Publications - Research, PURE and research support en-us PURE Extension (Web Department) 30 <![CDATA[Konkurslovens § 112 – særligt med henblik på boets forretningspapirer -og materiale]]> Christensen, L. H. Research Sun, 01 Jan 2023 10:23:05 +0100 fe66eb7e-a37c-4bfc-82f7-27a111687ed7 <![CDATA[Kommunernes opgaver - Kommunalfuldmagten mv., 4.udg.]]> Revsbech, K., Ege, H., Thomsen, H. B. Research Tue, 22 Aug 2023 10:23:05 +0200 11a6eaac-4a19-4333-bf30-f1d8127b9609 <![CDATA[Noteopdatering af lov om erstatningsansvar]]> Isager, H., von Eyben, B. Research Sun, 01 Jan 2023 10:23:05 +0100 695ede24-2ec7-4d1b-8687-9d55970d48d2 <![CDATA[Udlejers ændringsret]]> Wissing Kjærgaard, B.
Bogen behandler de relevante lejeretlige regler, ligesom de typiske kendetegn og forudsætninger i lejeforhold inddrages. Historiske perspektiver foldes ud, hvor de bidrager til forståelsen af nugældende regler og principper, herunder de bagvedliggende hensyn for lejeloven.

Desuden fastlægges, hvilke obligationsretlige principper der gælder for ændringsretten i vedvarende kontrakter generelt, og om der fra tilgrænsende retsområder kan udledes fælles grundlæggende hensyn, interesser og principper for ændringsretten i vedvarende kontrakter, hvor der er et beskyttelseshensyn til den ene kontraktpart. I relation hertil bliver retsvirkningerne ved udlejers uberettigede, ensidige ændringer behandlet.

Reglerne for private beboelseslejemål, erhvervslejemål og almene lejemål minder meget om hinanden, og de overordnede principper for ændringsretten vil således kunne overføres til erhvervslejemålene og de almene lejemål. Bogen behandler forskellene i et særskilt kapitel.

Bogen er en bearbejdet og opdateret udgave af Bitten Wissing Kjærgaards ph.d.-afhandling fra 2021.]]>
Research Thu, 30 Nov 2023 10:23:05 +0100 1df7ff5a-a9d1-40f2-b5c3-6c404ee6b640
<![CDATA[Evaluation of post-weld treated steel welds subject to mechanical loading]]> Friis, O. B., Yıldırım, H. C., Blum, H. B. It is a well known fact that cold-formed steel members subjected to compression are sensitive to geometrical imperfections, due to their often slender cross-sectional proportions. In both research and design such geometrical imperfections are most commonly introduced as eigenmodes obtained from linear buckling analyses. However, the reason for introducing imperfections as eigenmodes are grounded in practical reasons rather than the actual physics of imperfections. This can lead to incorrect or conservative representations of the actual distribution of imperfections. A more accurate way to include geometrical imperfections in simulations is to generate a point-cloud, representing the true geometry of the member, with a 3D laser scanner. In this paper a lipped C-channel cold-formed from high strength steel is scanned using a hand-held 3D laser scanner. The scans are used to create a true geometry mesh, to be used in non-linear finite element analysis using the finite element software Abaqus. Using a 3D laser scanner to generate a true geometry mesh of the member, is proved to be an efficient and accurate way to represent a true geometry model in numericalsimulations. The channel with high strength steel poses a large post-critical reserve, due to the increased yield stress. Additionally, models with HFMI treated corners are presented and simulated as well. A significant increase in collapse capacity, is shown for models with HFMI treated corners.

Research Fri, 01 Jan 2021 10:23:05 +0100 9d1a5f27-ee4e-4da2-8a83-1fc5bd547596
<![CDATA[Invasive neuromodulation for chronicpain in Denmark]]> Meier, K., Glud, A. N., Sørensen, J. C. H. Chronic neuropathic pain is often very difficult to treat effectively and constitutes a significant burden on both the affected patients and society. Invasive neuromodulation, electrical stimulation of specific nerve structures with implanted electrodes, can be a viable treatment option for patients suffering from severe, chronic neuropathic pain where conventional treatment has not provided sufficient pain relief. Careful patient selection is vital. This paper provides an overview of the treatment field in Denmark.

