Stéphane Aunoble

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INTRODUCTION Bipedalism is a distinguishing feature of the human race and is characterised by a narrow base of support and an ergonomically optimal position thanks to the appearance of lumbar and cervical curves. MATERIALS The pelvis, adapted to bipedalism, may be considered as the pelvic vertebra connecting the spine to the lower limbs. Laterally, the(More)
INTRODUCTION The adoption by humans of an upright position resulted in broadening and verticalisation of the pelvis together with the appearance of characteristic spinal curves, has profoundly modified the structure of the muscles supporting the spine. MATERIAL In order to characterise the sagittal balance of the pelvis, it is necessary to define(More)
INTRODUCTION It has become well recognised that sagittal balance of the spine is the result of an interaction between the spine and the pelvis. Knee flexion is considered to be the last compensatory mechanism in case of sagittal imbalance, but only few studies have insisted on the relationship between spino-pelvic parameters and lower extremity parameters.(More)
Synthetic matrix metalloproteinase-sensitive hydrogels for the conduction of tissue re-generation: engineering cell-invasion characteristics. Identification of a second active site in laminin for promotion of cell adhesion and migration and inhibition of in vivo melanoma lung colonization. Functional differentiation of hepatocyte-like spheroid structures(More)
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