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Towards religious superdiversity: diversity, plurality, pluralism and recognition
This book describes the issues of recognition of religious diversity in terms of relations, urban public space, public debate, public visibility and social and legal recognition. It suggests thinking about the contemporary situation of plural societies at the crossroads of empirics and norms. It is...
The regulation of teachers’ activities
Competition and regulatory law news
Inter-judicial regulation in the European Union: around the judgment of the Court of Justice, Abdeli and Melki
The history of GMOs is not a failed controversy, but a successful conflict
Francis Chateauraynaud In a ticket following a seminar on GMOs at EHESS in September 2010, I announced the forthcoming dissemination of a research report from more than three years of collective work. As the last formalities have been sent to the NRA, this report is finally available on the GSPR web...
Membrane dynamics and cytoskeleton regulation in megakaryocyte differentiation
Megakaryocytes (MK) are giant cells located in the bone marrow that produce blood platelets. Their differentiation is characterized by an increase in proteins and membranes that leads to the elongation of cytoplasmic protrusions called proplatelets (PPTs). PPTs will cross the medullar endothelium to...
Regulation of serotonin system in the pancreatic beta cell by glucocorticoids : involvement in the pathophysiology of diabetes
Type 2 diabetes is now a real global public health problem. It results from a defect of mass and / or function of pancreatic beta cells. The identification and understanding of the mechanisms underlying these defects would help develop strategies to restore the functional beta cell mass. Glucocortic...
Compartmentalization and integration of signal transduction by A-Kinase Anchoring Proteins (AKAPs) in the regulation of insulin secretion
Insulin secretion is a major physiological function triggered in the body upon glucose entry into pancreatic β cells. This process is naturally subject to modulation by numerous metabolites, neurotransmitters or hormones. Among the modulatory hormones, incretins, mainly Glucagon Like Peptide (GLP1),...
What the Flesh Carries. A Sociological Approach to the Emergence of Face Transplant
How has the face become an organ, object of donation and transplantation? Starting from thisquestioning, this thesis invests the environment of those who have carried facial transplantprojects, and those who have debated about them, during the years 2000 and 2010 in Franceand the United Kingdom. It...
Effect of aging on visual inhibition: Exploration through an WM task including visual similarities
Managers, managers and professionals: identity crisis, existential crisis and ethical perspectives
This text is an analysis of the crisis in relations between managers and businesses. As a result of several interviews, he tries to analyse the ongoing crisis as a conflict of identities, raison d’être, values and purposes between managers and businesses. In the first part, he outlined the empirical...
Cellular and molecular oncology
Education Introduction The regulation of gene expression is an essential aspect of cancer transformation. In the rest of the previous year’s teaching on key regulation of cell stress (P53), this year’s teaching focused on the historical case of nuclear receivers. The transcription of genes is the su...
Vasopressin and cardiovascular regulation in humans: haodynamic and hormonal effects of a specific vascular action inhibitor
Genetic study of glycemic control
Type 2 Diabetes is a major health care problem responsible for early morbidities and mortality. T2D prevalence inexorably increases due to dramatic changes in our way of life. T2D is preventable but no generally curable and present medications fail to prevent the worsening of glucose control and the...
The Role of nitric oxide in the remodeling of the photosynthetic apparatus under abiotic stress in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
The regulation of photosynthesis is crucial for photoautotrophic organisms and is usually operated by the modulation of light absorption or by redirection of electrons towards alternative sinks, in order to redistribute energy among several metabolic pathways. Between different mechanisms described,...
Stories and counter-narratives from the international scene
contributing to a website How to be heard in a world of unprecedented complexity, where the number of players around the negotiating tables is increasing and where the diversity of interests seems infinite? How can we be heard in this new international cacophony, also known as ‘global governance’, f...
Oceanic emissions of gases of interest for atmospheric chemistry - Modeling oceanic dynamics of CO, isoprene and DMS
Phytoplankton activity is responsible for the oceanic production of volatile compounds which, once released into the atmosphere, have an impact on its oxidative capacity, on aerosol formation and on climate evolution. The oceanic emissions of most of these compounds are, however, poorly known becaus...
Beyond health security dependencies. Rethinking public health and industrial policies construction
International audience Improving public health security on a sustainable basis is not simply a matter of adjusting economic variables or a few incentives, even on a large budgetary scale. Such an ambition implies that new compromises must be made at the different levels of stakeholders in health sec...
Hypotensive effect of new exercise modalities in grade 1 or 2 hypertensive patients
High blood pressure is a common disease with many cardiovascular complications. Inactivity is also an important cardiovascular risk factor, and the regular practice of physical activity (PA) decreases very significantly this risk, more than the single improvement of blood pressure (BP). Therefore, P...
Worldwide law firms: what strategies for the future?
among business law firms, global law firms are relatively new and have a special role in legal services. Although they offer a very wide range of legal services on their respective domestic markets, they devote a large proportion of their activities to carrying out major international operations, ma...
Operate to organize the co-development – execution of highly constrained and risky building sites: Prevention of occupational health and safety risks of sewer pipe renovation sites
International audience This communication presents the results of our intervention following a request for assistance in the prevention of musculoskeletal disorders in a construction company. Our primary objective was to understand the practices developed by workers and site managers to anticipate t...
Ecumenism through the band: what people do at the institutions
After a reflection borrowed from Mr de Certeau and H. Sacks on how a community of believers manages its heterogeneity and certain forms of deregulation, the author is studying two concrete cases of ‘band’ eccumenism: ‘trenenism’, conducted in the United States by conservative Catholics and evangelic...
Digital in the broad sense (computing, networks, media, internet) has invaded all human activities, from the most personal to the most collective, and has profoundly changed our relationship to others, space, time. This reference book presents the theoretical background and key concepts and a critic...
The dynamics of political extremism : assessing the impact of intergroup conflicts and societal threats upon support for discriminatory policies, political violence and ideological extremization
AbstractViolent extremism is on the rise again across the globe (STARTS, 2018). In this dissertation, we propose an integrative model of intergroup co-radicalization processes to understand those phenomena and apply to the study of the post-terror attack context in France. Drawing upon social identi...
Comparative study of regulation by calcium of trafficking of aquaporin-3 and aquaporin-2 in epithelials cells
The aquaporins (AQPs) are small membrane proteins forming water channels and transporters for smal solutes like glycerol. The AQPs play important roles in transmembrane or transcellular transports in various cells, like kidney cells, but also in skin epidermis keratinocytes. The skin epidermis is a...