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  1. Marcadores virológicos no convencionales en pacientes infectados con el virus de la inmunodeficiencia humana: ADN HIV-T, ADN HIV- 2LTR y ARN de HIV Non conventional virological markers in HIV-infected patients: T-HIV DNA, 2LTR-HIV DNA and HIV RNA

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    Rosana Gariglio; Miguel A. Taborda; Raúl Bortolozzi; McDermott, Jennifer L.; Isabella Martini; Mariana Borgognone; G. Vanina Villanova; Varnier, Oliviero E.; Giri, Adriana A.

    2004-01-01

    La terapia antirretroviral de alta eficacia (TAAE) induce una reducción marcada y persistente de la viremia plasmática, contribuyendo a disminuir la mortalidad y morbilidad de los pacientes HIV-positivos. Así, la carga viral (CV) es el método de referencia para evaluar la eficacia terapéutica. Sin embargo, aun en presencia de una TAAE eficiente no se ha logrado la erradicación viral. En este estudio analizamos la presencia del ADN total de HIV (ADN HIV-T), del ADN no integrado con 2LTR (ADN H...

  2. Marcadores virológicos no convencionales en pacientes infectados con el virus de la inmunodeficiencia humana: ADN HIV-T, ADN HIV- 2LTR y ARN de HIV Non conventional virological markers in HIV-infected patients: T-HIV DNA, 2LTR-HIV DNA and HIV RNA

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    Rosana Gariglio

    2004-10-01

    Full Text Available La terapia antirretroviral de alta eficacia (TAAE induce una reducción marcada y persistente de la viremia plasmática, contribuyendo a disminuir la mortalidad y morbilidad de los pacientes HIV-positivos. Así, la carga viral (CV es el método de referencia para evaluar la eficacia terapéutica. Sin embargo, aun en presencia de una TAAE eficiente no se ha logrado la erradicación viral. En este estudio analizamos la presencia del ADN total de HIV (ADN HIV-T, del ADN no integrado con 2LTR (ADN HIV-2LTR y del ARN de HIV, en un grupo de 55 pacientes HIV-positivos en distintos estadios clínicos, con y sin TAAE, mediante ensayos de PCR con revelado colorimétrico en microplaca, optimizados en nuestro laboratorio. La sensibilidad clínica del ARN del HIV fue evaluada con el bDNA, resultando del 74% y del 64%, respectivamente, con una concordancia del 85%. Este ensayo podría ser utilizado en el seguimiento de pacientes bajo TAAE. El ADN HIV-2LTR resultó positivo en el 54% aunque estuvo ausente en pacientes con elevada CV. Este marcador se consideraba un producto lábil y su presencia se asociaba a infección reciente. Sin embargo, actuales evidencias ponen en discusión su estabilidad por lo que su significado clínico debe ser reconsiderado. La ausencia del ADN HIV-2LTR en pacientes con CV detectable puede relacionarse con la heterogeneidad de la secuencia utilizada para su detección. El ADN HIV-T estuvo presente en el 100% de las muestras y resultaría relevante como marcador de remisión cuando se dispongan de terapias que efectivamente erradiquen la infección.Highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART induces a persistent reduction of the plasmatic viremia, contributing to decrease mortality and morbidity of infected people with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV. Thus, viral load (VL is the reference method to evaluate therapy effectiveness. However, even in the presence of efficient HAART viral eradication was yet not achieved. In this

  3. Impact of the DNA extraction method on 2-LTR DNA circle recovery from HIV-1 infected cells

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    Badralmaa, Yunden; Natarajan, Ven

    2013-01-01

    Detection of episomal 2-LTR DNA circles is used as a marker for the ongoing virus replication in patients infected with HIV-1, and efficient extraction of episomal DNA is critical for accurate estimation of the 2-LTR circles. The impact of different methods of DNA extraction on the recovery of 2-LTR circles was compared using mitochondrial DNA extracted as an internal control. The bacterial plasmid DNA isolation method extracted less than 10% of cellular DNA, 40% of mitochondrial DNA and 12-2...

  4. Exon2 of HIV-2 Tat contributes to transactivation of the HIV-2 LTR by increasing binding affinity to HIV-2 TAR RNA.

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    Rhim, H; Rice, A P

    1994-01-01

    Human immunodeficiency virus types 1 and 2 (HIV-1 and HIV-2) express related Tat proteins that are encoded in two exons. Tat proteins bind directly to the TAR RNA element contained in the 5' ends of viral transcripts and thereby stimulate transcription through an as yet unidentified mechanism. We have investigated the functional significance of exon2 of the HIV-2 Tat protein by examining properties of proteins consisting of exon1 alone or exon1 + 2. In transactivation assays in vivo, exon2 mo...

  5. Patentando ADN

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    Carlos Augusto Conde Gutiérrez

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available Los sistemas de patentes en los países desarrollados han hecho diferentes interpretaciones o creado nuevos estándares con el fin de adoptar secuencias de ADN como una entidad patentable, independientemente del hecho de que el ADN en principio no cumplía los requisitos para obtener una patente (novedad, nivel inventivo y aplicación industrial –utilidad– y materia objeto de patentes. Este enfoque benefició I&D en la industria de la biotecnología. Sin embargo, las patentes representan también una amenaza para I&D. Este artículo analiza cómo los sistemas de patentes en Europa adoptaron las secuencias de ADN y cómo podría afectar a las patentes I&D en biotecnología.

  6. Patentando ADN

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    Carlos Augusto Conde Gutiérrez

    2011-01-01

    Los sistemas de patentes en los países desarrollados han hecho diferentes interpretaciones o creado nuevos estándares con el fin de adoptar secuencias de ADN como una entidad patentable, independientemente del hecho de que el ADN en principio no cumplía los requisitos para obtener una patente (novedad, nivel inventivo y aplicación industrial –utilidad– y materia objeto de patentes). Este enfoque benefició I&D en la industria de la biotecnología. Sin embargo, las patentes representan también u...

  7. ADN et chromosomes

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    Hayes, Hélène

    2000-01-01

    Chaque chromosome contient une seule molécule d’ADN. L’ADN déroulé d’un noyau de cellule humaine mesurerait environ 1,8 m : chaque molécule d’ADN est enroulée et compactée en plusieurs étapes, grâce à l’association de différentes protéines, et loge dans le noyau de 6 µm de diamètre. Le degré de condensation de l’ADN est variable selon les régions chromosomiques et les régions les moins condensées sont les plus riches en gènes. L’ADN est composé d’une variété de séquences codantes ou non et ré...

  8. Characterization of ADN and ADN-Based propellants

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    Jones, David E.G.; Kwok, Queenie S.M.; Vachon, Marie; Badeen, Christopher; Ridley, William [Canadian Explosives Research Laboratory, 555 Booth St., Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0G1 (Canada)

    2005-04-01

    Ammonium dinitramide (ADN), NH{sub 4}N(NO{sub 2}){sub 2} is being considered as one of the potential new energetic oxidizers for composite propellants. In this study, ADN crystals, prills and two ADN-based propellants having different relative amounts of ingredients were characterized. The concentration of the crystals and the prills samples was determined using ion chromatography. The thermal behavior of the crystals, prills and propellants was studied using DSC, simultaneous TG-DTA-FTIR-MS, ARC (accelerating rate calorimeter), HFC (heat flux calorimeter) and INC (isothermal nanocalorimeter). Decomposition of ADN was observed from all of the samples at temperatures above the melting point of ADN (92 C). Formation of N{sub 2}O, NO{sub 2}, H{sub 2}O, CO{sub 2}, CO, N{sub 2} and NO was detected during the ADN decomposition. The thermal stability of the ADN samples at temperatures below the melting point of ADN was studied. Early solid decomposition of ADN, which generates N{sub 2}O and H{sub 2}O, was observed at 60 C. Electrostatic discharge (ESD) and impact sensitivity of the ADN samples were determined. The crystals and prills are sensitive to impact, while the two propellants are relatively less ESD and impact sensitive. (Abstract Copyright [2005], Wiley Periodicals, Inc.)

  9. Assimilation Dynamic Network (ADN) Project

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    National Aeronautics and Space Administration — The Assimilation Dynamic Network (ADN) is a dynamic inter-processor communication network that spans heterogeneous processor architectures, unifying components,...

  10. A novel function for spumaretrovirus integrase: an early requirement for integrase-mediated cleavage of 2 LTR circles

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    Mouscadet Jean-François

    2005-05-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Retroviral integration is central to viral persistence and pathogenesis, cancer as well as host genome evolution. However, it is unclear why integration appears essential for retrovirus production, especially given the abundance and transcriptional potential of non-integrated viral genomes. The involvement of retroviral endonuclease, also called integrase (IN, in replication steps apart from integration has been proposed, but is usually considered to be accessory. We observe here that integration of a retrovirus from the spumavirus family depends mainly on the quantity of viral DNA produced. Moreover, we found that IN directly participates to linear DNA production from 2-LTR circles by specifically cleaving the conserved palindromic sequence found at LTR-LTR junctions. These results challenge the prevailing view that integrase essential function is to catalyze retroviral DNA integration. Integrase activity upstream of this step, by controlling linear DNA production, is sufficient to explain the absolute requirement for this enzyme. The novel role of IN over 2-LTR circle junctions accounts for the pleiotropic effects observed in cells infected with IN mutants. It may explain why 1 2-LTR circles accumulate in vivo in mutants carrying a defective IN while their linear and integrated DNA pools decrease; 2 why both LTRs are processed in a concerted manner. It also resolves the original puzzle concerning the integration of spumaretroviruses. More generally, it suggests to reassess 2-LTR circles as functional intermediates in the retrovirus cycle and to reconsider the idea that formation of the integrated provirus is an essential step of retrovirus production.

  11. Quimera de ADN polimerasa del fago 29

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    Lázaro, José M; de Vega, Miguel; Salas, Margarita; Blanco, Luis; Mencía, Mario

    2009-01-01

    Quimera de ADN polimerasa del fago 29. La presente invención se encuadra dentro del campo de la biotecnología. Específicamente, se refiere a una quimera de ADN polimerasa que comprende una región aminoterminal (N-terminal), que codifica para una ADN polimerasa del tipo 29, y una región carboxilo-terminal (C-terminal), que comprende, al menos, un dominio HhH, que se encuentran unidas mediante una secuencia aminoacídica conectora y a su uso para la replicación, amplifi...

  12. DAO Spectroscopic classification of SN 2016adn

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    Balam, D. D.; Graham, M. L.

    2016-02-01

    A spectrum was obtained of AT2016adn on UT Feb. 11.30 UT using the 1.82-m Plaskett telescope (National Research Council of Canada) covering the range 380-910 nm (resolution 0.51 nm). Cross-correlation with a template library using SNID (Blondin & Tonry 2007, ApJ, 666, 1024) shows 2016adn to be a normal type-Ia supernova approximately 2 days post maximum light.

  13. Combustion wave structure of ADN based composite propellant

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    Fujisato, Koji; Habu, Hiroto; Hori, Keiichi; Shibamoto, Hidefumi; Yu, Xiuchao; Miyake, Atsumi

    2013-01-01

    Combustion characteristics of pelletized ammonium dinitramide (ADN) and ADN-based propellants have been studied. Micron-meter-sized particles of Al, Fe2O3, TiO2, NiO, Cu(OH)NO3, Cu and CuO, and nano-meter-sized Al (Alex) and CuO (nanoCuO) were employed as the additives for pelletized ADN. Only nanoCuO and Alex show the remarkable effects, so they are also added to ADN-based propellant. The binder of ADN-based propellant is thermoplastic elastomer (TP), and three kinds of mixtures (TP:ADN = 30...

  14. Detonation velocity of melt-cast ADN and ADN/nano-diamond cylinders

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    Doherty, R. M.; Forbes, J. W.; Lawrence, G. W.; Deiter, J. S.; Baker, R. N.; Ashwell, K. D.; Sutherland, G. T.

    2000-04-01

    Detonation velocities of confined cylinders of melt-cast ADN/ZnO (99.5/0.5 by weight), ADN/nano-diamond/ZnO (92.4/7.2/0.4), ADN/AN/ZnO (95.5/4.0/0.5) and ADN/AN/ZnO/nano-diamond (88.0/4.5/0.5/7.0) have been measured using a streak camera. Velocities ranging between 3.9 and 4.5 mm/μs were obtained for 1.3 cm diameter samples confined by steel and a 2.5 cm diameter ADN/AN/ZnO cylinder. In one of the samples the detonation was failing as it proceeded through the charge. For the other shots reported, the shock velocities appeared to be steady through the last half of the charge, though the lengths were too short for any definitive statement about the failure diameter to be made.

  15. Improving Clinical Teaching: The ADN Experience. Pathways to Practice.

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    Haase, Patricia T.; And Others

    Three Florida associate degree in nursing (ADN) demonstration projects of the Nursing Curriculum Project (NCP) are described, and the history of the ADN program and current controversies are reviewed. In 1976, the NCP of the Southern Regional Education Board issued basic assumptions about the role of the ADN graduate, relating them to client…

  16. New synthetic method and properties of ammonium dinitramide (ADN)

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    Hatano, H.; Onda, T.; Shi Ino, K.; Kiname, S.I. [Technical Center, Hosoya Kako, Osawa (Japan); Miyazaki, S.; Suzuki, S. [Research et Development Center, Nissan Motor Co, Saitama (Japan)

    1996-12-31

    Ammonium dinitramide (ADN) is one of the energetic materials, its hazard, however, has never been presented yet. In this paper, new synthetic method of ADN and its properties are contained. It has been found out that ADN has little hazard and is a safe energetic compound. (authors) 4 refs.

  17. Ammonium dinitramide (ADN)-Prilling, coating, and characterization

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    Heintz, Thomas; Pontius, Heike; Aniol, Jasmin; Birke, Christoph; Leisinger, Karlfred; Reinhard, Werner [Fraunhofer-Institut Chemische Technologie ICT, Pfinztal (Germany)

    2009-06-15

    Ammonium dinitramide (ADN) is the promising oxidizer, which is expected to be applied, e.g., in solid rocket propellants. The manufacturing of spherical ADN particles (the so-called ADN-Prills) with useful morphology and reproducible quality is realized by means of the emulsion crystallization process. (Abstract Copyright [2009], Wiley Periodicals, Inc.)

  18. Detonation Properties of Ammonium Dinitramide (ADN)

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    Wätterstam, A.; Östmark, H.; Helte, A.; Karlsson, S.

    1999-06-01

    Ammonium Dinitramide, ADN, has a potential as an oxidizer for underwater high explosives. Pure ADN has a large reaction-zone length and shows a strong non-ideal behaviour. The work presented here is an extension of previous work.(Sensitivity and Performance Characterization of Ammonium Dinitramide (ADN). Presented at 11th International Detonation Symposium, Snowmass, CO, 1998.) Experiments for determining the detonation velocity as a function of inverse charge radius and density, reaction-zone length and curvature, and the detonation pressure are presented. Measurements of pressure indicates that no, or weak von-Neumann spike exists, suggesting an immediate chemical decomposition. Experimental data are compared with predicted using thermochemical codes and ZND-theory.

  19. The Properties of Ammonium Dinitramine (ADN): Part 2: Melt Casting

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    Hahma, A.; Edvinsson, H.; Östmark, H.

    2010-04-01

    A melt casting technique for ammonium dinitramine (ADN) and ADN/aluminum was developed. ADN proved relatively easy to cast, when 1% of magnesium oxide was used as a stabilizer and crystallization kernels. Densities of ADN/MgO 99/1 were 92 to 97% of theoretical mean density (TMD) and those of ADN/Al/MgO 64/35/1 were between 95 and 99% of TMD. Sedimentation of Al in the melt was prevented and the particle wetting was ensured by selecting a suitable particle size for Al. No gelling agents or other additives were used. The casting process and factors influencing it are discussed.

  20. Formulation and Characterization of ADN-Based Liquid Monopropellants

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    Wingborg, N.; Eldsäter, C.; Skifs, H.

    2004-10-01

    Ternary ionic solutions are promising green propellants to replace monopropellant hydrazine. Ammonium dinitramide, ADN, is well suited as oxidizer in these propellants due to its high solubility. This paper presents the formulation of different ADN-based liquid monopropellants and the characterization of their properties such as stability, density, viscosity and sensitivity. To be able to use ADN-based monopropellants for propulsion applications, ADN must be produced in a way to minimize the effect on the environment and in sufficient quantities. This paper thus also briefly presents the industrial production of ADN in Sweden and the efforts made to optimize the process.

  1. LPN/ADN Bridge Course. Instructor's Guide.

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    Barrett, Jan; And Others

    This curriculum guide has been constructed in order to bridge the skills gap between licensed practical nursing (LPN) programs and associate degree nursing (ADN) programs in Missouri. The curriculum was developed through a cooperative effort by persons from both sectors. The curriculum contains four major units, each consisting of several lessons,…

  2. Adsorption of ammonium dinitramide (ADN) from aqueous solutions. 1. Adsorption on powdered activated charcoal.

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    Santhosh, G; Venkatachalam, S; Ninan, K N; Sadhana, R; Alwan, S; Abarna, V; Joseph, M A

    2003-03-17

    Investigations on the adsorption of ammonium dinitramide (NH(4)N(NO(2))(2)) (ADN) from aqueous solutions on powdered activated charcoal (PAC) were carried out in order to find out an effective and easier method of separating ADN from aqueous solutions. The effectiveness of PAC in the selective adsorption of ADN from aqueous solutions of ADN (ADN-F) and ADN in presence of sulfate (SO(4)(2-)) and nitrate (NO(3)(-)) ions (ADN-PS) was examined and compared using batch and column methods. The adsorption process follows both Langmuir and Freundlich adsorption isotherms and the isotherm parameters for the models were determined. The observed data favor the formation of monolayer adsorption. The adsorption capacities were found to be 63.3, 119, 105.3 and 82 mg of ADN per g of PAC for ADN-F (batch), ADN-PS (batch), ADN-F (column) and ADN-PS (column), respectively. Break-through curves for ADN-F and ADN-PS were obtained for the optimization of separation of ADN from aqueous solutions. Elution curves were generated for the desorption of ADN from PAC using hot water as eluent. PMID:12628781

  3. Fundamentos de computación con ADN

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    Jorge Eduardo Ortíz Triviño; Carlos Clemente Rojas C.

    2011-01-01

    Este artículo presenta algunas ideas básicas para resolver problemas computacionales complejos, mediante el empleo de la estructura biológica del ADN y técnicas especializadas de laboratorio. Las características del ADN que se describen hacen posible codificar estructuras matemáticas, como las máquinas de Turing o las redes neuronales; para ello, la clave está en la interpretación del ADN como un generador de lenguajes.

  4. Fundamentos de computación con ADN

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    Jorge Eduardo Ortíz Triviño

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo presenta algunas ideas básicas para resolver problemas computacionales complejos, mediante el empleo de la estructura biológica del ADN y técnicas especializadas de laboratorio. Las características del ADN que se describen hacen posible codificar estructuras matemáticas, como las máquinas de Turing o las redes neuronales; para ello, la clave está en la interpretación del ADN como un generador de lenguajes.

  5. Transport électronique dans l'ADN

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    Heim, Thomas

    2002-01-01

    Transport électronique dans l'ADN Ce travail se situe dans le cadre des recherches en électronique moléculaire. La problématique de la conduction électrique dans l'ADN a été posée en 1962 par Eley et Spivey peu de temps après la découverte de la structure en double hélice de l'ADN par Watson et Crick en 1953. A l'heure actuelle, il n'y a pas de consensus sur les propriétés de conduction à travers l'ADN. Le transfert de charges sur des distances de quelques nanomètres a été étudié en solution ...

  6. DEVELOPPEMENTS METHODOLOGIQUES POUR LA CARACTERISATION DES COMPLEXES ADN-PROTEINES PAR AFM ET ETUDE DES INTERACTIONS ADN-KU.

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    Landousy, Fabrice

    2006-01-01

    La microscopie à force atomique (AFM) ouvre de nouvelles perspectives dans l'étude des interactions ADN-protéines. Mon travail a consisté à développer de nouvelles méthodologies pour contrôler l'adsorption de l'ADN sur les surfaces et permettre l'étude en liquide de la dynamique des complexes. Nous avons caractérisé les interactions entre l'ADN et la surface de mica. Nous proposons un modèle simple pour décrire les interactions électrostatiques en solution entre l'ADN et le mica, en considéra...

  7. ADN* Density log estimation Using Rockcell*

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    This work is intended to inform on the possibilities of estimating good density data in zones associated with sliding in a reservoir with ADN* tool with or without ADOS in string in cases where repeat sections were not done, possibly due to hole stability or directional concerns. This procedure has been equally used to obtain a better density data in corkscrew holes. Density data (ROBB) was recomputed using neural network in RockCell* to estimate the density over zones of interest. RockCell* is a Schlumberger software that has neural network functionally which can be used to estimate missing logs using the combination of the responses of other log curves and intervals that are not affected by sliding. In this work, an interval was selected and within this interval twelve litho zones were defined using the unsupervised neural network. From this a training set was selected based on intervals of very good log responses outside the sliding zones. This training set was used to train and run the neural network for a specific lithostratigraphic interval. The results matched the known good density curve. Then after this, an estimation of the density curve was done using the supervised neural network. The output from this estimation matched very closely in the good portions of the log, thus providing some density measurements in the sliding zone. This methodology provides a scientific solution to missing data during the process of Formation evaluation

  8. Formulation and properties of ADN/GAP propellants

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    Menke, Klaus; Heintz, Thomas; Schweikert, Wenka; Keicher, Thomas; Krause, Horst [Fraunhofer-Institut fuer Chemische Technologie ICT, Pfinztal (Germany)

    2009-06-15

    In this contribution two ways are described, how it is possible to achieve perfectly cured and processible propellants with prilled ADN, low amounts of HMX 5{mu}m mps and a binder system based on GAP diole and GAP triole oligomers with and without TMETN as a nitrate ester plasticizer. It was shown how it will be possible to suppress the strongly gas forming reaction between ADN and reactive isocyanates by a mixture of stabilizers. In this way it was possible to create minimum smoke ADN/HMX/GAP/TMETN propellants cured with the triisocyanate N100. In the second part an unconventional binder system based on the 1.3 dipolar cycloaddition reaction of azido groups with acetylene compounds forming 1,2,3-triazole heterocyclic rings has been applied for ADN/GAP and AP/GAP propellants. Together with small parts of HMX formulations with ADN/HMX/GAP and the corresponding AP/HMX/GAP exhibit high thermodynamic performance, are easily processible, and cure successfully at 60 C. Their basic properties consisting of burning behavior and mechanical properties, at ambient temperature, chemical stability, and sensitivity have been investigated and are compared to each other. (Abstract Copyright [2009], Wiley Periodicals, Inc.)

  9. Calcul du rayon de courbure d'une séquence d'ADN

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    Rapaport, Franck

    2004-01-01

    Pour certains gènes, un facteur important dans la formation et la stabilisation ADN-protéine est la courbure de l'ADN. L'objectif de ce stage est de calculer la courbure de l'ADN avec des techniques issues de la géométrie discrète.

  10. Effets des electrons secondaires sur l'ADN

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    Boudaiffa, Badia

    Les interactions des electrons de basse energie (EBE) representent un element important en sciences des radiations, particulierement, les sequences se produisant immediatement apres l'interaction de la radiation ionisante avec le milieu biologique. Il est bien connu que lorsque ces radiations deposent leur energie dans la cellule, elles produisent un grand nombre d'electrons secondaires (4 x 104/MeV), qui sont crees le long de la trace avec des energies cinetiques initiales bien inferieures a 20 eV. Cependant, il n'y a jamais eu de mesures directes demontrant l'interaction de ces electrons de tres basse energie avec l'ADN, du principalement aux difficultes experimentales imposees par la complexite du milieu biologique. Dans notre laboratoire, les dernieres annees ont ete consacrees a l'etude des phenomenes fondamentaux induits par impact des EBE sur differentes molecules simples (e.g., N2, CO, O2, H2O, NO, C2H 4, C6H6, C2H12) et quelques molecules complexes dans leur phase solide. D'autres travaux effectues recemment sur des bases de l'ADN et des oligonucleotides ont montre que les EBE produisent des bris moleculaires sur les biomolecules. Ces travaux nous ont permis d'elaborer des techniques pour mettre en evidence et comprendre les interactions fondamentales des EBE avec des molecules d'interet biologique, afin d'atteindre notre objectif majeur d'etudier l'effet direct de ces particules sur la molecule d'ADN. Les techniques de sciences des surfaces developpees et utilisees dans les etudes precitees peuvent etre etendues et combinees avec des methodes classiques de biologie pour etudier les dommages de l'ADN induits par l'impact des EBE. Nos experiences ont montre l'efficacite des electrons de 3--20 eV a induire des coupures simple et double brins dans l'ADN. Pour des energies inferieures a 15 eV, ces coupures sont induites par la localisation temporaire d'un electron sur une unite moleculaire de l'ADN, ce qui engendre la formation d'un ion negatif transitoire

  11. Modélisation de l'ADN et des interactions ADN-protéine

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    Florescu, Ana Maria

    2010-01-01

    La première partie de ma thèse porte sur la modélisation de la dénaturation de l'ADN. J'ai tout d'abord utilisé le modèle statistique de Poland-Scheraga pour montrer que, lors de l'électrophorèse 2D, on peut prédire les positions finales des fragments avec une précision meilleure que l'incertitude expérimentale. J'ai ensuite amélioré un modèle dynamique développé dans l'équipe en variant ses paramètres pour obtenir un meilleur accord avec des résultats expérimentaux nouveaux, tels la dénatura...

  12. Estudio computacional de ADN-Metiltransferasas. Análisis del mecanismo epigenético de metilación del ADN.

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    Aranda Moratalla, Juan

    2015-01-01

    La presente Tesis Doctoral se ha centrado en el estudio de la familia de enzimas ADN-Metiltransferasas (ADN-MTasas) mediante la metodología de la Dinámica Molecular (MD) y la metodología híbrida Mecánica Cuántica/Mecánica Molecular (QM/MM). Las ADN-MTasas catalizan la transferencia de un grupo metilo a una base nucleica objetivo del ADN. La transferencia de metilo tiene lugar desde el cofactor, S-adenosil-Lmetionina (SAM), a una base adenina o citosina que forma parte de una secuencia específ...

  13. ADN/AN系コンポジット推進薬の着火特性

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    松本, 幸太郎; MATSUMOTO, Kotaro; 中臺, 啓太; Nakadai, Keita; 生出, 翔; Oide, Sho; 高橋, 賢一; Takahashi, Kenichi; 桑原, 卓雄; Kuwahara, Takuo; 于, 秀超; Yu, Xiuchao; 芝本, 秀文; Shibamoto, Hidefumi; 羽生, 宏人

    2012-01-01

    In this research we obtained ignition delay time, chemical ignition delay time, and activation energy of the Ammonium dinitramide (ADN) / Ammonium nitrate (AN) composite propellants. In the results ignition delay time and chemical ignition delay time decrease with increasing atmosphere temperature and increasing concentration of ADN. Activation energy of ADN/AN composite propellant decrease at concentration of ADN between 40 [mass%] and 60 [mass%]. It is consider that reaction of ADN/AN prope...

  14. Recopilación de ADN y las libertades formales

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    Serrano Ruiz-Calderón, José Miguel

    2013-01-01

    El Tribunal Supremo de Estados Unidos ha avalado la ley de Maryland que permite a la policía crear un registro de ADN. La autorización establece sus límites en el uso de este material, pero es inevitable imaginarse otros.

  15. LVN to ADN: Innovative, Non-Traditional Learning Project.

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    Austin Community Coll., TX.

    This document contains the curriculum for the first nursing course in the Licensed Vocational Nurse Mobility Track Project. The project is designed to provide selected Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVNs) the opportunity to complete the nursing course requirements for an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nursing (ADN) in three semesters of…

  16. The Oklahoma PN/ADN Articulation Project Report.

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    In response to a critical nursing shortage in the state of Oklahoma, the Oklahoma Practical Nursing (PN)/Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Articulation Project Coordinating Committee was formed in spring 1990 to develop a proposal for program articulation. A curriculum matrix was designed and adopted for use by five regional subcommittees which…

  17. Expanding the ADN-Based Monopropellant Thruster Family

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    Anflo, K.; S. Moore; Moog Inc., P.King

    2009-01-01

    The development of High Performance Green Propulsion (HPGP) was initiated with the goal of meeting the requirements for future satellite missions. The HPGP technology includes a storable monopropellant blend based on Ammonium DiNitramide (ADN) and a thruster with a high-temperature resistant thrust chamber and catalyst. After more than 10 years of R&D, the HPGP technology is emerging as an enabling technology for improved performance, enhanced volumetric efficiency, reduction of propellant ha...

  18. Combustion characteristics of ADN-based solid propellants

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    藤里, 公司; Fujisato, Koji; 羽生, 宏人; Habu, Hiroto; 芝本, 秀文; Shibamoto, Hidefumi; 于, 秀超; Yu, Xiuchao; 三宅, 淳巳; Miyake, Atsumi; 堀, 恵一; Hori, Keiichi

    2012-01-01

    Ammonium perchrolate (AP) is the most useful oxidizer for the solid rocket motors (SRMs) under the present situation, however it is also the source of the environmental pollution close to the launch site. It is well known that HCI is exhausted through the firing of SRMs and its concentration reaches approximately 10 to 20 mole percent of the total exhaust. "Environmentaly friendly" and "High performance" are required for the next-generation SRMs. In this study, ammonium dinitramide (ADN), whi...

  19. AdnAB: a new DSB-resecting motor–nuclease from mycobacteria

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    Sinha, Krishna Murari; Unciuleac, Mihaela-Carmen; Glickman, Michael S.; Shuman, Stewart

    2009-01-01

    The resection of DNA double-strand breaks (DSBs) in bacteria is a motor-driven process performed by a multisubunit helicase–nuclease complex: either an Escherichia coli-type RecBCD enzyme or a Bacillus-type AddAB enzyme. Here we identify mycobacterial AdnAB as the founder of a new family of heterodimeric helicase–nucleases with distinctive properties. The AdnA and AdnB subunits are each composed of an N-terminal UvrD-like motor domain and a C-terminal nuclease module. The AdnAB ATPase is trig...

  20. AdnAB: a new DSB-resecting motor-nuclease from mycobacteria.

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    Sinha, Krishna Murari; Unciuleac, Mihaela-Carmen; Glickman, Michael S; Shuman, Stewart

    2009-06-15

    The resection of DNA double-strand breaks (DSBs) in bacteria is a motor-driven process performed by a multisubunit helicase-nuclease complex: either an Escherichia coli-type RecBCD enzyme or a Bacillus-type AddAB enzyme. Here we identify mycobacterial AdnAB as the founder of a new family of heterodimeric helicase-nucleases with distinctive properties. The AdnA and AdnB subunits are each composed of an N-terminal UvrD-like motor domain and a C-terminal nuclease module. The AdnAB ATPase is triggered by dsDNA with free ends and the energy of ATP hydrolysis is coupled to DSB end resection by the AdnAB nuclease. The mycobacterial nonhomologous end-joining (NHEJ) protein Ku protects DSBs from resection by AdnAB. We find that AdnAB incises ssDNA by measuring the distance from the free 5' end to dictate the sites of cleavage, which are predominantly 5 or 6 nucleotides (nt) from the 5' end. The "molecular ruler" of AdnAB is regulated by ATP, which elicits an increase in ssDNA cleavage rate and a distal displacement of the cleavage sites 16-17 nt from the 5' terminus. AdnAB is a dual nuclease with a clear division of labor between the subunits. Mutations in the nuclease active site of the AdnB subunit ablate the ATP-inducible cleavages; the corresponding changes in AdnA abolish ATP-independent cleavage. Complete suppression of DSB end resection requires simultaneous mutation of both subunit nucleases. The nuclease-null AdnAB is a helicase that unwinds linear plasmid DNA without degrading the displaced single strands. Mutations of the phosphohydrolase active site of the AdnB subunit ablate DNA-dependent ATPase activity, DSB end resection, and ATP-inducible ssDNA cleavage; the equivalent mutations of the AdnA subunit have comparatively little effect. AdnAB is a novel signature of the Actinomycetales taxon. Mycobacteria are exceptional in that they encode both AdnAB and RecBCD, suggesting the existence of alternative end-resecting motor-nuclease complexes. PMID:19470566

  1. Inhibidor de la enzima uracilo ADN glicosilasa y usos del mismo

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    Serrano-Heras, Gemma; Bravo García, Alicia; Salas, Margarita

    2005-01-01

    Inhibidor de la enzima uracilo adn glicosilasa y usos del mismo Esta invención se refiere a una proteína que inhibe la enzima uracilo ADN glicosilasa (UDG) vírica, para su uso como un agente terapéutico, en particular como un agente antiví

  2. Characterization of the Mycobacterial AdnAB DNA Motor Provides Insights into the Evolution of Bacterial Motor-Nuclease Machines*

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    Unciuleac, Mihaela-Carmen; Shuman, Stewart

    2009-01-01

    Mycobacterial AdnAB exemplifies a family of heterodimeric motor-nucleases involved in processing DNA double strand breaks (DSBs). The AdnA and AdnB subunits are each composed of an N-terminal UvrD-like motor domain and a C-terminal RecB-like nuclease module. Here we conducted a biochemical characterization of the AdnAB motor, using a nuclease-inactivated heterodimer. AdnAB is a vigorous single strand DNA (ssDNA)-dependent ATPase (kcat 415 s−1), and the affinity of the motor for the ssDNA cofa...

