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Tunca, Daria ULg

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See detailFoam fractionation as a tool to study the air-water interfacestructure-function relationship of wheat gluten hydrolysates
Wouters, Arno G.B.; Rombouts, Ine; Schoebrechts, Nele et al

in Colloids and Surfaces B : Biointerfaces (2017), 151

Enzymatic hydrolysis of wheat gluten protein improves its solubility and produces hydrolysates withfoaming properties which may find applications in food products. First, we here investigated whetherfoam ... [more ▼]

Enzymatic hydrolysis of wheat gluten protein improves its solubility and produces hydrolysates withfoaming properties which may find applications in food products. First, we here investigated whetherfoam-liquid fractionation can concentrate wheat gluten peptides with foaming properties. Foam andliquid fractions had high and very low foam stability (FS), respectively. In addition, foam fractions wereable to decrease surface tension more pronouncedly than un-fractionated samples and liquid fractions,suggesting they are able to arrange themselves more efficiently at an interface. As a second objective,foam fractionation served as a tool to study the structural properties of the peptides, causing thesedifferences in air-water interfacial behavior. Zeta potential and surface hydrophobicity measurements didnot fully explain these differences but suggested that hydrophobic interactions at the air-water interfaceare more important than electrostatic interactions. RP-HPLC showed a large overlap between foam andliquid fractions. However, a small fraction of very hydrophobic peptides with relatively high averagemolecular mass was clearly enriched in the foam fraction. These peptides were also more concentratedin un-fractionated DH 2 hydrolysates, which had high FS, than in DH 6 hydrolysates, which had low FS.These peptides most likely play a key role in stabilizing the air-water interface. [less ▲]

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See detailLes frontières du droit à l'épreuve des films de mafias
Thirion, Nicolas ULg; Pasteger, David ULg

in Flores-Lonjou, Magalie (Ed.) Frontière(s) au cinéma - Actes des septièmes rencontres "Droit et cinéma" (2017)

demander dans quelle mesure l’injonction du brigand qui exige « la bourse ou la vie ! » peut être comparée à la norme de comportement édictée par un Etat sous la forme d’une loi, c’est poser la ... [more ▼]

demander dans quelle mesure l’injonction du brigand qui exige « la bourse ou la vie ! » peut être comparée à la norme de comportement édictée par un Etat sous la forme d’une loi, c’est poser la sempiternelle question de la frontière qui sépare le droit du non-droit, tout au moins dans une perspective juspositiviste, en tant que cette école de théorie du droit refuse de définir le phénomène juridique en se référant à une valeur ou un ensemble de valeurs. La frontière du droit et du non-droit est en effet particulièrement difficile à tracer, nonobstant plusieurs siècles de discussions philosophiques à ce sujet. Lorsque, fatigué de parcourir les chemins, le brigand décide de s’installer en ville pour s’y adonner au racket des commerçants du quartier et qu’il s’adjoint ensuite le concours d’autres bandits, c’est un gang de malfaiteurs qui voit le jour. Si, ultérieurement, ce gang se concerte avec d’autres bandes de truands pour s’épauler mutuellement dans les exactions auxquelles ils se livrent sur leurs territoires respectifs, il prend alors la forme d’une organisation criminelle ou, au sens large du terme, d’une « mafia ». Le cinéma de Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorsese, Brian De Palma, Sergio Leone ou bien encore Matteo Garrone, entre autres, dépeint, souvent avec réalisme, la genèse et le fonctionnement de telles organisations criminelles. La communication a proposé, au moyen d’illustrations tirées des films de ces grands cinéastes, une analyse de microscopie juridique du crime organisé. Une description serrée de la particule élémentaire du phénomène juridique, identifiée par Lucien François dans son ouvrage de théorie du droit Le cap des Tempêtes sous l’appellation de « jurème », met en lumière une indéniable proximité entre les techniques de pouvoir utilisées respectivement par le brigand isolé, la bande organisée et l’Etat souverain. En remontant ensuite vers la structure plus complexe d’un système étatique, on se demandera si, en fin de compte, dans la vision juspositiviste poussée au bout de sa logique par Lucien François, l’Etat ne pourrait être réduit, d’un point de vue ontologique, à un pouvoir de fait comparable, par les techniques de contrainte qu’il exerce sur ses sujets, à une organisation criminelle – abstraction faite des valeurs promues ou poursuivies par tel ou tel appareil étatique. [less ▲]

