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In may 2007, the ULg's Administrative Board (joined in June 2007 by the FUSAGx) decided to create an institutional repository and defined a strong institutional self-archiving policy to increase the visibility, accessibility and impact of the University's publications (Board's decision). This decision led to the official launch, in November 2008, of the ORBi platform including both the Academic Bibliography and the Institutional Repository of the Wallonia-Europe University Academy.

Life sciences => Biochemistry, biophysics & molecular biology

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  1. Vitamin B1 diversity and characterization of biosynthesis genes in cassava

    Mangel, N.; Fudge, J.; Fitzpatrick, T.B.; Gruissem, W; Vanderschuren, Hervé
    Peer reviewed

  2. Cassava Mosaic and Brown Streak Diseases: Current Perspectives and Beyond

    Rey, M.E.C.; Vanderschuren, Hervé
    Peer reviewed

  3. Protein-polysaccharide complexes, a tool for protein delivery in CaCO3 microparticles

    Ramalapa, Bathabile; Crasson, Oscar; Vandevenne, Marylène; Galleni, Moreno; Frank, Boury
    Peer reviewed

  4. Protein-polysaccharide complexes for improved protein delivery within CaCO3 microparticles

    Ramalapa, Bathabile; Crasson, Oscar; Vandevenne, Marylène; Galleni, Moreno; Frank, Boury
    Peer reviewed

  5. Improved encapsulation of proteins within calcium carbonate microparticles by means of protein-polysaccharide complexes

    Ramalapa, Bathabile; Crasson, Oscar; Vandevenne, Marylène; Galleni, Moreno; Frank, Boury
    The controlled delivery of proteins within calcium carbonate particles is currently widely investigated. The success of these carriers has been driven by the ionic interactions between proteins and particles making the encapsulation of proteins highly dependent on the pH of reaction solutions and the isoelectric point of the protein. This poses a great limitation on the successful loading of proteins into microparticles. In this study we explored the use of polysaccharide-protein complexes to enhance the encapsulation of otherwise poorly encapsulated proteins in CaCO3 microparticles. A chitin binding domain (ChBD) was inserted on the protein β-lactamase to form a chimeric protein....

  6. Targeted mutagenesis of orphan GPCRs of the SREB family

    Laschet, Céline; Dupuis, Nadine; Geubelle, Pierre; Abboud, Dayana; Hanson, Julien

  7. Protein–polysaccharide complexes for enhanced protein delivery in hyaluronic acid templated calcium carbonate microparticles

    Ramalapa, Bathabile; Crasson, Oscar; Vandevenne, Marylène; Emmanuel, Garcion; Alain, Gibaud; Galleni, Moreno; Boury, Frank; Cordonnier, Thomas
    Peer reviewed

  8. Protein folding at extreme temperatures: current issues

    Feller, Georges
    Peer reviewed

  9. Phylotranscriptomic consolidation of the jawed vertebrate timetree.

    Irisarri, Iker; Baurain, Denis; Brinkmann, Henner; Delsuc, Frederic; Sire, Jean-Yves; Kupfer, Alexander; Petersen, Jorn; Jarek, Michael; Meyer, Axel; Vences, Miguel; Philippe, Herve
    Peer reviewed

  10. Towards understanding the function of JOINTLESS gene in tomato inflorescence

    Huerga Fernandez, Samuel; Gómez Roldán, Maria Victoria; Orman-Ligeza, Beata; Bendahmane, Abdelhafid; Périlleux, Claire
    The lack of fruit abscission is a trait of great agronomical value. In tomato, the jointless phenotype, referring to the lack of abscission zone (AZ) in the flower pedicel, has been obtained by two independent mutations, named jointless (j) and jointless-2 (j-2). The corresponding genes encode MADS-box transcription factors, as shown in 2000 for J (Mao et al. 2000) and very recently for J-2, known as SlMBP21 (Gomez-Roldan et al., 2017). Similar to the quartet model of MADS-box protein complexes regulating floral organ formation, J and J-2 interact with MADS-box partners, among which MACROCRALYX (MC), to regulate AZ formation (Liu et al. 2014). In addition to...