  3. Energetic Characteristics and Comprehensive Properties of Propellants Containing ADN%含 ADN 推进剂的能量特性及综合性能

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    张伟; 谢五喜; 樊学忠; 刘芳莉; 庞维强; 刘小刚; 姬月萍

    2015-01-01

    In order to study the energy,safety,storage and combustion performances of propellants containing ammonium dinitramide (ADN),the energy characteristic parameters were calculated based on the minmum free energy mechanism.The heat of detonation and burning rate were tested by closed bomb test and target line method, and the moisture absorption and sensitivity were studied.The results show that the standard theory specific impulses of propellants containing ADN/Al/HMX,ADN/Al/CL-20,ADN/AlH3/HMX and ADN/AlH3/CL-20 are in the range of 2 675 -2 685,2 677 -2 686,2 801 -2 810 and 2 803 -2 812 N ·s ·kg-1 ,respectively.ADN propellant with normal curing and compact structure can be prepared using the inert polyether binder system plasti-cized by nitrate ester.With increasing the content of ADN in the propellant formulation,the heat of detonation, moisture absorption,burning rate and pressure exponent of the propellant increase,the friction and impact sensitivities of the propellant increase and the density decreases slightly.%为研究含二硝酰胺铵(ADN)推进剂的能量、安全、贮存及燃烧性能,根据最小自由能原理计算了含 ADN 推进剂的能量特性参数,采用密闭爆发器及靶线法测试其爆热及燃速,并对其吸湿性及感度进行了研究。结果表明,含 ADN/Al/HMX、ADN/Al/CL-20、ADN/AlH3/HMX 和 ADN/AlH3/CL-20推进剂的标准理论比冲分别为2675~2685、2677~2686、2801~2810和2803~2812 N·s·kg-1,采用硝酸酯增塑的惰性聚醚黏合剂体系可制备出固化正常、结构致密的含 ADN 推进剂。随着推进剂配方中 ADN 含量的增加,推进剂的爆热、吸湿性、燃速和压强指数增大,摩擦感度和撞击撞击提高,密度略有降低。

  4. APOBEC3G restricts early HIV-1 replication in the cytoplasm of target cells

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    Cellular APOBEC3G (A3G) protein is packaged into human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) virions in producer cells yet restricts viral replication in target cells. To characterize this restriction in target cells, the effect of A3G on generating various HIV-1 cDNA products was measured by quantitative real-time PCR. A3G decreased cDNA products from Vif-deficient HIV-1, with minor effects on early reverse transcripts and larger declines in late reverse transcripts. However, the greatest decline was typically observed in nuclear 2-LTR circles. Moreover, the magnitude of these declines varied with A3G dose. Adding integration inhibitor did not stop the A3G-mediated loss in 2-LTR circles. Moreover, obstructing HIV-1 nuclear entry using vesicular stomatitis virus matrix protein did not stop the A3G-mediated decline in late reverse transcripts. Collectively, these data suggest that A3G has important restriction activity in the cytoplasm and progressively diminishes viral cytoplasmic and nuclear cDNA forms with increasing magnitude during restriction

  5. Development Testing of 1-Newton ADN-Based Rocket Engines

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    Anflo, K.; Gronland, T.-A.; Bergman, G.; Nedar, R.; Thormählen, P.

    2004-10-01

    With the objective to reduce operational hazards and improve specific and density impulse as compared with hydrazine, the Research and Development (R&D) of a new monopropellant for space applications based on AmmoniumDiNitramide (ADN), was first proposed in 1997. This pioneering work has been described in previous papers1,2,3,4 . From the discussion above, it is clear that cost savings as well as risk reduction are the main drivers to develop a new generation of reduced hazard propellants. However, this alone is not enough to convince a spacecraft builder to choose a new technology. Cost, risk and schedule reduction are good incentives, but a spacecraft supplier will ask for evidence that this new propulsion system meets a number of requirements within the following areas: This paper describes the ongoing effort to develop a storable liquid monopropellant blend, based on AND, and its specific rocket engines. After building and testing more than 20 experimental rocket engines, the first Engineering Model (EM-1) has now accumulated more than 1 hour of firing-time. The results from test firings have validated the design. Specific impulse, combustion stability, blow-down capability and short pulse capability are amongst the requirements that have been demonstrated. The LMP-103x propellant candidate has been stored for more than 1 year and initial material compatibility screening and testing has started. 1. Performance &life 2. Impact on spacecraft design &operation 3. Flight heritage Hereafter, the essential requirements for some of these areas are outlined. These issues are discussed in detail in a previous paper1 . The use of "Commercial Of The Shelf" (COTS) propulsion system components as much as possible is essential to minimize the overall cost, risk and schedule. This leads to the conclusion that the Technology Readiness Level (TRL) 5 has been reached for the thruster and propellant. Furthermore, that the concept of ADN-based propulsion is feasible.

  6. Evolución del ADN mitocondrial en lagartijas de las Islas Canarias

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    Pestano-Brito, José J.

    1998-01-01

    [ES] Estudio preliminar del ADN mitocondrial de Chalcides Sexlineatus y Chalcides Viridanus, para su posterior comparación con el patrón morfológico que presentan en las islas de Gran Canaria y Tenerife respectivamente.

  7. Characterization of the mycobacterial AdnAB DNA motor provides insights into the evolution of bacterial motor-nuclease machines.

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    Unciuleac, Mihaela-Carmen; Shuman, Stewart

    2010-01-22

    Mycobacterial AdnAB exemplifies a family of heterodimeric motor-nucleases involved in processing DNA double strand breaks (DSBs). The AdnA and AdnB subunits are each composed of an N-terminal UvrD-like motor domain and a C-terminal RecB-like nuclease module. Here we conducted a biochemical characterization of the AdnAB motor, using a nuclease-inactivated heterodimer. AdnAB is a vigorous single strand DNA (ssDNA)-dependent ATPase (k(cat) 415 s(-1)), and the affinity of the motor for the ssDNA cofactor increases 140-fold as DNA length is extended from 12 to 44 nucleotides. Using a streptavidin displacement assay, we demonstrate that AdnAB is a 3' --> 5' translocase on ssDNA. AdnAB binds stably to DSB ends. In the presence of ATP, the motor unwinds the DNA duplex without requiring an ssDNA loading strand. We integrate these findings into a model of DSB unwinding in which the "leading" AdnB and "lagging" AdnA motor domains track in tandem, 3' to 5', along the same DNA single strand. This contrasts with RecBCD, in which the RecB and RecD motors track in parallel along the two separated DNA single strands. The effects of 5' and 3' terminal obstacles on ssDNA cleavage by wild-type AdnAB suggest that the AdnA nuclease receives and processes the displaced 5' strand, while the AdnB nuclease cleaves the displaced 3' strand. We present evidence that the distinctive "molecular ruler" function of the ATP-dependent single strand DNase, whereby AdnAB measures the distance from the 5'-end to the sites of incision, reflects directional pumping of the ssDNA through the AdnAB motor into the AdnB nuclease. These and other findings suggest a scenario for the descent of the RecBCD- and AddAB-type DSB-processing machines from an ancestral AdnAB-like enzyme. PMID:19920138

  8. Switch to raltegravir-based regimens and HIV DNA decrease in patients with suppressed HIV RNA

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    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available Introduction: Raltegravir intensification is associated with an increase in 2-LTR episomal HIV DNA= circles, indicating a persistent low-level replication, in some individuals in ART with suppressed HIV RNA. We aimed at monitoring residual plasma HIV RNA and cellular HIV DNA in virologically suppressed patients switching to a raltegravir-based regimen. Materials and Methods: Forty-six HIV-infected subjects on PI or NNRTI based-regimens, with plasma HIV RNA level 200 cells/µL for ≥12 months were enrolled. Thirty-four patients switched to raltegravir-based regimen (RASTA study group and 12 continued a PI or NNRTI based-regimen (control group. Ultrasensitive HIV residual viremia and total PBMC HIV DNA were assessed at baseline (W0, 24 (W24 and 48 (W48 weeks. HIV RNA levels were determined by an ultrasensitive test derived from a commercial real time PCR (limit of detection 5 copies/ml. A real time PCR was used to quantify HIV DNA copy numbers in PBMCs. Results: At W0, HIV DNA was detected in all patients while at W48 it was detectable in 82.3% of RASTA group vs 100% of controls (p=0.01. The difference between the average values of HIV DNA log10 copies/10°6 CD4 at W0 (median 3.11, IQR 2.70–3.45 and W48 (median 2.87, IQR 2.24–3.38 was statistically significant for RASTA group (p=0.035. Male gender (mean difference −0.37 log10 copies/10°6 PBMC, p=0.023 and previous PI based-ART (mean difference +0.39 log10 copies/10°6 PBMC, p=0.036 were predictive of HIV DNA level at W0. After adjusting for previous PI based-ART, male gender was the only variable independently associated with HIV DNA size at W0 (mean difference −0.326 log10 copies/10°6 PBMC, 95% CI −0.641, −0.011 p=0.043. Ultrasensitive HIV-1 RNA was detectable at W0 in 50% of RASTA group versus 66.7% of controls and at W48 in 32.4% versus 45.5%, respectively. No differences were found between HIV RNA levels at W0 and W48 within and between the two groups. Conclusions: Switching to

  9. ADN/AN 系推進薬中におけるMg-Al 粒子の着火特性

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    松本, 幸太郎; 笹木, 隆史; 加藤, 吉揮; 生出, 翔; 高橋, 賢一; 桑原, 卓雄; 于, 秀超; 芝本, 秀文; 羽生, 宏人; Matsumoto, Koutaro; Sasaki, Takafumi; Katou, Yoshiki; Oide, Syou; Takahashi, Kenichi; Kuwahara, Takuo

    2013-01-01

    Solid rockets are required ‘environmentally friendly’, ‘high performance’, and ‘low cost’ at the present day. Ammonium dinitramide (ADN) is a new oxidizer for the solid propellants. Ammonium dinitramide is the environmentally friendly oxidizer because ADN has no halogen. Ammonium dinitramide based propellants have higher performance than ammonium perchlorate (AP) based propellants. However, ADN is more expensive than AP. Therefore, we suggested ADN/ammonium nitrate (AN) based propellants. Amm...

  10. Etudes des topoisomérases de type II par micromanipulation d'ADN

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    Charvin, Gilles

    2004-01-01

    Au cours de cette thèse , nous avons étudié le fonctionnement des topoisomérases de type II en utilisant un dispositif de micromanipulation de molécules uniques d'ADN. Les topoisomérases sont des enzyme responsables de la régulation de la topologie de l'ADN in vivo, en particulier lors de la réplication, la transcription et la condensation des chromosomes. Dans une première partie, nous introduisons le formalisme topologique nécessaire à la compréhension de la structure adoptée à grande échel...

  11. Genotoxicidade de Mercurio em Pisum sativum: ciclo celular e dano no ADN

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    Silva, Raquel Azevedo da

    2011-01-01

    O Mercúrio (Hg) é um contaminante ubíquo no meio ambiente e que causa mutagenese e clastogenese em animais. É sabido que este metal tem efeitos prejudiciais para as plantas mas esse efeito está pouco estudado, sendo portanto urgente o estudo e avaliação do efeito deste metal ao nível do ADN. Com o intuito de determinar se a exposição in vivo de mercúrio pode induzir efeitos genotoxicos, foram avaliados os seguintes parâmetros: nível de ploidia, progressão do ciclo celular e danos no ADN. Para...

  12. Knockdown of MAP4 and DNAL1 produces a post-fusion and pre-nuclear translocation impairment in HIV-1 replication

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    Gallo, Daniel E., E-mail: d-gallo@northwestern.edu; Hope, Thomas J., E-mail: thope@northwestern.edu

    2012-01-05

    DNAL1 and MAP4 are both microtubule-associated proteins. These proteins were identified as HIV-1 dependency factors in a screen with wild-type HIV-1. In this study we demonstrate that knockdown using DNAL1 and MAP4 siRNAs and shRNAs inhibits HIV-1 infection regardless of envelope. Using a fusion assay, we show that DNAL1 and MAP4 do not impact fusion. By assaying for late reverse transcripts and 2-LTR circles, we show that DNAL1 and MAP4 inhibit both by approximately 50%. These results demonstrate that DNAL1 and MAP4 impact reverse transcription but not nuclear translocation. DNAL1 and MAP4 knockdown cells do not display cytoskeletal defects. Together these experiments indicate that DNAL1 and MAP4 may exert their functions in the HIV life cycle at reverse transcription, prior to nuclear translocation.

  13. Genetic Analysis of the AdnA Regulon in Pseudomonas fluorescens: Nonessential Role of Flagella in Adhesion to Sand and Biofilm Formation

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    Robleto, Eduardo A.; López-Hernández, Inmaculada; Silby, Mark W.; Levy, Stuart B.

    2003-01-01

    AdnA is a transcription factor in Pseudomonas fluorescens that affects flagellar synthesis, biofilm formation, and sand adhesion. To identify the AdnA regulon, we used a promoterless Tn5-lacZ element to study the phenotypes of insertion mutants in the presence and absence of AdnA. Of 12,000 insertions, we identified seven different putative open reading frames (ORFs) activated by AdnA (named aba for activated by AdnA). aba120 and aba177 showed homology to flgC and flgI, components of the basa...

  14. Human macrophages support persistent transcription from unintegrated HIV-1 DNA

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    Retroviruses require integration of their RNA genomes for both stability and productive viral replication. In HIV infection of non-dividing, resting CD4 T cells, where integration is greatly impeded, the reverse transcribed HIV DNA has limited biological activity and a short half-life. In metabolically active and proliferating T cells, unintegrated DNA rapidly diminishes with cell division. HIV also infects the non-dividing but metabolically active macrophage population. In an in vitro examination of HIV infection of macrophages, we find that unintegrated viral DNA not only has an unusual stability, but also maintains biological activity. The unintegrated linear DNA, 1-LTR, and 2-LTR circles are stable for at least 30 days. Additionally, there is persistent viral gene transcription, which is selective and skewed towards viral early genes such as nef and tat with highly diminished rev and vif. One viral early gene product Nef was measurably synthesized. We also find that independent of integration, the HIV infection process in macrophages leads to generation of numerous chemokines

  15. Anti-HIV Antibody Responses and the HIV Reservoir Size during Antiretroviral Therapy

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    Lee, Sulggi A.; Bacchetti, Peter; Chomont, Nicolas; Fromentin, Remi; Lewin, Sharon R.; O’Doherty, Una; Palmer, Sarah; Richman, Douglas D.; Siliciano, Janet D.; Yukl, Steven A.; Deeks, Steven G.; Burbelo, Peter D.

    2016-01-01

    Background A major challenge to HIV eradication strategies is the lack of an accurate measurement of the total burden of replication-competent HIV (the “reservoir”). We assessed the association of anti-HIV antibody responses and the estimated size of the reservoir during antiretroviral therapy (ART). Methods We evaluated anti-HIV antibody profiles using luciferase immunoprecipitation systems (LIPS) assay in relation to several blood-based HIV reservoir measures: total and 2-LTR DNA (rtPCR or droplet digital PCR); integrated DNA (Alu PCR); unspliced RNA (rtPCR), multiply-spliced RNA (TILDA), residual plasma HIV RNA (single copy PCR), and replication-competent virus (outgrowth assay). We also assessed total HIV DNA and RNA in gut-associated lymphoid tissue (rtPCR). Spearman correlations and linear regressions were performed using log-transformed blood- or tissue-based reservoir measurements as predictors and log-transformed antibody levels as outcome variables. Results Among 51 chronically HIV-infected ART-suppressed participants (median age = 57, nadir CD4+ count = 196 cells/mm3, ART duration = 9 years), the most statistically significant associations were between antibody responses to integrase and HIV RNA in gut-associated lymphoid tissue (1.17 fold-increase per two-fold RNA increase, P = 0.004) and between antibody responses to matrix and integrated HIV DNA in resting CD4+ T cells (0.35 fold-decrease per two-fold DNA increase, P = 0.003). However, these associations were not statistically significant after a stringent Bonferroni-adjustment of P<0.00045. Multivariate models including age and duration of ART did not markedly alter results. Conclusions Our findings suggest that anti-HIV antibody responses may reflect the size of the HIV reservoir during chronic treated HIV disease, possibly via antigen recognition in reservoir sites. Larger, prospective studies are needed to validate the utility of antibody levels as a measure of the total body burden of HIV

  16. Feasibility of an LPN to ADN Articulation Program at LSUA. Vocational Education Research.

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    A feasibility study examined the need for and likelihood of success for a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) to Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) articulation program for Louisiana State University (LSU) at Alexandria. Following a literature search on the theoretical establishment and implementation of such a program, three schools with successful…

  17. Adaptive Competency Acquisition: Why LPN-to-ADN Career Mobility Education Programs Work.

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    Coyle-Rogers, Patricia G.

    Adaptive competencies are the skills required to effectively complete a particular task and are the congruencies (balance) between personal skills and task demands. The differences between the adaptive competency acquisition of students in licensed practical nurse (LPN) programs and associate degree nurse (ADN) programs were examined in a…

  18. Mechanism and kinetics for ammonium dinitramide (ADN) sublimation: a first-principles study.

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    Zhu, R S; Chen, Hui-Lung; Lin, M C

    2012-11-01

    The mechanism for sublimation of NH(4)N(NO(2))(2) (ADN) has been investigated quantum-mechanically with generalized gradient approximation plane-wave density functional theory calculations; the solid surface is represented by a slab model and the periodic boundary conditions are applied. The calculated lattice constants for the bulk ADN, which were found to consist of NH(4)(+)[ON(O)NNO(2)](-) units, instead of NH(4)(+)[N(NO(2))(2)](-), agree quite well with experimental values. Results show that three steps are involved in the sublimation/decomposition of ADN. The first step is the relaxation of the surface layer with 1.6 kcal/mol energy per NH(4)ON(O)NNO(2) unit; the second step is the sublimation of the surface layer to form a molecular [NH(3)]-[HON(O)NNO(2)] complex with a 29.4 kcal/mol sublimation energy, consistent with the experimental observation of Korobeinichev et al. (10) The last step is the dissociation of the [H(3)N]-[HON(O)NNO(2)] complex to give NH(3) and HON(O)NNO(2) with the dissociation energy of 13.9 kcal/mol. Direct formation of NO(2) (g) from solid ADN costs a much higher energy, 58.3 kcal/mol. Our calculated total sublimation enthalpy for ADN(s) → NH(3)(g) + HON(O)NNO(2)) (g), 44.9 kcal/mol via three steps, is in good agreement with the value, 42.1 kcal/mol predicted for the one-step sublimation process in this work and the value 44.0 kcal/mol computed by Politzer et al. (11) using experimental thermochemical data. The sublimation rate constant for the rate-controlling step 2 can be represented as k(sub) = 2.18 × 10(12) exp (-30.5 kcal/mol/RT) s(-1), which agrees well with available experimental data within the temperature range studied. The high pressure limit decomposition rate constant for the molecular complex H(3)N···HON(O)NNO(2) can be expressed by k(dec) = 3.18 × 10(13) exp (-15.09 kcal/mol/RT) s(-1). In addition, water molecules were found to increase the sublimation enthalpy of ADN, contrary to that found in the ammonium

  19. Contenido de ADN y nivel de ploidía en Tagetes spp. Utilizando citómetro de flujo

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    Miguel Ángel Serrato Cruz; Martha Hernández Rodríguez; Yves Savidan; Nina M. Bárcenas Ortega

    2000-01-01

    Se determinó la asociación entre el contenido de ADN nuclear y el nivel de ploidía de siete poblaciones de Tagetes spp. El contenido de ADN se estimó mediante citómetro de flujo utilizando a Zea mays L. como estándar interno. El recuento de cromosomas se hizo en preparaciones citológicas teñidas con acetocarmín. T. erecta, T. foetidissima, T. tenuifolia (dos ecotipos) y dos poblaciones silvestres no identificadas mostraron un contenido promedio de ADN de 2.61±0.23 pg correspondiendo a la ploi...

  20. A post-entry role for CD63 in early HIV-1 replication

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    Macrophages and CD4+ lymphocytes are the major reservoirs for HIV-1 infection. CD63 is a tetraspanin transmembrane protein, which has been shown to play an essential role during HIV-1 replication in macrophages. In this study, we further confirm the requirement of CD63 in early HIV-1 replication events in both macrophages and a CD4+ cell line. Further analysis revealed that viral attachment and cell-cell fusion were unaffected by CD63 silencing. However, CD63-depleted macrophages showed a significant decrease in the initiation and completion of HIV-1 reverse transcription, affecting subsequent events of the HIV-1 life cycle. Integration of HIV-1 cDNA as well as the formation of 2-LTR circles was notably reduced. Reporter assays showed that CD63 down regulation reduced production of the early HIV protein Tat. In agreement, CD63 silencing also inhibited production of the late protein p24. These findings suggest that CD63 plays an early post-entry role prior to or at the reverse transcription step.

  1. Développement de méthodes d'analyse de l'ADN par clivage d'une chimère ARN/ADN et par spectrométrie de masse MALDI-TOF

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    Mauger, Florence

    2012-01-01

    Depuis le séquençage complet du génome humain, la génomique se focalise sur la détection des modifications de l'ADN des gènes potentiellement impliqués dans les maladies humaines. Les modifications de l'ADN sont au niveau de la séquence ou épigénétique. Ces polymorphismes, fréquents, rares, connus ou inconnus, peuvent être identifiés par le développement de nouvelles méthodes de séquençage de l'ADN pour chaque individu. Ce projet a pour but le développement de méthodes d'analyse de l'ADN par ...

  2. Sulforaphane Inhibits HIV Infection of Macrophages through Nrf2.

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    Furuya, Andrea Kinga Marias; Sharifi, Hamayun J; Jellinger, Robert M; Cristofano, Paul; Shi, Binshan; de Noronha, Carlos M C

    2016-04-01

    Marburg virus, the Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus (KSHV) and Dengue virus all activate, and benefit from, expression of the transcription regulator nuclear erythroid 2-related factor 2 (Nrf2). The impact of Nrf2 activation on human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection has not been tested. Sulforaphane (SFN), produced in cruciferous vegetables after mechanical damage, mobilizes Nrf2 to potently reprogram cellular gene expression. Here we show for the first time that SFN blocks HIV infection in primary macrophages but not in primary T cells. Similarly SFN blocks infection in PMA-differentiated promonocytic cell lines, but not in other cell lines tested. siRNA-mediated depletion of Nrf2 boosted HIV infectivity in primary macrophages and reduced the anti-viral effects of SFN treatment. This supports a model in which anti-viral activity is mediated through Nrf2 after it is mobilized by SFN. We further found that, like the type I interferon-induced cellular anti-viral proteins SAMHD1 and MX2, SFN treatment blocks infection after entry, but before formation of 2-LTR circles. Interestingly however, neither SAMHD1 nor MX2 were upregulated. This shows for the first time that Nrf2 action can potently block HIV infection and highlights a novel way to trigger this inhibition. PMID:27093399

  3. AISLAMIENTO DE ADN GENÓMICO DE Myrciaria dubia (HBK “CAMU CAMU” APROPIADO PARA ANÁLISIS MOLECULARES

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    Juan Castro Gómez

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available Myrciaria dubia “camu-camu”, una especie nativa de la Amazonía que produce frutos con alto contenido de vitamina C y otras sustancias importantes. Sin embargo, los estudios moleculares de esta planta son escasos, por falta de un protocolo reproducible para purificar sus ácidos nucléicos. El objetivo de este trabajo fue establecer un protocolo para aislar el ADN genómico a partir de hojas de M. dubia, apropiado para análisis moleculares. El ADN se purificó con un protocolo modificado, la calidad y cantidad se estimó por espectrofotometría y electroforesis en gel de agarosa. Adicionalmente, la calidad se evaluó mediante RAPD. El ratio de calidad (A260/A280 promedio del ADN fue 1.9±0.1 y el espectro de absorción UV/Vis presentó un único pico de máxima absorbancia a 260nm. Mediante electroforesis el ADN fue íntegro y sin ARN. También, la síntesis de amplicones RAPD nos sugiere ausencia de inhibidores para polimerasas. La concentración promedio del ADN fue 99±33 ng/ml y el rendimiento promedio fue 237±80 mg ADN/g hoja. En conclusión, se ha establecido un protocolo de aislamiento de ADN genómico a partir de hojas de Myrciaria dubia “camu camu”, caracterizado por permitirnos obtener ADN de alta calidad y cantidad suficiente para análisis moleculares como el RAPD.

  4. Protection des ions organiques contre les dommages induits a l'ADN par les electrons de basse energie

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    Dumont, Ariane

    Il a ete demontre que les electrons de basse energie (EBE) peuvent induire des cassures simple brin (CSB) a l'ADN, via la formation d'anions transitoires qui decroissent par attachement dissociatif, ou dans d'autres etats electroniques dissociatifs menant a la fragmentation. Afin d'effectuer une etude complete des effets des electrons de basse energie sur la matiere biologique, il est necessaire de comprendre leur mecanismes d'interaction non seulement avec l'ADN, mais avec les constituants de son environnement. Les histones sont une composante importante de l'environnement moleculaire de l'ADN. Leur charge positive leur permet de s'associer aux groupements phosphate anionique de l'ADN. Le role principal de ces proteines basiques consiste a organiser l'ADN et l'empaqueter afin de former la chromatine. Les cations sont une autre composante importante de la cellule; ils jouent un role dans la stabilisation de la conformation B de l'ADN in vitro par leurs interactions avec les petits et grands sillons de l'ADN, ainsi qu'avec le groupement phosphate charge negativement. Avec les histones, ils participent egalement a la compaction de l'ADN pour former la chromatine. Cette etude a pour but de comprendre comment la presence d'ions organiques (sous forme de Tris et d'EDTA) a proximite de l'ADN modifie le rendement de cassures simple brin induit par les electrons de basse energie. Le Tris et l'EDTA ont-ete choisis comme objet d'etude, puisqu'en solution, ils forment le tampon standard pour solubiliser l'ADN dans les experiences in vitro (10mM Tris, 1mM EDTA). De plus, la molecule Tris possede un groupement amine alors que l'EDTA possede 4 groupements carboxyliques. Ensembles, ils peuvent se comporter comme un modele simple pour les acides amines. Le ratio molaire de 10 :1 de Tris par rapport a l'EDTA a pour but d'imiter le comportement des histones qui sont riches en arginine et lysine, acides amines possedant un groupement amine charge positivement additionnel. Des films d'ADN

  5. 安捷伦推出光学鼠标传感器ADNS-3060

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    2005-01-01

    安捷伦(Agilent)日前宣布推出一款基于LED的光学鼠标传感器ADNS-3060,它进一步改善了跟踪控制功能。与其他光学鼠标传感器相比,新的传感器在性能上更有所增强,可以在包括木质桌面和网纹图像等各种不同的表面上工作。ADNS-3060的表面跟踪精确度增强了20倍。

  6. An overview on the synthetic routes and properties of ammonium dinitramide (ADN) and other dinitramide salts

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    Venkatachalam, Subbiah; Santhosh, Gopalakrishnan; Ninan Ninan, Kovoor [Propellants and Special Chemicals Group, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, Trivandrum 695 022 (India)

    2004-06-01

    In recent years, there has been a considerable interest in the development of novel type of high performance propellants for use in solid rocket motors. Ammonium salt of dinitramidic acid NH{sub 4}N(NO{sub 2}){sub 2} (ADN) has attracted wide interest as a potentially useful energetic oxidizer for rocket propellants because of its clean and environment-friendly exhaust products during burning. ADN contains one N-(NO{sub 2}){sub 2} group and its synthesis requires new type of N-nitration. The present paper reviews the general synthetic methods used for the synthesis of inorganic, organic and metal dinitramide salts and their properties, with a special emphasis on ammonium dinitramide. The salient features with reference to the extent of conversion and ease of separation of the products of the various synthetic methodologies are also addressed. (Abstract Copyright [2004], Wiley Periodicals, Inc.)

  7. ADN – The new oxidizer around the corner for an environmentally friendly smokeless propellant

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    Márcio Y. Nagamachi; José Irineu S.Oliveira; Aparecida M. Kawamoto; Rita de Cássia L. Dutra*

    2009-01-01

    The search for a smokeless propellant has encouraged scientists and engineers to look for a chlorine-free oxidizer as a substitute for AP (ammonium perchlorate). Endeavors seemed to come to an end when ADN (ammonium dinitramide) appeared in the West in the early 1990s. Although some drawbacks soon became apparent by that time, the foremost obstacle for its use in rocket-motors came from the patent originally applied for in the United States in 1990. Furthermore, environmental concerns have al...

  8. Double Strand Break Unwinding and Resection by the Mycobacterial Helicase-Nuclease AdnAB in the Presence of Single Strand DNA-binding Protein (SSB)*

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    Unciuleac, Mihaela-Carmen; Shuman, Stewart

    2010-01-01

    Mycobacterial AdnAB is a heterodimeric DNA helicase-nuclease and 3′ to 5′ DNA translocase implicated in the repair of double strand breaks (DSBs). The AdnA and AdnB subunits are each composed of an N-terminal motor domain and a C-terminal nuclease domain. Inclusion of mycobacterial single strand DNA-binding protein (SSB) in reactions containing linear plasmid dsDNA allowed us to study the AdnAB helicase under conditions in which the unwound single strands are coated by SSB and thereby prevent...

  9. Estructura cristalina de ADN y su utilización para la identificación de fármacos

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    Coll, Miquel; Aymamí, Joan

    2006-01-01

    Estructura cristalina de ADN y su utilización para la identificación de fármacos. La estructura cristalina que comprende un entrecruzamiento de tres cadenas de ADN está caracterizada porque: pertenece al grupo espacial P4(1)32 y tiene unas dimensiones de celda a=b=c=70,98 ± 0,7°A; todos los nucleótidos que constituyen dichas cadenas de ADN se encuentran emparejados; y dicho entrecruzamiento de tres cadenas de ADN alberga, en una cavidad hidrofóbica, una molécula. La...

  10. ADN – The new oxidizer around the corner for an environmentally friendly smokeless propellant

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    Márcio Y. Nagamachi

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available The search for a smokeless propellant has encouraged scientists and engineers to look for a chlorine-free oxidizer as a substitute for AP (ammonium perchlorate. Endeavors seemed to come to an end when ADN (ammonium dinitramide appeared in the West in the early 1990s. Although some drawbacks soon became apparent by that time, the foremost obstacle for its use in rocket-motors came from the patent originally applied for in the United States in 1990. Furthermore, environmental concerns have also increased during these two decades. Ammonium perchlorate is believed to cause thyroid cancer by contaminating soil and water. In addition, AP produces hydrogen chloride during burning which can cause acid rain and ozone layer depletion. Unlike AP, ADN stands for both smokeless and green propellant. Since then, much progress has been made in its development in synthesis, re-shaping, microencapsulation and solid propellant. The high solubility of ADN in water has also allowed its application as liquid monopropellant. Tests have revealed Isp (specific impulse superior to that normally observed with hydrazine, one of the most harmful and hazardous liquid propellants. With constraints of use, along with the patent near to expiry, scientists and engineers are rushing to complete developments and patents until then.

  11. Extracción del ADN de Fusarium Oxysporum f.sp. Dianthi

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    Sixta T. Martínez

    2010-07-01

    Full Text Available Se estudia la utílización de dos métodos para la extracción del ADN del Fusarium o.xy.sporum f.sp. Dianthi. En los dos métodos la pared del hongo se rompió con nitrógeno líquido, uno de ellos empleó como solución extractora bromuro de cetiltrimetil amonio (BCTA y el otro una solución de sacarosa con altas concentraciones de protcasa y EDTA. Para la desproteinización ambos métodos utilizaron soluciones de fcnol-clorofonno y enzimas proteolítícas. El ADN obtenido se digirió con enzimas de restricción EcoRI y Hindlll. Se corroboró que cl ADN estaba libre de los contaminantes más frecuentes en hongos, como proteínas y carbohidratos por medio de ultracentrifugación en cloruro de cesio (CsCI. La extracción con BCTA presentó los mejores rendimientos.

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    ... Abroad Treatment Basic Statistics Get Tested Find an HIV testing site near you. Enter ZIP code or city Follow HIV/AIDS CDC HIV CDC HIV/AIDS See RSS | ... on HIV Syndicated Content Website Feedback HIV/AIDS HIV Transmission Language: English Español (Spanish) Recommend on Facebook ...

