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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.

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  1. Disulfide Connectivity Analysis of Peptides Bearing Two Intramolecular Disulfide Bonds Using MALDI In-Source Decay

    Massonnet, Philippe; Haler, Jean; Uper, Gregory; Smargiasso, Nicolas; Mourier, Gilles; Gilles, Nicolas; Quinton, Loïc; De Pauw, Edwin
    Peer reviewed

  2. Multi scale transport modelling in heterogenous porous and fractured media

    Hoffmann, Richard; Goderniaux, Pascal; Dassargues, Alain
    For characterizing preferential flow paths to advance subsurface process imaging in porous (alluvial sediments) and fractured (Chalk main fracture) media in Belgium multiple tracer tests using innovative tracer like heat, solute and dissolved gases are applied jointly and are under ongoing analytical and numerical comparison and interpretation. To assess the impact of preferential flow paths and quantify plus reduce the associated uncertainty in transport predictions using HydroGeoSphere, a Bayesian Evidential Learning approach for porous media and a dual-domain modelling approach for a double porosity Chalk Aquifer are used for ongoing investigations.

  3. Dynamics of greenhouse gases in the rivergroundwater interface in gaining river stretch (Triffoy catchment, Belgium)

    Jurado, Anna; Borges, Alberto; Pujades, Alberto; Briers, Pierre; Nikolenko, Olha; Dassargues, Alain; Brouyère, Serge
    Peer reviewed

  4. Méthode de vitrification en une étape

    Connan, Delphine; Ectors, Fabien; Vanderzwalmen, Pierre; Grobet, Luc
    Ce brevet rapporte la description et les résultats d'une nouvelle méthode de vitrification cellulaire dont le conditionnement repose sur une seule et brève étape d'exposition des cellules à un milieu vitrifiant avant le refroidissement brutal dans l'azote liquide. Il en résulte une (quasi-)absence de pénétration intracellulaire de cryoprotecteurs, le conditionnement reposant essentiellement sur une déshydratation. Le réchauffement est effectué lui aussi en une seule étape, sans nécessité de passer par des étapes d'équilibration dans des solutions hypertoniques. Cette méthode remet en cause les paradigmes de la vitrification, qui postulent la nécessité d'une équilibration progressive des milieux extra et intracellulaires préalables...

  5. Why could meditation practice help promote mental health and well-being in aging?

    Chetelat, Gael; Lutz, Antoine; Arenaza-Urquijo, Eider; Collette, Fabienne; Klimecki, Olga; Marchant, Natalie
    Peer reviewed

  6. Proteomic analysis of osteoblasts secretome provides new insights in mechanisms underlying osteoarthritis subchondral bone sclerosis

    Sanchez, Christelle; Mazzucchelli, Gabriel; Comblain, Fanny; Lambert, Cécile; De Pauw, Edwin; Henrotin, Yves
    Peer reviewed

  7. Architecture for programmable network infrastructure

    Barbette, Tom
    Software networking promises a more flexible network infrastructure, poised to leverage the computational power available in datacenters. Virtual Net- work Functions (VNF) can now run on commodity hardware in datacenters instead of using specialized equipment disposed along the network path. VNFs applications like stateful firewalls, carrier-grade NAT or deep packet inspection that are found “in-the-middle”, and therefore often categorized as middleboxes, are now software functions that can be migrated to reduce costs, consolidate the processing or scale easily. But if not carefully implemented, VNFs won’t achieve high-speed and will barely sustain rates of even small networks and therefore fail to fulfil their promise. As of today, out-of-the-box solutions are far...

  8. The atypical subunit composition of respiratory complexes I and IV is associated with original extra structural domains in Euglena gracilis.