  11. Lipin-1 regulates cancer cell phenotype and is a potential target to amplify the effect of metabolic inhibitors

    Brohée, Laura
    An increased lipogenesis was reported in various cancers and its inhibition represses proliferation and induces apoptosis of cancer cells while barely affecting most normal cells. The family of lipins encompasses three members: lipin-1, -2 and -3. All exhibit dual functions as enzymes, catalyzing the de-phosphorylation of phosphatidic acid to diacylglycerol, and as co-transcriptional regulators. Thus, they are able to regulate lipid homeostasis at several nodal points. However, no studies addressed the involvement of these proteins in cancer progression neither in vitro nor in vivo. During this PhD work, we first investigated the importance of lipin-1 on prostate cancer cell phenotype....

  12. Differential interaction of synthetic glycolipids with biomimetic plasma membrane lipids correlates with plant biological response

    Nasir, Mehmet Nail; Lins, Laurence; Crowet, Jean-Marc; Ongena, Marc; Dorey, Stephan; Dhondt-Cordelier, Sandrine; Clément, Christophe; Bouquillon, Sandrine; Haudrechy, Arnaud; Sarazin, Catherine; Fauconnier, Marie-Laure; Nott, Katherine; Deleu, Magali
    Peer reviewed

  13. RMD9 overexpression compensates for a partial deficiency of Oxa1p in S. cerevisiae

    Nouet, Cécile; Bourens, Myriam; Hlavacek, Otakar; Marsy, Sophie; Lemaire, Claire; Dujardin, Geneviève

  14. RMD9 overexpression compensates for a partial deficiency of Oxa1p in S. cerevisiae

    Nouet, Cécile; Bourens, Myriam; Hlavacek, Otakar; Marsy, Sophie; Lemaire, Claire; Dujardin, Geneviève
    Peer reviewed

  15. Rmd9p controls the processing/stability of mitochondrial mRNAs and its overexpression compensates for a partial deficiency of Oxa1p in S. cerevisiae

    Nouet, Cécile; Bourens, Myriam; Hlavacek, Otakar; Marsy, Sophie; Lemaire, Claire; Dujardin, Geneviève
    Peer reviewed

  16. Functional analysis of yeast bcs1 mutants

    Nouet, Cécile; Truan, Gilles; Mathieu, Lise; Dujardin, Geneviève
    Peer reviewed

  17. Functional analysis of yeast bcs1 mutants

    Nouet, Cécile; Truan, Gilles; Mathieu, Lise; Dujardin, Geneviève

  18. Structural Basis for Plant Plasma Membrane Protein Dynamics and Organization into Functional Nanodomains

    Gronnier, Julien; Crowet, Jean-Marc; Habenstein, Birgit; Nasir, Mehmet Nail; Bayle, Vincent; Hosy, Eric; Platre, Matthieu Pierre; Gouguet, Paul; Raffaele, Sylvain; Martinez, Denis; Grelard, Axelle; Loquet, Antoine; Simon-Plas, Françoise; Gerbeau-Pissot, Patricia; Der, Christophe; Bayer, Emmanuelle; Jaillais, Yvon; Deleu, Magali; Germain, Veronique; Lins, Laurence(*); Mongrand, Sebastien(*)
    Peer reviewed

  19. Structural Basis for Plant Plasma Membrane Protein Dynamics and Organization into Functional Nanodomains

    Gronnier, Julien; Crowet, Jean-Marc; Habenstein, Birgit; Nasir, Mehmet Nail; Bayle, Vincent; Hosy, Eric; Platre, Matthieu Pierre; Gouguet, Paul; Raffaele, Sylvain; Martinez, Denis; Grelard, Axelle; Loquet, Antoine; Simon-Plas, Françoise; Gerbeau-Pissot, Patricia; Der, Christophe; Bayer, Emmanuelle; Jaillais, Yvon; Deleu, Magali; Germain, Veronique; Lins, Laurence; Mongrand, Sebastien
    Peer reviewed

  20. Structural Basis for Plant Plasma Membrane Protein Dynamics and Organization into Functional Nanodomains

    Gronnier, Julien(*); Crowet, Jean-Marc(*); Habenstein, Birgit(*); Nasir, Mehmet Nail(*); Bayle, Vincent; Hosy, Eric; Platre, Matthieu Pierre; Gouguet, Paul; Raffaele, Sylvain; Martinez, Denis; Grelard, Axelle; Loquet, Antoine; Simon-Plas, Françoise; Gerbeau-Pissot, Patricia; Der, Christophe; Bayer, Emmanuelle; Jaillais, Yvon; Deleu, Magali; Germain, Veronique; Lins, Laurence(*); Mongrand, Sebastien(*)
    Peer reviewed

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