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ORBi Open Repository and Bibliography (311.807 recursos)

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 => Anatomy (cytology, histology, embryology...) & physiology

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  1. Eruptive Seborrheic Keratoses Restricted to Plaque/Patch-Stage Mycosis Fungoides

    LEBAS, Eglantine; Quatresooz, Pascale; ARRESE ESTRADA, Jorge; Nikkels, Arjen
    Peer reviewed

  2. Tcf7l2 plays pleiotropic roles in the control of glucose homeostasis, pancreas morphology, vascularization and regeneration.

    Facchinello, Nicola; Tarifeño-Saldivia, Estefania; Grisan, Enrico; Schiavone; Peron, Margherita; Ek, Olivier; Schmitne, Nicole; Meyer, Dirk; Peers, Bernard; Tiso, Natascia; Argenton, Francesco
    Peer reviewed

  3. MiR-337-3p controls hepatobiliary gene expression and transcriptional dynamics during hepatic cell differentiation.

    Demarez, Celine; Gerard, Claude; Cordi, Sabine; Poncy, Alexis; Achouri, Younes; Dauguet, Nicolas; Rosa, David A.; Gunning, Patrick T.; Manfroid, Isabelle; Lemaigre, Frederic P.
    Peer reviewed

  4. Un « Massive Open Online Course » (MOOC) sur des travaux pratiques en Histologie : une méthode, un outil, un public varié ! Retour sur une première année d’expérience.

    Multon, Sylvie; Pesesse, Laurence; Weatherspoon, Alodie; Florkin, Sandra; Van de Poël, Jean François; Martin, Pierre; Vincke, Grégoire; Verpoorten, Dominique; Quatresooz, Pascale; Bonnet, Pierre; Defaweux, Valérie
    Peer reviewed

  5. Deux exemples concrets d'organisation de travaux pratiques: l'Histologie en faculté de Médecine et de Médecine vétérinaire

    Tonus, Céline; Antoine, Nadine; Defaweux, Valérie

  6. Evaluation d’un dispositif d’aide à la réussite par les étudiants : le cas du cours de Biologie en premier bachelier de la Faculté des Sciences à l’ULiège

    Poffé, Corentin; Rigo, Pierre; Thiry, Marc; Hindryckx, Marie-Noëlle

  7. Apport de la microscopie virtuelle dans l’enseignement de l’Histologie

    Florquin, Sandra; Tonus, Céline

  8. DON DE SON CORPS A LA SCIENCE

    Bonnet, Pierre

  9. Compétences pratiques en Anatomie humaine, entraînement et évaluation au travers de l’introduction des TICEs en salle de dissection

    Dernier, Adrienne; Van de Poël, Jean-François; Bonnet, Pierre; Carlier, Alain; Schaffer, Patrick; Lecomte, Béatrice; Radermecker, Marc; Defaweux, Valérie
    Peer reviewed

  10. Modulation of NMDA receptor mediated excitatory synaptic currents in dopamine neurons of the substantia nigra.

    Destreel, Geoffrey; Seutin, Vincent; Engel, Dominique
    Dopamine (DA) neurons of the substantia nigra pars compacta (SNc) exhibit two main firing modes, spontaneous single action potential (AP) firing and bursting. The amount of DA released by these neurons in target areas depends on the presynaptic AP firing pattern and is essential to modulate several aspects of behavior such as the control of movement. Bursting activity is mediated by excitatory afferents and specifically by the activation of NMDA receptors (NMDARs). However, the level of activation of NMDARs at these synapses during spontaneous synaptic activity is unknown. We assessed the occupancy of the glycine binding sites of the NMDAR...

  11. Dissection de l’évolution du dispositif d’évaluation en anatomie macro- et microscopique : une réponse à l’évaluation de compétences complexes dans les grands groupes

    Bonnet, Pierre; Crahay, Vinciane; Humblet, Jean-Philippe; Dernier, Adrienne; Defaweux, Valérie
    Peer reviewed

  12. Un « Massive Open Online Course » (MOOC) sur des travaux pratiques en Histologie : le grand écart entre son intégration dans l’enseignement universitaire et l’intérêt du grand public.

