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  • Respiratory health impact of working in sawmills in Eastern Canada

    Cormier, Yvon; Mériaux, Anne; Duchaine, Caroline (2000)
    Air contamination in sawmills can cause respiratory health problems. The authors measured respirable dust, bacteria, endotoxins, and molds collected from 17 sawmills in eastern Canada. A total of 1,205 sawmill workers answered a respiratory-health questionnaire, and they all participated in lung-function measurements, skin-prick tests, and venous blood sampling for specific immunoglobulins against molds found in the sawmills. Workers had normal lung functions, and most respiratory symptoms co...

    Grafting on nude mice of living skinquivalents produced using human collagens

    López Valle, Carlos Antonio; Germain, Lucie; Rouabhia, Mahmoud; Xu, Wen; Guignard, Rina; Goulet, Francine; Auger, François A. (1996)
    Autologous epidermal transplantation for human burn management is an example of a significant breakthrough in tissue engineering. However, the main drawback with this treatment remains the fragility of these grafts during and after surgery. A new human bilayered skin equivalent (hSE) was produced in our laboratory to overcome this problem. The aim of the present work was to study skin regeneration after hSE grafting onto nude mice. A comparative study was carried out over a period of 90 days,...

    Distinct trajectories of separation anxiety in the preschool years : persistence at school entry and early-life associated factors

    Battaglia, Marco M.; Touchette, Évelyne; Garon-Carrier, Gabrielle; Dionne, Ginette; Côté, Sylvana; Vitaro, Frank; Tremblay, Richard Ernest; Boivin, Michel (2015)
    Background : Little is known about how children differ in the onset and evolution of separation anxiety (SA) symptoms during the preschool years, and how SA develops into separation anxiety disorder. In a large, representative population-based sample, we investigated the developmental trajectories of SA symptoms from infancy to school entry, their early associated risk factors, and their associations with teachers' ratings of SA in kindergarten. Methods : Longitudinal assessment of...

    Links between friends’ physical aggression and adolescents’ physical aggression : what happens if gene-environment correlations are controlled?

    Vitaro, Frank; Brendgen, Mara Rosemarie; Girard, Alain; Dionne, Ginette; Tremblay, Richard Ernest; Boivin, Michel (2016)
    Exposure to deviant friends has been found to be a powerful source of influence on children’s and adolescents’ aggressive behavior. However, the contribution of deviant friends may have been overestimated because of a possible non-accounted gene-environment correlation (rGE). In this study, we used a cross-lagged design to test whether friends’ physical aggression at age 10 predicts an increase in participants’ physical aggression from age 10 to age 13 years. Participants were 201 pairs of mo...

    Drilled-in shear reinforcement for concrete thick slabs : modelling aspects

    Fiset, Mathieu; Bastien, Josée; Mitchell, Denis (2014)
    In order to evaluate the performance of drilled-in bonded shear reinforcement, two series of largescale slabs were tested before and after shear strengthening. Experimental results indicate that the 2006 Canadian Standard and the 2010 fib Model Code provisions overestimate the shear strength of such strengthened slabs by about 29% if the drilled-in shear reinforcement is assumed to be totally effective. The main goal of this research is to develop a method for predicting the shear...
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