Research Mon, 04 Jul 2022 10:23:05 +0200 aacd707d-bb6a-4267-a300-2f3e322f91e7
<![CDATA[Basic surgical techniques in the göttingen minipig]]> Ettrup, K. S., Glud, A. N., Orlowski, D., et al. The emergence of the Göttingen minipig in research of topics such as neuroscience, toxicology, diabetes, obesity, and experimental surgery reflects the close resemblance of these animals to human anatomy and physiology 1-6.The size of the Göttingen minipig permits the use of surgical equipment and advanced imaging modalities similar to those used in humans 6-8. The aim of this instructional video is to increase the awareness on the value of minipigs in biomedical research, by demonstrating how to perform tracheal intubation, transurethral bladder catheterization, femoral artery and vein catheterization, as well as transcardial perfusion. Endotracheal Intubation should be performed whenever a minipig undergoes general anesthesia, because it maintains a patent airway, permits assisted ventilation and protects the airways from aspirates. Transurethral bladder catheterization can provide useful information about about hydration state as well as renal and cardiovascular function during long surgical procedures. Furthermore, urinary catheterization can prevent contamination of delicate medico-technical equipment and painful bladder extension which may harm the animal and unnecessarily influence the experiment due to increased vagal tone and altered physiological parameters. Arterial and venous catheterization is useful for obtaining repeated blood samples and monitoring various physiological parameters. Catheterization of femoral vessels is preferable to catheterization of the neck vessels for ease of access, when performing experiments involving frame-based stereotaxic neurosurgery and brain imaging. When performing vessel catheterization in survival studies, strict aseptic technique must be employed to avoid infections6. Transcardial perfusion is the most effective fixation method, and yields preeminent results when preparing minipig organs for histology and histochemistry2,9. For more information about anesthesia, surgery and experimental techniques in swine in general we refer to Swindle 2007. Supplementary information about premedication and induction of anesthesia, assisted ventilation, analgesia, pre- and postoperative care of Göttingen minipigs are available via the internet at http://www.minipigs.com10. For extensive information about porcine anatomy we refer to Nickel et al. Vol. 1-511.

Research Wed, 01 Jun 2011 10:23:05 +0200 6c8be6ee-b02e-4b9e-9ab6-8d88925e9c28
<![CDATA[Refleksioner over »i behold«-vurderingen ved personlige erstatninger mv. omfattet af ægtefællelovens § 36, stk. 1 og 2]]> Sørensen, N. M. Research Sun, 01 Jan 2023 10:23:05 +0100 793d06c4-b387-40f5-91ad-ccdf31d992ca <![CDATA[Administrative nævns forelæggelsesadgang]]> Jørgensen, J. M. B., Olsen, B. E. Research Sun, 01 Jan 2023 10:23:05 +0100 6ac5c33c-9eb4-4e30-ae73-6609eb413c44 <![CDATA[Returflaske-dommen]]> Olsen, B. E. Research Sun, 01 Jan 2023 10:23:05 +0100 03b9edfc-2215-4e47-ac6a-56e3251edcf5 <![CDATA[Regulatory financial obligations for promoting local acceptance of renewable energy projects]]> Olsen, B. E. Research Fri, 26 Dec 2014 10:23:05 +0100 109f3125-ee96-4083-9d43-39445d7ee776 <![CDATA[Foreword]]> Olsen, B. E. Research Fri, 28 Aug 2015 10:23:05 +0200 0deb9d92-d7a3-4a95-abb9-465dd6c8997c <![CDATA[Preface]]> Kreiser, L., Andersen, M. S., Olsen, B. E., Speck, S., Milne, J. E., Ashiabor, H. Research Fri, 28 Aug 2015 10:23:05 +0200 61b0e08a-7964-4c79-86b8-4ce345eb8c03 <![CDATA[Preface]]> Kreiser, L., Andersen, M. S., Olsen, B. E., Speck, S., Milne, J. E., Ashiabor, H. Research Fri, 28 Aug 2015 10:23:05 +0200 d0e0357d-0b78-4e5b-ad4b-d01cce0ce880 <![CDATA[Arbejdsmarkedets regler 2023]]> Munkholm, N. V. Communication