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  1. 2170-IJBCS-Aticle-Kougoum Pienbeng Ghislain Noé

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    Ploceus cucullatus) dans la ville de Dschang et de ses environs, ainsi que sur les risques potentiels de transmission de leurs germes à l'homme et aux autres animaux. A cet effet, un total de 65 oiseaux ont été capturés et examinés pour la.

  2. Genetic diversity assessment of farmers' and improved potato ...

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    Genetic diversity assessment of farmers' and improved potato (Solanum tuberosum) cultivars from Eritrea using simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers. Biniam Mesfin Ghebreslassie, S. Mwangi Githiri, Tadesse Mehari, Remmy W. Kasili, Marc Ghislain, Eric Magembe ...

  3. International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences - Vol 10 ...

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    Vegetarian diet in Guenon and Mangabey monkeys of Moukalaba-Doudou National Park, Gabon: similarities and differences · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. Lilian Brice Mangama-Koumba, Ghislain Wilfried Ebang Ella, Etienne François ...

  4. Development of a simple sequence repeat (SSR) marker set to ...

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    GREGORY

    2010-08-23

    Ghislain et al., 2004; Milbourne et al., 1998; and. Feingold et al., 2005). Total PCR reaction volume was 40 µl. A PCR reaction composition was as follows: 250 nM of each primer, 0.2. mM of each nucleotide (dNTPs), 1.5 mM ...

  5. Browse Title Index

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    Fred Loïque Mindonga Nguelet, Christophe Roland Zinga Koumba, Jacques François Mavoungou, Ephrem Nzengue, Etienne François Akomo-Okoue, Yoshihiro Nakashima, Shun Hongo, Ghislain Wilfried Ebang Ella, Lilan Brice Mangama Koumba, Bertrand M'batchi. Vol 4, No 6 (2010), Etude de la relation phylogénétique ...

  6. Browse Author Index

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    Items 1 - 50 of 83 ... Mbofung, G · Mborong, VB · Mboueda, Ghislain K. Mbouoapouognigni, V · Mbouobda, DH · Mbouopda, David · Mbu, Robinson · Mbuagbaw, J · Mbuh, J · Mbuntum, Francis Fai · McKEEVER, Declan J. MEGNKOU, Rosette · Mekontchou, T · MELI, J. Mengue N'Dille, GPR · MENSAH, JK · Mesmin, Tchindjang

  7. Root Cause Investigation (RCI) Best Practices Guide Product Overview

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    2014-05-08

    micropac.com Andrew King Boeing andrew.m.king@boeing.com Byron Knight NRO knightby@nro.mil Hans Koenigsmann SpaceX hans.koenigsmann@spacex.com James Koory...ghislain.turgeon@sslmda.com Deborah Valley MIT deborah.valley@ll.mit.edu Fred Van Milligen JDSU fvanmilligen@jdsu.com Marvin VanderWeg SpaceX marvin.vanderwag

  8. Etude de la Relation entre l'abondance des grands mammifères ...

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    ... grands mammifères frugivores et celle des fruits dans le Parc National de Moukalaba-Doudou, Gabon. Fred Loïque Mindonga Nguelet, Christophe Roland Zinga Koumba, Jacques François Mavoungou, Ephrem Nzengue, Etienne François Akomo-Okoue, Yoshihiro Nakashima, Shun Hongo, Ghislain Wilfried Ebang Ella, ...

  9. Intelligence Base: Strategic Instrument of an Organisation

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    2006-12-01

    ESP & Solvay Managementschool Pleinlaan 2, 1050 Brussels BELGIUM Prof. Dr. Ir. Ghislain Hoffman (†) Ghent University – Applied Science ...l’Audit d’Intelligence Economique , Dunod, Paris, 2002 (in French) [11] Yates Frank J., Decision Management: How to Assure Better Decisions in Your

  10. CERN collect for Earthquakein Italy August 24, 2016

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    Brice, Maximilien

    2016-01-01

    Ghislain Roy, President of CERN's Staff Association, Maurizio Serra, Ambassador, permanent Mission of Italy to teh United NAtions Office in Geneva, FAbiola Gianotti, CERN director General and Umberto Dosselli, scientific ataché Italian Permanent Mission in Geneva, show the letter co-signed by CERN's director general and CERN' s Staff Association President indicating the amounbt collected in favour of the vicitims of the August 24 2016 earthquake in central Italy.