  13. GAP/ADN/nano-Al膏体推进剂的能量特性与激光点火特性%Energy characteristics and laser ignition characteristics of GAP/ADN/nano-Al pasty propellants

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    裴庆; 郝海霞; 赵凤起; 徐司雨; 姚二岗; 汪营磊

    2015-01-01

    采用最小自由能原理方法计算了GAP(聚叠氮缩水甘油醚)/ADN(二硝酰胺铵)/nano-Al推进剂的能量特性,制备了一系列ADN质量分数为8%~38%的GAP/ADN/nano-Al膏体推进剂,采用CO2激光点火的方法研究了4种配方在不同激光功率密度作用下的激光点火特性.结果表明:GAP/ADN/nano-Al膏体推进剂的标准理论比冲(Isp)、特征速度(C*)、燃烧温度(Tc)均随ADN含量增加而依次增大,爆热(Qv)则主要随铝粉含量的增加而增大;GAP/ADN/nano-Al膏体推进剂的点火延迟时间和点火能量总体上随着激光功率密度增加呈现减小的趋势;配方中ADN含量较高时,GAP/ADN/nano-Al膏体推进剂具有较好的激光点火特性.

  14. 基于光电传感器ADNS-2030无线鼠标的设计与实现%Design and implementation of wireless mouse based on ADNS-2030

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    赵升; 陈庆来; 解瑞杰

    2006-01-01

    研究基于光电传感器ADNS-2030的无线鼠标设计,讨论了ADNS-2030无线鼠标的软件、硬件设计和系统组成,通过实际制作表明:无线鼠标的设计方案是合理可行的,该产品具有性价比高,功耗低,高分辨率,有效距离远等优点,具有一定的应用前景和推广价值.

  15. Inhibition of HIV-1 infection by TNPO3 depletion is determined by capsid and detectable after viral cDNA enters the nucleus

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    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Background HIV-1 infects non-dividing cells. This implies that the virus traverses the nuclear pore before it integrates into chromosomal DNA. Recent studies demonstrated that TNPO3 is required for full infectivity of HIV-1. The fact that TNPO3 is a karyopherin suggests that it acts by directly promoting nuclear entry of HIV-1. Some studies support this hypothesis, while others have failed to do so. Additionally, some studies suggest that TNPO3 acts via HIV-1 Integrase (IN, and others indicate that it acts via capsid (CA. Results To shed light on the mechanism by which TNPO3 contributes to HIV-1 infection we engineered a panel of twenty-seven single-cycle HIV-1 vectors each bearing a different CA mutation and characterized them for the ability to transduce cells in which TNPO3 had been knocked down (KD. Fourteen CA mutants were relatively TNPO3-independent, as compared to wild-type (WT HIV-1. Two mutants were more TNPO3-dependent than the WT, and eleven mutants were actually inhibited by TNPO3. The efficiency of the synthesis of viral cDNA, 2-LTR circles, and proviral DNA was then assessed for WT HIV-1 and three select CA mutants. Controls included rescue of TNPO3 KD with non-targetable coding sequence, RT- and IN- mutant viruses, and pharmacologic inhibitors of RT and IN. TNPO3 KD blocked transduction and establishment of proviral DNA by wild-type HIV-1 with no significant effect on the level of 2-LTR circles. PCR results were confirmed by achieving TNPO3 KD using two different methodologies (lentiviral vector and siRNA oligonucleotide transfection; by challenging three different cell types; by using two different challenge viruses, each necessitating different sets of PCR primers; and by pseudotyping virus with VSV G or using HIV-1 Env. Conclusion TNPO3 promotes HIV-1 infectivity at a step in the virus life cycle that is detectable after the preintegration complex arrives in the nucleus and CA is the viral determinant for TNPO3

  16. The adnAB Locus, Encoding a Putative Helicase-Nuclease Activity, Is Essential in Streptomyces

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    Zhang, Lingli; Nguyen, Hoang Chuong; Chipot, Ludovic; Piotrowski, Emilie; Bertrand, Claire; Thibessard, Annabelle; Leblond, Pierre

    2014-01-01

    Homologous recombination is a crucial mechanism that repairs a wide range of DNA lesions, including the most deleterious ones, double-strand breaks (DSBs). This multistep process is initiated by the resection of the broken DNA ends by a multisubunit helicase-nuclease complex exemplified by Escherichia coli RecBCD, Bacillus subtilis AddAB, and newly discovered Mycobacterium tuberculosis AdnAB. Here we show that in Streptomyces, neither recBCD nor addAB homologues could be detected. The only pu...

  17. Avago发布USB光学鼠标传感器SOC ADNS-2700

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    2011-01-01

    Avago Technologies近日宣布推出一款光学传感器片上系统(SoC),为鼠标和其他人机接口设备提供市场上最小的引脚数。这款高度集成的紧凑型ADNS-2700LED传感器无需使用外部微控制器,使用更少的无源元件,可提供简易设计并降低整体系统成本。

  18. Secuencia genética y dinámica de excitaciones no lineales de ADN

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    Cuenda Cuenda, Sara

    2007-01-01

    La memoria se divide en tres partes: la que se refiere al modelo de sine-Gordon continuo; la segunda, relativa al modelo de sine-Gordon discreto; y la última, que trata el modelo de Peyrard-Bishop aplicado al ADN. La primera parte engloba los capítulos 2 y 3. El segundo capítulo es puramente introductorio, y trata del modelo de sine-Gordon homogéneo y continuo. En él se hace un repaso de la ecuación de sine-Gordon en coordenadas características en la geometría diferencial y ...

  19. Lipopoliplejos y complejos monomoleculares de ADN como vectores de terapia génica

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    Sanmartín Santos, Isaías

    2010-01-01

    La terapia génica no viral avanza al ritmo que marca el desarrollo en sus vectores de transferencia génica. Vectores más eficientes, más sofisticados y con posibilidades nuevas, son el frente de avance y motor del campo. La presente tesis doctoral describe el desarrollo de dos nuevos vectores para terapia génica no viral, pertenecientes a ámbitos de aplicación muy diferenciados. El LPP (lipopoliplejo) es un vector de asociación liposomas/ADN/PEI cuya característica esencial es la capacidad pa...

  20. Extracción de ADN y una prueba inical de primers en Pinus pseudostrobus Lindl. Para marcadores AFLP

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    Gabriela Orozco Gutiérrez; Ramón del Val Díaz; Mario González Chavira; Hipólito Jesús Muñoz Flores; Víctor M. Coria Avalos; J. Jesús García Magaña

    2010-01-01

    Se desarrollo un método de extracción de ADN simple, rápido y de alto rendimiento para Pinus pseudostrobus Lindl. del área semillera establecida en Jerahuaro, Michoacán para la producción de semilla de calidad. Se implementaron herramientas moleculares (AFLP) para identificar su relación genética inter-especie. Es muy importante contar con el protocolo de extracción y purificación de ADN estandarizado para la especie de interés, debido a que este proceso constituye una etapa clave en todos lo...

  1. Estudio teórico sobre la influencia del solvente en la estructura y dinámica del ADN

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    Rueda Borrego, Manuel

    2006-01-01

    [spa] Esta tesis se centra en el estudio de la influencia del solvente en la estructura y dinámica del ADN mediante técnicas de simulación por ordenador. En la misma se han realizado dos bloques diferenciados, cuyos objetivos concretos serían: 1- El estudio de una secuencia de ADN en solución con diferentes fuerzas iónicas con el objetivo de racionalizar cómo los contraiones modulan las propiedades estructurales y dinámicas de la molécula. 2- El estudio de diversos ácidos nucleicos canónicos ...

  2. AISLAMIENTO DE ADN GENÓMICO DE Myrciaria dubia (HBK) “CAMU CAMU” APROPIADO PARA ANÁLISIS MOLECULARES

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    Juan Castro Gómez; Marianela Cobos Ruiz; Roberson Ramírez Saavedra; Sixto Imán Correa

    2012-01-01

    Myrciaria dubia “camu-camu”, una especie nativa de la Amazonía que produce frutos con alto contenido de vitamina C y otras sustancias importantes. Sin embargo, los estudios moleculares de esta planta son escasos, por falta de un protocolo reproducible para purificar sus ácidos nucléicos. El objetivo de este trabajo fue establecer un protocolo para aislar el ADN genómico a partir de hojas de M. dubia, apropiado para análisis moleculares. El ADN se purificó con un protocolo modificado, la calid...

  3. Estudio del daño en el ADN inducido por compuestos polifenólicos de la dieta

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    Burgos Morón, Estefanía

    2015-01-01

    El cáncer es una enfermedad causada por la acumulación de daño en el ADN . Las células cancerosas presentan numerosas alteraciones genéticas, epigenéticas y cromosómicas, que juegan un papel fundamental en el desarrollo de la enfermedad . Estas alteraciones pueden producirse como consecuencia del propio funcionamiento celular. Por ejemplo, se sabe que las especies reactivas de oxígeno generadas durante la respiración celular y los errores cometidos por las enzimas ADN polimerasas durante la r...

  4. Complejos covalentes de lipasas con proteínas, sondas de ADN, cofactores u otras biomoléculas

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    Palomo, José Miguel; Batalla Bosquet, Pilar; Mateo González, César; LÓPEZ GALLEGO, Fernando; Bolívar Bolívar, Juan Manuel; Maciello, Marzia; Guisán, José Manuel; Fernández-Lorente, Gloria

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    Complejos covalentes de lipasas con proteínas, sondas de ADN, cofactores u otras biomoléculas. Complejos que comprenden lipasas unidas covalentemente, a través de regiones no involucradas en su centro activo, a biomoléculas de interés (proteínas, como enzimas, anticuerpos o proteínas A o G, cofactores o sondas de ADN). Los complejos se pueden inmovilizar a través del centro activo intacto de las lipasas sobre todo tipo de soportes hidrofóbicos sin necesidad de realizar...

  5. Revisión sobre la extracción de ADN a partir de huesos humanos

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    Gerardo Jiménez-Arce; Bernal Morera-Brenes

    1999-01-01

    Los huesos antiguos son una buena fuente de ADN, útil en muchos casos para el análisis forense, especialmente cuando el tejido blando está severamente descompuesto o dañado. Existen diferentes métodos para la extracción de ADN a partir de restos óseos, con diferentes eficacias, y que plantean varios problemas técnicos. Se presenta una revisión bibliográfica sobre este tema y se incluyen algunas recomendaciones prácticas.Ancient bones are a good source of DNA, useful on many forensic cases, sp...

  6. 球形二硝酰胺铵研究%Study on prilled ammonium dinitramide(ADN)

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    马跃; 张海林

    2002-01-01

    介绍了二硝酰胺铵(ADN)的液相凝聚成球方法,并对球形ADN的吸湿性、感度(撞击、摩擦)、粒度分布以及颗粒表面进行了测试和分析.结果表明,球形ADN吸湿性、感度优于非球形ADN.用这种方法制得的球形ADN粒径为5~800μm.

  7. Simultaneous heterotrophic nitrification and aerobic denitrification by the marine origin bacterium Pseudomonas sp. ADN-42.

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    Jin, Ruofei; Liu, Tianqi; Liu, Guangfei; Zhou, Jiti; Huang, Jianyu; Wang, Aijie

    2015-02-01

    Recent research has highlighted the existence of some bacteria that are capable of performing heterotrophic nitrification and have a phenomenal ability to denitrify their nitrification products under aerobic conditions. A high-salinity-tolerant strain ADN-42 was isolated from Hymeniacidon perleve and found to display high heterotrophic ammonium removal capability. This strain was identified as Pseudomonas sp. via 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis. Gene cloning and sequencing analysis indicated that the bacterial genome contains N2O reductase function (nosZ) gene. NH3-N removal rate of ADN-42 was very high. And the highest removal rate was 6.52 mg/L · h in the presence of 40 g/L NaCl. Under the condition of pure oxygen (DO >8 mg/L), NH3-N removal efficiency was 56.9 %. Moreover, 38.4 % of oxygen remained in the upper gas space during 72 h without greenhouse gas N2O production. Keeping continuous and low level of dissolved oxygen (DO <3 mg/L) was helpful for better denitrification performance. All these results indicated that the strain has heterotrophic nitrification and aerobic denitrification abilities, which guarantee future application in wastewater treatment. PMID:25432342

  8. ADN/AN の燃焼速度特性

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    松本, 幸太郎; 高橋, 賢一; 桑原, 卓雄; 芝本, 秀文; 羽生, 宏人; Matsumoto, Koutarou; Takahashi, Kenichi; Kuwahara, Takuo; Shibamoto, Hidefumi; Habu, Hiroto

    2014-01-01

    本研究ではアンモニウムジニトラミド(ADN)に硝酸アンモニウム(AN)を混合することで,ADN/AN のAN 混合量に対する燃焼速度特性を調べた. その結果,AND/AN の燃焼速度はAN 混合量に比例して減少することがわかった.また, 雰囲気圧力0.1 MPa 及び1 MPa ではAN 混合量10 mass%で約30% 低下し,20 mass%で約50%低下した. 雰囲気圧力2 MPaでは,AN 混合量20 mass%で約40%低下した.雰囲気圧力0.6 MPa 及び1 MPa と比較して2 MPa ではAN 混合量に対する燃焼速度の減少が抑制された....

  9. Descifrando los mensajes del pasado : análisis del ADN antiguo

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    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available El análisis de ADN (ADNa nos permite estudiar directamente la composición genética de las poblaciones del pasado. Sin embargo, pronto se hicieron patentes las limitaciones metodológicas derivadas del mal estado de preservación del ADNa, así como del enorme riesgo de contaminación con ADN humano momderno. Ello, condujo a la elaboración de una serie de Criterios de Autentificación que deben cumplir todos los trabajos del campo de ADNa para su publicación. Actualmente, los trabajos publicados no son numerosos, ni espectaculares, pero los resultados son reproducibles y su autenticidad esta demostrada. Nuestro equipo viene trabajando desde hace más de 10 años en este campo. Hemos analizado 5 yacimientos prehistóricos (SJaPL, Longar, Pico Ramos, Urratxa y Aizpea y uno histórico (Aldaieta del País Vasco. Los resultados obtenidos hasta el momento, nos están permitiendo indagar en los procesos evolutivos sufridos por la población vasca, constrastar las hipótesis que han sido planteadas con otras evidencias, y concretamente en el yacimiento de Aldaieta, indagar en cuestiones biosociales, como el parentesco, y en el origen de este grupo humano.

  10. Modélisation des effets de la photoabsorption K sur l'ADN

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    Vrigneaud, J. M.; Terrissol, M.

    1999-01-01

    Monte Carlo codes were used to simulate the transport of photons and their secondary electrons produced on a linear and hydrated DNA model. Between 150 and 550eV, the variation of photon cross section upon the K-ionisation threshold in C, N, O atoms of DNA is responsible for an increase of the biological effectiveness. We showed that, with the same number of absorbed photons, the distribution of breaks as a function of energy reaches a maximum around 450eV. Nous avons simulé le transport des photons et de leurs électrons secondaires mis en mouvement dans un modèle d'ADN linéaire hydraté, en utilisant la méthode de Monte Carlo. Entre 150 et 550 eV, la variation de section efficace photonique au- dessus du seuil d'ionisation K des atomes C, N, O de l'ADN est responsable d'un accroissement de l'efficacité biologique. Nous avons montré que, pour un même nombre de photons absorbés, la distribution des cassures en fonction de l'énergie passe par un maximum autour de 450 eV.

  11. Resistencia a cisplatino en celulas de carcinoma de ovario: cuantificación de roturas de ADN

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    Arcilla Aller, Francisco

    2013-01-01

    Estudio de las diferencias entre dos líneas celulares emparentadas, A2780 y A2780cis(resistente a cisplatino). Se evaluaron las diferencias en respuesta al daño en ADN, inducido por cisplatino, entre ambas líneas mediante el ensayo del cometa.

  12. OPTIMIZACIÓN DE UN PROTOCOLO DEL AISLAMIENTO DEL ADN Y DE UN SISTEMA DE AMPLIFICACIÓN ISSR-PCR PARA Ceratozamia mexicana Brongn. (Zamiaceae).

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    Nadia Guadalupe Sánchez-Coello; Mauricio Luna-Rodríguez; Mario Vázquez-Torres; Lázaro Rafael Sánchez-Velásquez; Nancy Santana-Buzzy; Pablo Octavio-Aguilar; Lourdes Georgina Iglesias-Andreu

    2012-01-01

    La mayoría de las cícadas contienen altas concentraciones de aceites esenciales, flavonoides, polifenoles y polisacáridos que interfieren en la extracción de ADN, causando productos de amplificación errados o inhibiendo la PCR. La optimización del aislamiento del ADN y el empleo de iniciadores de secuencias intergénicas repetidas simples (ISSRs) se investigaron en Ceratozamia mexicana Brongn., una cícada mexicana en peligro de extinción. El ADN obtenido de tejido foliar fresco, con un amortig...

  13. Confiabilidad del análisis de ADN en pruebas de paternidad para bovinos Brahman y Brangus en México

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    RIOJAS VALDÉS, VÍCTOR M.; Gómez de la Fuente, Juan Carlos, 1966-; SALINAS MELÉNDEZ, JOSÉ A.; Montes de Oca Luna, Roberto.; Wong González, Alfredo.

    2006-01-01

    En el presente estudio se calcularon las probabilidades de exclusión (PE) de ocho microsatélites de ADN (BM1824, BM 2113, SPS 115, ETH 3, ETH 10, ETH 225, TGLA122 y TGLA 227) para determinar la confiabilidad del análisis de ADN como método para la realización de pruebas de paternidad. Los microsatélites de ADN más informativos dentro del panel analizado para la raza Brahman fueron: BM 2113, SPS 115, ETH 10, ETH 225, TGLA 122 y TGLA 227 (PE´s de 0.72, 0.54, 0.45, ...

  14. La utilización del concepto de ADN en nuestra sociedad: tecnociencia, frases hechas y errores científicos

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    Francesc Mestres

    2012-01-01

    La tecnología científica relacionada con el ADN y sus aplicaciones ha revolucionado nuestra sociedad. La información respecto a estos progresos se ha extendido rápidamente mediante los medios de comunicación. A su vez, las personas han incorporado conceptos de las tecnologías relacionadas con el ADN en su cosmovisión. La utilización de frases hechas basadas en el ADN ha tenido un gran éxito mediático, pero algunas de ellas contienen errores científicos graves. En este artículo se pretende mos...

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  17. Numerical simulation of ammonium dinitramide (ADN)-based non-toxic aerospace propellant decomposition and combustion in a monopropellant thruster

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    Highlights: • Decomposition and combustion process of ADN-based thruster are studied. • Distribution of droplets is obtained during the process of spray hit on wire mesh. • Two temperature models are adopted to describe the heat transfer in porous media. • The influences brought by different mass flux and porosity are studied. - Abstract: Ammonium dinitramide (ADN) monopropellant is currently the most promising among all ‘green propellants’. In this paper, the decomposition and combustion process of liquid ADN-based ternary mixtures for propulsion are numerically studied. The R–R distribution model is used to study the initial boundary conditions of droplet distribution resulting from spray hit on a wire mesh based on PDA experiment. To simulate the heat-transfer characteristics between the gas–solid phases, a two-temperature porous medium model in a catalytic bed is used. An 11-species and 7-reactions chemistry model is used to study the catalytic and combustion processes. The final distribution of temperature, pressure, and other kinds of material component concentrations are obtained using the ADN thruster. The results of simulation conducted in the present study are well agree with previous experimental data, and the demonstration of the ADN thruster confirms that a good steady-state operation is achieved. The effects of spray inlet mass flux and porosity on monopropellant thruster performance are analyzed. The numerical results further show that a larger inlet mass flux results in better thruster performance and a catalytic bed porosity value of 0.5 can exhibit the best thruster performance. These findings can serve as a key reference for designing and testing non-toxic aerospace monopropellant thrusters

  18. Les propietats físiques de l'ADN en escala genòmica

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    Goñi Macià, Josep Ramon

    2008-01-01

    [cat] Es coneix com era post-genòmica els anys posteriors a la seqüenciació massiva dels genomes d'organismes i espècies superiors (entre elles la humana) i que ens permeten per primer cop, tenir una visió global dels mecanismes biològics que regulen la vida de cèl·lula. En aquests primers anys d'aquesta nova era, s'ha donat especial rellevància a la identificació i estudi funcional de motius de seqüència en el genoma, assumint la hipòtesi que la capa física (la molècula d'ADN) es un mer supo...

  19. Propietats físiques de l'ADN en escala genòmica, Les

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    Goñi Macià, Josep Ramon

    2008-01-01

    Es coneix com era post-genòmica els anys posteriors a la seqüenciació massiva dels genomes d'organismes i espècies superiors (entre elles la humana) i que ens permeten per primer cop, tenir una visió global dels mecanismes biològics que regulen la vida de cèl·lula. En aquests primers anys d'aquesta nova era, s'ha donat especial rellevància a la identificació i estudi funcional de motius de seqüència en el genoma, assumint la hipòtesi que la capa física (la molècula d'ADN) es un mer suport per...

  20. Recherche dans les banques d'ADN par indexation parallèle

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    Nguyen, Van Hoa; Lavenier, Dominique

    2006-01-01

    Une des tâches de base de la biologie moléculaire est la recherche de similarités dans les banques d'ADN. Une recherche rapide passe par une mise en oeuvre parallèle des algorithmes. Les méthodes séquentielles développées se parallélisent en général sans problème : les noeuds travaillent indépendamment sur une partie des banques et le résultat final est la fusion de l'ensemble. Un des inconvénients réside dans le parcours systématique des banques puisque leur taille influe directement sur le ...

  1. Desenvolvimento de um biossensor de ADN integrado num chip de microfluídica

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    Vaz, Ana Catarina Corceiro

    2012-01-01

    Os biossensores têm vindo a captar elevado interesse devido à necessidade dos laboratórios de diagnóstico em disporem de métodos de análise rápidos, precisos e pouco dispendiosos. Nesse contexto, esta dissertação aborda o desenvolvimento de um biossensor de microfluídica para detecção colorimétrica de ADN, constituído por um chip de microfluídica inserido numa plataforma optoelectrónica. O método de detecção é baseado no comportamento colorimétrico de uma solução de nanopartículas de ou...

  2. Outcomes of ADN-BSN partnerships to increase baccalaureate prepared nurses.

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    Sizemore, Mary H; Robbins, Leslie K; Hoke, Mary M; Billings, Diane M

    2007-01-01

    The limited supply of BSN nurses hinders efforts to increase patient care quality and address health disparities. In largely rural and economically disadvantaged areas, associate degree prepared nurses provide the majority of nursing services. To address a statewide need, a BSN Program and 3 ADN Programs formed a partnership to take BSN education to rural and medically underserved areas. This article describes the program planning, implementation, and evaluation using an adapted assessment framework with partnership principles as its foundation. Interactive television, internet education components, local clinical experiences, and distant nursing faculty liaisons were used. The nursing course sequence was completed by 101 of 102 students. Hall's Professionalism Scale, the California Critical Thinking Disposition Inventory, and the California Critical Thinking Skills Test measured the increases found in professional socialization and critical thinking. Use of the adapted theoretical framework represented a strategic approach to developing a distance delivered nursing education program. PMID:18171322

  3. The ADN project : an integrated seismic monitoring of the northern Ecuadorian subduction

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    Nocquet, Jean-Mathieu; Yepes, Hugo; Vallee, Martin; Mothes, Patricia; Regnier, Marc; Segovia, Monica; Font, Yvonne; Vaca, Sandro; Bethoux, Nicole; Ramos, Cristina

    2010-05-01

    The subduction of the Nazca plate beneath South America has caused one of the largest megathrust earthquake sequence during the XXth century with three M>7.7 earthquakes that followed the great 1906 (Mw = 8.8) event. Better understanding the processes leading to the occurrence of large subduction earthquakes requires to monitor the ground motion over a large range of frequencies. We present a new network (ADN) developed under a collaboration between the IRD-GeoAzur (Nice, France) and the IG-EPN (Quito, Ecuador). Each station of the ADN network includes a GPS recording at 5 Hz, an accelerometer and a broadband seismometer. CGPS data will quantify the secular deformation induced by elastic locking along the subduction interface, enabling a detailed modelling of the coupling distribution. CGPS will be used to monitor any transient deformation induced by Episodic Slip Event along the subduction, together with broadband seismometers that can detect any tremors or seismic signatures that may accompany them. In case of any significant earthquake, 5 Hz GPS and accelerometer will provide near field data for earthquake source detailed study. Finally, the broadband seismometers will be used for study of the microseismicity and structure of the subduction zone. The network includes 9 stations, operating since 2008 and covering the coastal area from latitude 1.5°S to the Colombian border. In this poster, we will present preliminary assessment of the data, first hypocenters location, magnitude and focal mechanism determination, as well as results about an episodic slip event detected in winter 2008.

  4. La réplication de l'ADN chez l'euryarchaea Pyrococcus Abyssi : mise en place et dynamique du complexe

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    Rouillon, Christophe

    2006-01-01

    La replication de l'ADN se fait par le biais d'un complexe protéique appelé réplisome. La compréhension des aspects structuraux et dynamiques nécessite sa reconstitution in vitro à partir des sous-unités individuelles. Chez tous les organismes vivants, la phase d'élongation de l'ADN, effectuée par les ADN polymérases, met en jeu un facteur de processivité (PCNA) qui est chargé sur l'ADN par un facteur de chargement (RF-C). Généralement, les protéines des archées, impliquées dans la réplicatio...

  5. PROTOCOLO PARA LA EXTRACCIÓN DE ADN METAGENÓMICO BACTERIANO DEL LANGOSTINO Macrobrachium carcinus L

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    J. Ulises González-de la Cruz; H. Delfin-González; Ma. C. de la Cruz-Leyva; R. A. Rojas-Herrera; M. Zamudio-Maya

    2011-01-01

    En este trabajo se adecuó un protocolo para la extracción de ADN metagenómico (ADNmg) bacteriano del sistema digestivo (intestino, estómago y hepatopáncreas) del langostino Macrobrachium carcinus L., tomando como referencia la metodología de extracción de ADN bacteriano de suelos y sedimentos (Rojas-Herrera et al., 2008). Esta metodología constaba de lisis enzimática, física, mecánica y química; después de una serie de ensayos se suprimió la lisis enzimática. Sin embargo, el éxito de la extra...

  6. Short of transformation: American ADN students' thoughts, feelings, and experiences of studying abroad in a low-income country.

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    Foronda, Cynthia L; Belknap, Ruth Ann

    2012-01-01

    ADN students are a large yet distinct subgroup of nursing students who require research and understanding. The purpose of this study was to describe the thoughts, feelings, and experiences of American associate degree nursing (ADN) students who participated in a short study abroad course in a low-income country. A qualitative, narrative method was used. Three categories emerged from the analysis. Participants revealed thoughts of "constant comparisons", feelings of an "emotional journey", and they experienced "learning". Participants did not demonstrate perspective transformation as defined by Mezirow as participants signified no intent for social action. Several potential blocks to perspective transformation were identified: egocentrism/emotional disconnect, perceived powerlessness/being overwhelmed, and a vacation mindset. The findings provide insight into the student experience of studying abroad. Transformative learning is not a guaranteed result. Nurse educators must consider strategies to foster transformation including discussing global systemic oppressors, international relations, coping, connecting, and social action. PMID:22673958

  7. Revisión sobre la extracción de ADN a partir de huesos humanos

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    Gerardo Jiménez-Arce

    1999-09-01

    Full Text Available Los huesos antiguos son una buena fuente de ADN, útil en muchos casos para el análisis forense, especialmente cuando el tejido blando está severamente descompuesto o dañado. Existen diferentes métodos para la extracción de ADN a partir de restos óseos, con diferentes eficacias, y que plantean varios problemas técnicos. Se presenta una revisión bibliográfica sobre este tema y se incluyen algunas recomendaciones prácticas.Ancient bones are a good source of DNA, useful on many forensic cases, specially when the soft tissues are putrefied to a high extent. There is many different methods to extract DNA from bones with various degrees of efficiency on the DNA amount obtained. We present a bibliographic review and some practical considerations.

  8. Estudio estructural de la unión de ADN rico en adeninas y timinas con la proteína HMGA1a y con fármacos específicos de unión al surco estrecho del ADN

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    Millán Elías, Cynthia Raquel

    2013-01-01

    Las actividades relacionadas con el ADN como la transcripción, replicación, recombinación y reparación implican cambios en la estructura del ADN y en la organización de la cromatina. Estos cambios estructurales dependen de su interacción con proteínas. Las proteínas HMGA1 (High Mobility Group A1) son miembros de una superfamilia de proteínas de baja masa molecular, se encuentran en el núcleo de las células y modifican la conformación espacial del ADN. Actúan como factores de transcri...

  9. RN-BSN Students' Perceptions of the Differences in Practice of the ADN- and BSN-Prepared RN.

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    Matthias, April D; Kim-Godwin, Yeoun Soo

    2016-01-01

    This study explored RN-BSN students' perceptions of practice differences between nurses prepared with an ADN and BSN. Five themes were identified in 20 students' discussion posts: "a nurse is a nurse" at the bedside, beyond the bedside, BSN wanted, digging deeper, and appraisal. Results illustrate the need for educators to assist nurses in translating the differentiated educational competencies to the practice role of the bedside RN. PMID:26862685

  10. 艾默生推出两款ADN-C系列小巧型DIN导轨电源

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    2012-01-01

    日前,艾默生网络能源公司宣布推出两款属于ADN-C系列的小巧型DIN导轨安装三相电源产品。这两款10A和5A产品的推出令该系列电源的产品阵容显得更为鼎盛。

  11. L'attaque radiolytique de l'ADN est modulée par la conformation. Simulation Monte Carlo

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    Begusová, M.; Tartier, L.; Savoye, C.; Sy, D.; Spotheim-Maurizot, M.; Charlier, M.; Michalik, V.

    1998-04-01

    To study the influence of DNA structure on the probability of single strand breaks induction by ionising radiations, the attack by OH radicals is simulated by the Monte Carlo method. We have calculated the relative probabilities of OH radical reaction with all the reactive sites of: a) a DNA fragment in B form, containing the sequences AATT and AAATT, and b) an intramolecular DNA quadruplex [ G4(T4G4)3] and the corresponding duplex in B form. The results of our simulations are compared to the experimental values, and the effect of DNA structural variations on single strand breaks yield is discussed. Pour étudier l'influence de la structure de l'ADN sur la probabilité d'induire des coupures simple brin par les radiations ionisantes, l'attaque par les radicaux OH est simulée par la méthode de Monte Carlo. Nous avons calculé les probabilités relatives de réaction du radical OH en tous les sites réactifs a) d'un fragment d'ADN en forme B incluant des séquences AATT et AAATT, et b) d'une molécule d'ADN formant un quadruplex monomoléculaire [ G4(T4G4)3] et du duplex correspondant en forme B. Les résultats de nos simulation sont confrontés aux données expérimentales et l'effet des variations structurales de l'ADN sur le rendement de coupure simple brin a été discuté.

  12. Vacunas de ADN: inducción de la respuesta inmunitaria DNA Vaccines: Induction of the immune response

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    Javier Mota-Sánchez

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available La efectividad de las vacunas y la inmunización en la prevención de las enfermedades infecciosas es uno de los grandes avances de la medicina. En la actualidad, el acceso a la tecnología de punta en el área de la genómica y la proteómica ha hecho posible acelerar el desarrollo de nuevos modelos de vacunas con características mejoradas en aspectos fundamentales, como la inmunogenicidad y la seguridad. A casi dos décadas del primer informe, en el cual se demostró que un gen puede expresarse mediante la inyección directa de ADN desnudo, las vacunas de ADN han probado ser eficientes para inducir una respuesta inmunitaria protectora contra parásitos, virus y bacterias en diversos modelos animales. Esta revisión tiene por objetivo presentar un panorama general de las vacunas de ADN y los mecanismos mediante los cuales la inmunización con antígenos insertados en vectores de ADN (plásmidos inducen una respuesta inmunitaria.The effectiveness of vaccines and immunization in the prevention of infectious diseases is one of the greatest successes in medicine. In recent years, with access to cutting edge genomic and proteomic technology, it is possible to accelerate the development of new and improved vaccines with better immunogenicity and safety characteristics. Since the first report almost two decades ago, where it was demonstrated that gene expression is possible by directed injection of naked DNA, DNA vaccines have been proven to induce protective immune responses against parasites, virus and bacterium in diverse animal disease models. This review aims to present an overview about DNA vaccines and the mechanisms by which immune responses are induced after immunization with plasmid DNA-encoded antigens.

  13. Identificación de restos óseos humanos mediante análisis de ADN

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    Bernal Morera-Brenes

    1998-12-01

    Full Text Available En los últimos años la tecnología del ADN se ha convertido en una poderosa herramienta para la identificación individual, incluso cuando sólamente se cuenta con restos óseos. Se ilustra un caso en el cual se realizó la prueba de identificación comparando el ADN de los supuestos padres contra el ADN extraído del hueso de un menor de sexo femenino, utilizando los marcadores: HLA-DQA1, LDLR, GYPA, HBGG, D7S8, Gc, y D1S80. Los perfiles genéticos obtenidos permitieron concluir una identificación positiva de los restos como pertenecientes a la niña desaparecida. Esta metodología queda disponible para futuros casos forenses que así lo ameriten.The DNA technology has become a powerful tool for human identification in the last few years even in cases where the bones are the only remains. We now report the successful identification of the skeletal remains of a murder victim by comparative typing on nuclear DNA in remains, and in the presumptive parents of the victim. The genetic markers used were: HLA-DQA1, LDLR, GYPA, HBGG, D7S8, Gc, and D1S80. This feasibility of bone DNA typing is available in forensic investigation in Costa Rica now.