Sun, 01 Jan 2023 10:23:05 +0100 b8294e9d-ab2a-45e5-ba34-3f4caa9d074a <![CDATA[Possible Approaches to Addressing Existing Plastic Pollution in an International Treaty]]> Foss Hansen, S., Rognerud, . I., Peterkova Mitkidis, K., Syberg, . K. Commissioned Sun, 01 Jan 2023 10:23:05 +0100 08101442-a39f-4573-aaeb-41024b77f353 <![CDATA[Increase in invasive group A streptococcal infections and emergence of novel, rapidly expanding sub-lineage of the virulent Streptococcus pyogenes M1 clone, Denmark, 2023]]> Johannesen, T. B., Munkstrup, C., Edslev, S. M., et al. A highly virulent sub-lineage of the Streptococcus pyogenes M1 clone has been rapidly expanding throughout Denmark since late 2022 and now accounts for 30% of the new invasive group A streptococcal infections. We aimed to investigate whether a shift in variant composition can account for the high incidence rates observed over winter 2022/23, or if these are better explained by the impact of COVID-19-related restrictions on population immunity and carriage of group A Streptococcus.

Research Thu, 01 Jun 2023 10:23:05 +0200 6c8819e7-1c27-4e63-b694-3044362a1249
<![CDATA[Kommentarer til L 2013 1457 - forbrugeraftaleloven]]> Karstoft, S. Research Sun, 01 Jan 2023 10:23:05 +0100 88d59eef-e785-4359-9b70-271b7cf1fb72 <![CDATA[Udsat Velfærd // Dobbelt Udsatte]]> Verdoner, S. A., Holst, N. S., Adolphsen, C. Communication Wed, 01 Feb 2023 10:23:05 +0100 fcf2ff3e-7613-48a0-af29-771a27b67b8f <![CDATA[International skatteret 2022-2023 (2)]]> Laursen, A. N. Research Sun, 01 Jan 2023 10:23:05 +0100 42b560da-7cc8-4105-8e7a-9a3aea0fc02f <![CDATA[Familieret]]> Naur, E., Adolphsen, C., Sørensen, N. M. Research Sun, 01 Jan 2023 10:23:05 +0100 99739335-90fd-4676-9374-1f21718b83c3 <![CDATA[Case of Pavlov and Others v. Russia. App. No. 31612/09]]> Pedersen, O. W. Research Tue, 31 Oct 2023 10:23:05 +0100 5e58a658-13f3-43a0-a9bc-47e98415d33c <![CDATA[Kommentar til Lejeloven L 2022 341, kapitel 22]]> Kier, S. Research Mon, 25 Sep 2023 10:23:05 +0200 79a88d94-fbf7-470b-8427-7e4802e92721 <![CDATA[Fri lejefastsættelse og AFTL § 36]]> Kier, S. Research Thu, 26 Oct 2023 10:23:05 +0200 9f6ae333-b146-4216-8743-803aead49ce1 <![CDATA[Til D'Hrr Politiassistenter - om ytrings- og forsamlingsfrihed og udenrigspolitiske hensyn]]> Terkelsen, O. Research Sun, 01 Oct 2023 10:23:05 +0200 767b8b6f-6931-44e4-833f-29abf9db21cb <![CDATA[Nation-wide participation in FIT-based colorectal cancer screening in Denmark during the COVID-19 pandemic]]> Olesen, T. B., Jensen, H., Møller, H., Jensen, J. W., Andersen, B., Rasmussen, M. Background Worldwide, most colorectal cancer screening programmes were paused at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, whilst the Danish faecal immunochemical test (FIT)-based programme continued without pausing. We examined colorectal cancer screening participation and compliance with subsequent colonoscopy in Denmark throughout the pandemic. Methods We used data from the Danish Colorectal Cancer Screening Database among individuals aged 50-74 years old invited to participate in colorectal cancer screening from 2018-2021 combined with population-wide registries. Using a generalised linear model, we estimated prevalence ratios (PR) and 95% confidence intervals (CI) of colorectal cancer screening participation within 90 days since invitation and compliance with colonoscopy within 60 days since a positive FIT test during the pandemic in comparison with the previous years adjusting for age, month and year of invitation. Results Altogether, 3,133,947 invitations were sent out to 1,928,725 individuals and there were 94,373 positive FIT tests (in 92,848 individuals) during the study period. Before the pandemic, 60.7% participated in screening within 90 days. A minor reduction in participation was observed at the start of the pandemic (PR=0.95; 95% CI: 0.94-0.96 in pre-lockdown and PR=0.85; 95% CI: 0.85-0.86 in 1st lockdown) corresponding to a participation rate of 54.9% during pre-lockdown and 53.0% during 1st lockdown. This was followed by a 5-10% increased participation in screening corresponding to a participation rate of up to 64.9%. The largest increase in participation was observed among 55-59 year olds and among immigrants. The compliance with colonoscopy within 60 days was 89.9% before the pandemic. A slight reduction was observed during 1st lockdown (PR=0.96; 95% CI: 0.93-0.98), where after it resumed to normal levels. Conclusions Participation in the Danish FIT-based colorectal cancer screening programme and subsequent compliance to colonoscopy after a positive FIT result was only slightly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Research Sun, 01 Jan 2023 10:23:05 +0100 92e4f94f-8d3a-4e32-ac1c-ca5400e4a218
<![CDATA[Introduction]]> Pedersen, O. W. Research Fri, 01 Sep 2023 10:23:05 +0200 d3b558ce-7ae0-4bab-84ba-667224946233 <![CDATA[Skifterettens udpegning af kurator og rekonstruktør]]> Jensen, K. S. Research Fri, 01 Sep 2023 10:23:05 +0200 f88327e9-d221-425b-9b87-57a6788631eb <![CDATA[Flygtningenævnet er blevet kompromitteret under paradigmeskiftets krydspres]]> Vedsted-Hansen, J. Communication Wed, 27 Sep 2023 10:23:05 +0200 5197219a-e1d4-4131-b70e-cbe443cc7502 <![CDATA[Executory contracts in insolvency]]> Langkjaer, L. H. Research Sat, 01 Apr 2023 10:23:05 +0200 cf4cdcbc-50f6-4ff1-b33a-afa70599ac7e <![CDATA[Kommentarer til lejeloven, boligforholdsloven, almenlejeloven og erhvervslejeloven]]> Edlund, H. H. Communication Wed, 20 Sep 2023 10:23:05 +0200 81585fa4-c123-4243-be7b-891d348148f9 <![CDATA[Allosteric stabilization of calcium and phosphoinositide dual binding engages several synaptotagmins in fast exocytosis]]> Kobbersmed, J. R. L., Berns, M. M. M., Ditlevsen, S., Sørensen, J. B., Walter, A. M. Synaptic communication relies on the fusion of synaptic vesicles with the plasma membrane, which leads to neurotransmitter release. This exocytosis is triggered by brief and local elevations of intracellular Ca2+ with remarkably high sensitivity. How this is molecularly achieved is unknown. While synaptotagmins confer the Ca2+ sensitivity of neurotransmitter exocytosis, biochemical measurements reported Ca2+ affinities too low to account for synaptic function. However, synaptotagmin's Ca2+ affinity increases upon binding the plasma membrane phospholipid PI(4,5)P2 and, vice versa, Ca2+ binding increases synaptotagmin's PI(4,5)P2 affinity, indicating a stabilization of the Ca2+/PI(4,5)P2 dual-bound state. Here, we devise a molecular exocytosis model based on this positive allosteric stabilization and the assumptions that (1.) synaptotagmin Ca2+/PI(4,5)P2 dual binding lowers the energy barrier for vesicle fusion and that (2.) the effect of multiple synaptotagmins on the energy barrier is additive. The model, which relies on biochemically measured Ca2+/PI(4,5)P2 affinities and protein copy numbers, reproduced the steep Ca2+ dependency of neurotransmitter release. Our results indicate that each synaptotagmin engaging in Ca2+/PI(4,5)P2 dual-binding lowers the energy barrier for vesicle fusion by ~5 kBT and that allosteric stabilization of this state enables the synchronized engagement of several (typically three) synaptotagmins for fast exocytosis. Furthermore, we show that mutations altering synaptotagmin's allosteric properties may show dominant-negative effects, even though synaptotagmins act independently on the energy barrier, and that dynamic changes of local PI(4,5)P2 (e.g. upon vesicle movement) dramatically impact synaptic responses. We conclude that allosterically stabilized Ca2+/PI(4,5)P2 dual binding enables synaptotagmins to exert their coordinated function in neurotransmission.