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See detailIntermodal network design: a three-mode bi-objective model applied to the case of Belgium
Mostert, Martine ULg; Caris, An; Limbourg, Sabine ULg

in Flexible Services and Manufacturing Journal (2017)

Freight transport planning is nowadays encouraged to align with environmental objectives. Among those, climate change is of particular interest for many countries. In its White Paper on Transport, the ... [more ▼]

Freight transport planning is nowadays encouraged to align with environmental objectives. Among those, climate change is of particular interest for many countries. In its White Paper on Transport, the European Commission considers intermodal transport as a potential solution for reducing environmental impacts. In order to make good strategic transport decisions, realistic decision support models for freight transport networks must be developed, so that insights can be derived for the different stakeholders of the transportation chain. This research proposes a bi-objective mathematical formulation which takes into account economic and environmental objectives, on a road and intermodal network with three modes of transport (road, intermodal rail, and intermodal inland waterways), and in which economies of scale of intermodal transport can be considered. With this model better fitting reality, an application to the Belgian case study provides practical information on how flows, terminal types and locations vary depending on the chosen policy, on the integration or not of economies of scale, on costs or emissions modifications and on the number of terminals to locate. Results show that the chosen policy influences the terminal type and the intermodal market share. The study also highlights the interest of intermodal transport on short distances, and the risk of flow exchanges inside the intermodal market share, rather than between road and intermodal transport. [less ▲]

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See detailMethanol emissions from maize: Ontogenetic dependence to varying light conditions and guttation as an additional factor constraining the flux
Mozaffar, Ahsan ULg; Schoon, N.; Digrado, Anthony ULg et al

in Atmospheric Environment (2017), 152

Because of its high abundance and long lifetime compared to other volatile organic compounds in the atmosphere, methanol (CH3OH) plays an important role in atmospheric chemistry. Even though agricultural ... [more ▼]

Because of its high abundance and long lifetime compared to other volatile organic compounds in the atmosphere, methanol (CH3OH) plays an important role in atmospheric chemistry. Even though agricultural crops are believed to be a large source of methanol, emission inventories from those crop ecosystems are still scarce and little information is available concerning the driving mechanisms for methanol production and emission at different developmental stages of the plants/leaves. This study focuses on methanol emissions from Zea mays L. (maize), which is vastly cultivated throughout the world. Flux measurements have been performed on young plants, almost fully grown leaves and fully grown leaves, enclosed in dynamic flow-through enclosures in a temperature and light-controlled environmental chamber. Strong differences in the response of methanol emissions to variations in PPFD (Photosynthetic Photon Flux Density) were noticed between the young plants, almost fully grown and fully grown leaves. Moreover, young maize plants showed strong emission peaks following light/dark transitions, for which guttation can be put forward as a hypothetical pathway. Young plants’ average daily methanol fluxes exceeded by a factor of 17 those of almost fully grown and fully grown leaves when expressed per leaf area. Absolute flux values were found to be smaller than those reported in the literature, but in fair agreement with recent ecosystem scale flux measurements above a maize field of the same variety as used in this study. [less ▲]

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See detailEmbedded solids of any dimension in the X-FEM. Part I - Building a dedicated P1 function space
Duboeuf, Frédéric ULg; Béchet, Eric ULg

in Finite Elements in Analysis and Design (2017)

This paper focuses on the design of a dedicated P1 function space to model elliptic boundary value problem on a manifold embedded in a space of higher dimension. Using the traces of the linear P1 shape ... [more ▼]