  14. El ADN antiguo aplicado a contextos arqueopaleontológicos: el caso de la cueva de Arlanpe (Lemoa, Bizkaia

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    Iriarte, E.

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Los estudios de ADN antiguo están permitiendo conocer nuevos datos sobre la biología de especies actuales y extintas. Las técnicas de ADN antiguo pueden ser una herramienta adicional y complementaria dentro de los estudios multidisciplinares que son necesarios para abordar distintas problemáticas arqueopaleontológicas. En este artículo repasamos algunas de las aplicaciones en estos contextos: la determinación taxonómica y sexual, los estudios para conocer el proceso de domesticación, o la estructura filogeográfica durante ciclos glaciares subrayando la existencia o no de refugios glaciares. También proporcionamos información preliminar referente a la aplicación de estas técnicas en el yacimiento de Arlanpe (Lemoa, Bizkaia. En este yacimiento hemos obtenido ADN mitocondrial de muestras de oso pardo, gran bóvido y cabra montés. Una de las muestras de oso pardo de Arlanpe está dentro del clado 3c compuesto de osos pardos extintos de Alaska. Dos de las muestras de gran bóvido de Arlanpe han sido clasificadas como uro (Bos primigenius mediante métodos genéticos.

  15. Integrase and integration: biochemical activities of HIV-1 integrase

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    Deprez Eric

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Integration of retroviral DNA is an obligatory step of retrovirus replication because proviral DNA is the template for productive infection. Integrase, a retroviral enzyme, catalyses integration. The process of integration can be divided into two sequential reactions. The first one, named 3'-processing, corresponds to a specific endonucleolytic reaction which prepares the viral DNA extremities to be competent for the subsequent covalent insertion, named strand transfer, into the host cell genome by a trans-esterification reaction. Recently, a novel specific activity of the full length integrase was reported, in vitro, by our group for two retroviral integrases (HIV-1 and PFV-1. This activity of internal cleavage occurs at a specific palindromic sequence mimicking the LTR-LTR junction described into the 2-LTR circles which are peculiar viral DNA forms found during viral infection. Moreover, recent studies demonstrated the existence of a weak palindromic consensus found at the integration sites. Taken together, these data underline the propensity of retroviral integrases for binding symmetrical sequences and give perspectives for targeting specific sequences used for gene therapy.

  16. Importin α1与HIV-1整合酶相互作用及其对病毒复制的影响%Importin α1 interacts with HIV-1 integrase and plays a role in viral replication

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    敖竹君; Kallesh Danappa Jayappa; 姚小剑

    2014-01-01

    目的 研究HIV-1整合酶与细胞蛋白Importin α1(Impα1)的相互作用及其对HIV-1复制的影响.方法 采用化学发光免疫共沉淀系统定量检测细胞内HIV-1整合酶与Impα1蛋白的相互作用,同时利用基因沉默技术下调CD4+C8166 T细胞中Impα1的表达,以研究Impα/β入核转运途径对HIV 1复制的影响.结果 当T细胞内Impα1表达下降时,HIV 1对其感染性显著减弱.Real time PCR分析结果显示,尽管病毒逆转录未受到影响,但其2 LTR DNA(入核指标)及整合DNA的形成受到了抑制,提示Impα1的下调明显影响HIV-1入核转运过程.结论 该研究为HIV-1整合酶与Impα1蛋白之间的相互作用及其在病毒感染中的影响提供了重要的实验依据.

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  18. Comparación de dos protocolos de extracción de ADN de Trypanosoma cruzi cultivados en medio axénico

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    Mariela López

    2014-04-01

    Full Text Available Objetivos. Comparar dos protocolos de extracción de ADN de Trypanosoma cruzi para su uso en la amplificación de ADN de minicírculos de kinetoplasto (ADNk mediante la técnica de Reacción en Cadena de Polimerasa (PCR. Materiales y métodos. Se cultivaron epimastigotas de T. cruzi en condiciones exénicas obteniéndose masas entre 1,5 hasta 100 x 10(6 parásitos. A partir de estas se procedió a la extracción de ADN mediante dos protocolos: extracción con solventes orgánicos (fenol/cloroformo, y empleo de resina (Chelex®100, a partir de los diferentes sedimentos parasitarios. La concentración y pureza del ADN se determinó por espectrofotometría y la integridad se evaluó mediante electroforesis en geles de agarosa. Se realizó el análisis de varianza y comparaciones de medias mediante la prueba de Tukey, utilizando el software Statistix 8.0. Resultados. Se realizaron diez extracciones de ADN de cada una de las diferentes cantidades de parásitos sedimentados. En la extracción de ADN con la resina Chelex®100 se obtuvo mayor rendimiento, pero menor pureza e integridad respecto a la extracción con solventes orgánicos. Sin embargo, permitió la amplificación del producto de 330 pb de ADNk de T. cruzi. Conclusiones. Aun cuando la técnica de Chelex®100 proporcionó menor pureza e integridad del ADN, permitió la amplificación con éxito de ADNk por PCR, evitando el uso de técnicas laboriosas y solventes orgánicos tóxicos

  19. Comparación de dos protocolos de extracción de ADN de Trypanosoma cruzi cultivados en medio axénico

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    Mariela López

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    Full Text Available Objetivos. Comparar dos protocolos de extracción de ADN de Trypanosoma cruzi para su uso en la amplificación de ADN de minicírculos de kinetoplasto (ADNk mediante la técnica de Reacción en Cadena de Polimerasa (PCR. Materiales y métodos. Se cultivaron epimastigotas de T. cruzi en condiciones exénicas obteniéndose masas entre 1,5 hasta 100 x 10(6 parásitos. A partir de estas se procedió a la extracción de ADN mediante dos protocolos: extracción con solventes orgánicos (fenol/cloroformo, y empleo de resina (Chelex®100, a partir de los diferentes sedimentos parasitarios. La concentración y pureza del ADN se determinó por espectrofotometría y la integridad se evaluó mediante electroforesis en geles de agarosa. Se realizó el análisis de varianza y comparaciones de medias mediante la prueba de Tukey, utilizando el software Statistix 8.0. Resultados. Se realizaron diez extracciones de ADN de cada una de las diferentes cantidades de parásitos sedimentados. En la extracción de ADN con la resina Chelex®100 se obtuvo mayor rendimiento, pero menor pureza e integridad respecto a la extracción con solventes orgánicos. Sin embargo, permitió la amplificación del producto de 330 pb de ADNk de T. cruzi. Conclusiones. Aun cuando la técnica de Chelex®100 proporcionó menor pureza e integridad del ADN, permitió la amplificación con éxito de ADNk por PCR, evitando el uso de técnicas laboriosas y solventes orgánicos tóxicos

  20. RING domain mutations uncouple TRIM5α restriction of HIV-1 from inhibition of reverse transcription and acceleration of uncoating.

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    Roa, Amanda; Hayashi, Fumiaki; Yang, Yang; Lienlaf, Maritza; Zhou, Jing; Shi, Jiong; Watanabe, Satoru; Kigawa, Takanori; Yokoyama, Shigeyuki; Aiken, Christopher; Diaz-Griffero, Felipe

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    Rhesus TRIM5α (TRIM5α(rh)) is a cytosolic protein that potently restricts HIV-1 at an early postentry stage, prior to reverse transcription. The ability of TRIM5α(rh) to block HIV-1 infection has been correlated with a decrease of pelletable HIV-1 capsid during infection. To genetically dissect the ability of TRIM5α to block reverse transcription, we studied a set of TRIM5α(rh) RING domain mutants that potently restrict HIV-1 but allow the occurrence of reverse transcription. These TRIM5α(rh) RING variants blocked HIV-1 infection after reverse transcription but prior to integration, as suggested by the routing of nuclear viral DNA to circularization in the form of 2-long terminal repeat (2-LTR) circles. The folding of RING domain variants was similar to that of the wild type, as evaluated by nuclear magnetic resonance. RING domain changes that allowed the occurrence of reverse transcription were impaired in their ability to decrease the amount of pelletable capsid compared with wild-type TRIM5α. Similar effects of this particular group of mutations were observed with human TRIM5α inhibition of N-tropic murine leukemia virus (N-MLV). Interestingly, TRIM5α(rh) RING domain variants also prevented the degradation of TRIM5α(rh) that occurs following cell entry of HIV-1. These data correlated the block of reverse transcription with the ability of TRIM5α to accelerate uncoating. Collectively, these results suggest that TRIM5α(rh) blocks HIV-1 reverse transcription by inducing premature viral uncoating in target cells. PMID:22114335

  1. NC/NG与ADN的相互作用%Interaction of NG/NC with ADN

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    张腊莹; 衡淑云; 刘子如; 张皋; 赵凤起; 谭惠民

    2009-01-01

    用高压差示扫描量热法(PDSC),热重-微商热重法(TG-DTG),研究了双基粘合剂(NC/NG体系)与二硝酰胺铵(ADN)之间的相互作用.结果表明,(NC/NG)/ADN体系中NG的分解峰由NC/NG中的207.0 ℃提前至159.8 ℃,在高压下该分解峰温提前至153.6 ℃.NC/ADN的分解峰温比NG/ADN提前了4.8 ℃,而且大部分的ADN没有被NG加速而提前分解,表明NC对ADN的作用比NG更强烈.此外,还用真空安定性试验(VST)评价了NC/NG与ADN的相容性,混合体系的净增放气量大于11 mL,属于严重不相容,证明在90 ℃下NC/NG与ADN之间也存在强烈的相互作用.

  2. 球形ADN的吸湿机理%Hygroscopic Mechanism of Spherical ADN

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    王婧娜; 胡岚; 张皋; 王克勇; 严蕊; 张婷

    2014-01-01

    用动态吸湿性分析法和扫描电镜研究了球形二硝酰胺铵(ADN)的吸湿过程和吸湿过程中ADN形貌的变化,探讨了ADN的吸湿机理.结果表明,ADN吸湿过程可分为平缓吸湿(Ⅰ),急剧增强吸湿(Ⅱ)和潮解(Ⅲ)三个阶段,Ⅰ、Ⅱ阶段是水蒸汽与ADN固体表面的作用,Ⅲ阶段是水蒸汽与ADN液化膜表面的作用.Ⅰ阶段吸湿过程为多分子层吸附,符合BET理论模型;该阶段水与ADN之间的作用力对ADN吸湿性能起主导作用;Ⅱ阶段吸湿机理可用毛细孔凝聚理论解释,影响该阶段ADN吸湿性能的主要因素是ADN表面的光滑程度.

  3. Centros Históricos: El auténtico ADN de las Ciudades

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    Antonio Sahady Villanueva

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    Full Text Available La ciudad no dejará de mutar mientras exista: se expande, se concentra, se densifica, se vacía. Pero es en el centro fundacional donde se pueden advertir los genes de su verdadera identidad. Aun cuando todos los centros históricos occidentales coinciden en ciertos rasgos arquitectónicos y urbanos, independiente de sus coordenadas geográficas, cada uno de ellos carga con un conjunto de huellas esenciales que los hace únicos e irreproducibles. Cierto es que todas las trazas primitivas de las ciudades latinoamericanas arrancan del patrón común que imponen los colonizadores, pero paulatinamente van derivando hacia modelos particulares que terminan por hacerlas perfectamente identificables unas de otras. Así, Quito es claramente diferente a La Habana y Bahía guarda una gran distancia con Lima. Santiago, por su parte, todavía preserva algunos de los atributos que, en su esplendor -a finales del siglo XIX-, otorgaron a su centro histórico algún grado de unidad. Hoy día las amenazas son múltiples, en tiempos en que la globalización procura sentar una marca anónima y universal. La misión de los profesionales responsables de modificar la ciudad –y de incidir en el centro histórico, por lo tanto- es defender sus vestigios originales, que son los que constituyen en definitiva, su verdadero ADN.

  4. 稳定剂对ADN和NC初期相互作用的影响%Influences of Stabilizers on the Nascent Interaction between ADN and NC

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    李吉祯; 王祎; 刘芳莉; 付小龙; 樊学忠; 张腊莹; 王琼

    2011-01-01

    在研究二硝酰胺铵(ADN)的热行为特性及其与硝化纤维素(NC)相互作用的基础上,利用差示扫描量热法(DSC)研究了稳定剂N-甲基对硝基苯胺(MNA)、二号中定剂(C2)、2-硝基二苯胺(2-NDPA)、六次甲基四胺(HMT)及其复配体系(MNA/C2、MNA/2-NDPA、MNA/HMT)对ADN与NC之间初期相互作用的影响.结果表明,稳定剂MNA和C2可使ADN与NC之间的相互作用得到一定程度的减弱,MNA与C2、2-NDPA和HMT的复配协同作用对ADN与NC之间的初期相互作用产生了较为明显的抑制作用,与NC/ADN二元混合体系相比,NC/(ADN/稳定剂)体系的DSC峰温提前量可由19.2℃缩减至11.9℃.%On the basis of the study of thermal behavior of ammonium dinitramide (ADN) and the interaction between ADN and NC, the influences of stabilizers, such as N-methyl-p-nitroaniline(MNA), 1,3-dimethyl-1,3-diphenylurea(C2 ) ,2-nitrodianiline(2-NDPA) ,hexamethylenetetramine(HMT) and its complex MNA/C2, MNA/2-NDPA and MNA/HMT, on the nascent interactions between ADN and NC were investigated by using the method of DSC.The results show that the interaction between ADN and NC can be decreased to a certain extent by mixing MNA and C2, and the nascent interaction between ADN and NC can be inhibited obviously by mixing the complex of MNA/C2, MNA/2-NDPA and MNA/HMT. Comparing the binary system of ADN/NC, the value of △Tp,which is the DSC exothermic peak temperature different between ADN/stabilizer and NC, can be decreased from 19. 2℃ to 11.9 ℃ by using the mixtures of stabilizers.

  5. HIV Prevention

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    ... PrEP PEP Living With HIV Opportunistic Infections Travel Abroad Treatment Basic Statistics Get Tested Find an HIV ... kill or neutralize viruses and bacteria. Researchers are studying both vaginal and rectal microbicides to see if ...

  6. Preparation and Performaces of ADN/Fe2O3 Nanocomposite Oxidant%ADN/Fe2O3纳米复合氧化剂的制备及性能

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    宋肯彭; 宋小兰; 张树海

    2011-01-01

    By using 1,2-epoxypropane as the agent for speeding up the hydrolyzation of Fe(Ⅲ) ions, AND/Fe2O3 composite wet gel was prepared by sol-gel method under a mild and nontoxic condition. Consequently, the AND/ Fe2O3 aerogel was obtained by means of supercritical CO2 fluid extraction. TEM,SEM,EDS,IR,DSC and sensitivity test were employed to characterize the appearance, structure, thermal behaviour and mechanical sensitivity of the samples. The results indicate that the as-prepared AND/Fe2O3 nanoparticles are about 50- 100 nm in diameter. As the decrease of the mass of AND,the nanocomposites become much insensitive to mechanical stimuli. Moreover,the AND/Fe2 O3 nanoparticles decomposes at lower temperature with the disappearance of melting endothermic peak.%采用溶胶-凝胶法,以1,2-环氧丙烷作为Fe(Ⅲ)离子的水解促进剂,在温和无毒的条件下制备了ADN/Fe2O3复合湿凝胶,再将复合湿凝胶进行超临界CO2萃取后,成功获得ADN/Fe2O3气凝胶.用TEM、SEM、EDS、IR DSC和感度试验对上述样品的形貌、结构、热行为和机械感度进行了表征.结果表明,制得的ADN/Fe2O3纳米复合氧化剂的粒径为50~10 nm,撞击感度和摩擦感度均随着其中ADN含量的减小而降低,分解放热峰较原料ADN有所提前,熔化吸热峰消失.

  7. Vías de reparación del ADN: nuevos blancos en la terapia contra el cáncer

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    José Díaz Chávez; Guadalupe Domínguez Gómez

    2010-01-01

    La quimiorresistencia y radiorresistencia de las células cancerosas son los principales obstáculos en el tratamiento y manejo del cáncer. Un importante mecanismo que permite el desarrollo de resistencia a la terapia es que las células cancerosas reconocen el daño al ADN inducido por agentes quimioterapéuticos y por la radiación ionizante y lo reparan mediante la activación de diversas vías de reparación de ADN. Por tanto, inhibidores de vías específicas de reparación del ADN podrían aumentar ...

  8. 汽车设计网络(ADN):标致-雪铁龙的新标志

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    蒋东镭

    2005-01-01

    标致-雪铁龙集团设计中心又被称为汽车设计网络(以下简称为ADN),集团认为这个名字在观念上符合了设计中心的本质——个完全致力于创新和汽车革新的场所。缩写的ADN在法语中拼为DNA,则表达了该集团要恢复标致和雪铁龙这两个品牌的传统特性的用意。

  9. Obtención de (Nanocilindros) de TiO2 dirigido por ADN mediante sol-gel

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    Humberto A. Monreal; Martínez Villafañe; José G. Chacón Nava; Daniel Glossman Mitnik; Carlos A. Martínez; Perla G. Casillas

    2005-01-01

    En este trabajo sintetizamos nanocilindros de dióxido de titanio de 30 a 400 nm por medio de ADN del plásmido pBR322 de 4,362 pares de bases y el uso de isopropóxido de titanio como precursor por medio del proceso sol-gel. Los geles resultantes fueron calcinados y los polvos caracterizados por medio de Microscopio Electrónico de Barrido (MEB), Espectroscopía de Energía Dispersiva, Microscopio Electrónico de Transmisión (MET) y Difracción de Rayos X. Los resultados muestran que ...

  10. Modelo general de codificación de rna en secuencias de adn y su aprendizaje basado en selección natural

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    Ortiz Triviño, Jorge Eduardo; Acosta Martin, Ernesto

    2010-01-01

    En este artículo se presenta un modelo de codificación de Redes Neuronales Artificiales basado en computación con ADN mediante el cual es posible diseñar una red que sea capaz de responder adecuadamente ante cualquier impulso en su entrada. Se hace uso de las operaciones de manipulación de cadenas genéticas que se emplean a nivel de laboratorio en la actualidad y trabajos previos en computación con ADN que permiten una futura implementación de ese esquema. Se propone también una técnica de ap...

  11. Extracción y tipificación de ADN a partir de piezas dentales de muestras arqueológicas de la prov. de Santa Cruz

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    Cristian M. Crespo; Dejean, Cristina Beatriz; Carnese, Francisco R.; Lanata, José Luis

    2009-01-01

    A partir de la década del ´90, en diversas investigaciones se logró obtener ADN a partir de piezas arqueológicas. Estos estudios paleogenéticos han ayudado a resolver diferentes interrogantes relacionados con modelos de poblamiento de distintas áreas: migraciones, movimientos poblacionales, patrones demográficos y estudios sobre la dieta de las poblaciones originarias. En el presente trabajo se logró extraer ADN a partir de piezas dentales de 3 individuos provenientes del Museo Regional Rosa ...

  12. Transformación de la aflatoxina B1 de alimentos, en el cancerígeno humano, aducto AFB1-ADN

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    Magda Carvajal

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    Las aflatoxinas (AF) son metabolitos secundarios tóxicos principalmente de los hongos Aspergillus flavus y A. parasiticus, son potentes mutágenos y cancerígenos de alimentos y la exposición del hombre a ellas es continuo. Las AF se ligan al ADN, ARN y proteínas formando aductos AFB1-ADN que se acumulan por años y dañan desde los virus hasta el hombre. Es importante identificar y cuantificar estos aductos como biomarcadores de largo tiempo de riesgo de enfermedad, ya que originan mutaciones y ...

  13. HIV Treatment: The Basics

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    HIV Treatment HIV Treatment: The Basics (Last updated 3/1/2016; last reviewed 3/1/2016) Key Points Antiretroviral therapy (ART) ... reduces the risk of HIV transmission . How do HIV medicines work? HIV attacks and destroys the infection- ...

  14. Interaction of ADN with nitrate oxidizer%ADN与硝胺氧化剂的相互作用

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    张腊莹; 刘子如; 衡淑云; 韩芳; 岳璞

    2007-01-01

    用高压差示扫描量热法(PDSC)和热重-微商热重法(TG-DTG),研究了高能氧化剂ADN(二硝酰胺铵)的热分解及其与HMX和RDX的相互作用.结果表明,ADN与HMX和RDX之间存在着强烈的相互作用.因部分HMX溶于熔融的ADN中,而参与了ADN组分的分解,ADN的放热分解峰温因压力升高而提高,而HMX产生了双分解峰.大量的RDX因ADN的熔融而提前液化与ADN一起分解,因ADN气相产物的抑制作用,使混合体系中RDX组分常压下的分解峰温后移,而RDX自身分解气相产物的催化作用,使其高压下的分解峰温前移.

  15. - Las vacunas de ADN: una promisoria medicina para el paciente veterinario (DNA vaccines: a promising medicine for the veterinary patient

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    Juan Carlos Díaz David

    2006-02-01

    Full Text Available Resumen. Las vacunas de ADN constituyen una promisoria herramienta en vacunología moderna. Al tratarse de una tecnología fácil de aplicar y de gran versatilidad, capaz de estimular una respuesta inmune humoral y celular, esenciales en la lucha contra infecciones virales, constituye una línea primordial de investigación y desarrollo. Esta revisión aborda las características de un vector de ADN y los mecanismos propuestos para la generación de la respuesta inmune mediante este tipo de vacunación. Igualmente, se discuten algunos regímenes de vacunación, ejemplos de respuestas inmunes protectoras obtenidas en especies de interés veterinario, y se hace referencia a las cuestiones de inocuidad inherentes a este tipo de vacuna. Abstract. DNA vaccines represent an invaluable tool in modern vaccinology. Besides being a simple versatile technology, capable of stimulating both cellular and humoral immune responses, it is also an essential weapon to fight against infections of viral etiology. This review emphasizes the characteristics of a DNA vaccine vector, as well as the proposed mechanisms responsible for the generation of a protective immune response. Furthermore, immunization regimes are discussed, examples of protective immune responses attained in target species of veterinary interest are given and reference is made to the safety concerns derived from this kind of vaccine.

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  18. Comparación de métodos de extracción de ADN en tejidos parafinados y utilidad para amplificación por PCR

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    Javier Alonso Baena Del Valle

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    Full Text Available ResumenLos tejidos fijados en formol e incluidos en parafina son una fuente de material para hallazgos moleculares en el ámbito clínico y científico, demostrándose que el ADN extraído de éstos,  es adecuado para amplificación a través de la reacción en cadena de la polimerasa (RCP. En este estudio, se ensayaron tres métodos de extracción de ADN en tejidos incluidos en parafina, con el objetivo de comparar la eficiencia de estos para obtener ADN adecuado, además se analizó su utilidad en amplificación por RCP. Se emplearon tres muestras, correspondientes a una biopsia de pulmón, legrado endometrial y ganglio linfático, todas fijadas en formaldehido al 10% e incluidas en parafina. Utilizándose tres métodos diferentes de extracción de ADN (extracción por salting out, método modificado de Sambrook y kit comercial El ADN obtenido se cuantificó por espectrofotometría, además se realizó electroforesis en gel de agarosa al 1%, para comprobar si el ADN era de buena calidad y se  realizó RCP para el exón 3 del gen caveolina 1. Todos los métodos dieron como resultado una buen producto de ADN genómico, observándose mayor cantidad y pureza en los métodos de salting out y kit comercial, asimismo se obtuvo amplificación del producto esperado por estos dos métodos, no hubo buenos resultados con el ADN extraído por el método modificado "Preparation of Genomic DNA from Mouse Tails y Other Small samples, según Sambrook”. El ADN obtenido a partir de tejidos FFIP puede ser amplificado por varios métodos, entre estos, la extracción por salting out es útil y con poca toxicidad,  permite obtener ADN de buena calidad para amplificación por RCP. Abstract Formalin-fixed and paraffin-embedded tissues are a source of important molecular findings in clinical and scientific, demonstrating that the DNA extracted from these is suitable for amplification by polymerase chain reaction (PCR. In this study, we tested three methods of

  19. Desarrollo y validación de nuevas metodologías para la caracterización de la interacción de ligandos con ADN. Estudio de la

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    García Hernández, Verónica

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    El diseño de compuestos con capacidad de unión a secuencias específicas de ADN tiene gran importancia en farmacología dado que existen numerosos fármacos que tienen el ADN como diana y cuya actividad terapéutica se basa en la afinidad y selectividad de su interacción con el mismo. Por otro lado, estos ligandos de bajo peso molecular con capacidad de unión a secuencias predeterminadas de ADN pueden ser herramientas de gran utilidad en biología molecular. Para comprender en ...

  20. Evaluación de dos métodos de extracción de ADN a partir de biopsias fijadas en formalina y embebidas en parafina en condiciones no optimas

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    Bravo Luis Eduardo; Pazos Moncayo Alvaro Jairo; Astudillo Miryam; Bustamante Javier Andres

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    Los tejidos de archivo son un material de incalculable valor para estudios retrospectivos que requieran la aplicación de análisis moleculares. Existen múltiples métodos de extracción de ADN a partir de este tipo de muestras. No obstante, la mayoría de m��todos toman mucho tiempo y los reactivos empleados contribuyen a la fragmentación del ADN. Con el objetivo de optimizar dos métodos de extracción de ADN a partir de tejidos embebidos en parafina en condiciones no optimas. Se seleccionaron 47 ...

  1. ADN-1184, a monoaminergic ligand with 5-HT6/7 receptor antagonist action, exhibits activity in animal models of anxiety.

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    Partyka, Anna; Wasik, Anna; Jastrzębska-Więsek, Magdalena; Mierzejewski, Paweł; Bieńkowski, Przemysław; Kołaczkowski, Marcin; Wesołowska, Anna

    2016-06-01

    Behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD) include apathy, sleep problems, irritability, wandering, elation, agitation/aggression, and mood disorders such as depression and/or anxiety. Elderly patients are usually treated with second-generation antipsychotics; however, they present not enough efficacy against all symptoms observed. Hence, there still is an unmet need for novel pharmacotherapeutic agents targeted BPSD. A novel arylsulfonamide derivative ADN-1184 has been developed that possesses a preclinical profile of activity corresponding to criteria required for treatment of both psychosis and depressive symptoms of BPSD without exacerbating cognitive impairment or inducing motor disturbances. To broaden its pharmacological efficacy toward anxiety symptoms, its anxiolytic properties have been examined in common animal preclinical models in rats and mice. ADN-1184 significantly increased the number of entries into open arms measured in the elevated plus-maze test; however, it simultaneously increased parameters of exploratory activity. In the Vogel conflict drinking test, ADN-1184 dose-dependently and significantly increased the number of shocks accepted and the number of licks. Moreover, in mice, it also had specific anxiolytic-like activity in the four-plate test, and only negligible one at a specific mid-range dose measured in the spontaneous marble burying test. The obtained findings reveal that ADN-1184 displays anxiolytic-like activity in animal models of anxiety which employed punished stimuli. In its unusual combination of some anxiolytic action with already proven antipsychotic and antidepressant properties, and lack of any disruptive impact on learning and memory processes and motor coordination, ADN-1184 displays a profile that would be desired for a novel therapeutic for BPSD. PMID:26979176

  2. VSV-G pseudotyping rescues HIV-1 CA mutations that impair core assembly or stability

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    Chaloin Laurent

    2008-07-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Background The machinery of early HIV-1 replication still remains to be elucidated. Recently the viral core was reported to persist in the infected cell cytoplasm as an assembled particle, giving rise to the reverse transcription complex responsible for the synthesis of proviral DNA and its transport to the nucleus. Numerous studies have demonstrated that reverse transcription of the HIV-1 genome into proviral DNA is tightly dependent upon proper assembly of the capsid (CA protein into mature cores that display appropriate stability. The functional impact of structural properties of the core in early replicative steps has yet to be determined. Results Here, we show that infectivity of HIV-1 mutants bearing S149A and S178A mutations in CA can be efficiently restored when pseudotyped with vesicular stomatitis virus envelope glycoprotein, that addresses the mutant cores through the endocytic pathway rather than by fusion at the plasma membrane. The mechanisms by which these mutations disrupt virus infectivity were investigated. S149A and S178A mutants were unable to complete reverse transcription and/or produce 2-LTR DNA. Morphological analysis of viral particles and in vitro uncoating assays of isolated cores demonstrated that infectivity defects resulted from disruption of the viral core assembly and stability for S149A and S178A mutants, respectively. Consistent with these results, both mutants failed to saturate TRIM-antiviral restriction activity. Conclusion Defects generated at the level of core assembly and stability by S149A and S178A mutations are sensitive to the way of delivery of viral nucleoprotein complexes into the target cell. Addressing CA mutants through the endocytic pathway may compensate for defects generated at the reverse transcription/nuclear import level subsequent to impairment of core assembly or stability.

  3. Détection d'adduits benzo[a]pyrène-ADN dans les cellules mononucléaires périphériques d'ouvriers de cokeries : corrélation à la capacité de fixation à l'ADN

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    Un des objectifs des enquetes d'epidemiologie moleculaire sur le risque de cancer du poumon est de caracteriser le role que jouent les facteurs d'hotes dans les evenements critiques menant a l'activation de cancerogenes qui, eux, peuvent provoquer des lesions a l'ADN humain.La formation d'adduits de l'ADN etant consideree comme un evenement critique de la tumorigenese, on estime que les variations interindividuelles (genetiquement determinees) de l'activation de cancerogenes sont un important...

  4. Secuencia parcial de un fragmento de ADN de patos silvestres homologo al Complejo Mayor de

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    González-Guzmán Sofía

    2009-04-01

    Full Text Available ResumenLa variación individual de la respuesta inmune esta ligada a ladiversidad funcional y estructural del MHC (por sus siglas en inglesMajor Histocompatibility Complex, TcR (Receptores de células T,inmunoglobulinas (anticuerpos, citoquininas, TNF (por sus siglas eningles Tumor Necrosis Factor, entre otras proteínas. Estas proteínasestán codificadas por múltiples y polimórficos genes, la variabilidad de estos genes constituyen las principales bases, en las variaciones de la resistencia a determinada enfermedad o enfermedades. Estascaracterísticas se han documentado en la gallina doméstica, pero no enel pato. En el presente trabajo se amplifico por PCR un fragmento denucleótidos de ADN genómico de pato doméstico que compartió un100% de similitud con un fragmento del MHC clase II de pollo, quecorrespondió a una secuencia similar a DAB1 (Disabled 1.La secuencia DAB1 también fue amplificada en nueve especies de patos silvestres del género Anas que posterior a un análisis por el polimorfismo del largo de los fragmentos de restricción (PLFR con las enzimas RsaI, BsrI y HindIII, se observó que la especie Anas americana,Anas platyrhynchos diazi y Anas platyrhynchos domesticus fueronsutilmente diferentes a la especie Anas discors, Anas crecca, Anascyanoptera, Anas acuta, Anas streptera y Anas clypeata. Hasta dondesabemos, este es el primer reporte que indica la presencia desecuencias similares a DAB1 en patos silvestres. Este estudio podríaayudar a entender porque los patos podrían ser menos susceptibles apresentar neoplasias que en las gallinas.SummaryThe individual response of the immune system is linked to the functional and structural diversity of the MHC (Major Histocompatibility Complex, TcR (T cell receptor, inmunoglobulines (antibodies, citokines, TNF (Tumor Necrosis Factor, among other proteins. These proteins are coded for multiple and polymorphic genes, the variability of these genes constitutes the main bases, in the

  5. Metilación del ADN en posiciones individuales del genoma humano dentro de contextos epigenéticos regionales

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    Barrera Burgos, Víctor

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    La metilación del ADN es una de las modificaciones epigenéticas más estudiadas y cuyo mecanismo de acción es más conocido. Consiste en la transferencia enzimática de un grupo metilo a la posición 5' de la citosina. Resulta la principal modificación epigenética en mamíferos, donde se encuentra restringida principalmente a la citosina del dinucleótido CpG, y está relacionada con el silenciamiento transcripcional. Tiene un papel clave en la regulación epigenética y por tanto, su análisis es de g...

  6. 氨基甲酸乙酯法合成ADN%Synthesis of Ammonium Dinitramide from Ethyl Carbamate

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    王伯周; 刘愆; 张志忠; 廉鹏; 朱春华

    2005-01-01

    以氨基甲酸乙酯为起始原料,经硝硫混酸硝化合成中间体N-硝基氨基甲酸乙酯的铵盐,然后用N2O5为二次硝化剂,硝化、氨解得到二硝酰胺铵(ADN),粗品收率为72%,精制后熔点为90~92℃.采用元素分析、红外光谱及紫外光谱鉴定了ADN的结构,并对二次硝化反应的主要影响因素料比、反应温度、反应介质、反应时间等进行了探讨,确定了最佳合成条件.