  11. Facial skin pores: a multiethnic study

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    Flament, Frederic; Francois,Ghislain; Qiu,Huixia; Ye,Chengda; Hanaya,Tomoo; Batisse,Dominique; Cointereau-Chardon,Suzy; Seixas,Mirela Donato Gianeti; Dal Belo,Susi Elaine; Bazin,Roland

    2015-01-01

    Frederic Flament,1 Ghislain Francois,1 Huixia Qiu,2 Chengda Ye,2 Tomoo Hanaya,3 Dominique Batisse,3 Suzy Cointereau-Chardon,1 Mirela Donato Gianeti Seixas,4 Susi Elaine Dal Belo,4 Roland Bazin5 1Department of Applied Research and Development, L’Oreal Research and Innovation, Paris, France; 2Department of Applied Research and Development, L’Oreal Research and Innovation, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China; 3Department of Applied Research and Development, L&r...

  12. COMPOSITION OF THE JOINT ADVISORY DISCIPLINARY BOARD

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    2004-01-01

    2004 Exercise Appointed by the Director-General Appointed by the Staff Association Members Wisla Carena / PH Claude Despas / AB 1st deputies Fréderick Bordry / AB Françoise Thévenet / AT 2nd deputies Roland Garoby / AB Susan Maio /AT Mrs Carena and Mr Despas have drawn up the following list of staff members from among whom the Chairperson of the Board may be chosen when required : Doris Burckhart / PH Bertrand Nicquevert / TS Pierre Charrue / AB Keith Potter / TS Nicole Laurence Cremel / IT Ghislain Roy / AB Friedemann Eder / DSU Laurent Tavian / AT Laure esteveny / LHC Pierre Vande Vyvre / PH

  13. Transport électronique dans l'ADN

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    Heim , Thomas

    2002-01-01

    Les membres du jury. Présidente du jury : Ghislaine COULON Rapporteurs : Hélène BOUCHIAT Jean – Philippe BOURGOIN Examinateurs : Jérôme CORNIL Directeur de thèse : Dominique VUILLAUME; Electronic transport in DNA This work belongs to the field of molecular electronics. Questions about the electric conduction in DNA was firstly put in 1962 by Eley and Spivey, after the discovery of the double helix structure of DNA by Watson and Crick in 1953. Until now, no consensus has emerged about the elec...

  14. Trust and diversity: a perspective of organisation

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    Ghislain Verstraete

    2003-06-01

    Full Text Available According to Ghislain Verstraete, we have been deaf and mute too long in the face of the consequences and dangers engendered by our “society of risk”, which he calls the “second modernity”. For everyone (but not in the same way, this second modernity is complex, stimulating, conflictive, as well as provocative in our limited competencies. In the face of the crisis, two reactions are possible: one of a diffuse pessimism which gives rise to a defensive and reactionary attitude, limiting citizen action; another one, of an excessive optimism which takes on an offensive tone, generating more questions and more negotiations and opening a perspective of empowerment. All the organisations have to position themselves in a permanent way in relationship to this defensive/offensive axis, not only in theory but also in practice. But, how can pluralism be conceptualised in this second modernity and how can it be put into practice?

  15. Fellow’s Apero

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    2017-01-01

    February 21st marked the happening of the first Fellow's Apero, an event organised by the Staff Association for the CERN Fellows. At the end of the day, about 300 of the over 700 Fellows gathered in Restaurant 1. They came to meet each other, meet the Staff Association Bureau and delegates, share experience, and get some useful information from the event speakers. The turnout of the Fellows was a pleasant surprise, filling the entire space allocated at Restaurant 1 and digging bravely into the prepared snacks. Staff Association - Fellow's Apero - 21st February 2017 The Staff Association president, Ghislain Roy, welcomed our guests. Barbora Gulejova, a Fellow and Staff Association delegate, then gave information on what the Staff Association can do for Fellows, and how they can get involved. Jiri Kral, also a Fellow and Staff Association delegate, presented Fellow-centred statistics and information on personal development opportunities. We also had the great pleasure that Katharine Thomas-C...