This paper focuses on the design of a dedicated P1 function space to model elliptic boundary value problem on a manifold embedded in a space of higher dimension. Using the traces of the linear P1 shape functions, it introduces an algorithm to reduce the function space into an equivalent space having the same properties than a P1 Lagrange approximation. Convergence studies involving problems of codimension one or two embedded in 2D or 3D show good accuracy with regard to classical finite element and analytical solutions. The effects of the relative position of the domain with respect to the mesh are studied in a sensitivity analysis; it illustrates how the proposed solution allows to keep the condition number bounded. A comparative study is performed with the method introduced by Olshanskii et al. 2009 on a closed surface to validate our approach. The robustness of the proposed approach is investigated with regard to their method and that of Burman et al. 2016. This paper is the first in a series of two, on the topic of embedded solids of any dimension within the context of the extended finite element method. It investigates problems involving borderless domains or domains with boundary subject to Dirichlet constraint defined only on the boundaries of the bulk mesh, while the forthcoming paper overcomes this limitation by introducing a new stable Lagrange multiplier space for Dirichlet boundary condition (and more generally stiff condition), that is valid for every combination of the background mesh and manifold dimensions. The combination of both algorithms allows to handle any embedding i.e. 1D, 2D and 3D problems embedded in 2D or 3D background meshes. [less ▲]

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See detailPitfalls in supermatrix phylogenomics
Philippe, Hervé; Vienne, Damien M. De; Ranwez, Vincent et al

in European Journal of Taxonomy (2017), 283

In the mid-2000s, molecular phylogenetics turned into phylogenomics, a development that improved the resolution of phylogenetic trees through a dramatic reduction in stochastic error. While some then ... [more ▼]

In the mid-2000s, molecular phylogenetics turned into phylogenomics, a development that improved the resolution of phylogenetic trees through a dramatic reduction in stochastic error. While some then predicted “the end of incongruence”, it soon appeared that analysing large amounts of sequence data without an adequate model of sequence evolution amplifies systematic error and leads to phylogenetic artefacts. With the increasing flood of (sometimes low-quality) genomic data resulting from the rise of high-throughput sequencing, a new type of error has emerged. Termed here “data errors”, it lumps together several kinds of issues affecting the construction of phylogenomic supermatrices (e.g., sequencing and annotation errors, contaminant sequences). While easy to deal with at a single-gene scale, such errors become very difficult to avoid at the genomic scale, both because hand curating thousands of sequences is prohibitively time-consuming and because the suitable automated bioinformatics tools are still in their infancy. In this paper, we first review the pitfalls affecting the construction of supermatrices and the strategies to limit their adverse effects on phylogenomic inference. Then, after discussing the relative non-issue of missing data in supermatrices, we briefly present the approaches commonly used to reduce systematic error. [less ▲]

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See detailStructure impact of two galactomannan fractions on their viscosityproperties in dilute solution, unperturbed state and gel state
Gillet, Sébastien; Aguedo, Mario ULg; Petrut, Raul Flaviu ULg et al

in International Journal of Biological Macromolecules (2017), 96

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See detailI glossari e gli inventari tre-quattrocenteschi: piccoli grandi tesori di lessico (e cultura) materiale
Aresti, Alessandro ULg

in Adamo, Stefano; Nobili, Claudio (Eds.) La capsula del tempo. Aspetti selezionati di lingua, letteratura e cultura italiana da conservare in prospettiva futura (2017)

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See detailLa pluralité familiale en droit interne à l'épreuve de la diversité des institutions familiales étrangères
Englert, Hélène ULg

Doctoral thesis (2017)

L'étude est consacrée au traitement juridique d'une double diversité : la pluralité des situations familiales internes et la diversité des institutions familiales étrangères. Elle repose, dans un premier ... [more ▼]

L'étude est consacrée au traitement juridique d'une double diversité : la pluralité des situations familiales internes et la diversité des institutions familiales étrangères. Elle repose, dans un premier temps, sur une analyse du droit familial interne pour en dégager les principes qui sous-tendent le droit belge de la famille. Dans un deuxième temps, des critères d’accueil des institutions familiales étrangères sont déterminés par une analyse de la tolérance de l’ordre juridique belge au droit étranger. La question posée, dans un troisième temps, étant, par une confrontation de la manière dont le droit traite ces deux familles "interne" et "internationale" de déterminer si le traitement juridique est identique ou à tout le moins cohérent, c’est-à-dire si les mêmes logiques juridiques sont à l’œuvre à l’égard des familles internes et des familles internationales. [less ▲]

