luigi

in Psicobiettivo (1998), 18(1), 103-121

Relationals representations constitute an important study area for understanding of interactive phenomena, especially, in the field of relationship between health care workers (medical doctors ... [more ▼]

Relationals representations constitute an important study area for understanding of interactive phenomena, especially, in the field of relationship between health care workers (medical doctors, psychotherapists, counsellors and so on) and patients because relational representations circularly influence mutual behaviours and expectations. This research suggests an observational model of the relational representations between a therapist and an autistic child. This model, based upon the use of metaphors and sculpting, put in evidence how the way the therapist represents the child and the relationship with him could have important implications on the therapeutic process as on its developments and issues. The subjectivity of the therapist and his personal aspects, consequently, become a crucial field of auto reflection: this requires adequate training courses and regular supervision experiences. [less ▲]

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See detailRappresentazioni e Pratiche alimentari in adolescenza. I risultati preliminari di un’analisi del contenuto delle interviste semistrutturate con il Programma Alceste
D'Amore, Salvatore ULg; Tarantino, Franca; Ferilli, Cristina et al

Scientific conference (2001, February 14)

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See detailRappresentazioni e pratiche Alimentari in Adolescenza. I risultati preliminari di un’analisi del contenuto delle Interviste semistrutturate con il Programma Alceste
D'Amore, Salvatore ULg

in Eating and Weight Disorders [=EWD] (2001), 6(2), 15

Many studies have analysed psychopathological dimensions of relationship that adolescent have with food and body. But few researches have focused attention on links between psychosocial dimensions such as ... [more ▼]

Many studies have analysed psychopathological dimensions of relationship that adolescent have with food and body. But few researches have focused attention on links between psychosocial dimensions such as social representations (Moscovici, S. 1961; Lalhou, S.1995) and adolescent typical practices of eating (with family and peers) and body (diet and sport). This research is aimed to describe and to analyse representations and practices of eating and body of 60 adolescents (30 females, 30 males) equally distributed on high and low social class aged from 14 to 16 years. Hypothesis supposes changes of eating and body representations and practices according to sexe and social class of subjects. A multimethodogical approach was adopted. Data were collected in Avril 1999 in two roman colleges. Qualitative and quantitative instruments were administered in this order: a) associative network (words association), b) semi-structured interviews (18 questions about eating and body ideas and practices), c) body drawing, d) eating family drawing, e) questionnaires (Eating Attitudes Test, Eating Disorders Inventory 2). A preliminary interviews content analysis with ALCESTE (Reinert, M.1993) draw out 8 discourse classes. Four classes are linked to eating representations and practices: a) Eating Family Practice (16,85 %); b) Eating with Friends (8, 61%); c) Eating quantity and preferences (15, 97%); d) Daily meals organisation (7,40%). Others four classes are linked to body representations and practices: e) Eating Problems (20, 13%); f) Body Health and beauty (8,07%); g) Diets and Sports ( 10,86%); h) Food quality (12, 10%). Results show a general picture of eating and body representations and practices. Eating with family is a very important social situation: a script characterised by social actors, rules, actions and contexts is outlined. Food intake control and food preferences seem pregnant dimensions in identity construction process face to family and peers. Naive theories about eating disorders are constructed. Finally diet, sport and food quality seem central in shaping and modelling body. [less ▲]

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See detailRapprocher l'union des ses citoyens: une occasion manquée
Defossez, Alexandre ULg

Article for general public (2007)

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See detailA rare case of placental choriangioma associated with neonatal diffuse hemangomatosis.
Capelle, Xavier ULg; Syrios, Petros ULg; Chantraine, Frédéric ULg et al

in Journal de Gynécologie, Obstétrique et Biologie de la Reproduction (2009), 38(3), 246-249

Placental chorioangioma is a benign vascular tumor. Lesions larger than 4cm may cause fetal and maternal complications. Its association with disseminated neonatal hemangiomatosis is rarely described. We ... [more ▼]

Placental chorioangioma is a benign vascular tumor. Lesions larger than 4cm may cause fetal and maternal complications. Its association with disseminated neonatal hemangiomatosis is rarely described. We report a case of a large chorioangioma associated with an hydrops foetalis and disseminated neonatal hemangiomatosis. The relationship between placental chorioangioma and hemangioma is briefly discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailA rare complication of ophtalmic zona: spreading cerebral arteritis
André, C.; Bury, J.; Fillet, Georges ULg et al

in Acta Clinica Belgica (1984), 39(3), 159-162

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See detailRare-earth data on monzonoritic composition of charnockitic acidic rocks related to anorthosites (Rogaland, S.W. Norway)
Duchesne, Jean-Clair ULg; Roelandts, Iwan; Demaiffe, Daniel et al

in Earth & Planetary Science Letters (1974), 24

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See detailRare-earth elements in apatite from layered norites and iron-titanium oxide ore-bodies related to anorthosites (Rogaland, S.W. Norway)
Roelandts, Iwan; Duchesne, Jean-Clair ULg

in Ahrens, L. H. (Ed.) Origin and distribution of the elements (1979)