  16. Election of the new Executive Committee: Combining continuity and renewal

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    2015-01-01

    In agreement with the Staff Association’s Statutes the new Staff Council elected on Tuesday, 8 December, a new President and his Executive Committee for a two-year mandate 2016–2017. Alessandro Raimondo, the only candidate for president, presented a list of delegates for an Executive Committee, which combines continuity and renewal. These are important assets to start working in early 2016 on the implementation of the decisions of the 2015 Five-Yearly Review, especially in the field of the career structure. Alessandro RAIMONDO GS President / Président Céline GROBON PH Vice-president / Vice-président Catherine LAVERRIÈRE DGS Vice-president / Vice-président Juan GARCIA PEREZ TE Treasurer / Trésorier Ghislain ROY BE Secretary / Secrétaire Sandrine BAUDAT FP Member / Membre Oliver BOETTCHER EN Member / Membre Rachel BRAY GS Member / Membre Nicolas DELRUELLE TE Member / Membre Gianni DEROMA GS Mem...

  17. Geological problems in radioactive waste isolation

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    Witherspoon, P.A.

    1991-01-01

    The problem of isolating radioactive wastes from the biosphere presents specialists in the fields of earth sciences with some of the most complicated problems they have ever encountered. This is especially true for high level waste (HLW) which must be isolated in the underground and away from the biosphere for thousands of years. Essentially every country that is generating electricity in nuclear power plants is faced with the problem of isolating the radioactive wastes that are produced. The general consensus is that this can be accomplished by selecting an appropriate geologic setting and carefully designing the rock repository. Much new technology is being developed to solve the problems that have been raised and there is a continuing need to publish the results of new developments for the benefit of all concerned. The 28th International Geologic Congress that was held July 9--19, 1989 in Washington, DC provided an opportunity for earth scientists to gather for detailed discussions on these problems. Workshop W3B on the subject, ''Geological Problems in Radioactive Waste Isolation -- A World Wide Review'' was organized by Paul A Witherspoon and Ghislain de Marsily and convened July 15--16, 1989 Reports from 19 countries have been gathered for this publication. Individual papers have been cataloged separately

  18. High dimensional classification with combined adaptive sparse PLS and logistic regression.

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    Durif, Ghislain; Modolo, Laurent; Michaelsson, Jakob; Mold, Jeff E; Lambert-Lacroix, Sophie; Picard, Franck

    2018-02-01

    The high dimensionality of genomic data calls for the development of specific classification methodologies, especially to prevent over-optimistic predictions. This challenge can be tackled by compression and variable selection, which combined constitute a powerful framework for classification, as well as data visualization and interpretation. However, current proposed combinations lead to unstable and non convergent methods due to inappropriate computational frameworks. We hereby propose a computationally stable and convergent approach for classification in high dimensional based on sparse Partial Least Squares (sparse PLS). We start by proposing a new solution for the sparse PLS problem that is based on proximal operators for the case of univariate responses. Then we develop an adaptive version of the sparse PLS for classification, called logit-SPLS, which combines iterative optimization of logistic regression and sparse PLS to ensure computational convergence and stability. Our results are confirmed on synthetic and experimental data. In particular, we show how crucial convergence and stability can be when cross-validation is involved for calibration purposes. Using gene expression data, we explore the prediction of breast cancer relapse. We also propose a multicategorial version of our method, used to predict cell-types based on single-cell expression data. Our approach is implemented in the plsgenomics R-package. ghislain.durif@inria.fr. Supplementary data are available at Bioinformatics online. © The Author (2017). Published by Oxford University Press. All rights reserved. For Permissions, please email: journals.permissions@oup.com

  19. Theater

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    2011-01-01

    LES TERRIENS texte et mise en scène de Claire Rengade Un spectacle inspiré de la vie du CERN ! Depuis deux ans, Claire Rengade et son équipe sont en chantier de leur prochaine création, Les Terriens, texte né d'un vagabondage au CERN (Centre Européen de Recherche Nucléaire). Omnubilée par la parole, elle propose une recherche singulière et passionnée, une forme très novatrice entre théâtre, poésie et reportage. Après une rencontre avec divers scientifiques du CERN (Ghislain Roy, Jean-Pierre Quesnel, Vincent Baglin...), Claire Rengade invente une "machine-à-regarder-comment-le-monde-est-fait". Sur fond d'accélérateur de particules, le résultat n'est pas un documentaire, c'est une fiction. Une boîte à expérimenter par l...

