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See detailGrowth tests on media containing drugs
Vandenbol, Micheline ULiege; Portetelle, Daniel ULiege; Hilger, François

Poster (1997)

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Vandenbol, Micheline ULiege; Portetelle, Daniel ULiege; Hilger, F.

in Second Eurofan Meeting (1997)

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See detailGrowth velocity of preterm infants - analysis and recommendations
Fenton, Tanis; Hoyaos, Angela; Groh-Wargo, Sharon et al

Conference (2017)

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See detailGrowth velocity of preterm infants - analysis and recommendations
Fenton, Tanis; Hoyos, Angela; Groh-Wargo, Sharon et al

Conference (2017)

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See detailGrowth, body development and reproduction in Belgian Blue cattle as influenced by management
Evrard, Pierre; de Behr, Vanessa; Raskin, Pascale et al

in Book of abstracts of the 49th annual meeting of the European Association for Animal Production (1998)

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See detailGrowth, development and metabolic programming in premature infants
SENTERRE, Thibault ULiege

in 8th International Neonatal Conference (2013, February)

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See detailGrowth, fluorescence, photosynthetic O-2 production and pigment content of salt adapted cultures of Arthrospira (Spirulina) platensis
Ben Dhiab, R.; Ben Ouada, H.; Boussetta, H. et al

in Journal of Applied Phycology (2007), 19(4), 293-301

The effect of salt concentration (NaCl) on growth, fluorescence, photosynthetic activities and pigment content of the cyanobacterium Arthrospira platensis has been investigated over 15 days. It has been ... [more ▼]

The effect of salt concentration (NaCl) on growth, fluorescence, photosynthetic activities and pigment content of the cyanobacterium Arthrospira platensis has been investigated over 15 days. It has been observed that high NaCl concentration induces an increase of the growth, photosynthetic efficiency (alpha), phycobilin/chlorophyll ratio and a slight decrease of dark respiration and compensation points. Moreover, high NaCl concentration enhances photosystem II (PSII) activity compared to photosystem I (PSI). Results show that the phycobilin-PSII energy transfer compared to the chlorophyll-PSII (F-695,F-600/F-695,F-440) increases. However, data obtained about the maximal efficiency of PSII photochemistry are controversial. Indeed, the Fv/Fm ratio decreases in salt adapted cultures, while at the same time the trapping flux per PSII reaction center (TR0/RC) and the probability of electron transport beyond QA (Psi(0)) remain unchanged at the level of the donor and the acceptor sites of PSII. This effect can be attributed to the interference of phycobilin fluorescence with Chl a when performing polyphasic transient measurements. [less ▲]

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See detailGrowth, milk and meat production with a Belgian Blue x Holstein F1 herd
Gielen, Marc ULiege; Dufrasne, Isabelle ULiege; Hollo, Véronique et al

in Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Meeting of E.A.A.P. (1991)

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See detailGrowth, size and age at maturity of the agile frog (Rana dalmatina) in an Iberian Peninsula population
Sarasola-Puente, V.; Gosá, A.; Oromi Farrús, Neus ULiege et al

in Zoology (2011), 114

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See detailGrowth-hormone binding protein (GHBP) binds prolactin in cattle plasma
Massart, Serge; Ban, Anne-Marie; Renaville, Robert ULiege et al

Conference (1995)

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See detailGrowth-induced haemodynamic changes in healthy Friesian calves
Amory, Hélène ULiege; Desmecht, Daniel ULiege; Linden, Annick ULiege et al

in Veterinary Record : Journal of the British Veterinary Association (1993), 132(17), 426-434

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See detailGrowth-inhibiting effects of a neem-based insecticide (Margosan-O) against Spodoptera littoralis (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae
Haubruge, Eric ULiege; Seck, Dogo; Hemptinne, Jean-Louis et al

in Insect Science and its application (1994), 15(4), 243-249

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See detailGrowth-modulating molecules are associated with invading Schwann cells and not astrocytes in human traumatic spinal cord injury
Buss, A.; Pech, K.; Kakulas, B. A. et al

in Brain (2007), 130(Part 4), 940-953

Despite considerable progress in recent years, the underlying mechanisms responsible for the failure of axonal regeneration after spinal cord injury (SCI) remain only partially understood. Experimental ... [more ▼]