  7. El ADN de la marca. La concepción de sus valores intangibles en un contexto dialogado

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    Full Text Available Aún hoy, en plena sociedad del conocimiento, se tienen límites conceptuales en relación con aspectos tan fundamentales como la identidad, la imagen y la reputación de marca. Incluso donde mayores dificultades se presentan es en las posibilidades de evaluación y medición de cada uno de estos conceptos ligados con la reputación empresarial. Así, la marca, como el elemento fundamental de las empresas del presente siglo, se ve obligada a indagar nuevas formas de interpretar sus acciones estratégicas, con el único objetivo de continuar conformando la estructura de la marca, el ADN que la diferencia y que le permite contrastar sus resultados a partir de evaluaciones y mediciones fiables, en un contexto donde la transparencia, ante el alud de comunicación, se plantea casi como una exigencia.

  8. Synthèse en série bipyridine. Etude de l'interaction avec l'ADN

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    2006-01-01

    Nous avons développé la synthèse d'hétérocycles indoliziniques fonctionnalisés par un cation pyridinium et étudié leur interaction avec L'ADN. L'étape-clé pour accéder aux indolizines est la cycloaddition [3+2]-dipolaire des ylures dérivés des sels quaternaires de la 4,4'-bipyridine avec des dipolarophiles. La synthèse a été effectuée par la voie classique (chauffage en solvant) et par irradiation avec des micro-ondes (“chimie verte”). Nous avons étudié les propriétés acido-basiques des sels ...

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    ... A Patient / Caregiver Diseases & Conditions HIV & Rheumatic Diseases HIV and Rheumatic Disease Fast Facts Rheumatic diseases related ... knows he or she has HIV. What are HIV-associated rheumatic diseases? Some diseases of the joints ...

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  15. Modulación de la interacción de péptidos derivados de factores de transcripción con secuencias específicas de ADN

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    Mosquera Mosquera, Jesús

    2015-01-01

    En esta tesis doctoral se han estudiado diversas aproximaciones para lograr emular las propiedades de unión al ADN de los factores de transcripción naturales. el trabajo se divide en cuatro capítulos.

  16. Evaluación in vitro de la eficiencia de reparación de daños en el ADN en personas consumidoras de drogas psicoactivas en el suroccidente colombiano

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    Full Text Available El fenotipo mutador está asociado con deficiencias en la reparación de daños en el ADN. La exposición crónica a drogas psicoactivas puede interferir con la eficiencia en la reparación de daños en el ADN. La prueba de challenger (citogenética permite evaluar la eficiencia de reparación de daños en el ADN in vitro e in vivo mediante el registro de aberraciones cromosómicas (AC inducidas por un agente mutagénico conocido, con la mitomicina C (MMC. El objetivo del estudio fue evaluar la eficiencia de reparación de daños en el ADN por el incremento de aberraciones cromosómicas en linfocitos (in vitro de personas consumidoras de drogas psicoactivas.

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    HIV testing; HIV screening; HIV screening test; HIV confirmatory test ... A positive result on a screening test does not confirm that the person has HIV infection. More tests are needed to confirm HIV infection. A negative test ...

  19. HIV among Women

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    ... VIH En Español Get Tested Find an HIV testing site near you. Enter ZIP code or city Follow HIV/AIDS CDC HIV CDC HIV/AIDS See RSS | ... Email Updates on HIV Syndicated Content Website Feedback HIV Among Women Language: English Español (Spanish) Format: Select ...

  20. Modélisation multi-échelle de l’ADN, de la double-hélice à la chromatine

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    De Meyer, Sam

    2012-01-01

    Dans le noyau des cellules eucaryotes, l’ADN s’enroule autour d’histones pour former des nucléosomes, lesquels s’arrangent à leur tour en une fibre compacte et dynamique appelée chromatine. Les propriétés physiques de cette fibre aux différentes échelles, depuis la double-hélice de l’ADN jusqu’aux chromosomes micrométriques, sont essentielles aux mécanismes complexes de l’expression des gènes et sa régulation. La présente thèse est une contribution audéveloppement de modèles physiques capable...

  1. ADN无机法合成及分离纯化研究%Inorganic Synthesis of ADN and Its Separation and Purification

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    刘愆; 王伯周; 张海昊; 廉鹏; 王锡杰; 贾思媛

    2006-01-01

    以氨基磺酸为起始原料,经氢氧化钾中和获得氨基磺酸钾,然后用硝硫混酸低温硝化、氨气中和合成了二硝酰胺铵盐(ADN),初步探索了硝化反应温度对收率的影响.采用活性炭吸附的方法对ADN进行了有效的分离纯化,对活性炭用量、洗脱速度、洗脱终点、解吸方式等进行了研究,获得纯度为99.8%的ADN.

  2. 混酸法合成ADN的分离纯化工艺研究%Separation and Purification of ADN Synthesized by Mixed Acid Method

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    刘海洲; 许华新; 李宁; 王学敏; 陈金中

    2009-01-01

    二硝酰胺铵(ADN)是一种高能高燃速和不含氯元素的新型氧化剂,混酸法合成ADN时会生成大量的无机盐副产物,采用活性炭吸附的方法可以对ADN进行有效的分离纯化.对活性炭的种类、吸附溶剂的种类、解吸溶剂的利类、吸附浓度、吸附方式进行了研究,并确定了较佳的工艺条件,制备了质最分数达99.5%以上的ADN.

  3. 聚氨酯黏合剂包覆球形ADN的性能研究%Properties of Prilled Ammonium Dinitramide (ADN)Coated by Polyurethane Binders

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    胥会祥; 廖林泉; 刘愆; 李勇宏; 冉秀伦; 赵凤起

    2008-01-01

    为降低球形二硝酰胺铵(ADN)的吸湿性,采用聚氨酯黏合剂对其进行包覆.用扫描电镜(SEM)和称重法分析了包覆后ADN的表面形貌和吸湿性,结果表明,聚氨酯黏合剂在ADN表面形成絮状的包覆膜,使包覆后ADN的吸湿率明显小于包覆前ADN,在相对湿度60%以下,包覆后ADN在空气中暴露30天时吸湿率仅0.136%,吸湿率不随时间增加.热分析和机械感度测试表明,聚氨酯黏合剂对ADN的熔点、分解峰温、分解热焓的影响较小,但使ADN的机械感度增加,包覆前后ADN的摩擦感度分别为30%和60%,撞击感度(H50)分别为30.5 cm和27.8 cm.

  4. Diversidad genética de poblaciones de ajo (Allium sativum L. cultivadas en Guatemala, definida por marcadores de ADN

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    Fredy Uber Rosales-Longo

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    Full Text Available Diversidad genética de las poblaciones de ajo (Allium sativum L. cultivadas en Gua temala, definida por mar cado res de ADN. En Guatemala es escasa la in for ma ción sobre la diversidad genética de ajo. Los objetivos del estudio fueron: incidir en el mejoramiento de Allium sativum, so bre la base del conocimiento de su variabilidad genética, así mismo, establecer una colección in vi tro de la co lec ción de las poblaciones cultivadas en Guatemala. Los experimentos fueron realizados entre octubre de 2005 y marzo de 2006. La determinación de las variaciones de ADN se realizaron me dian te la téc ni ca de AFLP™. La información se analiza por medio de análisis de componentes principales, análisis de coordenadas principales y análisis de conglomerados. Mediante la inspección de los pro duc tos de AFLP™ y análi sis estadísticos, se detectó una alta variabilidad genética entre los materiales vegetales colectados. Las muestras clasificadas co mo del ti po “Chi leno”, correspondieron a los tipos “Criollo”. Nueve bien diferenciados grupos genéticos se conformaron en un dendrograma y se con fir mó que la diversidad genética descubierta es una función del lugar don de se cul ti van las po bla cio nes de ajo. Se identificó una mayor diversidad genética entre las mues tras de ajo del ti po “Crio llo” que las que se tienen en tre los ma te ria les del ti po “Chileno”, como producto de la mayor dispersión espacial de los primeros. Los materiales genéticos de ajo se encuentran actualmente preservados en un Banco de Germoplasma in vi tro en la Uni dad de Bio tec no lo gía del IC TA.

  5. Discovery of Novel Small-Molecule HIV-1 Replication Inhibitors That Stabilize Capsid Complexes

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    Titolo, Steve; Lemke, Christopher T.; Goudreau, Nathalie; Mercier, Jean-François; Wardrop, Elizabeth; Shah, Vaibhav B.; von Schwedler, Uta K.; Langelier, Charles; Banik, Soma S. R.; Aiken, Christopher; Sundquist, Wesley I.

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    The identification of novel antiretroviral agents is required to provide alternative treatment options for HIV-1-infected patients. The screening of a phenotypic cell-based viral replication assay led to the identification of a novel class of 4,5-dihydro-1H-pyrrolo[3,4-c]pyrazol-6-one (pyrrolopyrazolone) HIV-1 inhibitors, exemplified by two compounds: BI-1 and BI-2. These compounds inhibited early postentry stages of viral replication at a step(s) following reverse transcription but prior to 2 long terminal repeat (2-LTR) circle formation, suggesting that they may block nuclear targeting of the preintegration complex. Selection of viruses resistant to BI-2 revealed that substitutions at residues A105 and T107 within the capsid (CA) amino-terminal domain (CANTD) conferred high-level resistance to both compounds, implicating CA as the antiviral target. Direct binding of BI-1 and/or BI-2 to CANTD was demonstrated using isothermal titration calorimetry and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) chemical shift titration analyses. A high-resolution crystal structure of the BI-1:CANTD complex revealed that the inhibitor bound within a recently identified inhibitor binding pocket (CANTD site 2) between CA helices 4, 5, and 7, on the surface of the CANTD, that also corresponds to the binding site for the host factor CPSF-6. The functional consequences of BI-1 and BI-2 binding differ from previously characterized inhibitors that bind the same site since the BI compounds did not inhibit reverse transcription but stabilized preassembled CA complexes. Hence, this new class of antiviral compounds binds CA and may inhibit viral replication by stabilizing the viral capsid. PMID:23817385

  6. Estandarización de un protocolo sencillo para la extracción de ADN genómico de levaduras

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    2009-10-01

    Full Text Available Standardising a simple protocol for extracting yeast from genomic DNA Resumen: Se estandarizó un protocolo rápido, sencillo y de bajo costo para la extracción de ADN genómico de levaduras a partir de lisis de la pared celular mediante tratamiento enzimático y precipitación por alcoholes. El empleo de la enzima Beta-glucoronidasa en reemplazo de la enzima Zimolasa, permitió obtener ADN en alta concentración (124,9±30,2 ng/μl y de buena calidad (A260/A280 nm =1,86±0,1, ideal para su uso en estudios de biología molecular. Además, se adicionó un paso de incubación del ADN obtenido a 100° C para inactivar ADNasas. La calidad del ADN obtenido fue evaluada por medio de la amplificación de la región ITS1-5.8S-ITS2, presentando bandas definidas y cuantificables (entre 380 y 880 pb ideales para estudios de identificación molecular y filogenia.Palabras clave: levadura; extracción de ADN; Beta-Glucoronidasa. Abstract: A quick, simple and low-cost protocol for extracting genomic DNA from yeast by cell wall lysis involving enzymatic treatment and alcoholic precipitation was standardised. Higher DNA yields (124.9±30.2 ng/μl were obtained by using beta-glucuronidase instead of zymolyase; these had very high quality (A260/A280 nm = 1.86±0.1 and would be suitable for use in molecular biology assays. Moreover, a DNAse inactivation step was also introduced by incubation at 100 °C to further ensure DNA stability. DNA quality was assayed by PCR amplification of the ITS1-5.8S-ITS2 region, revealing defined, quantifiable 380 to 880 bp bands. These results show that the protocol is ideal for molecular identification and phylogenetic studies.Key words: Yeast; DNA extraction; beta-glucoronidase.

  7. HIV Life Cycle

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  11. Hygroscopicity of ADN with Dynamic Method%动态法研究ADN的吸湿性能

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    王婧娜; 张皋; 严蕊; 胡岚; 张婷

    2012-01-01

    针对二硝酰胺铵(ADN)的强吸湿性及吸湿性研究的迫切性,建立了动态分析的新方法.采用快速分析方法研究了ADN的吸湿性能,得出了ADN的吸湿过程曲线、临界相对湿度、吸湿速率曲线.比较动态分析方法与干燥器平衡法(标准方法GJB7708 -2005 -404.1)结果,认为两种方法准确度等效.动态分析方法的相对标准偏差为1.45%.%Aim at the strong hygroscopicity of ammonium dinitramid( AND)and the necessity of the hygroscopicity investigation,a new dynamic analytical method was estabilished. The hygroscopicity of AND was studied by a rapid analytical method. The curves describing the hygroscopic process, hygroscopic speed and critical relative humidity were obtained. Compared to airer equity method, the dynamic method showed an equivalent result to the standardization method GJB770B -2005 -404. 1 in accuracy. The relative standard deviation of the dynamic analytical method was 1.45%.

  12. El entramado filiatorio y el ADN: Análisis de las competencias profesionales del psicólogo

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    Full Text Available El presente trabajo se propone evaluar el grado de conocimiento que tienen los profesionales psicólogos en el ámbito de dos situaciones filiatorias controvertidas: casos de restitución de identidad vs casos de niños concebidos por tecnologías de reproducción humana asistida (TRHA, estableciendo como eje vertebrador al ADN y sus múltiples significaciones. ¿Ofrece la formación de grado los contenidos apropiados para desarrollar el quehacer profesional a la luz de las nuevas demandas sociales y tecno-científicas? Se presenta el análisis de los datos cuali-cuantitativos obtenidos a partir de una muestra conformada por 76 entrevistas realizadas a profesionales psicólogos, de ambos sexos, cuya edad oscila entre los 23 y los 70 años, de los cuales el 86 % han sido formados con el mismo plan de estudios de la Facultad de Psicología de la Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina. En las conclusiones se destaca la falta de ajuste existente entre las nuevas necesidades sociales y la capacitación que los graduados reciben en el caso particular de la República Argentina.

  13. 热分析法研究ADN与推进剂组分的相互作用及相容性%Interaction and compatibility of ADN with compositions of propellant by thermal analysis method

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    张伟; 邵重斌; 刘芳莉; 樊学忠; 谢五喜; 庞维强; 闫宁; 刘小刚; 刘春; 姬月萍

    2014-01-01

    The interaction and compatibility of ADN with various main compositions of propellant, including binders, curing a-gents, plasticizers and energetic fillers, were investigated by means of PDSC.Results show that Tp(decomposition temperature) of ADN-PEG,-TDI and -HDI dual mixing system is 16.3~26.9℃ lower than Tp of ADN.The interactions between them are dangerous and ADN is incompatible with PEG, TDI and HDI;Tp of ADN-NG/BTTN,-TEGDN,-Bu-NENA and-HMX dual mixing system is 0.5~7.5 ℃ higher than Tp of ADN and 5.9~14.4℃ lower than those of corresponding compositions(NG/BTTN, TEGDN, Bu-NE-NA and HMX), thus the interactions between them are sensitive;ΔTp(difference of decomposition temperature) of ADN-GAP, -PBT,-PET,-IPDI,-N-100,-NG,-TMETN,-BDNPA-F and -Al dual mixing system with the corresponding compositions is less than 2 ℃, and ADN is found to be compatible with compositions mentioned above.%用高压差示扫描量热法( PDSC),研究了ADN(二硝酰胺铵)与推进剂的粘合剂、固化剂、增塑剂和高能填料的相互作用及相容性。结果表明,ADN与PEG、TDI和HDI二元混合物的分解温度比ADN的分解峰温低16.3~26.9℃,混合体系相互作用危险,相容性差;ADN与NG-BTTN、TEGDN、Bu-NENA和HMX二元混合物的分解温度略高于ADN的分解峰温0.5~7.5℃,对应混合物的分解温度比NG-BTTN、TEGDN、Bu-NENA和HMX的分解温度低5.9~14.4℃,混合体系的相互作用较为敏感;ADN与GAP、PBT、PET、IPDI、N-100、NG、TMETN、BDNPA-F和Al二元混合物的分解温度与各单组分分解温度差小于2℃,上述组分相容。

  14. Evaluación de dos métodos de extracción de ADN a partir de biopsias fijadas en formalina y embebidas en parafina en condiciones no optimas

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    Bravo Luis Eduardo

    2011-08-01

    Full Text Available Los tejidos de archivo son un material de incalculable valor para estudios retrospectivos que requieran la aplicación de análisis moleculares. Existen múltiples métodos de extracción de ADN a partir de este tipo de muestras. No obstante, la mayoría de m��todos toman mucho tiempo y los reactivos empleados contribuyen a la fragmentación del ADN. Con el objetivo de optimizar dos métodos de extracción de ADN a partir de tejidos embebidos en parafina en condiciones no optimas. Se seleccionaron 47 bloques en parafina que contenían biopsias de pleura, pulmón y pericardio correspondientes a 24 pacientes (66,66%hombres mayores de 18 años, con inflamación granulomatosa crónica, remitidos al Departamento de Patología del Hospital Universitario del Valle entre 2002-2007. A cada muestra se le realizaron 10 cortes y se sometieron a dos métodos de extracción de ADN: 1.Convencional y 2.QIAamp-DNA mini kit®. La eficiencia del ADN fue valorada por espectrofotometría y amplificación del gen GAPDH. La concentración de ADN de las muestras extraídas por el método convencional fue de 65.52ng/µl ±11.47 (promedio±EE y la relación 260/280 vario entre 0.52 y 2.30. De las muestras extraídas por el método comercial, la concentración media de ADN fue 60.89ng/µl±6.02, con una absorbancia que oscilo entre 0 y 2.64. El ADN obtenido fue sometido a PCR, de 47 muestras extraídas por ambos métodos, 25 y 23 respectivamente amplificarón exitosamente el gen GAPDH. Los métodos usados para la obtención de ADN presentaron un desempeño similar, revelando así su potencial utilidad en estudios retrospectivos a partir de biopsias embebidas en parafina en condiciones inadecuadas.

  15. How HIV Causes AIDS

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  16. HIV and Immunizations

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    HIV Treatment HIV and Immunizations (Last updated 3/1/2016; last reviewed 3/1/2016) Key Points Vaccines are products that ... a disease outbreak. Is there a vaccine against HIV? Testing is underway on experimental vaccines to prevent ...

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  1. Psychotropic prescribing in HIV

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    Reid, E; Orrell, C.; K Stoloff; Joska, J.

    2012-01-01

    Psychiatric disorders frequently co-occur with HIV, as preceding conditions or consequent to HIV infection. This potentially compromises HIV diagnosis and antiretroviral (ARV) treatment adherence. We provide a brief guide to the diagnosis and treatment of common mental disorders in people living with HIV/AIDS, including: prescribing psychotropics in HIV; neuropsychiatric side-effects of ARVs and other medications commonly prescribed in HIV; and the diagnosis and treatment of depression, anxie...

  2. Diseño y síntesis de metalopéptidos y su aplicación como agentes de unión al ADN

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    Rama Martínez, Gustavo

    2014-01-01

    Uno de los campos más activos en Química Biológica y en Química Médica es el desarrollo de moléculas con utilidad terapéutica, incluyendo las que tienen el ADN como diana. El descubrimiento del origen genético de múltiples enfermedades, así como la influencia del genotipo en la respuesta a medicamentos, hace que la detección de secuencias específicas del ADN tenga un enorme potencial diagnóstico y clínico. Entre los agentes clásicos de reconocimiento específico del ADN desta...

  3. Structure par RMN d'un complexe AlcR(1-60)-ADN: Reconnaissance du petit sillon par la partie N-terminale

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    Cahuzac, B.; Félenbok, B.; Guittet, E.

    1999-10-01

    Aspergillus nidulans is a filamentous fungus able to use ethanol as sole energy source. The activation of the ethanol regulon genes expression is mediated by the AlcR protein. Its DNA-binding domain is located in the N-terminus (residues 1 to 60), and its NMR solution structure shows a global zinc binuclear cluster fold, with two helices in addition to the basic binuclear motif. A small number of crystallographic structures of DNA complexes of binuclear cluster proteins is yet known, and points out the major groove and the first helix as the principal sites of interaction on the DNA and the protein respectively. In this article we show evidences that the N-terminus of the protein is involved in binding to the minor groove. Aspergillus nidulans est un champignon filamenteux capable d'utiliser l'éthanol comme source unique d'énergie. La protéine AlcR est responsable de l'activation de l'expression des gènes du régulon éthanol. Le domaine de liaison à l'ADN est situé dans la partie N-terminale de la protéine (a.a. 1 à 60), et sa structure déterminée par RMN en solution montre un repliement global en bouquet binucléaire à zinc, avec deux hélices supplémentaires par rapport au motif de base. Alors que les structures déjà connues de complexes ADN - bouquets binucléaires permettent de situer dans le grand sillon la quasi-totalité des interactions, nous montrons dans la présente étude l'implication du début de la séquence dans la reconnaissance du petit sillon de l'ADN (a.a. 5 et 6).

  4. Papel de los polimorfismos genéticos para enzimas de reparación en el daño en el ADN inducido por el estireno y estireno-7,8-óxido

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    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available La respuesta individual al daño en el ADN inducido por agentes xenobióticos está condicionada por la eficacia de los sistemas de reparación. Algunos de los polimorfismos genéticos descritos en las enzimas de reparación del ADN pueden afectar a su función, determinando una variación en la susceptibilidad ante la exposición a agentes ambientales. El objetivo de este estudio ha consistido en investigar si las variantes alélicas más frecuentes de las enzimas de reparación XRCC1 (Arg194Trp y Arg399Gln, XRCC3 (Thr241Met o APE1 (Asp148Glu pueden condicionar el daño en el ADN inducido por el estireno y su principal metabolito, el estireno-7,8-óxido (EO. Leucocitos periféricos de 30 voluntarios sanos se trataron con estireno o EO, y el daño en el ADN inducido se evaluó mediante el ensayo del cometa. Tras el tratamiento con estireno, los individuos portadores de los alelos XRCC1 399Gln y XRCC3 241Met mostraron mayor nivel de roturas en el ADN, sugiriendo menor eficacia de los sistemas de reparación. Por el contrario, los portadores del alelo APE1 148Glu mostraron daño en el ADN significativamente menor que los individuos 148 Asp/Asp. Sin embargo, no se obtuvo ningún efecto significativo en las células expuestas a EO, debido probablemente a que el daño inducido es inicialmente mayor, y no permite que se pongan de manifiesto pequeñas diferencias en la eficacia de reparación de los genotipos analizados

  5. Combustion Properties of PGN/ADN Propellants%PGN/ADN推进剂的燃烧性能

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    尚冬琴; 黄洪勇

    2010-01-01

    采用靶线法在3.0~15.0 MPa压强范围内,研究了固含量、铝粉含量、二硝酰胺铵(ADN)的粒径及含量、燃速调节剂及热稳定剂对PGN/ADN推进剂燃烧性能的影响.结果表明,ADN的粒径(<450 μm,450~900 μm)和含量(0%~30%)增加时,PGN/ADN推进剂的燃速和压强指数均适当增加; 改变Al粉含量,PGN/ADN推进剂的燃速和压强指数均无明显变化; 添加适量(0.5%)燃速调节剂Fe2O3可增加推进剂的燃速并降低压强指数,添加适量(0.5%)燃速调节剂草酰胺可有效降低压强指数. 添加适量稳定剂(1%)2-硝基二苯胺(2-DNPA)和N-甲基-4-硝基苯胺(MNA)可以使推进剂的压强指数分别由0.49降低到0.34和0.40.

  6. Protocolo de extracción de ADN en lotes de 10 mosquitos para la identificación de Plasmodium spp. mediante qPCR

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    A. Pérez Rico; J. Lacasa Navarro; J.M. Rubio Muñoz; S. Ruiz Contreras; J.L. Vega Pla

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    Las tropas que despliegan en zonas de operaciones endémicas de malaria, necesitan de una información precisa del riesgo sanitario para la toma de decisiones acerca de las medidas de prevención más adecuadas. El estado de portador de un mosquito se determina clásicamente por la presencia o ausencia de esporozoitos de Plasmodium spp. en las glándulas salivales. Los protocolos basados en la amplificación del ADN en tiempo real (qPCR) son muy sensibles, sin embargo existen dificultades en la qPCR...

  7. Evaluación de cuatro métodos de extracción del ADN de Histoplasmacapsulatum y su uso en reacciones de PCR

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    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available Histoplasmacapsulatum es un hongo endémico de Cuba y el agente causal de la histoplasmosis. Esta micosis se presenta en forma de brotes epidémicos, afecta a las personas, independiente de su estado inmunológico. Su diagnóstico se realiza mediante técnicas microbiológicas, serológicas e histológicas que tienen una sensibilidad moderada y son demoradas. Por lo que se hace necesario la estandarización de métodos moleculares rápidos y eficientes para el diagnóstico de esta micosis. Se evaluaron cuatro métodos de extracción del ADN (enzimático, mecánico y dos químicos: tiocianato de guanidinio y Tritón X-100 a partir de una cepa de H. capsulatum en fase filamentosa. Se determinó la concentración, la pureza, el rendimiento y la integridad del ADN mediante espectrofotometría y electroforesis en gel de agarosa. Se evaluaron dos técnicas de PCR con el ADN obtenido, con cebadores específicos de especie y otro con un cebador arbitrario. Los mejores resultados de concentración, pureza, rendimiento e integridad se obtuvieron con el método de extracción enzimático. Se logró la estandarización de las PCR con cebadores específicos, confirmándose así las 16 cepas estudiadas como H. capsulatum. Con el cebador arbitrario se amplificaron secuencias diferentes en las cepas ensayadas. Se demostró que el método de extracción enzimática brindó un ADN de buena calidad para su utilización en PCR. Este trabajo facilita el diagnóstico rápido y confiable de H. capsulatum en Cuba y brinda la posibilidad de identificar cepas con estructuras relacionadas genéticamente con los marcadores de patogenicidad y la virulencia, útiles para conformar un inmunógenovacunal.

  8. 二硝酰胺铵(ADN)的燃烧特性研究进展%Combustion characteristics and mechanisms of ammonium dinitramide

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    杨荣杰

    2003-01-01

    综述了国外二硝酰胺铵(ADN)燃烧特性和燃烧机理研究的进展,包括ADN及其复合推进剂的燃烧特点,燃速-压力依赖关系,燃烧波温度分布特征,初始分解机理,低压下燃烧暗区形成的机理和存在燃速不稳定压力区的原因分析.此外,对暗区形成的机理进行了讨论.

  9. ESTANDARIZACIÓN DE LA EXTRACCIÓN DE ADN Y VALIDACIÓN DE LA PCR MÚLTIPLE PARA DETECTAR Listeria monocytogenes EN QUESO, LECHE, CARNE DE RES Y POLLO

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    Mercado, M; K. Torres; S. Sierra; M. Burbano; R. Poutou; A. K. Carrascal

    2005-01-01

    Este trabajo validó la técnica de PCR para la detección de L. monocytogenes a partir de ADN de cultivos puros y en muestras de leches crudas, quesos frescos, carne de res y carne de pollo. En DNA de cultivos puros la sensibilidad, la especificidad y la reproducibilidad encontrada fue de 100%, 101UFC/ml y K=1,respectivamente. Para la extracción del ADN de los alimentos se emplearon dos métodos, el primero, basado en la precipitación alcohólica en presencia de NaI, lo que redujo en gran medida ...

  10. Modelo matemático que describe la migración del ADN lineal en las minicámaras de Electroforesis de Campos Alternantes Transversales del Sistema Guefast06®

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    Yainelis Garrido-Nico; Lilia López-Cánovas; Evelio González-Dalma; David Higginson-Clark; Karen León-Arcia; Ana María Riverón-Rojas

    2014-01-01

    En la actualidad no existen ecuaciones que describan la migra ción de moléculas de ADN lineal en las minicámaras de Electroforesis de Campos Alternantes Transversales (TAFE). El diseño y predicción de las condiciones experimentales en este sistema se realiza de manera empírica, lo cual es ineficiente, y ocasiona pérd ida de tiempo y reactivos. Las ecuaciones de la migración del ADN lineal en el sistema de Electroforesis de Campos Eléctricos Homogéneos en un Contorno Fijo (CHEF), no son aplica...

  11. National HIV Testing Day

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    2011-06-09

    Dr. Kevin A. Fenton, Director of CDC's National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention, discusses National HIV Testing Day, an annual observance which raises awareness of the importance of knowing one's HIV status and encourages at-risk individuals to get an HIV test.  Created: 6/9/2011 by National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP).   Date Released: 6/9/2011.

  12. Eliminating Perinatal HIV Transmission

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    2012-11-26

    In this podcast, CDC’s Dr. Steve Nesheim discusses perinatal HIV transmission, including the importance of preventing HIV among women, preconception care, and timely HIV testing of the mother. Dr. Nesheim also introduces the revised curriculum Eliminating Perinatal HIV Transmission intended for faculty of OB/GYN and pediatric residents and nurse midwifery students.  Created: 11/26/2012 by Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention.   Date Released: 11/26/2012.

  13. Side Effects of HIV Medicines: HIV and Lactic Acidosis

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    ... HIV medicines. All HIV medicines in the nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NRTI) drug class may cause lactic acidosis, but ... some HIV medicines. HIV medicines in the nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NRTI) drug class can cause the body to ...

  14. Doctors Report Groundbreaking HIV-To-HIV Organ Transplants

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    ... html Doctors Report Groundbreaking HIV-to-HIV Organ Transplants One donor supplied a kidney to one patient ... 30, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- Trailblazing liver and kidney transplants from an HIV-positive donor to HIV-positive ...

  15. HIV / AIDS: An Unequal Burden

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    Skip Navigation Bar Home Current Issue Past Issues HIV / AIDS HIV / AIDS: An Unequal Burden Past Issues / Summer 2009 ... high-risk category, emphasizes Dr. Cargill. Photo: iStock HIV and Pregnancy Are there ways to help HIV- ...

  16. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... transmitting HIV/AIDS or other infectious diseases. Research Reports: HIV/AIDS : Explores the link between drug abuse ... access to the latest, federally approved HIV/AIDS medical practice guidelines, HIV treatment and prevention clinical trials, ...

  18. Revisión sobre la genética del origen del ganado vacuno y las aportaciones del ADN antiguo

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    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Actualmente el ganado vacuno es la especie doméstica económicamente más importante de todas las que explota el hombre. Por este motivo este trabajo hace un repaso de los estudios que se han llevado a cabo sobre la aparación del ganado doméstico, teniendo en cuenta las evidencias aruqeológicas y genéticas. Durante las dos últimas décadas el análisis del ADN mitocondrial se ha mostrado como una herramienta muy útil para profundizar en los focos de origen, migración y posibles eventos independientes de domesticación, tanto del ganado taurino como del ganado cebú. Se ofrece una revisión de los estudios que se han centrado en el desarrollo de los linajes maternos del ganado doméstico, analizando ADN mitocondrial de individuos modernos y de restos antiguos de diferentes cronologías. Además, exponemos los resultados complementarios obtenidos a partir del análisis del cromosoma Y extraído de muestras antiguas.

  19. ADN及其混合物燃烧性能的理论计算%THEORETIC CALCULATION OF THE BURNING RATE CHARACTERISTICS OF ADN AND ITS MIXTRUES

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    杨栋; 宋洪昌; 赵凤起; 李上文

    1998-01-01

    分析了新型含能材料二硝酰胺铵(ADN)的热分解特性和燃烧特性,提出ADN燃烧初期热分解反应的假说,建立了由化学结构特征计算ADN及其混合物燃速公式,并计算了ADN和配比不同的ADN混合物的燃速特征.计算结果与实测值十分一致.从化学结构和化学反应的层次分析了ADN单质燃烧出现平台燃烧现象的原因,认为ADN热分解过程中,中间产物NH4NO3的形成和消失在平台(麦撒)燃烧中起着关键作用.预测了ADN提高固体推进剂燃速和降低燃速压力指数的趋势.

  20. Psychotropic prescribing in HIV

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    2012-11-01

    Full Text Available Psychiatric disorders frequently co-occur with HIV, as preceding conditions or consequent to HIV infection. This potentially compromises HIV diagnosis and antiretroviral (ARV treatment adherence. We provide a brief guide to the diagnosis and treatment of common mental disorders in people living with HIV/AIDS, including: prescribing psychotropics in HIV; neuropsychiatric side-effects of ARVs and other medications commonly prescribed in HIV; and the diagnosis and treatment of depression, anxiety, psychosis, agitation, sleep disturbance, pain, and mania. Psychotropic treatments recommended were drawn primarily from those available in the public sector of South Africa.

  1. Therapeutic HIV Peptide Vaccine

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    2015-01-01

    Therapeutic vaccines aim to control chronic HIV infection and eliminate the need for lifelong antiretroviral therapy (ART). Therapeutic HIV vaccine is being pursued as part of a functional cure for HIV/AIDS. We have outlined a basic protocol for inducing new T cell immunity during chronic HIV-1...... infection directed to subdominant conserved HIV-1 epitopes restricted to frequent HLA supertypes. The rationale for selecting HIV peptides and adjuvants are provided. Peptide subunit vaccines are regarded as safe due to the simplicity, quality, purity, and low toxicity. The caveat is reduced immunogenicity...