  20. Geological problems in radioactive waste isolation

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    Witherspoon, P.A. (ed.)

    1991-01-01

    The problem of isolating radioactive wastes from the biosphere presents specialists in the fields of earth sciences with some of the most complicated problems they have ever encountered. This is especially true for high level waste (HLW) which must be isolated in the underground and away from the biosphere for thousands of years. Essentially every country that is generating electricity in nuclear power plants is faced with the problem of isolating the radioactive wastes that are produced. The general consensus is that this can be accomplished by selecting an appropriate geologic setting and carefully designing the rock repository. Much new technology is being developed to solve the problems that have been raised and there is a continuing need to publish the results of new developments for the benefit of all concerned. The 28th International Geologic Congress that was held July 9--19, 1989 in Washington, DC provided an opportunity for earth scientists to gather for detailed discussions on these problems. Workshop W3B on the subject, Geological Problems in Radioactive Waste Isolation -- A World Wide Review'' was organized by Paul A Witherspoon and Ghislain de Marsily and convened July 15--16, 1989 Reports from 19 countries have been gathered for this publication. Individual papers have been cataloged separately.

  1. Facial skin pores: a multiethnic study

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    Flament F

    2015-02-01

    Full Text Available Frederic Flament,1 Ghislain Francois,1 Huixia Qiu,2 Chengda Ye,2 Tomoo Hanaya,3 Dominique Batisse,3 Suzy Cointereau-Chardon,1 Mirela Donato Gianeti Seixas,4 Susi Elaine Dal Belo,4 Roland Bazin5 1Department of Applied Research and Development, L’Oreal Research and Innovation, Paris, France; 2Department of Applied Research and Development, L’Oreal Research and Innovation, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China; 3Department of Applied Research and Development, L’Oreal Research and Innovation, Tokyo, Japan; 4Department of Applied Research and Development, L’Oreal Research and Innovation, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; 5RB Consult, Bievres, France Abstract: Skin pores (SP, as they are called by laymen, are common and benign features mostly located on the face (nose, cheeks, etc that generate many aesthetic concerns or complaints. Despite the prevalence of skin pores, related literature is scarce. With the aim of describing the prevalence of skin pores and anatomic features among ethnic groups, a dermatoscopic instrument, using polarized lighting, coupled to a digital camera recorded the major features of skin pores (size, density, coverage on the cheeks of 2,585 women in different countries and continents. A detection threshold of 250 µm, correlated to clinical scorings by experts, was input into a specific software to further allow for automatic counting of the SP density (N/cm2 and determination of their respective sizes in mm2. Integrating both criteria also led to establishing the relative part of the skin surface (as a percentage that is actually covered by SP on cheeks. The results showed that the values of respective sizes, densities, and skin coverage: 1 were recorded in all studied subjects; 2 varied greatly with ethnicity; 3 plateaued with age in most cases; and 4 globally reflected self-assessment by subjects, in particular those who self-declare having “enlarged pores” like Brazilian women. Inversely, Chinese women were clearly

