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Strasbourg, France

The University of Strasbourg in Strasbourg, Alsace, France, is the second largest university in France , with about 43,000 students and over 4,000 researchers. The present-day French university traces its history to the earlier German language Universität Straßburg, which was founded in 1538, and was divided in the 1970s into three separate institutions: Louis Pasteur University, Marc Bloch University, and Robert Schuman University. On 1 January 2009, the fusion of these three universities reconstituted a united University of Strasbourg, which is now amongst Europe's best in the League of European Research Universities. Wikipedia.

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University of Strasbourg and French National Center for Scientific Research | Date: 2015-07-31

A method for estimating a spatial distribution of the hazardousness of radiation doses for individuals evolving in a medical operating room defining a three-dimensional environment surrounding at least one source of radiation. First a three-dimensional model of the environment is obtained. Then a simulation of radiation doses attributable to ionizing radiation emitted from the source and scattered by the environment is computed in the model. Then, an image indicating the spatial distribution of the hazardousness for an individual of the radiation doses is generated and displayed. The three-dimensional model comprises models of individuals when the individuals are present in the environment and the image is a three-dimensional image generated for at least a portion of the model including said models of individuals.


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French National Center for Scientific Research and University of Strasbourg | Date: 2017-06-14

The invention pertains to a method for estimating a spatial distribution of the hazardousness of radiation doses for individuals evolving in a medical operating room defining a three-dimensional environment surrounding at least one source of radiation. First a three-dimensional model of the environment is obtained. Then a simulation of radiation doses attributable to ionizing radiation emitted from the source and scattered by the environment is computed in the model. Then, an image indicating the spatial distribution of the hazardousness for an individual of the radiation doses is generated and displayed. The three-dimensional model comprises models of individuals when the individuals are present in the environment and the image is a three-dimensional image generated for at least a portion of the model including said models of individuals.


Patent
University of Strasbourg and French National Center for Scientific Research | Date: 2017-04-06

The present invention relates to a process for labeling compounds comprising thiol moieties with 3-arylpropiolonitrile compounds, to 3-arylpropiolonitrile compounds substituted with tag moieties and to specific 3-arylpropiolonitrile linkers.


Patent
University of Strasbourg, French National Center for Scientific Research and University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 | Date: 2015-07-09

A method for modifying a cellular polymer foam with apparent porosity, which includes providing a cellular polymer foam with apparent porosity, placing the cellular polymer foam in contact with at least one compound in order to obtain a cellular polymer foam including on the surface thereof an intermediate phase formed from the compound having at least one catechol unit. The foam may be used as a catalyst substrate.


Patent
University of Strasbourg and French National Center for Scientific Research | Date: 2015-05-18

The subject matter of the present invention concerns the preparation of a coated solid surface wherein the coating contains at least one in-plane oriented layer of anisotropic shaped objects through a specific spraying method, and the device enabling this method.


Patent
University of Strasbourg, French National Center for Scientific Research and French Atomic Energy Commission | Date: 2015-05-15

The present invention relates to a process for the preparation of a first compound of interest C1 functionalized with a sydnone compound and to the corresponding functionalized C1 compound of interest. The present invention also relates to a process for the preparation of a conjugate of two compounds of interest C1 and C2 implying a sydnone compound and to the obtained conjugate. The present invention also relates to a process for preparing a compound of interest C2 comprising a strained alkyne moiety functionalized with a sydnone and to the corresponding functionalized compound of interest C2. It also relates to novel sydnone compounds substituted in position 4, which may be used in the above processes.


Patent
University of Strasbourg, French National Center for Scientific Research and French Atomic Energy Commission | Date: 2015-06-18

The present invention relates to the use of iminosydnone compounds in processes for the preparation of conjugates of two compounds of interest. The invention further relates to the use of said iminosydnone compounds in a process for releasing a compound of interest. The invention finally relates to novel iminosydnone compounds.


Patent
University of Strasbourg and French National Center for Scientific Research | Date: 2016-08-29

The present invention includes novel derivatives, analogs, and intermediates of the natural products radicicol, pochonins, pochoximes, and their syntheses. The present invention also provides a pharmaceutical composition comprising the present compound and the use of the compound as inhibitors of kinases and of the enzyme family known as heat shock protein 90 (HSP90).


The present invention relates to disintegratable core/shell silica particles encapsulating a bioactive macromolecule or bioactive macromolecule cluster in an active conformation, a method for producing the same, and uses thereof.


Pourquie O.,University of Strasbourg
Cell | Year: 2011

One of the most striking features of the human vertebral column is its periodic organization along the anterior-posterior axis. This pattern is established when segments of vertebrates, called somites, bud off at a defined pace from the anterior tip of the embryo's presomitic mesoderm (PSM). To trigger this rhythmic production of somites, three major signaling pathways - Notch, Wnt/β-catenin, and fibroblast growth factor (FGF) - integrate into a molecular network that generates a traveling wave of gene expression along the embryonic axis, called the "segmentation clock." Recent systems approaches have begun identifying specific signaling circuits within the network that set the pace of the oscillations, synchronize gene expression cycles in neighboring cells, and contribute to the robustness and bilateral symmetry of somite formation. These findings establish a new model for vertebrate segmentation and provide a conceptual framework to explain human diseases of the spine, such as congenital scoliosis. © 2011 Elsevier Inc.

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