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See detailLooking beyond general metrics for model comparison – lessons from an international model intercomparison study
de Boer-Euser, Tanja; Bouaziz, Laurène; De Niel, Jan et al

in Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (2017), 21

International collaboration between research institutes and universities is a promising way to reach consensus on hydrological model development. Although comparative studies are very valuable for ... [more ▼]

International collaboration between research institutes and universities is a promising way to reach consensus on hydrological model development. Although comparative studies are very valuable for international cooperation, they do often not lead to very clear new insights regarding the relevance of the modelled processes. We hypothesise that this is partly caused by model complexity and the comparison methods used, which focus too much on a good overall performance instead of focusing on specific events. In this study, we use an approach that focuses on the evaluation of specific events and characteristics. Eight international research groups calibrated their hourly model on the Ourthe catchment in Belgium and carried out a validation in time for the Ourthe catchment and a validation in space for nested and neighbouring catchments. The same protocol was followed for each model and an ensemble of best performing parameter sets was selected. Although the models showed similar performances based on general metrics (i.e. Nash–Sutcliffe Efficiency), clear differences could be observed for specific events. The results illustrate the relevance of including a very quick flow reservoir preceding the root zone storage to model peaks during low flows and including a slow reservoir in parallel with the fast reservoir to model the recession for the Ourthe catchment. This intercomparison enhanced the understanding of the hydrological functioning of the catchment and, above all, helped to evaluate each model against a set of alternative models. [less ▲]

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See detailAnalyser les contenus, les discours ou les vécus ? À chaque méthode ses logiciels !
Lejeune, Christophe ULg

in Santiago-Delefosse, Marie; del Rio Carral, Maria (Eds.) Les méthodes qualitatives en psychologie et sciences humaines de la santé (2017)

Scientific literature comprises benchmarks and typologies helping to choose between numerous available qualitative data analysis software programs. However, inventorying software functionalities tends to ... [more ▼]

Scientific literature comprises benchmarks and typologies helping to choose between numerous available qualitative data analysis software programs. However, inventorying software functionalities tends to overshadow that researchers develops software tools in order to answer novel questions, resulting from a specific methodological trend. The variety of software tools can not be understood outside the history of the progressive emergence of different methods in social sciences, especially content analysis (between the two world wars), discourse analysis (in particular, one of its French branches) and Grounded Theory Method. Such an history helps to understand why software programs differ from one region, language, disciplines to another. At the end, it contributes to choose and use software wisely. [less ▲]

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See detailLes traditions manuscrites de la Chanson de la Croisade albigeoise et de ses remaniements en prose : quelle lecture pour quelle réécriture ? 
Raguin, Marjolaine ULg

in De Riquer, Isabel; Billy, Dominique; Palumbo, Giovanni (Eds.) Actes du XXVIIe Congrès international de linguistique et de philologie romanes (Nancy, 15-20 juillet 2013). Section 14 : Littératures médiévales. Nancy, ATILF : http://www.atilf.fr/cilpr2013/actes/section-14.html. (2017)

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See detailOutcomes of UCB transplantation are comparable in FLT3+ AML: Results of CIBMTR, eurocord and EBMT collaborative analysis.
Ustun, C.; Giannotti, F.; Zhang, M.-J. et al

in Leukemia : Official Journal of the Leukemia Society of America, Leukemia Research Fund, U.K (2017)

Allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplantation (HCT) from siblings or unrelated donors (URD) during complete remission (CR) may improve leukemia-free survival (LFS) in FLT3+ acute myeloid leukemia (AML ... [more ▼]

Allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplantation (HCT) from siblings or unrelated donors (URD) during complete remission (CR) may improve leukemia-free survival (LFS) in FLT3+ acute myeloid leukemia (AML) that has poor prognosis due to high relapse rates. Umbilical cord blood (UCB) HCT outcomes are largely unknown in this population. We found that compared with sibling HCT, relapse risks were similar after UCB (n=126), (HR 0.86, P=0.54) and URD (n=91) (HR 0.81, P=0.43). UCB HCT was associated with statistically higher non-relapse mortality compared with sibling HCT (HR 2.32, P=0.02), but not vs URD (HR 1.72, P=0.07). All three cohorts had statistically not significant 3-year LFS: 39% (95% CI 30-47) after UCB, 43% (95% CI 30-54) after sibling, and 50% (95% CI 40-60) after URD. Chronic GVHD rates were significantly lower after UCB compared with either sibling (HR 0.59, P=0.03) or URD (HR 0.49, P=0.001). Adverse factors for LFS included high leukocyte count at diagnosis and HCT during CR2. UCB is a suitable option for adults with FLT3+AML in the absence of an HLA-matched sibling and its immediate availability may be particularly important for FLT3+ AML where early relapse is common thus allowing HCT in CR1 when outcomes are best.Leukemia accepted article preview online, 25 January 2017. doi:10.1038/leu.2017.42. [less ▲]

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See detailMethane in the South China Sea and the Western Philippine Sea
Tseng, Hsiao-Chun; Chen, Chen-Tung Arthur; Borges, Alberto ULg et al

in Continental Shelf Research (2017), 135

Approximately 700 water samples from the South China Sea (SCS) and 300 water samples from the western Philippine Sea (wPS) were collected during eight cruises from August 2003 to July 2007 to determine ... [more ▼]

Approximately 700 water samples from the South China Sea (SCS) and 300 water samples from the western Philippine Sea (wPS) were collected during eight cruises from August 2003 to July 2007 to determine methane (CH4) distributions from the surface to a depth of 4250 m. The surface CH4 concentrations exceeded atmospheric equilibrium, both in the SCS and the wPS, and the concentrations were 4.5±3.6 and 3.0±1.2 nmol L−1, respectively. The sea-to-air fluxes were calculated, and the SCS and the wPS were found to emit CH4 to the atmosphere at 8.6±6.4 µmol m−2 d−1 and 4.9±4.9 µmol m−2 d−1, respectively. In the SCS, CH4 emissions were higher over the continental shelf (11.0±7.4 µmol m−2 d−1) than over the deep ocean (6.1±6.0 µmol m−2 d−1), owing to greater biological productivity and closer coupling with the sediments on the continental shelf. The SCS emitted 30.1×106 mol d−1 CH4 to the atmosphere and exported 1.82×106 mol d−1 CH4 to the wPS. The concentrations of both CH4 and chlorophyll a were high in the 150 m surface layer of the wPS, but were not significantly correlated with each other. CH4 concentrations generally declined with increasing depth below the euphotic zone but remained constant below 1,000 m, both in the SCS and the wPS. Some high CH4 concentrations were observed at mid-depths and bottom waters in the SCS, and were most likely caused by the release of CH4 from gas hydrates or gas seepage. [less ▲]

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See detailEffect of steam explosion treatment on chemical composition and characteristic of organosolv fescue lignin
Maniet, Guillaume ULg; Schmetz, Quentin ULg; Jacquet, Nicolas ULg et al

in Industrial Crops and Products (2017), 99

Tall fescue, a grass currently grown as forage, presents a good potential as a feedstock in the developmentof biorefining. In this study, combination of steam explosion and an acetic/formic acid ... [more ▼]

