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Perinatal depression in (pregnant) mothers: 'From prevalence to prevention' – A precision medicine approach within a public health perspective KU Leuven
Development of a collaborative - multidisciplinary protocol for treatment and follow-up of mayor depression University of Antwerp
Assessment of the involvement of genetic factors in the clinical expression of the psoroptic scabies in the Belgian Blue Ghent University
PSOROVIS The project responds to a demand from the sector of Belgian White Blue faced increasing problem of scabies. It is likely that the problem has a multifactorial origin, among others. genetic and environment are likely involved. a full epidemiological study will be conducted at company level, which will examine the existence or non-existence of the disease in herds. Now developed improved immunological and clinical istrumenten to define ...
Development of molecular identification and detection techniques for patuline producing moulds in order to study the impact of storage conditions of apples on the expression of patuline producing genes Ghent University
A molecular technique to detect moulds, processing the genes for the synthesis of patulin, will be developped. Furthermore, the expression of one or several genes will be monitored in order to correlate them with the real patulin production and mould growth on apples as function of the several storage conditions of the apples.
Gene expression Ghent University
Understanding gene expression at a systems level is crucial for gaining correct insights in development and disease of complex organisms. Transcription regulatory networks describe gene expression as a function of inputs specified by physical and funcitonal interactions between transcription factors, miRNAs, cofactors and DNA. We investigate reverse-engineering algorithms to more correctly infer transcription regulatory networks from ...
Blended psychotherapy. KU Leuven
Blended care cognitieve behavioral or psychodynamic therapy versus face-to-face psychotherapy for depression: a multicentre randomized non-inferiority trial.