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      The authors would like to thank Dali Ma for editing of the manuscript, the Arthro-Tools and PLATIM platforms of the SFR Biosciences (UMS3444/US8) for providing Drosophila and imaging facilities, Christelle Boulé and Annie Rivoire from the Centre Technologique des Microstructures attached to the Faculty of Sciences and Technologies of the University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 for TEM, Bruno Lemaitre and the Bloomington Stock Centre for fly lines, and the Developmental Studies Hybridoma Bank and Mikio Furuse for antibodies. G.S. and R.M. were funded by fellowships from the "Fondation pour la Recherche Médicale" (FDT20140930923 for G.S. and SFP20140129318 for R.M.). [1]
      The authors would like to thank Dr. Wassim Daher for critically reading the manuscript. The authors also thank the BioImaging Center Lille for access to instruments. [1]
      The authors would like to thank Prof. Varda Rotter for kindly providing the human epithelial prostate cells, Ep156T; Prof Viana and Prof. Pardo for kindly providing with prostate cell lines and input for the analysis of endogenous TRPM8 function analysis; and Prof. Theodorus W.J. Gadella for the Original pmTurquoise2-N1, pmTurquoise2-C1, and pSYFP2-C1 vectors. [1]
      The balance of ubiquitin conjugation and deconjugation [1]
      The Copenhagen Hepatitis C Program (CO-HEP) is a joint venture of the Department of Infectious Diseases and Clinical Research Centre, Hvidovre Hospital, and the Department of Immunology and Microbiology, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark. We thank F. L. Cosset, C. Rice, and T. Wakita for providing essential reagents. We also thank S. Ung for his help in preparing the figures and L. Linna for manuscript proofreading. We are very grateful to A. Danneels for her precious help during the revisions. Immunofluorescence and flow cytometry analyses were performed with the help of the imaging core facility of the BioImaging Center Lille Nord-de-France. [2]
      The experiments were partly performed at IUT A which is gratefully acknowledged. [1]
      The Rural Landscape in north-eastern Roman Gaul, Rurland, ERC-2013-ADG [1]
      The Rural Lanscape in north-eastern Roman Gaul, Rurland, ERC-2013-ADG [1]
      The teams at the Institut Pasteur of Madagascar (IPM) would like to thank the teams of Jean-Claude Manuguerra, CIBU, Anne Sophie Le Guern, CNR “Plague and other yersinioses”, Javier Pizarro-Cerda, Yersinia Unit and Simon Cauchemez, Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases Unit Institut Pasteur, Paris, for the fruitful collaboration to develop and implement the quantitative PCRs and to analyze the epidemiological data in an emergency context. [1]
      Théorie du Droit et Logique [1]
      This work has been achieved using the facilities of the EXCELSIOR Nanoscience Characterization Center and of the RENATECH program and was [1]
      This work is dedicated to the memory of Eduardo Dei‐Cas, who actively contributed to the initial design and practical achievement of the FungiCOPD project. We also would like to thank Stéphanie Delvart, Sandrine Bonaventure, Dorothée Monvillers, Michèle Wauquier, Filoména Naji, and Nausicaa Gantois for technical assistance, Dr Isabelle Durand‐Joly, Pr El Moukhtar Aliouat, and Dr Annie Standaert‐Vitse for their steady interest in the work and for fruitful discussions, and all the physicians who participated to the recruitment of patients. This work was partially presented as an oral communication at the “European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases” in 2014, at the congress of the “French Medical Mycology Society” in 2016, and as a poster at the TIMM‐7 in 2015. RW is a Research Associate at the National Fund for Scientific Research FNRS‐FRS (Belgium). [1]
      Towards a critical moral anthropology [8]
      Towards a Unified theory of biotic Interactions: the roLe of environmental [2]
      TowARds Advanced bicmos NanoTechnology platforms for rf and thz applicatiOns [6]
      Towards the establishment of a permanent European Virtual Institute dedicated to Malaria Research (EVIMalaR). [1]
      Trans-European Research Training Network on Engineering and Provisioning of Service-Based Cloud Applications [1]
      Transfert différentiel intercellulaire des assemblages de Tau [1]
      Transformations de phase, microstructures, et leur signatures sismiques dans le manteau terrestre [16]
      Transistor-synapse et circuits pour les architectures neuro-inspirées [2]