Tall fescue, a grass currently grown as forage, presents a good potential as a feedstock in the developmentof biorefining. In this study, combination of steam explosion and an acetic/formic acid “organosolv”pretreatments are applied on raw fescue to optimize lignin extraction yields and obtain specific products.In a first step, fescue is pretreated by steam explosion under severity factors from 1.4 to 4.2. Thesetreatments allow hemicelluloses solubilization and open the lignocellulosic structure. Steam explodedsolid residues are then treated with an acetic acid (50%)/formic acid (30%)/water (20%) mixture. Extractedlignins are precipitated and characterized by size exclusion chromatography (SEC),31P NMR and HSQCNMR. Results show that acetic and formic acids extracted lignins present G, H and S units with ferulate andp-coumarate. Lignin typical linkages identified are of -O-4 and spirodienone substructures. Combinationof steam explosion and acetic and formic acid pretreatments increases extraction yields from 30% to100%. Moreover, an increase of the steam explosion treatment intensity induces chemical modificationsin lignin structure such -O-4 and spirodienone substructure degradations, increase of free COOH andphenolic OH bonds, decrease of aliphatic OH ferulate and p-coumarate bonds and changes in G/H/S unitsproportions. Steam explosion intensity affects also lignin molecular weights. [less ▲]

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See detailEmbedded solids of any dimension in the X-FEM. Part II - Imposing Dirichlet boundary conditions
Duboeuf, Frédéric ULg; Béchet, Eric ULg

in Finite Elements in Analysis and Design (2017)

This paper focuses on the design of a stable Lagrange multiplier space dedicated to enforce Dirichlet boundary conditions on embedded boundaries of any dimension. It follows a previous paper in a series ... [more ▼]

This paper focuses on the design of a stable Lagrange multiplier space dedicated to enforce Dirichlet boundary conditions on embedded boundaries of any dimension. It follows a previous paper in a series of two, on the topic of embedded solids of any dimension within the context of the extended finite element method. While the first paper is devoted to the design of a dedicated P1 function space to solve elliptic equations defined on manifolds of codimension one or two (curves in 2D and surfaces in 3D, or curves in 3D), the general treatment of Dirichlet boundary conditions, in such a setting, remains to be addressed. This is the aim of this second paper. A new algorithm is introduced to build a stable Lagrange multiplier space from the traces of the shape functions defined on the background mesh. It is general enough to cover: (i) boundary value problems investigated in the first paper (with, for instance, Dirichlet boundary conditions defined along a line in a 3D mismatching mesh); but also (ii) those posed on manifolds of codimension zero (a domain embedded in a mesh of the same dimension) and already considered in Béchet et al. 2009. In both cases, the compatibility between the Lagrange multiplier space and that of the bulk approximation (the dedicated P1 function space used in (i), or classical shape functions used in (ii)) — resulting in the inf–sup condition — is investigate through the numerical Chapelle-Bath test. Numerical validations are performed against analytical and finite element solutions on problems involving 1D or 2D boundaries embedded in a 2D or 3D background mesh. Comparisons with Nitsche’s method and the stable Lagrange multiplier space proposed in Hautefeuille et al. 2012, when they are feasible, highlight good performance of the approach. [less ▲]

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See detailTransdifferentiation of Neuroendocrine Cells: Gangliocytoma Associated With Two Pituitary Adenomas of Different Lineage in MEN1.
Sergeant, Camille; Jublanc, Christel; Leclercq, Delphine et al

in American Journal of Surgical Pathology (2017)

Gangliocytomas are rare and benign neuronal cell tumors, mostly found in the hypothalamic and sellar regions. Their histogenesis is still the subject of discussions. Herein we present a unique case of a ... [more ▼]

Gangliocytomas are rare and benign neuronal cell tumors, mostly found in the hypothalamic and sellar regions. Their histogenesis is still the subject of discussions. Herein we present a unique case of a pituitary gangliocytoma associated with a prolactinoma and a corticotroph adenoma in a patient affected by MEN1. The histologic study revealed shared features between adenomatous and neuronal cells, supporting the etiological hypothesis of a common origin or a phenomenon of transdifferentiation. Furthermore, gangliocytoma could be a new tumor related to MEN1. The clinical and histologic observations are discussed and the literature on the topic is reviewed. [less ▲]

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See detailEuropean Network for Neglected Vectors and Vector-Borne Infections COST Action Guidelines: What Is This About and What Is This For?
Charrel, Remi N.; Lempereur, Laetitia ULg; Mihalca, Andrei D. et al

in Vector borne and zoonotic diseases (Larchmont, N.Y.) (2017), 17(1), 1

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