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    Authors: 
    Noémie Bricmont; Lionel Benchimol; Anne-Lise Poirrier; Christine Grignet; Claire Seaton; Mark A. Chilvers; Marie-Christine Seghaye; Renaud Louis; Philippe Lefebvre; Céline Kempeneers;
    Country: Belgium

    Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia (PCD) is a genetic motile ciliopathy, leading to significant otosinopulmonary disease. PCD diagnosis is often missed or delayed due to challenges with different diagnostic modalities. Ciliary videomicroscopy, using Digital High-Speed Videomicr...

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    Authors: 
    Clement, Jessica; Crutzen, Nathalie;
    Publisher: Georgetown University Press (DC)
    Country: Belgium

    When envisioning a post-pandemic world, a window of opportunity to couple economic recovery with sustainability measures presents itself. This is particularly the case for cities, many of which have negative environmental impacts but also act as engines of change at bot...

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    Authors: 
    Thirion, Nicolas;
    Publisher: Larcier (BE)
    Country: Belgium
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    Authors: 
    LECOCQ, Marie; ONESTI, Concetta Elisa; SCHROEDER, Hélène; RORIVE, Andrée; Goffin, Marie; GONNE, Elodie; SAUTOIS, Brieuc; Catot, Amandine; WERA, Odile; NICOLAERS, Laurence; +10 more
    Country: Belgium
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    Requier, Florence; Guillemin, Camille; Reyt, Mathilde; Folville, Adrien; Geurten, Marie; Bastin, Christine; Willems, Sylvie; Muto, Vincenzo; Schmidt, Christina; Collette, Fabienne;
    Country: Belgium

    La pandémie de COVID-19 et le confinement instauré en mars 2020 ont eu des répercussions sur notre fonctionnement quotidien et notre qualité de vie. Certaines études se sont intéressées à leurs impacts sur des variables plutôt affectives, cependant, l'impact de ces évén...

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    Tonen-Wolyec, Serge; Dupont, Raphael; Batina-Agasa, Salomon; HAYETTE, Marie-Pierre; Bélec, Laurent;
    Publisher: Public Library of Science (US-CA)
    Country: Belgium

    The practicability of a prototype capillary whole-blood IgG-IgM COVID-19 self-test (Exacto® COVID-19 self-test, Biosynex Swiss SA, Freiburg, Switzerland) as a serological screening tool for SARS-CoV-2 infection adapted to the general public was evaluated in across-secti...

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    Authors: 
    Olivier Debauche; Saïd Mahmoudi; Sidi Ahmed Mahmoudi; Pierre Manneback;
    Publisher: Springer International Publishing
    Country: Belgium

    Fast and efficient collaboration among researchers is a crucial task to advance effectively in Covid-19 research. In this chapter, we present a new collaborative platform allowing to exchange and share both medical benchmark datasets and developed applications rapidly a...

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    Authors: 
    Chartier, Stéphanie; Delhalle, Manon; Baiverlin, Audrey; Blavier, Adelaïde;
    Publisher: Elsevier Masson
    Country: Belgium

    L’objectif de la présente étude était de mesurer, via une enquête en ligne, l’impact péritraumatique des mesures de confinement liées au covid-19 sur les parents et sur leur sentiment de compétence parentale ainsi que le lien avec la détresse péri-traumatique de leurs e...

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    Authors: 
    Callewaert, Chris; Guyot, Hugues;
    Country: Belgium
  • Publication . Other literature type . 2021
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    Authors: 
    Guyot, Hugues;
    Publisher: die Keure | la Charte – Professional Publishing (BE)
    Country: Belgium

    Depuis près de 2 ans, la pandémie COVID-19 suscite bon nombre de réflexions quant à sa gestion sanitaire. La détection précoce des patients infectés par le Sars-Cov2 semble être un atout majeur pour maintenir le R0 (taux de reproduction de base) en-dessous de 1 et ainsi...