Despite considerable progress in recent years, the underlying mechanisms responsible for the failure of axonal regeneration after spinal cord injury (SCI) remain only partially understood. Experimental data have demonstrated that a major impediment to the outgrowth of severed axons is the scar tissue that finally dominates the lesion site and, in severe injuries, is comprised of connective tissue and fluid-filled cysts, surrounded by a dense astroglial scar. Reactive astrocytes and infiltrating cells, such as fibroblasts, produce a dense extracellular matrix (ECM) that represents a physical and molecular barrier to axon regeneration. In the human situation, correlative data on the molecular composition of the scar tissue that forms following traumatic SCI is scarce. A detailed investigation on the expression of putative growth-inhibitory and growth-promoting molecules was therefore performed in samples of post-mortem human spinal cord, taken from patients who died following severe traumatic SCI. The lesion-induced scar could be subdivided into a Schwann cell dominated domain which contained large neuromas and a surrounding dense ECM, and a well delineated astroglial scar that isolated the Schwann cell/ECM rich territories from the intact spinal parenchyma. The axon growth-modulating molecules collagen IV, laminin and fibronectin were all present in the post-traumatic scar tissue. These molecules were almost exclusively found in the Schwann cell-rich domain which had an apparent growth-promoting effect on PNS axons. In the astrocytic domain, these molecules were restricted to blood vessel walls without a co-localization with the few regenerating CNS neurites located in this region. Taken together, these results favour the notion that it is the astroglial compartment that plays a dominant role in preventing CNS axon regeneration. The failure to demonstrate any collagen IV, laminin or fibronectin upregulation associated with the astroglial scar suggests that other molecules may play a more significant role in preventing axon regeneration following human SCI. [less ▲]

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See detailGrowth-Related Changes in the Pulmonary Function of Goats
Bakima, M.; Lomba, Fernand; Lekeux, Pierre ULiege

in Veterinary Research Communications (1990), 14(2), 141-146

Growth-related changes in pulmonary function values were investigated in 20 healthy French Alpine goats, aged between 20 and 550 days, weighing 7-55 kg. Pulmonary ventilation, mechanics of breathing and ... [more ▼]

Growth-related changes in pulmonary function values were investigated in 20 healthy French Alpine goats, aged between 20 and 550 days, weighing 7-55 kg. Pulmonary ventilation, mechanics of breathing and arterial oxygen tension were measured using standardized techniques and methods adapted for goats of different body sizes. The Ppl values and the tI/tTOT ratio showed no significant changes with age and body size. The ventilation values (Vt, Ve, mVI and mVE) increased linearly with growth. There was a significant correlation of age and body weight with dynamic lung compliance (Cdyn), total pulmonary resistance (RL), viscous work of breathing (Wvis tot) and minute viscous work (Wvis min) throughout the age range studied. Cdyn, Wvis tot and Wvis min increased and RL decreased with age and body weight. Arterial blood gases (PaO2 and PaCO2) did not show significant changes over the age range studied. Regression equations for each pulmonary function parameter are given with body weight as the independent variable. Data for the mechanics of breathing were compared with those elsewhere for cattle, horses, man and dogs. [less ▲]

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See detailGrowth-survival trade-off in shrub saplings from Neotropical mountain grasslands
Negreiros, D.; Fernandes, G. W.; Efremova, A. A. et al

in South African Journal of Botany (2016), 106

The growth-survival trade-off plays a central role in the coexistence of species-rich plant communities. While recurrently described in forest tree communities primarily limited by light availability ... [more ▼]

The growth-survival trade-off plays a central role in the coexistence of species-rich plant communities. While recurrently described in forest tree communities primarily limited by light availability, this trade-off is still poorly documented in grassland and savanna vegetation. In this comparative study we planted in a quartzitic degraded site eight-month-old saplings of eleven shrub species native from constrained mountain grassland (Brazilian rupestrian grassland). We measured the relative growth rate (RGR) during a 30-week time interval, leaf water potential under dry and wet conditions, and related these traits to the species survival. The interspecific comparison between the saplings performance clearly showed the classic growth-survival trade-off. The RGR expressed in stem diameter and aboveground biomass explained respectively 62% and 40% of the variation in saplings' survival one year after planting, and respectively 65% and 44% of the variation in survival 4.5 years after planting. This trade-off was not related to either leaf water potential or final size in aboveground biomass and basal stem diameter. Our results corroborate the view that the growth-survival trade-off is universally applicable, even in non-forest communities such as grasslands and savannas subjected to severe nutritional deficiency, pronounced seasonal drought, and high light incidence. The environmental differences in micro-habitats that compose rupestrian grasslands should distinctly favour species with contrasting strategies of growth and survival, thus contributing to niche partitioning and coexistence in this species-rich ecosystem. © 2016 South African Association of Botanists. [less ▲]

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See detailGroßer Lebensmittel-assoziierter Ausbruch durch rekombinante Noroviren GII.g/GII.1 in einem süddeutschen Krankenhaus
Hoffman, Dieter; Mauroy, Axel ULiege; Protzer, Ulrike et al