  2. In vivo biodistribution and biological impact of injected carbon nanotubes using magnetic resonance techniques

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    Achraf Al Faraj

    2011-02-01

    Full Text Available Achraf Al Faraj1,2, Florence Fauvelle3, Nathalie Luciani4, Ghislaine Lacroix5, Michael Levy4, Yannick Crémillieux1, Emmanuelle Canet-Soulas1Université Lyon1, Créatis-LRMN, Lyon, France; 2King Saud University, College of Applied Medical Sciences, Radiological Sciences Department, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; 3CRSSA, Biophysique Cellulaire et Moléculaire, Laboratoire de RMN, La Tronche, France; 4Université Paris7-Paris Diderot, Matières et Systèmes Complexes, Paris, France; 5Institut National de l’Environnement et des Risques Industriels, Verneuil-en-Halatte, FranceBackground: Single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNT hold promise for applications as contrast agents and target delivery carriers in the field of nanomedicine. When administered in vivo, their biodistribution and pharmacological profile needs to be fully characterized. The tissue distribution of carbon nanotubes and their potential impact on metabolism depend on their shape, coating, and metallic impurities. Because standard radiolabeled or fluorescently-labeled pharmaceuticals are not well suited for long-term in vivo follow-up of carbon nanotubes, alternative methods are required.Methods: In this study, noninvasive in vivo magnetic resonance imaging (MRI investigations combined with high-resolution magic angle spinning (HR-MAS, Raman spectroscopy, iron assays, and histological analysis ex vivo were proposed and applied to assess the biodistribution and biological impact of intravenously injected pristine (raw and purified and functionalized SWCNT in a 2-week longitudinal study. Iron impurities allowed raw detection of SWCNT in vivo by susceptibility-weighted MRI.Results: A transitional accumulation in the spleen and liver was observed by MRI. Raman spectroscopy, iron assays, and histological findings confirmed the MRI readouts. Moreover, no acute toxicological effect on the liver metabolic profile was observed using the HR-MAS technique, as confirmed by quantitative real

  3. Managing our Nuclear Waste: Choosing Safety and Sustainable Development. Proceedings of the European Forum 2005

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    Fischer, Claude; SCHNEITER, Jean-Louis; Lamoureux, Francois; ); Haug, Peter; Flueler, Thomas; Bouzon, Jean-Luc; Carlsson, Torsten; DEMET, Michel; Marsily, Ghislain de; Gadbois, Serge; Gatignol, Claude; Hooft, Evelyn; Jordan Cizelj, Romana; Rollinger, Francois; Bataille, Christian; Shaver, Kathryn; Linkohr, Rolf; Castellan, Angelo; Collard, Daniel; Devezeaux, Jean-Guy; Dose, Francois; Dupraz, Bernard; Gonnot, Francois-Michel; Leclere, Robert; Pradel, Philippe; Webster, Simon; ); Herzog, Philippe

    2005-01-01

    Since 2003, the 'Entretiens europeens' have engaged a dialogue between stakeholders of various socio-professional backgrounds from several countries and with the European Commission, in order to compare the selected options of management and to emphasize the best experiments, which could inspire an innovating European policy in the world. This third edition is intended to provide an updated State-of-play of the reflexions on these issues. These proceedings are organized as follows: 1 - opening talk: Claude Fischer, Head of Entretiens europeens and Jean-Louis Schneiter, Mayor of Reims. 2 - Audition: Francois Lamoureux, Head of DGTREN, European Commission. 3 - First round table 'Democratic issues, various form of consultation and the involvement of the general public in projects' (Chairman: Dr Peter Haug, Head of FORATOM). The idea here is to look at the various forms of information and consultation provided for the general public. We do not want to look at it as opponents do, based on the acceptance or refusal of a laboratory or a disposal site; we want to consider the progress made in research and the actual contracts of agreed objectives, in line with what has been done in Canada. We would then like to reconsider the rights and responsibilities of citizens. A number of questions will be looked at in detail: - a new culture in social relations with regard to information, consultation and assessment: what are the rights, powers and duties of citizens and stakeholders? - legislative process, public debate, right of veto, referendum, opinion poll etc. How do our neighbours tackle the issue? - the involvement of the general public in contracts of agreed objectives - a prerequisite for their success. Intervention: Thomas Flueler, Ecole Polytechnique federale de Zurich (CH) Participants: Jean-Luc Bouzon, General Council of Haute-Marne, vice-president of AEMHM, Torsten Carlsson, former mayor of Oskarshamn, member of KASAM, Sweden, Michel Demet, ANCLI, Ghislain de Marsily