  2. Detección del estado de metilación de los genes dapk, cdh13, cdh1 y rassf1 en ADN de plasma de pacientes con cáncer de cuello uterino

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    Aristizábal Fabio

    2005-07-01

    Full Text Available El estudio de las características epigenéticas en ADN proveniente de plasma de pacientes con cáncer de cuello uterino (CCU tiene un futuro promisorio;  se han encontrado previamente genes supresores de tumor (GST metilados, correlacionados con estadios avanzados del CCU, siendo
    posibles indicadores de peor pronóstico y marcadores moleculares de respuesta a tratamiento. Sin embargo, no existe ningún estudio para Colombia, en el que se haya buscado detectar estados de metilación para ADN de plasma en ningún tipo de cáncer. En este trabajo se reporta el estudio
    de 23 pacientes colombianas con estadios avanzados (III y IV de CCU (Banco de Muestras del Instituto Nacional de Cancerología, a los cuales les fue detectado el estado de mutilación (conversión por bisulfito de sodio posterior MSP de los GST dapk, cdh13, cdh1 y rassf1, en ADN de plasma,
    y se comparó contra el estado de metilación en ADN de plasma, arrojando los siguientes porcentajes de pacientes que presentaron el mismo estado de metilación (presente/ausente rassf1, 44%; cdh13, 33%; cdh1, 44%; dapk, 78%; para un total de los cuatro genes en conjunto de 47%. Adicionalmente, se detectó la presencia en el 100% de las muestras de tumor de HPV tipo 16. Se demostró igualdad entre las poblaciones de tumor y plasma para el panel de los cuatro genes (p=0,635, Test de McNemar a=0,05, en particular para el estadio III (p=0,85. El gen dapk presentó un estado de metilación positivo para plasma del 68,4% y para tumor del 94% en estadios avanzados. De esta manera, se consiguió la detección de los estados de metilación en ADN de plasma y se encontró correlación estadística con los encontrados en ADN tumoral, en particular para el estadio III. Este trabajo constituye un aporte importante para el uso de características epigenéticas de ADN de plasma, como marcadores moleculares de progresión, respuesta a tratamiento, y suprevivencia, en pacientes colombianas con CCU.

  3. Daño inducido en el ADN plasmidial por la radiación mixta de neutrones térmicos + rayos gamma en presencia y ausencia de capturador de radicales libres

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    Maritza Rodríguez-Gual

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo se cuantifica por primera vez el daño en ADN plasmidial inducido por la radiación mixta de neutrones térmicos + rayos gamma. Para el estudio fue utilizado el plasmidio pBs KS+ de 2 961 pb en disolución acuosa a 88 ng/¿L a concentraciones de 0, 2 y 20 mmol/L de glicerina que actúa como un capturador de radicales libres. Este plasmidio cambia su forma superenrollada para circular cuando es producida una rotura simple en su cadena y adquiere una forma linear cuando se produce una rotura doble en su cadena. Cuantificando las fracciones que se producen de cada una de estas formas es posible estimar el efecto de la radiación en el ADN. Las irradiaciones fueron realizadas en el canal radial # 3 del reactor de investigaciones IEA-R1 del Instituto de Pesquisas Energéticas y Nucleares de São Paulo, Brasil. Las formas del ADN fueron separadas mediante la electroforesis en gel de agarosa. En la cuantificación se utilizó el programa GelAnalis. Las fracciones de ADN en sus diferentes formas fueron graficadas en función de la dosis y ajustadas a funciones exponenciales y lineares para obtener las probabilidades de roturas simples y dobles en la cadena de ADN normalizadas por dosis y por masa molecular. Los resultados evidenciaron la acción protectora del capturador de radicales libres contra el daño inducido por la radiación, lo cual corrobora resultados anteriores obtenidos con otras radiaciones ionizantes. Los rendimientos de SSB y DSB serán de interés para la validación de diferentes modelos que intentan reproducir los resultados experimentales.

  4. HIV/AIDS Basics

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    ... Providers Prevention Resources Newsletter Get Tested Find an HIV testing site near you. Enter ZIP code or ... AIDS Get Email Updates on AAA Anonymous Feedback HIV/AIDS Media Infographics Syndicated Content Podcasts Slide Sets ...

  5. Pregnancy and HIV

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    ... 17, 2014 Select a Language: Fact Sheet 611 Pregnancy and HIV HOW DO BABIES GET AIDS? HOW CAN WE ... doses due to nausea and vomiting during early pregnancy, giving HIV a chance to develop resistance The risk of ...

  6. HIV Resistance Testing

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    ... 14, 2016 Select a Language: Fact Sheet 126 HIV Resistance Testing WHAT IS RESISTANCE? HOW DOES RESISTANCE ... ARVs. If you miss doses of your medications, HIV will multiply more easily. More mutations will occur. ...

  7. Hepatitis B and HIV

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    ... Hospitalization and Palliative Care Friends & Family Dating and Marriage Family Planning Mixed-Status Couples Discrimination Legal Issues ... National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day National Latino AIDS ...

  8. Children and HIV

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    ... Hospitalization and Palliative Care Friends & Family Dating and Marriage Family Planning Mixed-Status Couples Discrimination Legal Issues ... National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day National Latino AIDS ...

  9. Hepatitis A and HIV

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    ... Hospitalization and Palliative Care Friends & Family Dating and Marriage Family Planning Mixed-Status Couples Discrimination Legal Issues ... National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day National Latino AIDS ...

  10. HIV Treatment Adherence

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  11. Stages of HIV Infection

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  12. Hepatitis C and HIV

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  13. Testing for HIV

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  14. Smoking and HIV

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    ... 28, 2014 Select a Language: Fact Sheet 803 Smoking and HIV WHY IS SMOKING MORE DANGEROUS FOR ... It can also worsen liver problems like hepatitis. Smoking and Side Effects People with HIV who smoke ...

  15. Exercise and HIV

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    ... HIV WHY IS EXERCISE IMPORTANT? WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF EXERCISE? WHAT ARE THE RISKS OF EXERCISE? ... healthier while ageing with HIV. WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF EXERCISE? Regular, moderate exercise has many of ...

  16. Periodontitis in HIV patients

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    Oseeva А.О.; Soboleva L.A.; Bulkina N.V.; Shuldyakov A.A.

    2011-01-01

    The article presents the study of formation mechanisms and periodontitis course in patients with subclinical stage of HIV-infection. The examination of 45 patients has enabled the division of patients into three basic groups: patients with periodontitis and HIV-infection; patients with periodontitis; and HIV patients without periodontitis. It has been determined that the patients with periodontitis and subclinical HIV-infection have developed local inflammatory reaction with infection, activa...

  17. HIV and AIDS

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    ... are at greater risk for getting HIV during sex with infected partners. If a woman with HIV is pregnant, her newborn baby can catch the virus from her before birth, during the birthing process, or from breastfeeding. When doctors know a mom-to-be has HIV, they can do things ...

  18. Uso del ADN forense en la Policía Nacional para identificación de alias “Édgar Tovar”

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    Martha Liliana Acevedo Neira

    2010-07-01

    Full Text Available El análisis genético de fragmentos óseos tomados de un cuerpo en descomposición permitió confirmar la muerte de alias “Édgar Tovar”, comandante y responsable del narcotráfico del frente 48 de las Farc. El perfilgenético obtenido de los restos humanos fue comparado con la información del ADN nuclear y de cromosoma Y, del padre de Ángel Gabriel Lozada García,obteniendo una probabilidad estadística de paternidad de 99.991% y una coincidencia total en la información contenida en los marcadores de cromosomaY analizados, lo que sumado a labores investigativas de la Policía Nacional se consideró suficiente para determinar la identificación del cuerpo.

  19. Study on Interaction of ADN and (NC+NG) by Gasometric Method%量气法研究ADN与(NC+NG)的相互作用

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    何少蓉; 张林军; 衡淑云; 刘子如

    2008-01-01

    用 NBK型"拉瓦"量气测试系统研究了较高温度下二硝酰胺铵(ADN)与双基吸收药(NC+NG)体系的相互作用,从动力学角度阐述了二者的相互作用.结果表明: ADN与(NC+NG)混合物加热分解的最终放气量在标准状态下为626.8 mL·g-1,与ADN和(NC+NG)最大放气量之和相比并没有增加,但分解速度显著提高,活化能显著降低至82.58 kJ·mol-1,ADN与(NC+NG)之间存在强烈的相互作用.

  20. ESTANDARIZACIÓN DE METODOLOGÍAS DE ADN ANTIGUO Y SUS APORTACIONES AL ESTUDIO BIOCULTURAL DE POBLACIONES PREHISPÁNICAS

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    Aguirre Samudio, Ana Julia; Instituto de Investigaciones Antropológicas; González Sobrino, Blanca Z.; Solís Arrieta, Lilia; Terrazas Mata, Alejandro; Daneels Verriest, Annick; Serrano Sánchez, Carlos; Meza Peñaloza, Abigail; Ramírez Castilla, Gustavo

    2011-01-01

    El estudio del adn antiguo (adna) extraído de huesos cuya antigüedad es de cientos o miles de años es de gran importancia para el análisis de genética poblacional y aporta información a los estudios de arqueología, ciencias forenses y evolución. El adna se encuentra fragmentado en secuencias cortas y ha sufrido modificaciones químicas post-mortem, por lo que es especialmente susceptible a la contaminación. En el presente estudio se muestran los primeros resultados de la estandarización de téc...

  1. Topología del ADN nucleosomal en centrómeros y promotores génicos de Saccharomyces cerevisiae

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    Diaz Ingelmo, Ofelia

    2014-01-01

    Este proyecto de tesis se ha focalizado en determinar con precisión, en células de Saccharomyces cerevisiae, la diferencia de enlace del ADN estabilizada por nucleosomas canónicos in vivo, así como la contribución topológica del centrómero y de diferentes promotores génicos sensibles a topoisomerasa II. Para ello, tanto la secuencia TRP1ARS1 como derivados de esta, se han introducido en diferentes cepas de S. cerevisiae: JCW25 (TOP1 TOP2 TOP3), JCW26 (TOP1 top2ts TOP3) y JCW27 (Δtop1 TOP2 TOP...

  2. AISLAMIENTO DE CLONES CON ACTIVIDAD ENDO-b-1,4-GLUCANASA A PARTIR DE UN SEGMENTO DE ADN DE 13KB DE Clostridium sp IBUN22A

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    I. Roncancio-Sánchez

    2006-06-01

    Full Text Available La producción de combustibles, solventes y algunos productos químicos a partir de sustratos celulósicos usando microorganismos ofrece una ventaja frente a los de origen fósil. Un acercamiento prometedor ha sido la implementación de ingeniería genética utilizando genes de enzimas involucradas en la degradación de desechos celulósicos. En la última década se han generado bibliotecas genéticas para proveer enzimas celulolíticas, que hagan el proceso más rentable, lo cual permitiría aprovechar mejor residuos celulósicos disponibles. Este trabajo describe el aislamiento de dos fragmentos de ADN que expresan actividad endo-β-1,4-glucanasa, a partir de un segmento ADN de 13Kb (clon 02080-25 aislado de una biblioteca genómica de la cepa nativa Clostridium sp IBUN22A. El aislamiento de la región codificadora se realizó a través de pruebas de inducción de la actividad, análisis por restricción del segmento y de una sub-biblioteca con la enzima Sau3A I. 325 clones fueron obtenidos, de los cuales 271 tenían inserto. El tamizaje molecular de estos últimos mostró que siete clones presentaron tamaños entre 3500pb y 7000pb y el tamizaje enzimático con carboximetilcelulosa como sustrato permitió el aislamiento de los clones pBSh-37 y pBSh-26 con la actividad endo-β-1,4-glucanasa original, de tamaños de inserto de 627pb y 879pb respectivamente. Este trabajo es el punto de partida para el aislamiento de enzimas de alto potencial biotecnológico.

  3. Tuberculosis and HIV Coinfection.

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    Bruchfeld, Judith; Correia-Neves, Margarida; Källenius, Gunilla

    2015-07-01

    Tuberculosis (TB) and human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) constitute the main burden of infectious disease in resource-limited countries. In the individual host, the two pathogens, Mycobacterium tuberculosis and HIV, potentiate one another, accelerating the deterioration of immunological functions. In high-burden settings, HIV coinfection is the most important risk factor for developing active TB, which increases the susceptibility to primary infection or reinfection and also the risk of TB reactivation for patients with latent TB. M. tuberculosis infection also has a negative impact on the immune response to HIV, accelerating the progression from HIV infection to AIDS. The clinical management of HIV-associated TB includes the integration of effective anti-TB treatment, use of concurrent antiretroviral therapy (ART), prevention of HIV-related comorbidities, management of drug cytotoxicity, and prevention/treatment of immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome (IRIS). PMID:25722472

  4. HIV Medicines and Side Effects

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    Side Effects of HIV Medicines HIV Medicines and Side Effects (Last updated 1/7/2016; last reviewed 1/7/2016) Key Points HIV medicines help people with ... will depend on a person’s individual needs. Can HIV medicines cause side effects? HIV medicines help people ...

  5. Historias en código genético: Los aportes de los estudios de ADN antiguo en antropología y sus implicancias éticas Historias em código genético: As contribuições dos estudos de ADN antigo em antropologia e suas implicâncias éticas Stories in Genetic Code: The contribution of ancient DNA studies to anthropology and their ethical implications

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    Cristian M. Crespo

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available Desde hace varias décadas, la antropología biológica comenzó a utilizar marcadores moleculares en estudios poblacionales. A partir de la década de 1990 se desarrollaron diferentes técnicas en biología molecular que permitieron extraer y tipificar ADN conservado en diferentes restos provenientes de museos y sitios arqueológicos. Los estudios de ADN antiguo relacionados con problemáticas arqueológicas conforman hoy un campo de estudio denominado Arqueogenética. Se presentan en este trabajo algunas de las aplicaciones del ADN antiguo. Se discuten las ventajas y limitaciones de estos estudios y su relación con temas éticos y legales.Faz já varias décadas que à antropologia biológica tem começado a usar marcadores moleculares em estudos de população. Ao começo da década de 1990, se desenvolveram técnicas diferentes em biologia molecular que permitiram obter e tipificar o ADN conservado em restos diferentes vindos de museus e sítios arqueológicos. Os estudos de ADN antigo relacionados a problemáticas arqueológicas são hoje um campo de estudo chamado de Arqueogenética. Se apresentam neste trabalho algumas das aplicações do ADN antigo. Também se discutem as vantagens e limitações desses estudos e a sua relação com assuntos éticos e legais.For several decades, biological anthropology has employed different molecular markers in population research. Since 1990 different techniques in molecular biology have been developed allowing preserved DNA extraction and its typification in different samples from museums and archaeological sites. Ancient DNA studies related to archaeological issues are now included in the field of Archaeogenetics. In this work we present some of ancient DNA applications in archaeology. We also discuss advantages and limitations for this kind of research and its relationship with ethic and legal norms.

  6. HIV/AIDS and Alcohol

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    ... Psychiatric Disorders Other Substance Abuse HIV/AIDS HIV/AIDS Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) targets the body’s immune ... and often leads to acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). Each year in the United States, between 55, ...

  7. HIV, AIDS, and the Future

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    Skip Navigation Bar Home Current Issue Past Issues HIV / AIDS HIV, AIDS, and the Future Past Issues / Summer 2009 ... turn Javascript on. Photo: The NAMES Project Foundation HIV and AIDS are a global catastrophe. While advances ...

  8. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... HIV to their babies during pregnancy, delivery, and breastfeeding. HIV destroys a certain kind of white blood ... clinical trials, and other research information for health care providers, researchers, people affected by HIV/AIDS, and ...

  9. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... abuse and HIV both affect the brain. Research has shown that HIV causes greater injury to cells ... do not abuse drugs. In animal studies, methamphetamine has been shown to increase the amount of HIV ...

  10. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... and Prevention, National Center for HIV, STD, and TB Prevention. What Is HIV? ( http://www.cdc.gov/ ... of HIV in brain cells 1 . Drug abuse treatment. Since the late 1980s, research has shown that ...

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    Full Text Available ... What are HIV and AIDS? HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is the virus that causes AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome). AIDS ... but no cure, at the present time. The virus (HIV) and the disease it causes (AIDS) are ...

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    Full Text Available ... the Link - Drugs and HIV Learn the Link - Drugs and HIV Email Facebook Twitter 2005 –Ongoing Behaviors ... GA: CDC, DHHS. Retrieved June 2012 How are Drug Abuse and HIV Related? Drug abuse and addiction ...

  13. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... chances of unsafe behavior by altering judgment and decision-making. To learn about HIV among youth, please visit: http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/risk/age/youth/index.html​ . Resources Publications Drug Facts: HIV/ ...

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  15. HIV / AIDS: An Unequal Burden

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    ... Navigation Bar Home Current Issue Past Issues HIV / AIDS HIV / AIDS: An Unequal Burden Past Issues / Summer 2009 Table ... Victoria Cargill talks to students about HIV and AIDS at the opening of a National Library of ...

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    ... Navigation Bar Home Current Issue Past Issues HIV / AIDS HIV, AIDS, and the Future Past Issues / Summer 2009 Table ... and your loved ones from HIV/AIDS. The AIDS Memorial Quilt In 1987, a total of 1, ...

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  18. HIV-Positive-to-HIV-Positive Liver Transplantation.

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    Calmy, A; van Delden, C; Giostra, E; Junet, C; Rubbia Brandt, L; Yerly, S; Chave, J-P; Samer, C; Elkrief, L; Vionnet, J; Berney, T

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    Most countries exclude human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-positive patients from organ donation because of concerns regarding donor-derived HIV transmission. The Swiss Federal Act on Transplantation has allowed organ transplantation between HIV-positive donors and recipients since 2007. We report the successful liver transplantation from an HIV-positive donor to an HIV-positive recipient. Both donor and recipient had been treated for many years with antiretroviral therapy and harbored multidrug-resistant viruses. Five months after transplantation, HIV viremia remains undetectable. This observation supports the inclusion of appropriate HIV-positive donors for transplants specifically allocated to HIV-positive recipients. PMID:27109874

  19. 1.54 μm electroluminescence from ErQ doped ADN organic light-emitting diodes%有机发光二极管中ADN掺杂ErQ的1.54μm电致发光

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    屈海京; 陶利; 王维; 冉广照

    2014-01-01

    自行设计了基于8-羟基喹啉铒(ErQ)为发射层(EMLs)和二硝酰胺铵(ADN)为蓝光主体材料的近红外有机发光二级管.器件的基本结构为(p-Si/NPB/EML/Bphen/Bphen∶ Cs2CO3/Sm/Au),设计并比较了三套不同发射层结构(ErQ/ADN为双层结构器件,(ErQ/ADN)×3为多层结构器件,ErQ∶ ADN为掺杂结构器件)的器件.三组器件在一定的偏压下,均可发出1.54 μm的光,对应三价铒离子4I13/2→4I15/2的跃迁.其中,ADN∶ErQ(1∶1)掺杂结构的近红外电致发光强度是ADN/ErQ双层结构中的三倍.此外,不同掺杂浓度的ADN:ErQ复合膜做了以下表征:吸收谱、光致发光谱和荧光寿命谱.实验结果证实了在近红外电致发光过程中存在从ADN主体分子到ErQ发射分子的高效率的能量转移.

  20. Travelling with HIV

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    Nielsen, Ulla S; Jensen-Fangel, Søren; Pedersen, Gitte;

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    BACKGROUND: We aimed to describe travel patterns, extent of professional pre-travel advice and health problems encountered during travel among HIV-infected individuals. METHODS: During a six-month period a questionnaire was handed out to 2821 adult HIV-infected individuals attending any of the...... eight Danish medical HIV care centers. RESULTS: A total of 763 individuals responded. During the previous two years 49% had travelled outside Europe; 18% had travelled less and 30% were more cautious when choosing travel destination than before the HIV diagnosis. Pre-travel advice was sought by only 38......%, and travel insurance was taken out by 86%. However, 29%/74% did not inform the advisor/the insurance company about their HIV status. Nearly all patients on highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) were adherent, but 58% worried about carrying HIV-medicine and 19% tried to hide it. Only 19...

  1. HIV Stigma Among Substance Abusing People Living with HIV/AIDS: Implications for HIV Treatment

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    Levi-Minzi, Maria A.; Hilary L Surratt

    2014-01-01

    HIV-related stigma has a major impact on quality of life and health among people living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHA). This study examines demographic, mental health, behavioral, contextual, and HIV care-related correlates of HIV stigma among 503 substance abusing PLWHA. Stigma was measured with the HIV Internalized Stigma Measure which has four subscales: stereotypes about HIV, self-acceptance, disclosure concerns, and social relationships. Severe substance dependence (55.3%) and depression (54....

  2. Microbiome in HIV infection

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    Salas, January T; Chang, Theresa L

    2014-01-01

    HIV primary infection occurs at mucosa tissues, suggesting an intricate interplay between microbiome and HIV infection. Recent advanced technologies of high-throughput sequencing and bioinformatics allow researchers to explore nonculturable microbes including bacteria, virus and fungi and their association with diseases. HIV/SIV infection is associated with microbiome shifts and immune activation that may affect the outcome of disease progression. Similarly, altered microbiome and inflammatio...

  3. Revisiting HIV-1 uncoating

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    Arhel Nathalie

    2010-01-01

    Abstract HIV uncoating is defined as the loss of viral capsid that occurs within the cytoplasm of infected cells before entry of the viral genome into the nucleus. It is an obligatory step of HIV-1 early infection and accompanies the transition between reverse transcription complexes (RTCs), in which reverse transcription occurs, and pre-integration complexes (PICs), which are competent to integrate into the host genome. The study of the nature and timing of HIV-1 uncoating has been paved wit...

  4. HIV and Fertility Revisited

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    Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan; Belgi Turan

    2010-01-01

    Young (2005) argues that HIV related population declines reinforced by the fertility response to the epidemic will lead to higher capital-labor ratios and to higher per capita incomes in the affected countries of Africa. Using household level data on fertility from South Africa and relying on between cohort variation in country level HIV infection, he estimates a large negative effect of HIV prevalence on fertility. However, the studies that utilize the recent rounds of Demographic Health Sur...

  5. 二硝酰胺铵的致突变性和致畸性研究%Study on mutagenicity and teratogenicity of ammonium dinitramide (ADN)

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    杜文霞; 王玉玲; 孙苑菡; 谢锋; 常志强; 邢亚飞; 张延巍

    2011-01-01

    Objective To study the mutagenicity and teratogenicity induced by ammonium dinitramide (ADN).Methods According to technical specifications for toxicity determination of chemicals,Salmonella typhimurium reverse mutation assay (Ames assay),in vivo mammalian erythrocyte micronucleus test,sperm malformation test and teratogenesis test were used to detect the mutagenicity and teratogenicity induced by AND.Results When the exposure doses of AND were 8~5000 μg/plate,the result of Ames assay was negative.As compared with control group,the micronucleus rate of mice exposed to 113.8 mg/kg AND significantly increased (P<0.05),the sperm malformation rates of mice exposed to 54.4~272.0 mg/kg AND did not increased significantly.The survival rate of fetuses decreased,the rate of assimilated fetuses increased,the rate of fetus sternum agenesis enhanced in mice exposed to 319 mg/kg AND,as compared with controls.The rates of in the 4th-6th fetus sternum agenesis in groups exposed to 21.3,79.7 and 319 mg/kg AND were higher than that in control group.The malformation rate of fetus bowels in groups exposed to 319 mg/kg AND was higher than that in control group.The teratogenic index of ADN was 30.Conclusion AND may be a mutagen and induce the teratogenic effect.%目的 对新型含能材料二硝酰胺铵(ADN)的致突变性和致畸性进行研究,为进一步研究ADN对人体健康影响和制订职业接触限值提供依据.方法 根据《化学品毒性鉴定技术规范》,采用鼠伤寒沙门杆菌回复突变试验(Ames试验)、体内哺乳动物骨髓嗜多染红细胞微核试验、精子畸形试验和致畸试验研究ADN的致突变性和致畸性.结果 (1)ADN在8~5000 μg/皿剂量范围内未发现诱变作用;113.8mg/kg剂量染毒组与阴性对照相比,诱发小鼠的微核率明显升高,差异有统计学意义(P<0.05);54.4~272.0 mg/kg剂量范围内小鼠精子畸形试验结果为阴性.(2)319 mg/kg剂量组活胎率低于阴性对照组,吸

  6. Semejanzas entre el ajo (Allium sativum costarricense y el ajo asiático según secuencias de ADN ribosomal

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    Karina Barboza Rojas

    2012-08-01

    Full Text Available En Costa Rica, la producción de ajo (Allium sativum es escasa y se limita principalmente a las regiones de Llano Grande de Cartago. Sin embargo, por el precio que tiene actualmente en el mercado, el ajo costarricense se vislumbra como una hortaliza que podría constituirse en un recurso valioso para los productores nacionales. Por lo anterior, en este artículo se presenta la caracterización mediante secuencias ribosomales de materiales de ajo provenientes Costa Rica y su comparación con ajo importado de China. El ADN se extrajo a partir de hojas de vitroplantas de ajo mantenidas en un congelador a -70°C, pulverizadas en un mortero. El ADN ribosomal se amplificó, purificó y secuenció. Se realizó el análisis bioinformático de las secuencias ribosomales. El BLASTn permitió determinar que los productos de PCR amplificados corresponden a la secuencia parcial de los genes 28S y 18S (sitios de unión de los cebadores y a la secuencia completa de la región ITS-1, 5.8S e ITS-2. Se encontró que todas las secuencias alinearon en casi un 100% con la accesión EU626375.1 publicada en la base de datos del GeneBank, correspondiente al clon Allium sativum voucher BF-ALL-037. En general, las secuencias mostraron ser muy conservadas. Los puntajes obtenidos del alineamiento realizado con ClustalW reflejaron una identidad del 97 al 99% entre las secuencias.El presente estudio es el primer reporte de este tipo que se realiza sobre ajo costarricense y generó información básica e indispensable para continuar con los estudios moleculares de este cultivo.

  7. Cassures double-brin de l'ADN, cassures chrosomiques et létalité des cellules humaines irradiées

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    Foray, N.; Arlett, C. F.; Malaise, E. P.

    1998-04-01

    DNA double-strand breaks (DSB) are the likely event which may explain the radiation-induced killing effect in mammalian cells. An overview of the litterature shows that, to the exception of a small group of human tumours, the repair defect rather than the induction rate of DSB plays the major role. However, the arguments supporting the relationship between DSB and intrinsic radiosensitivity are most often indirect. Our results dealing with intrinsic radiosensitivity, residual DNA DSB and chromosome breaks have been achieved with untransformed human fibroblasts (5 control and 18 hypersensitive cell lines). We describe a quantitative relationship between the intrinsic radiosensitivity and the residual breaks. The death of a human fibroblast is linked to 1.3 unrepaired chromosome break and 6.6 unrepaired DSB. Les cassures double-brin (CDB) de l'ADN constituent l'événement-clé susceptible d'expliquer l'effet létal des radiations ionisantes. Une revue générale de la littérature montre que, à l'exception d'un groupe minoritaire de tumeurs humaines, c'est surtout une déficience de réparation plutôt que l'incidence des dégâts qui est associée à la mort des cellules de mammifères irradiées. Toutefois, les arguments en faveur d'un lien entre radiosensibilité et CDB sont généralement indirects. À partir de 23lignées fibroblastiques humaines (5témoins et 18hypersensibles), nous décrivons une relation quantifiée entre la radiosensibilité intrinsèque et les cassures résiduelles de l'ADN et des chromosomes. La mort d'un fibroblaste humain irradié est associée à 6,6 CDB et 1,3 cassure chromosomique non réparées.

  8. Modelo matemático que describe la migración del ADN lineal en las minicámaras de Electroforesis de Campos Alternantes Transversales del Sistema Guefast06®

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    Yainelis Garrido-Nico

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available En la actualidad no existen ecuaciones que describan la migra ción de moléculas de ADN lineal en las minicámaras de Electroforesis de Campos Alternantes Transversales (TAFE. El diseño y predicción de las condiciones experimentales en este sistema se realiza de manera empírica, lo cual es ineficiente, y ocasiona pérd ida de tiempo y reactivos. Las ecuaciones de la migración del ADN lineal en el sistema de Electroforesis de Campos Eléctricos Homogéneos en un Contorno Fijo (CHEF, no son aplicables al sistema TAFE pues, ni el campo eléctrico, ni el ángulo de reorientació n son constantes a lo largo del gel. En este trabajo, se modifica la ecuación de la migración de las moléculas lineales de ADN en las cámaras y minicámaras CHEF y se adapta para las minicámaras TAFE. Para ello, se tuvo en cuenta que en estas, la intensidad del campo eléctrico y el ángulo de reorientación no son constantes a lo largo del gel. La ecuación modificada se ajustó con 254 puntos experimentales y se validó por el método de re - muestreo ‘dejando uno fuera’. Los patrones electroforéticos de ADN de tam años conocidos simulados con la ecuación modificada reprodujeron los obtenidos experimentalmente con un 86,7 % de eficiencia. Esta ecuación permite el diseño a priori de las condiciones experimentales para separar en las minicámaras TAFE el ADN de microorg anismos cuyo genoma haya sido secuenciado, lo que facilitaría el establecimiento de los protocolos de trabajo, y garantizaría ahorro de tiempo y reactivos químicos en la obtención de los resultados correspondientes.

  9. Utilisation de l'essai comete et du biomarqueur gamma-H2AX pour detecter les dommages induits a l'ADN cellulaire par le 5-bromodeoxyuridine post-irradiation

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    La Madeleine, Carole

    Ce memoire est presente a la Faculte de medecine et des sciences de la sante de l'Universite de Sherbrooke en vue de l'obtention du grade de maitre es sciences (M.Sc.) en radiobiologie (2009). Un jury a revise les informations contenues dans ce memoire. Il etait compose de professeurs de la Faculte de medecine et des sciences de la sante soit : Darel Hunting PhD, directeur de recherche (departement de medecine nucleaire et radiobiologie), Leon Sanche PhD, directeur de recherche (departement de medecine nucleaire et radiobiologie), Richard Wagner PhD, membre du programme (departement de medecine nucleaire et radiobiologie) et Guylain Boissonneault PhD, membre exterieur au programme (departement de biochimie). Le 5-bromodeoxyuridine (BrdU), un analogue halogene de la thymidine reconnu depuis les annees 60 comme etant un excellent radiosensibilisateur. L'hypothese la plus repandue au sujet de l'effet radio sensibilisant du BrdU est qu'il augmente le nombre de cassures simple et double brin lorsqu'il est incorpore dans l'ADN de la cellule et expose aux radiations ionisantes. Toutefois, de nouvelles recherches semblent remettre en question les observations precedentes. Ces dernieres etudes ont confirme que le BrdU est un bon radiosensibilisateur, car il augmente les dommages radio-induits dans l'ADN. Mais, c'est en etant incorpore dans une region simple brin que le BrdU radiosensibilise l'ADN. Ces recherches ont egalement revele pour la premiere fois un nouveau type de dommages produits lors de l'irradiation de l'ADN contenant du BrdU : les dimeres interbrins. Le but de ces travaux de recherche est de determiner si la presence de bromodeoxyuridine dans l'ADN augmente l'induction de bris simple et / ou double brin chez les cellules irradiees en utilisant de nouvelles techniques plus sensibles et specifiques que celles utilisees auparavant. Pour ce faire, les essais cometes et la detection des foci H2AX phosphorylee pourraient permettre d'etablir les effets engendres par

  10. Living with HIV/AIDS

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    Infection with HIV is serious. But the outlook for people with HIV/AIDS is improving. If you are infected with HIV, there are many things you can do to ... health care provider who knows how to treat HIV. You may want to join a support group. ...

  11. HIV/AIDS and Alcohol

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    ... Other Psychiatric Disorders Other Substance Abuse HIV/AIDS HIV/AIDS Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) targets the body’s immune ... and abuse can contribute to the spread of HIV/AIDS and affect treatment for infected patients. Abusing alcohol ...

  12. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... Send the Message . Get the Facts What are HIV and AIDS? HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is the virus that ... AIDS) are often linked and referred to as "HIV/AIDS." HIV can be transferred between people if an ...

  13. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... the link between drug abuse and HIV/AIDS, populations most at risk, trends in HIV/AIDS, and ... increasingly at risk for HIV infection through risky sexual behaviors. NIDA researchers have studied and continue to study the links between drug abuse and HIV/AIDS. In the early years of ...

  14. Indikatorsygdomme for hiv-infektion

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    Hansen, Birgitte Rønde; Andersen, Åse Bengård; Koch, Anders; Ravn, Pernille; Larsen, Carsten Schade; Weis, Nina; Gerstoft, Jan

    2015-01-01

    guideline on indicator-based HIV testing in order to improve early HIV diagnosis. The Danish Society of Infectious Diseases wishes to highlight the importance of indicator-based HIV testing, in order to improve the possibility of early diagnosis and therapy of HIV-infection....

