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Rate of progression of Alzheimer's disease is associated with genetic risk.

Farrer, Lindsay et al. (1 janv. 1995)

textabstractOBJECTIVE: To determine whether differences in genetic origin affect the clinical course of Alzheimer's disease (AD). The limited number of cases of AD linked to a known genetic abnormality is a major obstacle in determining whether the disorder is expressed differently in patients with ...

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Source : DANS

Going for gold: Investigating the (non)sense of increased advertising around major sports events

Gijsenberg, Maarten J. (mars 2014)

Major sports events draw unsurpassed media attention. Companies are motivated to increase their advertising investments around these events to reach large audiences in a short period. Is such an advertising surge actually beneficial though, or should companies avoid advertising in these periods ...

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Fine sediment dynamics in a shallow lake and implication for design of hydraulic works

Vijverberg, T. et al. (11 août 2010)

Lake Markermeer is a large (680 km2), shallow body of water in the middle of the Netherlands, with a mean water depth of 3.6 m. One of the major problems in the lake is its decreasing ecological value which is, among other reasons, caused by a gradual increase of suspended sediment concentration and ...

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Source : Erudit

Drama Boxiana: Spectacle and Theatricality in Pierce Egan’s Pugilistic Writing

Snowdon, David (2007)

In the evolving literary sub-genre of sports writing, Pierce Egan (c. 1772-1849) infused his prizefight commentaries with a theatricality that extended their appeal beyond the confines of a diverse sporting set (‘the Fancy’). This paper examines prominent factors that rendered Egan’s approach ...

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Source : HAL

Comment l'illumination nocturne est devenue une politique urbaine : la circulation de modèles d'aménagement de Lyon (France) à Puebla, Morelia et San Luis Potosí (Mexique)

Hernandez Gonzalez, Edna (6 oct. 2010)

During the last twenty years, the urban night originally appeared in France as a new discourse in particular concerning the new functions of lighting in the city. The evolution of the rhythms of lifestyles toward night-time schedules, the offer of services and leisure activities during night, the ...

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Vasodilators and regional blood flow

Bolt, Gert Roelf (3 avr. 1985)

textabstractNowadays many different antihypertensive drugs are available which lower the blood pressure through various mechanisms of action. Accordingly, the haemodynamics changes that accompany the fall in blood pressure vary considerably depending upon the respective site of action of the drug ...

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Bezwijkmechanismen van staalvezelbeton-plaatverbindingen

Kuijper, TM Marlies (2012)

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