    Miranda-Astudillo, H. V.; Yadav, K. N. S.; Colina-Tenorio, L.; Bouillenne, Fabrice; Degand, H.; Morsomme, P.; Boekema, E. J.; Cardol, Pierre
    Peer reviewed

  9. Brain correlates of single trial visual evoked potentials in migraine: more than meets the eye.

    Lisicki Martinez, Marco; D’Ostilio, Kevin; Coppola, Gianluca; Maertens de Noordhout, Alain; Parisi, Vincenzo; Schoenen, Jean; MAGIS, Delphine
    Peer reviewed

  10. Heterostructured ZnO/RuO2 photocatalyst: influence of sputtering temperature on the photocatalytic and photoelectrochemical properties

    Periyannan, Shanmugapriya; Manceriu, Laura; Colson, Pierre; Henrist, Catherine; Cloots, Rudi; KLEIN, Andreas; JAEGERMANN, Wolfram
    Peer reviewed

  11. Heterostructured photocatalytic material and the influence of its architecture

    Periyannan, Shanmugapriya; Manceriu, Laura; Colson, Pierre; Henrist, Catherine; KLEIN, Andreas; JAEGERMANN, Wolfram; Cloots, Rudi
    Peer reviewed

  12. First-principles study of (Ba,Ca)TiO3 and Ba(Ti,Zr) O3 solid solutions

    Amoroso, Danila; Cano, Andres; Ghosez, Philippe
    Peer reviewed

  13. Untangling tangs: Implications of tanged stone tool morphologies for hafting and raw material use in the Palaeolithic

    Taipale, Noora; Tomasso, Sonja; Coppe, Justin; Touzé, Olivier; Rots, Veerle
    Tanged tools are the most obvious typological hint of stone tool hafting in the Palaeolithic record. As a result, their appearance has been viewed as the advent of tool hafting, and tangs in younger assemblages are often taken as a sign of technological change. Despite these assumptions, the implications of tanged morphologies for hafting, overall tool design, and raw material use are only starting to become addressed in functional studies. Meanwhile the significance of morphological and technological variability among tangs from different periods has received little attention. We discuss this aspect by presenting new results on Aterian and Early Gravettian...

  14. New light on the variability of hunting equipment in the Gravettian

    Coppe, Justin; Taipale, Noora; Touzé, Olivier; Bodu, Pierre; Chiotti, Laurent; Rots, Veerle
    Hunting is commonly believed to have been one of the central aspects in the lives of Palaeolithic groups and it is therefore an integral part of almost any attempt to explain the archaeological record. Different methods are used to understand prey selection (archaeozoology), to identify lithic or osseous armatures (use-wear analysis) and to reconstruct their production sequences (chaîne opératoire analysis). Despite these achievements, our current methods tell us little about the overall design of hunting weapons and their change through time, which would be a key aspect for a true reconstruction of Palaeolithic hunting practices. In this contribution, we argue that...

  15. “Stirring up” TERRITORIES: Integrating social and ethical considerations into radioecology

    Van Oudheusden, Michiel; Fisher, Erik
    Peer reviewed

  16. Managing uncertainties through citizen science: the case of Fukushima

    Van Oudheusden, Michiel; Kenens, Joke; Turcanu, Catrinel
    Peer reviewed


    López Pérez, Ana Rosa
    It is known that retinoic acid (RA) plays an important role in the antero-posterior patterning of the embryo in vertebrates. RA is synthesized in the mesoderm and diffuses to the endoderm where it acts by binding the nuclear RA receptors, these receptors binds regulatory elements that will regulate the transcription of different genes. It is unclear which are the signals that act to localize pancreas in the mid-gut Some studies have shown that RA signaling during gastrulation is required for pancreatic cell differentiation. Indeed, incubation of zebrafish gastrulae with RA produces anterior ectopic pancreatic cells, and inversely, the inhibition of...

  18. Accelerated ex situ breeding of GBSS- and PTST1-edited cassava for modified starch

    Bull, Simon; Seung, David; Chanez, Christelle; Mehta, Devang; Kuon, Joel-Elias; Truernit, Elisabeth; Hochmuth, Anton; Zurkirchen, Irene; Zeeman, Sam; Gruissem, Wilhlem; Vanderschuren, Hervé
    Peer reviewed

  19. Limb derived cells as a paradigm for engineering self-assembling skeletal tissues.

    Fernando, Warnakulasuriya A.; Papantoniou, Ioannis; Mendes, Luis F.; Hall, Gabriella Nilsson; Bosmans, Kathleen; Tam, Wai L.; Teixeira, Liliana M.; Moos, Malcolm Jr; Luyten, Frank; Geris, Liesbet
    Peer reviewed

  20. In silico clinical trials for pediatric orphan diseases.

    Carlier, Aurélie; Vasilevich, A.; de Boer, J.; Geris, Liesbet
    Peer reviewed

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