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See detailRare-earth surface alloying: a new phase for GdAu$_2$
Corso, M.; Verstraete, Matthieu ULg; Schiller, F. et al

in Physical Review Letters (2010), 105

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See detailA rare-event approach to build security analysis tools when N-k (k > 1) analyses are needed (as they are in large-scale power systems)
Belmudes, Florence ULg; Ernst, Damien ULg; Wehenkel, Louis ULg

in Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE Bucharest PowerTech (2009)

We consider the problem of performing N − k security analyses in large scale power systems. In such a context, the number of potentially dangerous N − k contingencies may become rapidly very large when k ... [more ▼]

We consider the problem of performing N − k security analyses in large scale power systems. In such a context, the number of potentially dangerous N − k contingencies may become rapidly very large when k grows, and so running a security analysis for each one of them is often intractable. We assume in this paper that the number of dangerous N − k contingencies is very small with respect to the number of non-dangerous ones. Under this assumption, we suggest to use importance sampling techniques for identifying rare events in combinatorial search spaces. With such techniques, it is possible to identify dangerous contingencies by running security analyses for only a small number of events. A procedure relying on these techniques is proposed in this work for steady-state security analyses. This procedure has been evaluated on the IEEE 118 bus test system. The results show that it is indeed able to efficiently identify among a large set of contingencies some of the rare ones which are dangerous. [less ▲]

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See detailRash de l'ifluenza A H1N1.
PIERARD, Gérald ULg

in Revue Médicale de Liège (2012), 67

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See detailUn rassemblement qui divise : de Gaulle vu de Belgique francophone au temps du RPF
Lanneau, Catherine ULg

Scientific conference (2007, December 04)

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See detailRat Chromosome 5 (Q22-23) Contains Elements That Control Cell Morphology and Interactions with the Extracellular Matrix: A Study of Normal Fibroblast X Malignant Hepatoma Cell Hybrids
Lewalle, J. M.; Szpirer, C.; Szpirer, J. et al

in Experimental Cell Research (1991), 196(2), 164-71

Cell interactions with the extracellular matrix are consistently modified in neoplasia. Malignant transformation has been correlated with modifications in the synthesis and distribution of matrix ... [more ▼]

Cell interactions with the extracellular matrix are consistently modified in neoplasia. Malignant transformation has been correlated with modifications in the synthesis and distribution of matrix components and with alterations of cell adhesive properties to these components. A particular class of genes, able to suppress the transformed phenotype in normal cells, may be involved in those phenotypic changes. By studying somatic cell hybrids between mouse hepatoma (BWTG3) cells and normal rat skin fibroblasts (RSF), Islam and co-workers were able to localize a gene or a group of genes controlling anchorage dependence and cell growth in vitro. This (or these) gene(s) was (were) assigned to the q22-23 fragment of rat chromosome 5. In the present study, we compare the morphology and the interactions with the extracellular matrix proteins (laminin, fibronectin, and collagen IV) and the synthesis of these proteins by RSF X BWTG3 hybrid cells that had either retained (BS181p10) or lost (BS181a5) the q22-23 region of rat chromosome 5. Our results suggest that the rat 5q22-23 fragment controls a part of the cell differentiation program including morphology, attachment to extracellular matrix, and synthesis of some matrix proteins, particularly alpha 1 and alpha 2 chains of collagen IV. [less ▲]

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See detailRat embryo fibroblasts immortalization by bovine leukemia virus Tax protein
Willems, Luc ULg; Heremans, H.; Burny, A. et al

in Methods in Cell Science : An Official Journal of the Society for in Vitro Biology (1995)

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See detailRat Gap Junction Connexin-30 Inhibits Proliferation of Glioma Cell Lines
Princen, Frederic; Robe, Pierre ULg; Gros, D. et al

in Carcinogenesis (2001), 22(3), 507-13

Connexins, the structural components of gap junctions, control cell growth and differentiation and are believed to belong to a family of tumour suppressor genes. Studies on connexin localization in brain ... [more ▼]

Connexins, the structural components of gap junctions, control cell growth and differentiation and are believed to belong to a family of tumour suppressor genes. Studies on connexin localization in brain showed that several of these proteins were expressed in distinct compartments of the brain in a cell-type specific manner, indicating that different gap junctions play specific roles in the physiology of the mammalian brain. In this report, we first cloned rat connexin-30 cDNA from brain and showed that it was expressed in long-term primary culture of rat astrocytes. In order to examine the potential role of connexin-30 in tumour cell proliferation, we transfected the connexin-30 cDNA into two rat glioma cell lines (9L and C6) which have lost its expression. Transfected clones adequately expressed membrane-bound connexin-30 protein. Connexin-30-expressing clones showed slower growth, lower DNA synthesis and reduced proliferation in soft agar as compared with the parental and control cells. We concluded that connexin-30 may also probably be considered as a tumour suppressor in rat gliomas. [less ▲]

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See detailRat heart-aorta cluster transplantation : a novel model to study transplant rejection
D'Silva, Milbhor; Candidas, D.; Lee, S. et al

in Transplant International (1995), (8), 298-306

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