Research Fri, 05 Aug 2022 10:23:05 +0200 86c32b14-73df-4dba-a197-d4e3f916e1cd
<![CDATA[Redaktør og kommentator på Karnovs noter til momsloven]]> Jensen, D. R. Research Fri, 08 Dec 2023 10:23:05 +0100 69d84811-4e2f-4aa2-b18d-4d2dd1d1450f <![CDATA[Fremkomst af udlejerens breve i boliglejemål]]> Bruun, J. F. Research Thu, 05 Oct 2023 10:23:05 +0200 be82cb97-3e05-47e5-9b38-d6c681d2ec1b <![CDATA[Investigation of airborne foot-and-mouth disease virus transmission during low-wind conditions in the early phase of the UK 2001 epidemic]]> Mikkelsen, T., Alexandersen, S., Astrup, P., et al. Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is a highly contagious viral disease of cloven-hoofed domesticated and wild animals. The highly contagious nature of FMD is a reflection of the wide range of host species, the enormous quantities of virus liberated by infected animals, the range of excretions and secretions which can be infectious, the stability of the virus in the environment, the multiplicity of routes of infection and the very small doses of the virus that can initiate infection. One of the mechanisms of spread is the carriage of droplets and droplet nuclei exhaled in the breath of infected animals. Such spread can be rapid and extensive, and it is known in certain circumstances to have transmitted disease over a distance of several hundred kilometres. During the 2001 FMD epidemic in the United Kingdom (UK), atmospheric dispersion models were applied in real time in order to assess the potential for atmospheric dispersion of the disease. The operational value of such modelling is primarily to identify premises which may have been exposed so that the human resources for surveillance and disease control purposes are employed most effectively. The paper describes the combined modelling techniques and presents the results obtained of detailed analyses performed during the early stages of the UK 2001 epidemic. This paper investigates the potential for disease spread in relation to two outbreaks (Burnside Farm, Heddon-on-the- Wall and Prestwick Hall Farm, Ponteland, Northumberland). A separate paper (Gloster et al., 2002) provides a more detailed analysis of the airborne disease transmission in the vicinity of Burnside Farm. The combined results are consistent with airborne transmission of disease to livestock in the Heddon-on-the-Wall area. Local topography may have played a significant role in influencing the pattern of disease spread.

Research Wed, 01 Jan 2003 10:23:05 +0100 82a9664c-4ec9-4c99-ad53-e475c2ac3659
<![CDATA[Airborne transmission of foot-and-mouth disease virus from Burnside Farm, Heddon-on-the-Wall, Northumberland, during the 2001 epidemic in the United Kingdom]]> Gloster, J., Champion, H. J., Sørensen, J. H., et al. The results of a detailed assessment of the atmospheric conditions when foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) virus was released from Burnside Farm, Heddon-on-the-Wall, Northumberland at the start of the 2001 epidemic in the UK are consistent with the hypothesis that the disease was spread to seven of the 12 farms in the immediate vicinity of the source by airborne virus, and airborne infection could not be ruled out for three other premises; the remaining two premises were unlikely to have been infected by airborne virus. The distances involved ranged from less than 1 km up to 9 km. One of the farms which was most probably infected by airborne virus from Burnside Farm was Prestwick Hall Farm, which is believed to have been key to the rapid spread of the disease throughout the country. In contrast, the results of detailed atmospheric modelling, based on a combination of clinical evidence from the field and laboratory experiments have shown that by assuming a relationship between the 24-hour average virus concentrations and subsequent infection, threshold infection levels were seldom reached at the farms close to Burnside Farm. However, significant short-term fluctuations in the concentration of virus can occur, and short-lived high concentrations may have increased the probability of infection and explain this discrepancy.