  15. Let's Stop HIV Together

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    2012-07-16

    This podcast features 22 individuals who encourage others in the fight against HIV.  Created: 7/16/2012 by National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP).   Date Released: 7/16/2012.

  16. HIV/AIDS

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    ... health days Meetings and consultations 2014 Fact sheets Features Commentaries 2014 Multimedia Contacts HIV/AIDS Fact sheet Updated July 2016 Key facts HIV continues to be a major global public health issue, having claimed more than 35 million lives so far. In 2015, 1.1 (940 000– ...

  17. Ludacris Talks About HIV

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    2012-07-24

    Ludacris, award winning singer and actor, urges everyone to talk about HIV/AIDS and its prevention.  Created: 7/24/2012 by National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP).   Date Released: 7/24/2012.

  18. La fotografía en los diarios impresos gratuitos españoles: aplicación y uso en 20 Minutos, Qué y Adn Photography in the daily Spanish free press: Application and use in 20 Minutos, Qué and Adn

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    Juan Miguel Sánchez Vigil

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available La prensa gratuita, de gran impacto social, cumple una función informativa de urgencia con titulares de impacto, artículos concisos y noticias breves. La distribución en puntos clave (medios de transporte, cafés, centros culturales, bibliotecas, etcétera. confiere a este medio unas características especiales poco estudiadas, entre ellas la fotografía. Se presenta en este artículo un estudio exhaustivo de la aplicación y uso de la fotografía en los tres diarios impresos gratuitos españoles de implantación nacional: 20 Minutos, Qué y Adn, considerando el número de imágenes, la procedencia y autoría, su relación con el texto y la publicidad, los formatos y su distribución por secciones.The free press exerts a significant social impact, as it and carries its urgent informative function through hard-hitting headlines, punchy articles and news briefs. Distributed at key transportation facilities, coffee shops, cultural centers and libraries, these unique media and the photography they contain have not been extensively studied to date. This paper provides an exhaustive study of the application and use of photography in three nationally distributed free daily newspapers (20 Minutos, Qué and Adn. The study assesses the number of pictures published, their origins or authors, the relationship between photo and text, the use of photos in advertising, as well as formats and photo distribution within newspaper's sections.

  19. Indikatorsygdomme for hiv-infektion

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    Hansen, Birgitte Rønde; Andersen, Åse Bengård; Koch, Anders;

    2015-01-01

    The mortality of HIV-infected patients in Denmark approaches that of the background population. Still, half of the HIV-infected patients are diagnosed late, resulting in poorer response to therapy, larger cost and greater transmission rate. A pan-European initiative, "HIV in Europe" has published a...... guideline on indicator-based HIV testing in order to improve early HIV diagnosis. The Danish Society of Infectious Diseases wishes to highlight the importance of indicator-based HIV testing, in order to improve the possibility of early diagnosis and therapy of HIV-infection....

  20. Periodontitis in HIV patients

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    2011-09-01

    Full Text Available The article presents the study of formation mechanisms and periodontitis course in patients with subclinical stage of HIV-infection. The examination of 45 patients has enabled the division of patients into three basic groups: patients with periodontitis and HIV-infection; patients with periodontitis; and HIV patients without periodontitis. It has been determined that the patients with periodontitis and subclinical HIV-infection have developed local inflammatory reaction with infection, activation of anti-inflammatory cytokines in parodontal recess fluid. It has been proved that the causative factor of frequent and durable relapses in parodontal pathology with clinical HIV-infection was the development of pathologic process with endotoxicosis syndrome and imbalance of lipid peroxidation and antioxidant system

  1. HIV and neurocognitive dysfunction.

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    Spudich, Serena

    2013-09-01

    The spectrum of HIV-associated neurocognitive disorder (HAND) has been dramatically altered in the setting of widely available effective antiretroviral therapy (ART). Once culminating in dementia in many individuals infected with HIV, HAND now typically manifests as more subtle, though still morbid, forms of cognitive impairment in persons surviving long-term with treated HIV infection. Despite the substantial improvement in severity of this disorder, the fact that neurologic injury persists despite ART remains a challenge to the community of patients, providers and investigators aiming to optimize quality of life for those living with HIV. Cognitive dysfunction in treated HIV may reflect early irreversible CNS injury accrued before ART is typically initiated, ongoing low-level CNS infection and progressive injury in the setting of ART, or comborbidities including effects of treatment which may confound the beneficial reduction in viral replication and immune activation effected by ART. PMID:23860944

  2. HIV-Associated Tuberculosis.

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    Naidoo, Kogieleum; Naidoo, Kasavan; Padayatchi, Nesri; Abdool Karim, Quarraisha

    2011-01-01

    The intersecting HIV and Tuberculosis epidemics in countries with a high disease burden of both infections pose many challenges and opportunities. For patients infected with HIV in high TB burden countries, the diagnosis of TB, ARV drug choices in treating HIV-TB coinfected patients, when to initiate ARV treatment in relation to TB treatment, managing immune reconstitution, minimising risk of getting infected with TB and/or managing recurrent TB, minimizing airborne transmission, and infection control are key issues. In addition, given the disproportionate burden of HIV in women in these settings, sexual reproductive health issues and particular high mortality rates associated with TB during pregnancy are important. The scaleup and resource allocation to access antiretroviral treatment in these high HIV and TB settings provide a unique opportunity to strengthen both services and impact positively in meeting Millennium Development Goal 6. PMID:20871843

  3. High Energy Composite Propellant Containing ADN and HNF at Abroad%国外含ADN或HNF的高能复合推进剂

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    李上文; 赵凤起; 罗阳; 高茵

    2004-01-01

    二硝酰胺铵(ADN)和硝仿肼(HNF)是两种新型氧化剂,它们与固体推进剂常用的氧化剂AP相比具有能量贡献更大(比冲大3~10s)、燃烧产物低特征信号、无污染等特点.ADN在推进剂中应用的技术关键是球形化和提高化学安定性.实验证明,以ADN为基的推进剂在工艺上可行;燃烧稳定,燃速较高,在6~55MPa压力范围内n=0.68;化学安定性和相容性满足要求,故ADN将是21世纪首选的AP替代物.荷兰人近年在HNF的合成改进和纯度的提高方面取得很大进展,很大程度上克服了HNF安定性和相容性差的缺点,可以用复合推进剂的常用工艺制造出HTPB/HNF推进剂样品,并测出基本性能,但力学和长贮性能尚有待改进.

  4. 纳米金属Cu对ADN热分解的影响%Effects of Nanometer Cu Powder on ADN Thermal Decomposition

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    梁寒曙; 刘冠鹏

    2014-01-01

    为了研究纳米Cu粉催化剂对NH4N(NO)2(ADN)热分解的影响,采用DSC和TG研究了纳米Cu粉作用下ADN的热分解.结果表明,纳米Cu对ADN热分解起到较好的催化作用,可以将ADN热分解峰温从212.6℃提前至126.3℃,降低了86.3℃;纳米Cu粉使ADN的热分解呈现出2个明显的热分解过程,但仅对其第一步分解过程有明显催化作用,而对ADN分解的中间产物AN的吸热分解没有明显影响.同时对纳米Cu粉催化ADN热分解的机理进行了分析.

  5. High Efficient Undoped Blue Organic Light-emitting Diodes Based on ADN%基于ADN的非掺杂高效蓝色OLED器件

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    张刚; 姜文龙; 汪津; 王立忠; 王广德; 丁桂英

    2009-01-01

    采用真空蒸镀的方法,制备了以ADN为发光层的高效率非掺杂蓝色有机电致发光器件.器件的结构为ITO/2T-NATA(15 nm)/NPBx(15 nm)/ADN(25+d nm)/BCP(8 nm)/ Alq_3(30 nm)/LiF(0.5 nm)/Al.通过调整ADN层的厚度,研究了器件的发光性能.测试结果表明,器件在6 V电压时电流效率达到最大,为2.77 cd/A;在16 V时亮度达到最大,为7 227 cd/m~2.当ADN的厚度为30 nm、器件的电压从5 V变化到16 V时,色坐标在(0.21,0.32)至(0.19,0.29)之间,均在蓝光区域.

  6. HIV treatment for prevention

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    Ambrosioni Juan

    2011-05-01

    Full Text Available Abstract "No virus, no transmission." Studies have repeatedly shown that viral load (the quantity of virus present in blood and sexual secretions is the strongest predictor of HIV transmission during unprotected sex or transmission from infected mother to child. Effective treatment lowers viral load to undetectable levels. If one could identify and treat all HIV-infected people immediately after infection, the HIV/AIDS epidemic would eventually disappear. Such a radical solution is currently unrealistic. In reality, not all people get tested, especially when they fear stigma and discrimination. Thus, not all HIV-infected individuals are known. Of those HIV-positive individuals for whom the diagnosis is known, not all of them have access to therapy, agree to be treated, or are taking therapy effectively. Some on effective treatment will stop, and in others, the development of resistance will lead to treatment failure. Furthermore, resources are limited: should we provide drugs to asymptomatic HIV-infected individuals without indication for treatment according to guidelines in order to prevent HIV transmission at the risk of diverting funding from sick patients in urgent need? In fact, the preventive potential of anti-HIV drugs is unknown. Modellers have tried to fill the gap, but models differ depending on assumptions that are strongly debated. Further, indications for antiretroviral treatments expand; in places like Vancouver and San Francisco, the majority of HIV-positive individuals are now under treatment, and the incidence of new HIV infections has recently fallen. However, correlation does not necessarily imply causation. Finally, studies in couples where one partner is HIV-infected also appear to show that treatment reduces the risk of transmission. More definite studies, where a number of communities are randomized to either receive the "test-and-treat" approach or continue as before, are now in evaluation by funding agencies. Repeated

  7. HIV treatment for prevention.

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    Ambrosioni, Juan; Calmy, Alexandra; Hirschel, Bernard

    2011-01-01

    "No virus, no transmission." Studies have repeatedly shown that viral load (the quantity of virus present in blood and sexual secretions) is the strongest predictor of HIV transmission during unprotected sex or transmission from infected mother to child. Effective treatment lowers viral load to undetectable levels. If one could identify and treat all HIV-infected people immediately after infection, the HIV/AIDS epidemic would eventually disappear.Such a radical solution is currently unrealistic. In reality, not all people get tested, especially when they fear stigma and discrimination. Thus, not all HIV-infected individuals are known. Of those HIV-positive individuals for whom the diagnosis is known, not all of them have access to therapy, agree to be treated, or are taking therapy effectively. Some on effective treatment will stop, and in others, the development of resistance will lead to treatment failure. Furthermore, resources are limited: should we provide drugs to asymptomatic HIV-infected individuals without indication for treatment according to guidelines in order to prevent HIV transmission at the risk of diverting funding from sick patients in urgent need? In fact, the preventive potential of anti-HIV drugs is unknown. Modellers have tried to fill the gap, but models differ depending on assumptions that are strongly debated. Further, indications for antiretroviral treatments expand; in places like Vancouver and San Francisco, the majority of HIV-positive individuals are now under treatment, and the incidence of new HIV infections has recently fallen. However, correlation does not necessarily imply causation. Finally, studies in couples where one partner is HIV-infected also appear to show that treatment reduces the risk of transmission.More definite studies, where a number of communities are randomized to either receive the "test-and-treat" approach or continue as before, are now in evaluation by funding agencies. Repeated waves of testing would precisely

  8. MedlinePlus: HIV/AIDS Medicines

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    ... Training Center) Also in Spanish Side Effects (New Mexico AIDS Education and Training Center) Also in Spanish Side Effects of HIV Medicines: HIV and Diabetes (AIDSinfo) Side Effects of HIV Medicines: HIV and ...

  9. HIV Molecular Immunology 2014

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    Yusim, Karina [Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM (United States); Korber, Bette Tina Marie [Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM (United States); Barouch, Dan [Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA (United States); Koup, Richard [Vaccine Research Center National Institutes of Health (United States); de Boer, Rob [Utrecht Univ. (Netherlands). Dept. of Biology; Moore, John P. [Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY (United States). Weill Medical College; Brander, Christian [Institucioi Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avancats (ICREA), Barcelona (Spain); Haynes, Barton F. [Duke Univ., Durham, NC (United States). Duke Human Vaccine Institute and Departments of Medicine, Surgery and Immunology; Walker, Bruce D. [Ragon Institute of Massachusetts General Hospital, Cambridge, MA (United States); Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA (United States); Massachusetts Inst. of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA (United States)

    2015-02-03

    HIV Molecular Immunology is a companion volume to HIV Sequence Compendium. This publication, the 2014 edition, is the PDF version of the web-based HIV Immunology Database (http://www.hiv.lanl.gov/content/immunology/). The web interface for this relational database has many search options, as well as interactive tools to help immunologists design reagents and interpret their results. In the HIV Immunology Database, HIV-specific B-cell and T-cell responses are summarized and annotated. Immunological responses are divided into three parts, CTL, T helper, and antibody. Within these parts, defined epitopes are organized by protein and binding sites within each protein, moving from left to right through the coding regions spanning the HIV genome. We include human responses to natural HIV infections, as well as vaccine studies in a range of animal models and human trials. Responses that are not specifically defined, such as responses to whole proteins or monoclonal antibody responses to discontinuous epitopes, are summarized at the end of each protein section. Studies describing general HIV responses to the virus, but not to any specific protein, are included at the end of each part. The annotation includes information such as crossreactivity, escape mutations, antibody sequence, TCR usage, functional domains that overlap with an epitope, immune response associations with rates of progression and therapy, and how specific epitopes were experimentally defined. Basic information such as HLA specificities for T-cell epitopes, isotypes of monoclonal antibodies, and epitope sequences are included whenever possible. All studies that we can find that incorporate the use of a specific monoclonal antibody are included in the entry for that antibody. A single T-cell epitope can have multiple entries, generally one entry per study. Finally, maps of all defined linear epitopes relative to the HXB2 reference proteins are provided.

  10. HIV transmission biology: translation for HIV prevention.

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    Ronen, Keshet; Sharma, Amit; Overbaugh, Julie

    2015-11-01

    Rigorous testing of new HIV-prevention strategies is a time-consuming and expensive undertaking. Thus, making well informed decisions on which candidate-prevention approaches are most likely to provide the most benefit is critical to appropriately prioritizing clinical testing. In the case of biological interventions, the decision to test a given prevention approach in human trials rests largely on evidence of protection in preclinical studies. The ability of preclinical studies to predict efficacy in humans may depend on how well the model recapitulates key biological features of HIV transmission relevant to the question at hand. Here, we review our current understanding of the biology of HIV transmission based on data from animal models, cell culture, and viral sequence analysis from human infection. We summarize studies of the bottleneck in viral transmission; the characteristics of transmitted viruses; the establishment of infection; and the contribution of cell-free and cell-associated virus. We seek to highlight the implications of HIV-transmission biology for development of prevention interventions, and to discuss the limitations of existing preclinical models. PMID:26418086

  11. HIV among Gay and Bisexual Men

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    ... VIH En Español Get Tested Find an HIV testing site near you. Enter ZIP code or city Follow HIV/AIDS CDC HIV CDC HIV/AIDS See RSS | ... Email Updates on HIV Syndicated Content Website Feedback HIV Among Gay and Bisexual Men Format: Select one ...

  12. Comparación de cuatro métodos de restauración del adn en muestras de plasma y láminas de citología cérvico-uterina como una herramienta para mejorar la calidad de la muestra

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    Marquez, Pilar caterin

    2011-01-01

    Objetivos: comparar cuatro métodos de restauración del adn en plasma y láminas cérvico-uterinas como una herramienta para mejorar la calidad de la muestra. Métodos: a 20 muestras de plasma sanguíneo y 20 muestras de láminas citológicas, se les realizó aislamiento de adn mediante kit comercial y fenol-cloroformo. A todas las muestras se les realizó un tratamiento pre-pcr con cuatro diferentes tipos de actividad de adn polimerasa: 1. Exonucleasa y endonucleasa 5’-3’. 2. Exonucleasa 5’-3’. 3. Kl...

  13. HIV among Transgender People

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    ... mobilization, HIV testing, and coordinated referral networks and service integration). Developing Act Against AIDS communication materials to reach transgender people, including campaigns such as: Doing It , which ... & services . San Francisco, CA: University of California, San Francisco, ...

  14. Primaer HIV-infektion

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    Pedersen, C; Pedersen, B K

    1996-01-01

    Up to 70% of individuals with primary HIV infection will develop symptoms of an acute illness. The most common symptoms reported are fever, generalized lymphadenopathy, arthralgia and myalgia, headache, pharyngitis, enanthema, skin rash, diarrhoea, and mucocutaneous ulcerations. More rarely...

  15. HIV and Kidney Disease

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    ... Sheets Permission to Use Fact Sheets Sponsors and Advertising Privacy Policy Project ... Disease WHY SHOULD PEOPLE WITH HIV CARE ABOUT KIDNEY DISEASE? WHAT IS NORMAL KIDNEY FUNCTION? HOW DO I KNOW IF THERE ARE PROBLEMS ...

  16. HIV/AIDS

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    ... Casual contact, such as hugging Mosquitoes Participating in sports Touching items that were touched by a person ... 20 years. People with AIDS have had their immune system damaged by HIV. They are at very high ...

  17. HIV Genotypic Resistance Testing

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    ... of the disease progression and to minimize viral replication and mutation. However, a person may be initially infected with a drug-resistant HIV strain or drug resistance may develop during treatment, ...

  18. Drugs, Alcohol and HIV

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    ... Z) Hepatitis HIV Mental Health Mental Health Home Suicide Prevention Substance Abuse Military Sexual Trauma PTSD Research (MIRECC) Military Exposures Polytrauma Rehabilitation Spinal Cord Injury Telehealth Womens Health Issues Wellness Programs MyHealtheVet Nutrition Quitting Smoking ...

  19. Mental Health and HIV

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    ... Z) Hepatitis HIV Mental Health Mental Health Home Suicide Prevention Substance Abuse Military Sexual Trauma PTSD Research (MIRECC) Military Exposures Polytrauma Rehabilitation Spinal Cord Injury Telehealth Womens Health Issues Wellness Programs MyHealtheVet Nutrition Quitting Smoking ...

  20. Vaccinations and HIV

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    ... 23, 2014 Select a Language: Fact Sheet 207 Vaccinations and HIV WHAT ARE VACCINATIONS? WHAT’S DIFFERENT FOR ... your viral load within 4 weeks of any vaccination. Flu shots have been studied more than any ...

  1. HIV Molecular Immunology 2015

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    Yusim, Karina [Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM (United States). Theoretical Division; Korber, Bette Tina [Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM (United States). Theoretical Division; Brander, Christian [Institucio Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avancats (ICREA), Barcelona (Spain); Barouch, Dan [Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA (United States). Division of Vaccine Research; de Boer, Rob [Utrecht University, Utrecht (Netherlands). Faculty of Biology; Haynes, Barton F. [Duke Univ., Durham, NC (United States). Duke Human Vaccine Institute and Departments of Medicine, Surgery and Immunology; Koup, Richard [National Inst. of Health (NIH), Bethesda, MD (United States). Vaccine Research Center; Moore, John P. [Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY (United States). Weill Medical College; Walker, Bruce D. [Ragon Institute, Cambridge, MA (United States); Watkins, David [Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center, Madison, WI (United States)

    2016-04-05

    The scope and purpose of the HIV molecular immunology database: HIV Molecular Immunology is a companion volume to HIV Sequence Compendium. This publication, the 2015 edition, is the PDF version of the web-based HIV Immunology Database (http://www.hiv.lanl.gov/ content/immunology/). The web interface for this relational database has many search options, as well as interactive tools to help immunologists design reagents and interpret their results. In the HIV Immunology Database, HIV-specific B-cell and T-cell responses are summarized and annotated. Immunological responses are divided into three parts, CTL, T helper, and antibody. Within these parts, defined epitopes are organized by protein and binding sites within each protein, moving from left to right through the coding regions spanning the HIV genome. We include human responses to natural HIV infections, as well as vaccine studies in a range of animal models and human trials. Responses that are not specifically defined, such as responses to whole proteins or monoclonal antibody responses to discontinuous epitopes, are summarized at the end of each protein section. Studies describing general HIV responses to the virus, but not to any specific protein, are included at the end of each part. The annotation includes information such as cross-reactivity, escape mutations, antibody sequence, TCR usage, functional domains that overlap with an epitope, immune response associations with rates of progression and therapy, and how specific epitopes were experimentally defined. Basic information such as HLA specificities for T-cell epitopes, isotypes of monoclonal antibodies, and epitope sequences are included whenever possible. All studies that we can find that incorporate the use of a specific monoclonal antibody are included in the entry for that antibody. A single T-cell epitope can have multiple entries, generally one entry per study. Finally, maps of all defined linear epitopes relative to the HXB2 reference proteins

  2. A patient carrying HIV

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    Adeela, Bashir

    2009-01-01

    A 52-year-old Caucasian man presented to hospital with confusion and was treated for a urinary tract infection. He developed new and unexpected signs and symptoms during his stay in hospital. On further questioning, the story of his social background unfolded and, following further investigation, he was diagnosed with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). This case reminds all clinicians to think about HIV in the older patient and it also gives direction for investigation and management of simi...

  3. Papel de los radicales libres sobre el ADN: carcinogénesis y terapia antioxidante Role of the free radicals on DNA: carcinogenesis and antioxidant therapy

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    Adonis E Zorrilla García

    2004-03-01

    Full Text Available Se realizó una revisión acerca del papel de los radicales libres sobre el ADN. Según datos de incidencia obtenidos por registros de cáncer existentes en el mundo y los datos de mortalidad mundial disponibles, se puede estimar que se producen más de 8 000 000 de casos nuevos de cáncer al año (exceptuando los cánceres de piel diferentes del melanoma. Han sido estas las razones que han convertido al cáncer en un problema sanitario de primer orden, con la paradoja de que tanto su incidencia como su mortalidad aumentan a pesar de los grandes progresos en el diagnóstico y tratamiento alcanzados en los últimos años. De manera general el tratamiento clínico de esta enfermedad consiste en el tratamiento de los síntomas, buscando mejorar la calidad de vida de estos pacientes, y no en las posibles causas, como la generación de radicales libres en el organismoA review on the role of free radicals on DNA was made. According to incidence data obtained from cancer registries existing in the world and the available data of world mortality, it can be estimated that every year appear 8 000 000 new cases of cancer (excepting skin cancer different from melanoma. These have been the reasons that have turned cancer into a priority health problem with the paradox that both its incidence and its mortality increase in spite of the great progress attained in its diagnosis and treatment during the last years. In general, the clinical treatment of this disease consists in treating the symptoms in order to improve the quality of life of these patients and not in the possible causes as the generation of free radicals in the organism

  4. Genética y Arqueología : Análisis molecular de ADN procedente de restos esqueléticos.

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    N. Izaguirre

    1998-01-01

    Full Text Available La recuperación de moléculas de ADN mitocondrial (ADNmt de   muestras esqueléticas de diversa antigüedad, permite estudiar la   variabilidad genética de los grupos humanos del pasado. El análisis del ADNmt en tejido antiguo presenta una ventaja fundamental frente al nuclear, debido a su alto número de copias por célula. Los principales problemas metodológicos descritos en este tipo de   análisis, han podido resolverse en aquellos casos en que las   muestras presentaban buenas condiciones de preservación. Estos han sido fundamentalmente : 1.- inhibición de la amplificación,2.- autentificación de los resultados y 3.- detección y   eliminación de la contaminación. La variabilidad en el éxito de la amplificación entre individuos de un mismo yacimiento, indica que las condiciones individuales de cada inhumación son más importantes que la antigüedad. Por otro lado, las piezas dentarias han demostrado ser el material más adecuado para el estudio del ADNmt antiguo. La interpretación de los datos a nivel poblacional sólo es posible en aquellos yacimientos que presentan un amplio número de individuos, dado el relativamente bajo rendimiento de la metodología.

  5. HIV, poverty and women.

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    Rodrigo, Chaturaka; Rajapakse, Senaka

    2010-03-01

    This review examines the interactions of financial status and HIV and its implications for women. MEDLINE and Google scholar were searched using the keywords 'women', 'poverty' and 'HIV' in any field of the article. The search was limited to articles published in English over the last 10 years. The first section of the article tries to establish whether poverty or wealth is a risk factor for HIV. There is credible evidence for both arguments. While wealth shows an increased risk for both sexes, poverty places women at a special disadvantage. The second section explains how the financial status interacts with other 'non biological' factors to put women at increased risk. While discrimination based on these factors disadvantage women, there are some paradoxical observations that do not fit with the traditional line of explanation (e.g. paradoxical impact of wealth and education on HIV). The final section assesses the impact of HIV in driving poverty and the role of women in interventional programmes. The specific impact of poverty on females in families living with HIV is less explored. Though microfinance initiatives to empower women are a good idea in theory, the actual outcome of such a programme is less convincing. PMID:24037044

  6. Side Effects of HIV Medicines: HIV and Lipodystrophy

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    ... of the following HIV medicines in the nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NRTI) drug class . Stavudine (brand name: Zerit) Zidovudine ( ... is an HIV medicine in the non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NNRTI) drug class . Efavirenz is one of the ...

  7. Identificacion de marcadores genéticos del agente causal del marchitamiento del clavel fusarium oxysporum f.sp. dianthi mediante amplificacion arbitraria de fragmentos polimórficos de adn

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    Arbeláez G.; Hernández J.; Junca H.; Posada M.; Portillo P. Del

    2011-01-01

    La técnica de Amplificación Arbitraria de Fragmentos Polimórficos de ADN (RAPD) fue utilizada para identificar marcadores genéticos útiles para el desarrollo de un método diagnóstico para Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. dianthi, el agente etiológico de la enfermedad del marchitamiento del clavel. Con el fin de identificar fragmentos genéticos característicos de este patógeno, un total de 18 aislados diferentes, provenientes de diferentes lugares del mundo y 17 cepas de F. oxysporum de otras formas e...

  8. 含气相细节化学反应的二硝酰胺铵燃烧模型%Ammonium dinitramide (ADN) combustion model with detailed gas phase reactions

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    段毅; 刘宇

    2009-01-01

    为了研究二硝酰胺铵ADN(Ammonium DiNitramide)燃烧中的细节物理化学过程,建立了一个包含细节气相化学反应的ADN燃烧数学计算模型.该模型基于总连续方程,组元连续方程及能量守恒方程而建立,并运用了有限速率化学动力学原理,最后引入多组元系统状态方程以封闭方程组.此外,该燃烧模型还成功应用了包含34种组元和165个细节气相化学反应的化学动力学方案.使用该模型对0.3MPa下ADN燃烧气相组元摩尔分数与火焰温度分布进行预测,计算结果与试验数据相当吻合,说明该燃烧能够准确描述ADN气相燃烧波结构.%A numerical calculation model with detailed gas phase reactions was developed to study the physical and chemical processes involved in ammonium dinitramide( ADN) combustion. The model was based on the conservation equations of mass, species concentration and energy, and takes into account finite-rate chemical kinetics. At last, the equation of state for a multicomponent system was employed to close the equations. A chemical kinetics scheme, containing totally 34 species and 165 reactions, was established and employed in the model. The model was applied to predict species mole fractions and temperature profiles in ADN gas phase flame at 0. 3 MPa. The agreements between calculation results and experimental data are very well. The results show that the model can predict ADN gas phase combustion wave accurately.

  9. Uso del Fingerprinting de ADN para asignar paternidad en un rebaño con casos de malformación congénita de la pared abdominal Application of DNA Fingerprinting to determine paternity in cattle with large congenital abdominal wall defect progeny

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    N. GORLA; Benavides, F; M. SALAVERRI; R. LUDUEÑA; N. GRANDOLI; E. CORLEY; Larripa, I.

    1998-01-01

    Se evaluó la efectividad del fingerprinting de ADN para determinarla paternidad en un rebaño bovino con casos de malformacióncongénita de la pared abdominal. La técnica elegida fue elfingerprinting multilocus con la sonda (CAC)5. Las muestrasde ADN fueron obtenidas de sangre periférica por los métodoshabituales, digeridas con la enzima de restricción Hae III, transferidasa membranas de nylon e hibridadas. Se analizaron en forma visual los patronesde banda obtenidos y los datos fueron procesad...

  10. Frequency and Implications of HIV Superinfection

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    Redd, Andrew D.; Quinn, Thomas C; Tobian, Aaron A. R.

    2013-01-01

    HIV superinfection (HIV-SI) occurs when an HIV infected individual is infected with a new distinct HIV viral strain. HIV-SI has been reported throughout the world, and studies have reported HIV-SI incidence rates of 0% to 7.7% per year. Recent use of next-generation sequencing has improved detection of HIV-SI. Several studies have suggested that HIV-SI may occur at rates comparable to initial HIV infection. HIV-SI has been shown to be transmitted by injecting drug use, heterosexual and homose...

  11. Side Effects of HIV Medicines: HIV and Rash

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    Side Effects of HIV Medicines HIV and Rash (Last updated 1/7/2016; last reviewed 1/7/2016) Key Points A rash is an irritated area of ... requires immediate medical attention. Why do people with HIV develop rash? A rash is an irritated area ...

  12. Side Effects of HIV Medicines: HIV and Osteoporosis

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    Side Effects of HIV Medicines HIV and Osteoporosis (Last updated 1/11/2016; last reviewed 1/11/2016) Key Points Osteoporosis ... Guidelines for the Use of Antiretroviral Agents in HIV-1-Infected Adults and Adolescents: Adverse Effects of Antiretroviral Agents From the National Institutes of ...

  13. Research Report: HIV/AIDS

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    ... Reports » HIV/AIDS » Letter from the Director HIV/AIDS Email Facebook Twitter Letter from the Director Human ... the virus that causes acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) — has been with us for three decades now. ...

  14. Women and HIV/AIDS

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    ... About Us Contact Us Text size | Print | HIV/AIDS This information in Spanish ( en español ) The human ... HIV, is a sexually transmitted infection and causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, or AIDS. Today, about one in four Americans ...

  15. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... HIV destroys a certain kind of white blood cell that is crucial to the normal function of the human immune system. Loss of these CD4+ cells in people with HIV is a key predictor ...

  16. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... risky choices that ultimately led to an HIV-positive diagnosis. The "After the Party" PSA tells the story of the girl who is HIV-positive (from the "Text Message" spot) from her own ...

  17. HIV/AIDS in Women

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    HIV, the human immunodeficiency virus, kills or damages cells of the body's immune system. The most advanced stage of infection with HIV is AIDS, which stands for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. ...

  18. HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials

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    ... Home Apps APIs Widgets Order Publications Skip Nav HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials Home > Clinical Trials Español small ... Renal (Kidney) Complications/Damage Skin Diseases FDA-Approved HIV Drugs Abacavir Atazanavir Atripla Cobicistat Combivir Complera Darunavir ...

  19. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... about the link between drug abuse and HIV. We have produced a set of multicultural public service ... many of us think about HIV/AIDS when we’re at parties or hanging out with friends? ...

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    Full Text Available ... 1 Some hopeful news is that, in recent years, HIV is no longer a death sentence, as ... contracting HIV. In general, middle and late teen years are when young people engage in risk-taking ...

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    Full Text Available ... HIV patients who do not abuse drugs. In animal studies, methamphetamine has been shown to increase the ... risky choices that ultimately led to an HIV-positive diagnosis. The "After the Party" PSA tells the ...

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    Full Text Available ... HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is the virus that causes AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome). AIDS is a ... time. The virus (HIV) and the disease it causes (AIDS) are often linked and referred to as " ...

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    Full Text Available ... HIV to their babies during pregnancy, delivery, and breastfeeding. HIV destroys a certain kind of white blood ... It provides them with useful information on the science behind drug abuse. NIDA’s Easy-to-Read Drug ...

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    Full Text Available ... the Facts What are HIV and AIDS? HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is the virus that causes AIDS ( ... is crucial to the normal function of the human immune system. Loss of these CD4+ cells in ...

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    Full Text Available ... to raise awareness among this generation of the real risks of drug use for transmitting HIV, and ... Visual AIDS Bus Boys and Poets Sistahs Getting Real About HIV Conference Radio Stations: WTOP Radio WPFW ...

  6. HIV, AIDS, and Older People

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    ... symptoms to appear, or any time in between. Signs of HIV include flu-like symptoms such as headache, cough, diarrhea, fevers, and/or sweats. Additional signs of HIV include swollen glands, lack of energy, loss of ...

  7. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... Related Topics Addiction Science Adolescent Brain Comorbidity College-Age & Young Adults Criminal Justice Drugged Driving Drug Testing ... please visit: http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/risk/age/youth/index.html​ . Resources Publications Drug Facts: HIV/ ...

  8. HIV/AIDS: Women's Health

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    ... Hospitalization and Palliative Care Friends & Family Dating and Marriage Family Planning Mixed-Status Couples Discrimination Legal Issues ... National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day National Latino AIDS ...

  9. What Is HIV/AIDS?

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    ... Hospitalization and Palliative Care Friends & Family Dating and Marriage Family Planning Mixed-Status Couples Discrimination Legal Issues ... National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day National Latino AIDS ...

