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Identification des mécanismes moléculaires impliqués dans le développement des pathologies hépatiques et rénales dans des modèles murins de glycogénose de type 1a : Identification of molecular mechanisms involved in the development of hepatic and renal pathologies in mouse models of glycogen storage disease type 1a. Gjorgjieva, Monika. Lyon.
Þróun kynjajafnréttis á Alþingi . Ásdís Björg Björgvinsdóttir 1992. University of Bifröst.
Développement de nouveaux catalyseurs hétérogènes par modification de polymères issus de la biomasse . FRINDY, SANA. Universitat Politècnica de València.
Markaðsáætlun : Hótel Skálakot . Sigríður Karólína Viðarsdóttir 1971. University of Bifröst.
Hvernig get ég aðstoðað? Rannsókn á eflingu gæða í ferðaþjónustu út frá þjóðerni. Vala Rún Vilhjálmsdóttir 1982. University of Bifröst.
La refiguration de l’humain sur scène : Roger Blin ou l’art de l’entre-deux : étude des mises en scène par Roger Blin des pièces de Samuel Beckett et de Jean Genet (1953-1968) : Refigurating the human on stage : Roger Blin or the art of the in-between : a study of Roger Blin’s direction of Samuel Beckett and Jean Genet plays (1953-1968). Dumontet, Mathilde. Rennes 2.
Hvort bera neytendur meira traust til hefðbundinna miðla eða áhrifavalda á samfélagsmiðlum þegar kemur að auglýsingu á vörumerkjum fyrirtækja og hefur aldur eitthvað með það að gera? Ragnheiður Smáradóttir 1989. University of Bifröst.
Caractérisation radioélectrique des satellites de télécommunications du futur : Radioelectric measurements of future telecommunication satellites. Balma, Téegwendé Serge. Paris Saclay.
Social Emotions in Multiagent Systems . Rincón Arango, Jaime Andrés. Universitat Politècnica de València.
Réseaux de multidiffusion avec coopération interactive entre récepteurs : Multicast networks with interactive receiver cooperation. Exposito, Victor. Paris Saclay.
Etude de l'implication de CRMP4, un partenaire de MAP6, dans la voie de signalisation sémaphorine 3E : Study of the function of CRMP4, a MAP6 partner, in semaphorin 3E signaling pathway. Boulan, Benoit. Grenoble Alpes.
Cadres pour l'analyse multi-perspective des infrastructures critiques : Frameworks for the multi-perspective analysis of critical infrastructures. Han, Fangyuan. Paris Saclay.
Reykjavík Ritual : viðskiptaáætlun . Guðrún Marsibil Heimisdóttir 1993. University of Bifröst.
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