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  1. Influence of corn variety, drying temperature and moisture content at harvest on the saccharides released during an in vitro pepsin-pancreatin digestion

    Odjo, Sylvanus; Huart, François; Bera, François; Jacquet, Nicolas; Richel, Aurore; Blecker, Christophe; Malumba Kamba, Paul
    Peer reviewed

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    Alam, Thomas; cos, rafaël; courty, guillaume; delfini, antonio; Douillet, Anne-Cécile; guénebeaud, camille; Guéranger, David; Kaciaf, Nicolas; Le Derff, Paul; Lefebvre, Remi; le mat, aurore; Leroy, Mélissa; o'miel, julien; Mongy, Aymeric; Prat, Robinson; schotté, manuel; Verhaeghe, Sidonie
    International audience

  3. Modelling and simulation of hydrogen redistribution in a heterogeneous alloy during the cooling down to 200 degrees C

    Sezgin, Jean-Gabriel; Bosch, Cédric; Montouchet, Aurore; Perrin, Gilles; Wolski, Krzysztof
    International audience

  4. Redox regulation by Pitx2 and Pitx3 is critical for fetal myogenesis.

    L'Honoré, Aurore; Commère, Pierre-Henri; Ouimette, Jean-François; Montarras, Didier; Drouin, Jacques; BUCKINGHAM, Margaret
    International audience

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    Burgos Blondelle, valérie; Barbara, Jean-Gaël; Aurore, Buffetault; Carton, Yves; Isabelle, Dujonc; Fregnac, Yves; Shulz, Daniel; Viterbo, David; Denis, Guthleben
    International audience

  6. Toward an integrated seismic risk assessment for nuclear safety improving current French methodologies through the SINAPS@ research project

    Berge Thierry, C.; Svay, Angkeara; Laurendeau, Aurore; Thomas, Chartier; Perron, Vincent; Guyonnet-benaize, Cédric; Kishta, Ejona; Cottereau, Régis; Lopez-Caballero, Fernando; Hollender, Fabrice; Richard, Benjamin; Ragueneau, Frédéric; Voldoire, François; Fabien, Banci; Irmela, Zentner; Moussallam, Nadim; Maria, Lancieri; Bard, Pierre Yves; Grange, Stéphane; Erlicher, Silvano; Kotronis, Panagiotis; Alain, Le; Nicolas, Marc; Regnier, Julie; Bonilla, Luis Fabian; Nikolaos, Theodoulidis
    International audience

  7. Toward an integrated seismic risk assessment for nuclear safety improving current French methodologies through the SINAPS@ research project

    Berge Thierry, C.; Svay, Angkeara; Laurendeau, Aurore; Thomas, Chartier; Perron, Vincent; Guyonnet-benaize, Cédric; Kishta, Ejona; Cottereau, Régis; Lopez-Caballero, Fernando; Hollender, Fabrice; Richard, Benjamin; Ragueneau, Frédéric; Voldoire, François; Fabien, Banci; Irmela, Zentner; Moussallam, Nadim; Maria, Lancieri; Bard, Pierre Yves; Grange, Stéphane; Erlicher, Silvano; Kotronis, Panagiotis; Alain, Le; Nicolas, Marc; Regnier, Julie; Bonilla, Luis Fabian; Nikolaos, Theodoulidis
    International audience

  8. Discovery of magnetic A supergiants: the descendants of magnetic main-sequence B stars

    Neiner, Coralie; Oksala, Mary E.; Georgy, Cyril; Przybilla, Norbert; Mathis, Stéphane; Wade, Gregg; Kondrak, Matthias; Fossati, Luca; Blazère, Aurore; Buysschaert, Bram; Grunhut, Jason
    International audience

  9. Transient brightening of Jupiter’s aurora observed by the Hisaki satellite and Hubble Space Telescope during approach phase of the Juno spacecraft

    Kimura, Tomoki; Nichols, J.D.; Gray, R.L.; Tao, C.; Murakami, G.; Yamazaki, A.; Badman, S.V.; Tsuchiya, F.; Yoshioka, K.; Kita, H.; Grodent, Denis; Clark, G.; Yoshikawa, I.; Fujimoto, M.
    Peer reviewed

  10. Enhancement of Lytic Activity by Leptin Is Independent From Lipid Rafts in Murine Primary Splenocytes

    Collin, Aurore; Noacco, Audrey; Talvas, Jérémie; Caldefie-Chezet, Florence; VASSON, Marie-Paule; Farges, Marie-Chantal
    The authors thank Dr. M.G. Kolonin (Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine, Institute of Molecular Medicine,University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston) for providing the syngeneic EO771 spontaneous mammary adenocarcinoma cell line

  11. Enhancement of Lytic Activity by Leptin Is Independent From Lipid Rafts in Murine Primary Splenocytes

    Collin, Aurore; Noacco, Audrey; Talvas, Jérémie; Caldefie-Chezet, Florence; VASSON, Marie-Paule; Farges, Marie-Chantal
    The authors thank Dr. M.G. Kolonin (Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine, Institute of Molecular Medicine,University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston) for providing the syngeneic EO771 spontaneous mammary adenocarcinoma cell line