    Multon, Sylvie; Pesesse, Laurence; Weatherspoon, Alodie; Florquin, Sandra; Van de Poël, Jean-François; Martin, Pierre; Vincke, Grégoire; Verpoorten, Dominique; Quatresooz, Pascale; Bonnet, Pierre; Defaweux, Valérie
    Peer reviewed

  13. Cortical spreading depression decreases Fos expression in rat periaqueductal gray matter

    Borysovych Bogdanov, V.; Bogdanova, O. V.; LOMBARD, Arnaud; Chauvel, V.; Multon, Sylvie; Kot, L. I.; Makarchuk, M. Y.; Schoenen, Jean
    Peer reviewed

  14. Toward discovery of novel key genes for pancreatic beta cell regeneration in zebrafish

    Carril Pardo, Claudio Andrès; Bergemann, David; Massoz, Laura; Lavergne, Arnaud; Bourdouxhe, Jordane; Peers, Bernard; Voz, Marianne; Manfroid, Isabelle
    Diabetes is becoming a leading health issue worldwide. It occurs under insulin resistance/deficiency and when insulin-producing pancreatic beta-cell mass is dramatically reduced. Besides therapeutic strategies to preserve beta-cell mass and function and improve insulin treatments, beta-cell replacement constitutes a promising alternative to replenish the pancreas with functional beta-cells. Several observations of pancreatic cell plasticity has led to the hope that triggering beta-cell regeneration within the pancreas could be harnessed in future therapies. Still, mammals show limited regenerative capabilities, making difficult the study of these mechanisms. In contrast, zebrafish is extensively used for regeneration studies notably of beta-cells. We recently showed...

  15. Identification of Signaling Pathways Regulating Beta Cell Regeneration in Zebrafish

    Massoz, Laura; Bergemann, David; Lavergne, Arnaud; Bourdouxhe, Jordane; Carril Pardo, Claudio; Peers, Bernard; Voz, Marianne; Manfroid, Isabelle
    Diabetes is becoming a leading health issue worldwide. It occurs under insulin resistance/deficiency and when insulin-producing pancreatic beta-cell mass is dramatically reduced. Besides therapeutic strategies to preserve beta-cell mass and function and improve insulin treatments, beta-cell replacement constitutes a promising alternative to replenish the pancreas with functional beta-cells. Beta-cell neogenesis can be achieved from different pancreatic cell types leading to the hope that triggering regeneration could be harnessed in future therapies. Still, mammals show limited regenerative capabilities, making difficult the study of these mechanisms. In contrast, zebrafish is extensively used for regeneration studies notably of beta-cells. We recently showed that...

  16. Zebrafish: a small fish to tackle alternative routes toward anti-diabetic treatments

    Manfroid, Isabelle

  17. Approche expérimentale de la collision entre les plis vocaux en phonation et du phonotraumatisme : Études in vivo et sur larynx humains excisés

    Lagier, Aude
    The collision between the vocal folds during phonation is a physiological phenomenon with a powerful role in the synchronization of their vibration. This collision is also a component of the phonotrauma. The role of phonotrauma in the pathophysiology of dysphonia is commonly accepted but its nature still unclear and its quantification remains difficult. This work proposes, an in vivo study in healthy subjects, and ex vivo ones on excised human larynges. The purpose of this work was to study the laryngeal behavior when the larynx is subjected to extremely high subglottic pressure. In vivo, the shouted voice was recorded with constant measure of subglottic pressure. Ex vivo, the...

  18. KIAA1199: a novel regulator of MEK/ERK-induced Schwann cell dedifferentiation

    Boerboom, Angelique; Reusch, Céline; Pieltain, Alexandra; Chariot, Alain; Franzen, Rachelle
    Peer reviewed

  19. Loss of transfer RNA U34 modifying enzymes impairs hematopoietic stem and progenitor cell differentiation and function

    Rosu, Adeline; Bai, Qiang; Ramery, Eve; Thiry, Marc; Close, Pierre; Bureau, Fabrice; Desmet, Christophe
    Hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells (HSPCs) require fine-tuned protein translation for their normal maintenance and function. Conserved modifications of the wobble uridine base (U34) in transfer RNAs catalyzed by the Elongator complex are required for optimal protein translation efficacy and fidelity, but their biological importance in mammalian stem and progenitor cells remains largely unexplored. Here, we studied the impact of loss of activity of the catalytic subunit Elp3 of Elongator on HSPC differentiation and function. Hematopoietic-cell-specific depletion of Elp3 in conditional knockout mice resulted in shortened lifespan associated with hematopoietic failure and lymphoma development. Elp3 deletion caused apoptosis of specific...

  20. mTOR Regulates Endocytosis and Nutrient Transport in Proximal Tubular Cells.

    Grahammer, Florian; Ramakrishnan, Suresh K.; Rinschen, Markus M.; Larionov, Alexey A.; Syed, Maryam; Khatib, Hazim; Roerden, Malte; Sass, Jorn Oliver; Helmstaedter, Martin; Osenberg, Dorothea; Kuhne, Lucas; Kretz, Oliver; Wanner, Nicola; Jouret, François; Benzing, Thomas; Artunc, Ferruh; Huber, Tobias B.; Theilig, Franziska
    Peer reviewed

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