J . - P . Fabre

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Forty chronic venous leg ulcers were treated, before split skin grafting, with human amnion prepared in one of the four following ways: tissue-culture-maintained, frozen, fresh or lyophilised. Although there was no significant statistical difference in the results obtained with the different preparations of amnion, we found that lyophilised amnion was at(More)
In this study we present an integrative modeling framework aimed at assessing the balance between water demand and availability and its spatial and temporal variability over long time periods. The model was developed and tested over the period 1971–2009 in the Hérault (2500 km, France) and the Ebro (85 000 km, Spain) catchments. Natural streamflow was(More)
New data are presented on charged particle pseudorapidity distributions for inelastic events produced at c.m. energies ]//s=200 and 900 GeV. The data were obtained at the CERN antiproton-proton Collider operated in a new pulsed mode. The rise of the central density p(0) at energies up to ]fs = 900 GeV has been studied. A new form of central region scaling(More)
An essential component of the CERN WA95/CHORUS experiment is a scintillating ber tracker system for precise track reconstruction of particles. The tracker design, its opto-electronics readout and calibration system are discussed. Performances of the detector are presented. presented by Dirk Rondeshagen to The 7th Wire Chamber Conference, Vienna 1995.(More)
A scintillating ber tracker system consisting of more than one million bers has been successfully constructed and made operational for the CERN WA95/CHORUS experiment. The design and construction of the tracker system as well as its opto-electronic readout are described. The performance of the detector with high energy muons is presented.
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