Poster (2011, September)

a) Einleitung Noroviren sind derzeit die häufigsten Gastroenteritiserreger. Durch ihre niedriger infektiöse Dosis und Umweltstabilität verursachen sie häufig Ausbrüche in Krankenhäusern und anderen ... [more ▼]

a) Einleitung Noroviren sind derzeit die häufigsten Gastroenteritiserreger. Durch ihre niedriger infektiöse Dosis und Umweltstabilität verursachen sie häufig Ausbrüche in Krankenhäusern und anderen Gemeinschaftseinrichtungen. Wir berichten über den größten Norovirusausbruch in einem Münchner Krankenhaus der vergangenen Jahre mit über hundert infizierten Patienten und insgesamt 28 betroffenen Mitarbeitern aus verschiedenen Bereichen. b) Material/Methoden Wir wiesen Noroviren GII durch real time Amplifikation eines 94 bp am 3´Ende des Nichtstruktur Polyprotein nach. Sieben positive Proben, aus verschiedenen Bereichen des Klinikums einschließlich zweier Außenstellen, sowie Proben von 2 Küchenmitarbeitern wurden sequenziert. Dabei untersuchten wir 1110 bp, bestehend aus Polymerase- und Capsidsequenzen. Das Ausbruchsmanagement bestand aus einer task force, die neben dem ärztlichen Direktor aus Ärzten, Pflegekräften, Hygieniker und Virologen Apotheke, Einkauf, und Küchenbereich bestand. Zu den Maßnahmen gehörten unter anderem Abfrage aller betroffenen Stationen mit mindestens täglicher Aktualisierung der line-list, Umstellen desinfizierender Maßnahmen, sehr eng kontrolliertes Patientenmanagement (Verlegungen nur nach Rücksprache mit der Hygiene), Begehung aller betroffenen Stationen und der Küche, Abfrage der Nahrungsmittelaufnahme durch Fragebögen, Fortbildung des Personals und enge Kooperation mit den zuständigen Behörden. c) Ergebnisse Am 15.06. traten bei Patienten erstmalig Übelkeit und Erbrechen auf, am Folgetag wurde bei den ersten Patienten Noroviren in Stuhlproben nachgewiesen. Die letzte Neuinfektion wurde am 23.06. registriert, so dass der Ausbruch bereits am 04.07. in Absprache mit dem RGU München für beendet erklärt wurde. Insgesamt wurde Norovirus RNA bei 116 Patienten auf 34 Stationen sowie 28 Mitarbeitern nachgewiesen. Zweiundzwanzig Mitarbeiter waren in der direkten Patientenversorgung tätig, eine Mitarbeiterin arbeitete im Laborbereich. Fünf der Mitarbeiter waren im Küchenbereich beschäftigt und sind damit die wahrscheinlichste Infektionsquelle. Sie gaben keine bzw. nur wenig ausgeprägte Symptome an, mit denen sie weiterarbeiteten. In den bisher untersuchten Lebensmittelrückstellproben konnten keine Noroviren detektiert werden. Alle untersuchten Sequenzen entsprachen einem rekombinanten GII.g/GII.I Stamm. Die ähnlichsten publizierten Sequenzen unterscheiden sich nur durch 17 Nukleinsäure-, und 3 Aminosäureaustausche d) Schlussfolgerungen Wir beschreiben hier den größten Norovirenausbruch in Münchener Kliniken der letzten Jahre. Er breitete sich rasch aus und trat außerhalb der üblichen Norovirussaison auf. Durch schnelle Einleitung strikter Hygienemaßnahmen und einer engen Überwachung der betroffenen Stationen fanden wir nach 10 Tagen keine Neuinfektionen und konnten den Ausbruch zeitnah für beendet erkären. Erstmalig wiesen wir den rekombinanten Stamm GII.g/II.1 in unserem Universitätsklinikum nach. Fehlende oder niedrige Immunität der exponierten Personen könnte die initial rasche Ausbreitung begünstig haben. Zusammenfassend zeigen unsere Daten, dass bei Gastroenteritisfällen auch in den Sommermonaten mit Noroviren gerechnet werden muss. Diese können auch von oligo- oder asymptomatischem Personal ausgehen. Schnelle Erregerdiagnose und entsprechende Hygienemaßnahmen sind wesentlich in der Bekämpfung der Infektion. [less ▲]

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Focant, Jean-François ULiege

Conference (2016)

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See detailGrundlagen der Strippung und der Rektifikation
Pfennig, Andreas ULiege

in Stickstoffrückbelastung (1996)

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See detailGrupo de Trabajo para el manejo del infarto agudo de miocardio con elevacion del segmento ST de la Sociedad Europea de Cardiologia (ESC).
Steg, Gabriel; James, Stefan K.; Atar, Dan et al

in Revista Espanola de Cardiologia (2013), 66(1), 531-5346

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