  12. Modélisation spatio-temporelle de décompte d’avalanches sous deux influences climatiques

    Lavigne, Aurore; Bel, Liliane; Parent, Eric; Eckert, Nicolas
    National audience

  13. Spatio-temporal modeling of avalanches frequencies in the French alps

    Lavigne, Aurore; Bel, Liliane; Parent, Eric; Eckert., Nicolas
    International audience

  14. Trans-generational Immune Priming Protects the Eggs Only against Gram-Positive Bacteria in the Mealworm Beetle

    Dubuffet, Aurore; Zanchi, Caroline; Boutet, Gwendoline; Moreau, Jérôme; Teixeira, Maria; Moret, Yannick
    International audience

  15. Difficult history : saving Yangon from colonial nostalgia

    Bassett, Aurora Kazi
    Using the form of an essay I discuss the preservation of built heritage from the 'difficult' histories of colonialism and enslavement, linking together the global stories of oppression through colonialism and slavery to the global tourism and pressure for economic growth today. I focus on Yangon, Myanmar (Rangoon, Burma), which has the world's largest collection of Victorian and Edwardian colonial architecture. Years of active neglect by the military government have preserved these aging structures, but this era is coming to an end amid with often conflicting pressures to modernize and campaigns to actively restore the historic downtown. In this thesis...

  16. Détection de l’érosion dans un bassin versant agricole par comparaison d’images multidates acquises par drone

    Lisein, Jonahtan; Pineux, Nathalie; Pierrot-Deseilligny, Marc; Degré, Aurore; Lejeune, Philippe
    Peer reviewed

  17. Détection de l’érosion dans un bassin versant agricole par comparaison d’images multidates acquises par drone

    Lisein, Jonahtan; Pineux, Nathalie; Pierrot-Deseilligny, Marc; Degré, Aurore; Lejeune, Philippe
    Peer reviewed

  18. Hemicelluloses and Lignin in Biorefineries

    wertz, Jean-Luc; Deleu, Magali; Coppée, Séverine; Richel, Aurore
    Hemicelluloses and Lignin in Biorefineries provides an understanding of lignocellulosic biomass, which is mainly composed of cellulose, hemicelluloses, and lignin. It promotes the valorization of these molecules in the context of the bioeconomy and presents hemicelluloses and lignin, which are generated in lignocellulosic biorefineries, as the molecules of the future. The viability of these molecules lies in their renewability and potential. This book covers all aspects of hemicelluloses and lignin including structure, biosynthesis, extraction, biodegradation, and conversion. The book also looks ahead to the socioeconomic and environmental value of biobased industry and emphasizes an understanding of the potential of lignocellulosic...

  19. A high-throughput small molecule screen identifies synergism between DNA methylation and Aurora kinase pathways for X reactivation

    Lessing, Derek; Dial, Thomas O.; Wei, Chunyao; Payer, Bernhard; Carrette, Lieselot L. G.; Kesner, Barry; Szanto, Attila; Jadhav, Ajit; Maloney, David J.; Simeonov, Anton; Hasaka, Thomas; Bedalov, Antonio; Bartolomei, Marisa S.; Lee, Jeannie T.; Theriault, Jimmy
    X-chromosome inactivation is a mechanism of dosage compensation in which one of the two X chromosomes in female mammals is transcriptionally silenced. Once established, silencing of the inactive X (Xi) is robust and difficult to reverse pharmacologically. However, the Xi is a reservoir of >1,000 functional genes that could be potentially tapped to treat X-linked disease. To identify compounds that could reactivate the Xi, here we screened ∼367,000 small molecules in an automated high-content screen using an Xi-linked GFP reporter in mouse fibroblasts. Given the robust nature of silencing, we sensitized the screen by “priming” cells with the DNA methyltransferase...

  20. Chitosan Increases Tomato Root Colonization by Pochonia chlamydosporia and Their Combination Reduces Root-Knot Nematode Damage

    Escudero Benito, Nuria; Lopez-Moya, Federico; Ghahremani, Zahra; Zavala-González, Ernesto A.; Alaguero-Cordovilla, Aurora; Ros-Ibañez, Caridad; Lacasa, Alfredo; Sorribas, Francisco J.; Lopez-Llorca, Luis Vicente
    The use of biological control agents could be a non-chemical alternative for management of Meloidogyne spp. [root-knot nematodes (RKN)], the most damaging plant-parasitic nematodes for horticultural crops worldwide. Pochonia chlamydosporia is a fungal parasite of RKN eggs that can colonize endophytically roots of several cultivated plant species, but in field applications the fungus shows a low persistence and efficiency in RKN management. The combined use of P. chlamydosporia with an enhancer could help its ability to develop in soil and colonize roots, thereby increasing its efficiency against nematodes. Previous work has shown that chitosan enhances P. chlamydosporia sporulation and production...

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