Research Sat, 26 Apr 2003 10:23:05 +0200 2ba93449-05e9-439f-9e48-448039a8faad
<![CDATA[Engagement policies and the promotion of sustainability]]> Birkmose, H. S., Sørensen, K. E. Research Sun, 01 Jan 2023 10:23:05 +0100 b69f3077-17bd-40bb-b9c7-6221bf23ae0b <![CDATA[Sumsæreje og sumdeling]]> Sørensen, N. M. Research Sun, 01 Jan 2023 10:23:05 +0100 37402a88-0e40-409b-ad74-13137b0c5b2a <![CDATA[The clinical course and life expectancy of patients with multiple myeloma who discontinue their first daratumumab-containing line of therapy]]> Szabo, A. G., Thorsen, J., Iversen, K. F., et al. Research Tue, 01 Mar 2022 10:23:05 +0100 21c53e8d-1548-4c63-a9ca-a968c9f380ce <![CDATA[Åbenbart ulovlig afgørelse - skøn eller retlig subsumption ved fastsættelse af anskaffelsessum og afskrivningsgrundlag]]> Langhave, I. Research Sun, 01 Jan 2023 10:23:05 +0100 efe18e3e-d24d-4b01-9ada-43b53fe53af4 <![CDATA[Fusion af sambeskattede selskaber - adgang til anvendelse af underskud - samspil mellem sambeskatningsreglerne og fusionsskatteloven]]> Langhave, I. Research Sun, 01 Jan 2023 10:23:05 +0100 eb7058be-b8e4-4940-b1e4-a983678e1430 <![CDATA[Boafgift]]> Langhave, I. Research Tue, 01 Aug 2023 10:23:05 +0200 06863c10-1faa-4bb3-8ebb-841056b41d4f <![CDATA[Beskatning ved død]]> Langhave, I. Research Tue, 01 Aug 2023 10:23:05 +0200 1b5b655e-a2a0-4549-93eb-3edcd45bc72c <![CDATA[Omstrukturering af selskaber mv.]]> Langhave, I. Research Tue, 01 Aug 2023 10:23:05 +0200 00a3a09f-8940-48f0-884c-35a44f0852c2 <![CDATA[Virksomhedsoverdragelse og generationsskifte]]> Langhave, I. Research Tue, 01 Aug 2023 10:23:05 +0200 b5856498-7bca-4280-aa46-84cb9ab30c0b <![CDATA[Fast ejendom]]> Langhave, I. Research Tue, 01 Aug 2023 10:23:05 +0200 6568a995-2b59-4fd2-9fc7-5bd324d254df <![CDATA[Afskrivninger]]> Langhave, I. Research Tue, 01 Aug 2023 10:23:05 +0200 f4e929f2-e838-4af8-a80a-d2ad6be42949 <![CDATA[Indkomst ved erhvervsmæssig virksomhed]]> Langhave, I. Research Tue, 01 Aug 2023 10:23:05 +0200 9bc8dada-2d68-4127-800c-e6fdd6aed6d0 <![CDATA[Denmark]]> Langhave, I., Bolander, J. Research Sun, 01 Jan 2023 10:23:05 +0100 0da8cd37-4d00-48e0-9548-ff0a132a672a <![CDATA[Høringsvar om forbud mod utilbørlig behandling af genstande med væsentlig religiøs betydning]]> Verdoner, S. A., Elmquist, B. . Commissioned Sun, 01 Jan 2023 10:23:05 +0100 36fcd0e5-b5d0-44af-9c24-f285a3732a79