  10. HIV/AIDS and Vaccines

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    ... Hospitalization and Palliative Care Friends & Family Dating and Marriage Family Planning Mixed-Status Couples Discrimination Legal Issues ... National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day National Latino AIDS ...

  11. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... learn-link-drugs-hiv . 120x90 460x80 486x60 Social Media Send the message to young people and to parents, teachers, and the media about the link between drug abuse and HIV. ...

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    Full Text Available ... function of the human immune system. Loss of these CD4+ cells in people with HIV is a ... HIV/AIDS, and what to do to counter these trends. Online Resources NIDA for Teens Web site : ...

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    Full Text Available ... abuse and HIV infection. It contains information for young people, parents and teachers, and the media with links ... 177(1):355-361. How are Teens Affected? Young people are at risk for contracting HIV. In general, ...

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    Full Text Available ... made risky choices that ultimately led to an HIV-positive diagnosis. The "After the Party" PSA tells the story of the girl who is HIV-positive (from the "Text Message" spot) from her ...

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    Full Text Available ... Post-Award Concerns General Information Grant & Contract Application Process Funding Priorities Research Training News & Events News Nora's ... hiv-aids-101/statistics/ . Reference Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for HIV, STD, and ...

  16. Diagnostik af HIV-1 infektionen

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    Christiansen, C B; Dickmeiss, E; Bygbjerg, Ib Christian

    1991-01-01

    Different methods have been developed for the diagnosis of HIV infection, i.e. detection of antibodies, antigen and proviral DNA. ELISA methods for detecting HIV-1 antibodies are widely used as screening assays. A sample which is repeatedly positive with ELISA is re-tested with a confirmatory test......, e.g. western blot. Antibodies to HIV-1 are not detectable until 2-3 months after infection, but antigens may be detectable during the last weeks of this initial period, though they disappear with the appearance of the antibodies. In the later stages of HIV infection, HIV antigen is again detectable...... in a proportion of patients. Detection and quantitation of HIV antigen are used as indicators of disease progression and for monitoring the antiviral efficacy of therapeutic interventions. When no antibodies or antigens can be detected in persons suspected of having HIV infection, culture of HIV can...

  17. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... influence of drugs and alcohol engaged in risky sexual behavior that resulted in HIV infection. Watch the "After ... poor decision making, which can result in risky sexual behaviors and HIV infection. Although the characters are fictional, ...

  18. Pyoderma gangrenosum in HIV patient

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    Sayal S

    1997-01-01

    Full Text Available Pyoderma gangrenosum (PG has previously been reported in very few patients with HIV infection. We describe here a 30-year-old housewife with HIV infection having multiple ulcerations over lower limbs characteristic of PG.

  19. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... gov : This blog fosters public discussions on using new media effectively in response to HIV/AIDS, as ... as HIV/AIDS research and policies. AIDS.gov New Media Tools : These new media tools offer new ...

  20. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... causes AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome). AIDS is a disease of the immune system for which there ... causes (AIDS) are often linked and referred to as "HIV/AIDS." HIV can be transferred between people ...

  1. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... or decrease symptoms of illness. To learn about current statistics of HIV in the United States, please ... programs also serve an important role in providing current information on HIV/AIDS and related diseases, counseling ...

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    Full Text Available ... the link between drug abuse and HIV infection. It contains information for young people, parents and teachers, ... present time. The virus (HIV) and the disease it causes (AIDS) are often linked and referred to ...

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    Full Text Available ... cdc.gov/hiv/risk/age/youth/index.html​ . Resources Publications Drug Facts: HIV/AIDS and Drug Abuse: ... what to do to counter these trends. Online Resources NIDA for Teens Web site : This Web site ...

  4. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... HIV patients who do not abuse drugs. In animal studies, methamphetamine has been shown to increase the ... on HIV/AIDS and related diseases, counseling and testing services, and referrals for medical and social services. ...

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    Full Text Available ... Drugs of abuse and HIV both affect the brain. Research has shown that HIV causes greater injury to cells in the brain and cognitive impairment among methamphetamine abusers than among ...

  6. Creating a National HIV Curriculum.

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    Spach, David H; Wood, Brian R; Karpenko, Andrew; Unruh, Kenton T; Kinney, Rebecca G; Roscoe, Clay; Nelson, John

    2016-01-01

    In recent years, the HIV care provider workforce has not kept pace with an expanding HIV epidemic. To effectively address this HIV workforce shortage, a multipronged approach is needed that includes high-quality, easily accessible, up-to-date HIV education for trainees and practicing providers. Toward this objective, the University of Washington, in collaboration with the AIDS Education and Training Center National Coordinating Resource Center, is developing a modular, dynamic curriculum that addresses the entire spectrum of the HIV care continuum. Herein, we outline the general principles, content, organization, and features of this federally funded National HIV Curriculum, which allows for longitudinal, active, self-directed learning, as well as real-time evaluation, tracking, and feedback at the individual and group level. The online curriculum, which is in development, will provide a free, comprehensive, interactive HIV training and resource tool that can support national efforts to expand and strengthen the United States HIV clinical care workforce. PMID:27086188

  7. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... blood cell that is crucial to the normal function of the human immune system. Loss of these ... of abuse and HIV both affect the brain. Research has shown that HIV causes greater injury to ...

  8. ORAL CANDIDIASIS AND HIV INFECTION

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    Prabhu, Rachana Vishnudas

    2013-01-01

    The acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) pandemic, caused by infection with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) dramatically illustrates the awesome transmission capabilities of disease. Oral manifestations of HIV have been important in identification of patients harboring the HIV virus and in predicting the decline in their immune system Oral candidiasis is one of the earliest premonitory signs of HIV infection and its diagnosis may have grave prognostic implications for the eventual dev...

  9. Living with HIV: Patients Perspective

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    2009-06-04

    This podcast showcases three people who are living with HIV. The patients share their experiences of being diagnosed with HIV, of the treatments they are undergoing, and on taking responsibility for their health.  Created: 6/4/2009 by Division of HIV and AIDS Prevention (DHAP), National Center for HIV, Hepatitis, STD, and Tuberculosis Prevention ( NCHHSTP).   Date Released: 6/4/2009.

  10. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... HIV, as well as other information about the science of drug abuse is available at NIDA's home page . blog.AIDS.gov : This blog fosters public discussions on using new media effectively in response to HIV/AIDS, as well as HIV/AIDS research and policies. AIDS.gov New Media Tools : These ...

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    Full Text Available ... HIV, as well as other information about the science of drug abuse is available at NIDA's home page . blog.AIDS.gov : This blog fosters public discussions on using new media effectively in response to HIV/AIDS, as well as HIV/AIDS research and policies. AIDS.gov New Media Tools : These new media ...

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    Full Text Available ... CDC, DHHS. Retrieved June 2012 How are Drug Abuse and HIV Related? Drug abuse and addiction have been linked with HIV/AIDS ... this regard, the role that non-injection drug abuse plays in the spread of HIV is less ...

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    Full Text Available ... Plan Search Share Print Home » News & Events » Public Education Projects » Learn the Link - Drugs and HIV Learn the Link - Drugs and HIV Email Facebook Twitter 2005 –Ongoing Behaviors associated with drug abuse are among the main factors in the spread of HIV infection in the ...

  16. Vaccination scars in HIV infected patients – does vaccinia vaccination confer protection against HIV?

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    Jespersen, Sanne; Hønge, Bo Langhoff; Medina, Candida;

    Vaccination scars in HIV infected patients – does vaccinia vaccination confer protection against HIV?......Vaccination scars in HIV infected patients – does vaccinia vaccination confer protection against HIV?...

  17. Regional Differences in Prevalence of HIV-1 Discordance in Africa and Enrollment of HIV-1 Discordant Couples into an HIV-1 Prevention Trial

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    Jairam R Lingappa; Lambdin, Barrot; Bukusi, Elizabeth Ann; Ngure, Kenneth; Kavuma, Linda; Inambao, Mubiana; Kanweka, William; Allen, Susan; Kiarie, James N.; Were, Edwin; Manongi, Rachel; Coetzee, David; de Bruyn, Guy; Delany-Moretlwe, Sinead; MAGARET, Amalia

    2008-01-01

    Background: Most HIV-1 transmission in Africa occurs among HIV-1-discordant couples (one partner HIV-1 infected and one uninfected) who are unaware of their discordant HIV-1 serostatus. Given the high HIV-1 incidence among HIV-1 discordant couples and to assess efficacy of interventions for reducing HIV-1 transmission, HIV-1 discordant couples represent a critical target population for HIV-1 prevention interventions and prevention trials. Substantial regional differences exist in HIV-1 preval...

  18. HIV in Southeast Asia.

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    Abrams, S

    1998-01-01

    This article explores the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Southeast Asia. Prostitution and injecting drug use are two major factors in the appearance of HIV/AIDS in a country. But, it is the correct social network that assures its transmission to epidemic proportions. Heterosexual transmission in Cambodia, Myanmar, and Thailand is linked with prevalence among female sex workers and their clients. In Malaysia, the Ministry of Health responded immediately, but the number of new infections continued to increase. The failures suggest the need for more effective, intensive health education programs, outreach by nongovernmental organizations, and peer education at the grassroots level and in remote areas. Public health officials need to promote political change. International agencies could play an important role, if countries such as Myanmar, Cambodia, and Viet Nam were open to international exchanges. In Myanmar, political unrest has a priority over the need for aggressive health interventions. In Indonesia, the Islamic influence prevents recognition of the country's significant sex industry or the existence of a homosexual community. In Cambodia, health officials warned about the high number of sexual partners, high mobility rate, and low condom use, but HIV spread rapidly in the 1990s. Thailand initiated a 100% condom campaign to combat HIV prevalence in the 1990s, and HIV prevalence declined among sex workers and military recruits. Risk factors for rapid transmission include mobility, the number of sexual partners/sex worker, the proportion engaging in commercial sex, and the rate of regular condom use among sex workers. PMID:12294443

  19. HIV Sequence Compendium 2015

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    Foley, Brian Thomas [Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM (United States); Leitner, Thomas Kenneth [Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM (United States); Apetrei, Cristian [Univ. of Pittsburgh, PA (United States); Hahn, Beatrice [Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA (United States); Mizrachi, Ilene [National Center for Biotechnology Information, Bethesda, MD (United States); Mullins, James [Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA (United States); Rambaut, Andrew [Univ. of Edinburgh, Scotland (United Kingdom); Wolinsky, Steven [Northwestern Univ., Evanston, IL (United States); Korber, Bette Tina Marie [Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM (United States)

    2015-10-05

    This compendium is an annual printed summary of the data contained in the HIV sequence database. We try to present a judicious selection of the data in such a way that it is of maximum utility to HIV researchers. Each of the alignments attempts to display the genetic variability within the different species, groups and subtypes of the virus. This compendium contains sequences published before January 1, 2015. Hence, though it is published in 2015 and called the 2015 Compendium, its contents correspond to the 2014 curated alignments on our website. The number of sequences in the HIV database is still increasing. In total, at the end of 2014, there were 624,121 sequences in the HIV Sequence Database, an increase of 7% since the previous year. This is the first year that the number of new sequences added to the database has decreased compared to the previous year. The number of near complete genomes (>7000 nucleotides) increased to 5834 by end of 2014. However, as in previous years, the compendium alignments contain only a fraction of these. A more complete version of all alignments is available on our website, http://www.hiv.lanl.gov/ content/sequence/NEWALIGN/align.html As always, we are open to complaints and suggestions for improvement. Inquiries and comments regarding the compendium should be addressed to seq-info@lanl.gov.

  20. Laboratory diagnostics for HIV infection

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    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available Laboratory diagnosis of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV infection is fundamental for detecting and monitoring infection. Many diagnostic tools are available that are based on both detection of HIV-specific antibodies and virus antigen, or nucleic acid. As technology evolves, HIV testing assays are being improved providing better sensitivity and specificity. In this short review, we summarize the common and new methodologies that are being used in laboratories, from the HIV antibody-based assays to the new tests for the detection of HIV nucleic acids.

  1. Preventing HIV infection.

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    Coates, T J; Collins, C

    1998-07-01

    The primary way of preventing HIV infections is to change behaviors that enable transmission of the virus, specifically those behaviors relating to sex and drug injection. Realistic public health workers have focused on encouraging adoption of safer sexual practices, primarily condom use. The fundamental way to persuade people to engage in preventive practices is through targeted education aimed at particularly at-risk communities. Other effective behavioral interventions against HIV infections are: testing and follow-up counseling; comprehensive sex education; peer influence and community action; advertising and marketing; easing access to condoms; physician-patient dialogue; drug treatment; access to clean needles; and direct outreach. On the contrary, interventions that do not work are the following: one-time exposure to information; delivering a single message; abstinence-only programs; and coercive measures to identify people with HIV or their sexual partners. PMID:9648304

  2. Revisiting HIV-1 uncoating

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    Arhel Nathalie

    2010-11-01

    Full Text Available Abstract HIV uncoating is defined as the loss of viral capsid that occurs within the cytoplasm of infected cells before entry of the viral genome into the nucleus. It is an obligatory step of HIV-1 early infection and accompanies the transition between reverse transcription complexes (RTCs, in which reverse transcription occurs, and pre-integration complexes (PICs, which are competent to integrate into the host genome. The study of the nature and timing of HIV-1 uncoating has been paved with difficulties, particularly as a result of the vulnerability of the capsid assembly to experimental manipulation. Nevertheless, recent studies of capsid structure, retroviral restriction and mechanisms of nuclear import, as well as the recent expansion of technical advances in genome-wide studies and cell imagery approaches, have substantially changed our understanding of HIV uncoating. Although early work suggested that uncoating occurs immediately following viral entry in the cell, thus attributing a trivial role for the capsid in infected cells, recent data suggest that uncoating occurs several hours later and that capsid has an all-important role in the cell that it infects: for transport towards the nucleus, reverse transcription and nuclear import. Knowing that uncoating occurs at a later stage suggests that the viral capsid interacts extensively with the cytoskeleton and other cytoplasmic components during its transport to the nucleus, which leads to a considerable reassessment of our efforts to identify potential therapeutic targets for HIV therapy. This review discusses our current understanding of HIV uncoating, the functional interplay between infectivity and timely uncoating, as well as exposing the appropriate methods to study uncoating and addressing the many questions that remain unanswered.

  3. Revisiting HIV-1 uncoating.

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    Arhel, Nathalie

    2010-01-01

    HIV uncoating is defined as the loss of viral capsid that occurs within the cytoplasm of infected cells before entry of the viral genome into the nucleus. It is an obligatory step of HIV-1 early infection and accompanies the transition between reverse transcription complexes (RTCs), in which reverse transcription occurs, and pre-integration complexes (PICs), which are competent to integrate into the host genome. The study of the nature and timing of HIV-1 uncoating has been paved with difficulties, particularly as a result of the vulnerability of the capsid assembly to experimental manipulation. Nevertheless, recent studies of capsid structure, retroviral restriction and mechanisms of nuclear import, as well as the recent expansion of technical advances in genome-wide studies and cell imagery approaches, have substantially changed our understanding of HIV uncoating. Although early work suggested that uncoating occurs immediately following viral entry in the cell, thus attributing a trivial role for the capsid in infected cells, recent data suggest that uncoating occurs several hours later and that capsid has an all-important role in the cell that it infects: for transport towards the nucleus, reverse transcription and nuclear import. Knowing that uncoating occurs at a later stage suggests that the viral capsid interacts extensively with the cytoskeleton and other cytoplasmic components during its transport to the nucleus, which leads to a considerable reassessment of our efforts to identify potential therapeutic targets for HIV therapy. This review discusses our current understanding of HIV uncoating, the functional interplay between infectivity and timely uncoating, as well as exposing the appropriate methods to study uncoating and addressing the many questions that remain unanswered. PMID:21083892

  4. Evaluación del ADN espermático de llamas utilizando azul de toluidina Evaluation of llama sperm dna using toluidine blue

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    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available El colorante azul de toluidina (AT se une al ADN permitiendo diferenciar espermatozoides de acuerdo al grado de condensación de la cromatina. Los objetivos de este trabajo fueron: poner a punto una técnica que evalúe la condensación de la cromatina espermática de llama, determinar los patrones de condensación para la especie mediante la tinción con AT y determinar si es posible utilizar ditíotreitol (DTT como control positivo de la tinción. Se ensayaron 2 tiempos de fijación de las muestras con etanol 96 º (2 y 30 minutos y 3 tiempos de incubación con DTT al 1% (30 seg, 1,5 min y 3 min. Los patrones de coloración observados fueron: coloración celeste (negativos, sin alteración en la condensación normal de la cromatina, violeta claro (intermedios, algún grado de descondensación, violeta oscuro (positivos, alto grado de descondensación. No se observaron diferencias significativas entre los tiempos de fijación tanto en las muestras con y sin DTT. En conclusión, se logró simplificar la técnica de AT y determinar los diferentes patrones en espermatozoides de llama. Se comprobó que la incubación con DTT se puede utilizar como control positivo de la técnica y para evaluar la susceptibilidad de cada individuo a la descondensación in vitro.Toluidine blue stain (TB binds to DNA, allowing differentiation of spermatozoa according to the degree of chromatin condensation. The objectives of this study were to adapt a technique for evaluating sperm chromatin in llamas, determine chromatin condensation patterns in llamas using TB and determine if it is possible to use dithiothreitol (DTT as a positive control for the stain. Two fixation times with ethanol 96° (2 and 30 minutes and 3 incubation times with 1% DTT (30 s, 1.5 min and 3 min were studied. Staining patterns observed were: light blue (negative, without alteration in the normal chromatin condensation, light violet (intermediate, some degree of decondensation, dark violet

  5. El diseño ciberperiodístico español: análisis de los casos de Vilaweb y ADN

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    David Parra

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available ResumenEl proceso diacrónico del diseño ciberperiodístico español atraviesa tres etapas: la mera réplica online de las publicaciones en papel, característico de la segunda mitad de los años noventa; la apuesta por ejes directrices como multimedialidad e interactividad, propia de los ciberperiódicos de la primera mitad de la primera década del siglo XXI; y la situación actual, en la que se profundiza en los rasgos anteriores y se incide en nuevos formatos como la telefoníamóvil. Para verificar la realidad de dichas tendencias hemos procedido al análisis de dos medios paradigmáticos del ciberperiodismo español: Vilaweb (el primero en apostar por una realidad como Internet y ADN (pionero en la adaptación de su diseño a realidades emergentes como Web 2.0 y Periodismo 3.0. La realización de dicho análisis se ha basado en el estudio de los elementos anteriormente indicados y su aplicación a las páginas web de estos cibermedios.Además el examen de estos dos casos permitirá comprender mejor este conjunto de tendencias a corto, medio y largo plazo.AbstractThe diachronic process of Spanish cyberjournalism design crosses over three steps: a mere online copy of newspapers, typical of the second half of the nineties; the strengthening of strategic axis like multimedia and interactivity, on the first half of the first decade of 21st century; and nowadays, making deeper all of these features and searching new formats like mobile telephony. In order to verify the truth of these tendencies, two of the paradigmatic Spanish cybermedia have been studied: Vilaweb (the first one to incorporate to Internet and AND (a pioneer in the adaptation of its design to items like Web 2.0 or Cyberjournalism 3.0. This analysis is based in these elements and their application to the web sites of the two cybermedia. The study of these two case stories will also allow us to understand in a better way this group of short, middle and long term tendencies.

  6. HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials Fact Sheet

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    HIV Prevention HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials (Last updated 9/15/2015; last reviewed 9/15/2015) Key Points HIV/AIDS clinical ... safe and effective in people. What is an HIV/AIDS clinical trial? HIV/AIDS clinical trials help ...

  7. Aggressive HIV-1?

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    2005-01-01

    Abstract New York City health officials announced on February 11, 2005 that a patient rapidly developed full-blown AIDS shortly after being diagnosed with a rare, drug-resistant strain of HIV-1. The New York City Department of Health issued an alert to all hospitals and doctors and a press conference was held to announce the emergence of an aggressive HIV-1 strain that may be difficult to treat and that appears to trigger rapid progression to AIDS. Is the panic justified?

  8. Benchmarking HIV health care

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    Podlekareva, Daria; Reekie, Joanne; Mocroft, Amanda;

    2012-01-01

    ABSTRACT: BACKGROUND: State-of-the-art care involving the utilisation of multiple health care interventions is the basis for an optimal long-term clinical prognosis for HIV-patients. We evaluated health care for HIV-patients based on four key indicators. METHODS: Four indicators of health care were...... to North, patients from other regions had significantly lower odds of virological response; the difference was most pronounced for East and Argentina (adjusted OR 0.16[95%CI 0.11-0.23, p care utilization...

  9. Leishmaniasis in HIV infection.

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    Paredes R

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available Herein we review the particular aspects of leishmaniasis associated with HIV infection. The data in this review are mainly from papers identified from PubMed searches and from papers in reference lists of reviewed articles and from the authors′ personal archives. Epidemiological data of HIV/Leishmania co-infection is discussed, with special focus on the influence of Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART on incidence of leishmaniasis and transmission modalities. Microbiological characteristics, pathogenesis, clinical presentation and specific treatment of the co-infection are also presented.

  10. HIV peripheral neuropathy.

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    Gabbai, Alberto Alain; Castelo, Adauto; Oliveira, Acary Souza Bulle

    2013-01-01

    Peripheral neuropathies are the most common neurological manifestations occurring in HIV-infected individuals. Distal symmetrical sensory neuropathy is the most common form encountered today and is one of the few that are specific to HIV infection or its treatment. The wide variety of other neuropathies is akin to the neuropathies seen in the general population and should be managed accordingly. In the pre-ART era, neuropathies were categorized according to the CD4 count and HIV viral load. In the early stages of HIV infection when CD4 count is high, the inflammatory demyelinating neuropathies predominate and in the late stages with the decline of CD4 count opportunistic infection-related neuropathies prevail. That scenario has changed with the present almost universal use of ART (antiretroviral therapy). Hence, HIV-associated peripheral neuropathies are better classified according to their clinical presentations: distal symmetrical polyneuropathy, acute inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy (AIDP) and chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy (CIDP), mononeuropathies, mononeuropathies multiplex and cranial neuropathies, autonomic neuropathy, lumbosacral polyradiculomyelopathy, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)-like motor neuropathy. Treated with ART, HIV-infected individuals are living longer and are at a higher risk of metabolic and age-related complications; moreover they are also prone to the potentially neurotoxic effects of ART. There are no epidemiological data regarding the incidence and prevalence of the peripheral neuropathies. In the pre-ART era, most data were from case reports, series of patients, and pooled autopsy data. At that time the histopathological evidence of neuropathies in autopsy series was almost 100%. In large prospective cohorts presently being evaluated, it has been found that 57% of HIV-infected individuals have distal symmetrical sensory neuropathy and 38% have neuropathic pain. It is now clear that

  11. Incorporation of chimeric HIV-SIV-Env and modified HIV-Env proteins into HIV pseudovirions

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    Low level incorporation of the viral glycoprotein (Env) into human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) particles is a major drawback for vaccine strategies against HIV/AIDS in which HIV particles are used as immunogen. Within this study, we have examined two strategies aimed at achieving higher levels of Env incorporation into non-infectious pseudovirions (PVs). First, we have generated chimeric HIV/SIV Env proteins containing the truncated C-terminal tail region of simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV)mac239-Env767stop, which mediates strongly increased incorporation of SIV-Env into SIV particles. In a second strategy, we have employed a truncated HIV-Env protein (Env-Tr752N750K) which we have previously demonstrated to be incorporated into HIV virions, generated in infected T-cells, to a higher level than that of Wt-HIV-Env. Although the chimeric HIV/SIV Env proteins were expressed at the cell surface and induced increased levels of cell-cell fusion in comparison to Wt-HIV-Env, they did not exhibit increased incorporation into either HIV-PVs or SIV-PVs. Only Env-Tr752N750K exhibited significantly higher (threefold) levels of incorporation into HIV-PVs, an improvement, which, although not dramatic, is worthwhile for the large-scale preparation of non-infectious PVs for vaccine studies aimed at inducing Env humoral responses

  12. HIV Excess Cancers JNCI

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    In 2010, an estimated 7,760 new cancers were diagnosed among the nearly 900,000 Americans known to be living with HIV infection. According to the first comprehensive study in the United States, approximately half of these cancers were in excess of what wo

  13. Modeling HIV Cure

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    Perelson, Alan; Conway, Jessica; Cao, Youfang

    A large effort is being made to find a means to cure HIV infection. I will present a dynamical model of post-treatment control (PTC) or ``functional cure'' of HIV-infection. Some patients treated with suppressive antiviral therapy have been taken off of therapy and then spontaneously control HIV infection such that the amount of virus in the circulation is maintained undetectable by clinical assays for years. The model explains PTC occurring in some patients by having a parameter regime in which the model exhibits bistability, with both a low and high steady state viral load being stable. The model makes a number of predictions about how to attain the low PTC steady state. Bistability in this model depends upon the immune response becoming exhausted when over stimulated. I will also present a generalization of the model in which immunotherapy can be used to reverse immune exhaustion and compare model predictions with experiments in SIV infected macaques given immunotherapy and then taken off of antiretroviral therapy. Lastly, if time permits, I will discuss one of the hurdles to true HIV eradication, latently infected cells, and present clinical trial data and a new model addressing pharmacological means of flushing out the latent reservoir. Supported by NIH Grants AI028433 and OD011095.

  14. Psychotropic Drugs and HIV

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    Ana-Lúcia Moreira

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available Background: HIV/AIDS infection is frequently associated with psychiatric disor- ders like psychosis, depression and anxiety. Psychiatric comorbidities may interfere with adherence to antiretroviral treatment. Therefore, diagnosis and treatment of these conditions are essential. However, the administration of a psychotropic drug to HAART therapy can result in drug interactions.Objectives: This review aims to analyze the various psychotropic drugs that can be used in these patients, as well as the interactions and adverse reactions that may occur. Methods: A MEDLINE search on anglo-saxonic literature was conducted, from 1993 until 2011, using the key-words: HIV, AIDS, psychosis, depression, anxiety, secondary mania, antidepressive agents, antipsychotics, benzodiazepines, HAART. Results: We found 100 articles, of which 66 were included and 34 excluded. The articles that showed no specific data on the use of psychotropic drugs in HIV patients were excluded. Discussion: Pharmachologic interactions may occur by occupation of the same metabolic pathways. Further research is needed with indications for best practices. Psychotherapeutic interventions should be considered. Conclusion: The choice of the therapeutic intervention, namely when considering psychotropic drugs with the lowest number of interactions and adverse effects is crucial in order to achieve therapeutic success in the treatment of HIV infected patients.

  15. HIV and Pulmonary Hypertension

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    ... HIV AIDS.gov: www.aids.gov AIDS Healthcare Foundation: www.hivcare.org POZ Magazine: www.poz.com • Educational conferences and materials for medical professionals and patients • A wealth of information in the Survival Guide • PH patient ...

  16. HIV and development.

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    Decosas, J

    1996-12-01

    Global patterns of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) are consistent with indicators of social development. The highest HIV prevalence is found in poor societies, societies in turmoil, and among the displaced, powerless, and marginalized. AIDS is an indicator of uneven or dysfunctional development, a cause of developmental delays, and a result of inadequacies in the development of health and social services. Factors such as untreated sexually transmitted diseases, the education of women and their level of autonomy to seek medical care, the availability and quality of medical services, large age differences between men and women in sexual partnerships, prostitution as a means of economic survival, and labor migration and refugee movements play key roles in the generation of AIDS epidemics. The impact of HIV on the feminization of poverty and the maldistribution of household wealth is one of the most significant developmental effects. In areas with high HIV prevalence, crop yields and soil fertility are declining, pests and plant diseases are spreading, and starchy crops of low nutritional value are replacing more labor-intensive traditional crops. Finally, AIDS exerts a major impact on the human development index, especially life expectancy at birth. PMID:8970714

  17. HIV/AIDS and the Flu

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    ... this? Submit What's this? Submit Button Past Newsletters HIV/AIDS and the Flu Questions & Answers Language: English ... to people with HIV/AIDS. Should people with HIV/AIDS receive the inactivated influenza vaccine? People with ...

  18. Managing Your Treatment of HIV/AIDS

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    ... HIV/AIDS This information in Spanish ( en español ) Managing your treatment of HIV/AIDS Related information How ... any reason. Return to top More information on Managing your treatment of HIV/AIDS Explore other publications ...

  19. HIV / AIDS: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Prevention and Treatment

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    Skip Navigation Bar Home Current Issue Past Issues HIV / AIDS HIV / AIDS: Symptoms , Diagnosis, Prevention and Treatment Past Issues / ... Most people who have become recently infected with HIV will not have any symptoms. They may, however, ...

  20. Infant feeding and HIV

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    Ameena Ebrahim Goga

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available Recent studies on antiretroviral prophylaxis during breastfeeding show that maternal HAART (alone or with 1,4 or 24 weeks infant prophylaxis or infant prophylaxis alone (with limited maternal prophylaxis for 6, 14 or 24 weeks reduces HIV transmission through breastmilk (postnatal transmission. Maternal postnatal regimens appear to be as efficacious as infant postnatal regimens, although one study shows a trend favouring infant nevirapine over maternal HAART (both used from 1 week to 6 months post-delivery. These new findings necessitate a review of existing PMTCT interventions, and the immediate implementation of regimens that reduce postnatal transmission - where this is feasible – to save children’s lives. In the public sector, whilst stakeholders engage in discussions about which is the best regimen to minimise postnatal transmission SSSUPPORT should be given to all HIV-positive women, as explained below, to improve infant outcomes and reduce postnatal transmission: Screen all women for HIV, Send off CD4 cell counts on all HIV-positive women, Screen all HIV-positive women for AFASS using a standardised tool (e.g. Table 3; Understand the woman’s personal and socio-cultural context; Promote exclusive or predominant breastfeeding if all AFASS criteria are not met; Promote exclusive formula feeding if all AFASS criteria are met; Organise supplies of formula milk and cotrimoxazole; Review mothers and infants in the first 3 days post-delivery, in the first two weeks postnatally and monthly thereafter, and review health and feeding practices, regardless of feeding choice, at every visit; lastly Treat all pregnant women with HAART if they meet national criteria for HAART initiation.

  1. HIV Sequence Compendium 2010

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    Kuiken, Carla [Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM (United States); Foley, Brian [Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM (United States); Leitner, Thomas [Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM (United States); Apetrei, Christian [Univ. of Pittsburgh, PA (United States); Hahn, Beatrice [Univ. of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL (United States); Mizrachi, Ilene [National Center for Biotechnology Information, Bethesda, MD (United States); Mullins, James [Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA (United States); Rambaut, Andrew [Univ. of Edinburgh, Scotland (United Kingdom); Wolinsky, Steven [Northwestern Univ., Evanston, IL (United States); Korber, Bette [Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM (United States)

    2010-12-31

    This compendium is an annual printed summary of the data contained in the HIV sequence database. In these compendia we try to present a judicious selection of the data in such a way that it is of maximum utility to HIV researchers. Each of the alignments attempts to display the genetic variability within the different species, groups and subtypes of the virus. This compendium contains sequences published before January 1, 2010. Hence, though it is called the 2010 Compendium, its contents correspond to the 2009 curated alignments on our website. The number of sequences in the HIV database is still increasing exponentially. In total, at the time of printing, there were 339,306 sequences in the HIV Sequence Database, an increase of 45% since last year. The number of near complete genomes (>7000 nucleotides) increased to 2576 by end of 2009, reflecting a smaller increase than in previous years. However, as in previous years, the compendium alignments contain only a small fraction of these. Included in the alignments are a small number of sequences representing each of the subtypes and the more prevalent circulating recombinant forms (CRFs) such as 01 and 02, as well as a few outgroup sequences (group O and N and SIV-CPZ). Of the rarer CRFs we included one representative each. A more complete version of all alignments is available on our website, http://www.hiv.lanl.gov/content/sequence/NEWALIGN/align.html. Reprints are available from our website in the form of both HTML and PDF files. As always, we are open to complaints and suggestions for improvement. Inquiries and comments regarding the compendium should be addressed to seq-info@lanl.gov.

  2. Morphine Enhances HIV Infection of Neonatal Macrophages

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    Li, Yuan; MERRILL, JEFFREY D.; Mooney, Kathy; Song, Li; Wang, Xu; GUO, CHANG-JIANG; Savani, Rashmin C; Metzger, David S.; Douglas, Steven D.; Ho, Wen-Zhe

    2003-01-01

    Perinatal transmission of HIV accounts for almost all new HIV infections in children. There is an increased risk of perinatal transmission of HIV with maternal illicit substance abuse. Little is known about neonatal immune system alteration and subsequent susceptibility to HIV infection after morphine exposure. We investigated the effects of morphine on HIV infection of neonatal monocyte-derived macrophages (MDM). Morphine significantly enhanced HIV infection of neonatal MDM. Morphine-induced...

  3. Role of HIV in Amyloid Metabolism

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    Ortega, Mario; Ances, Beau M.

    2014-01-01

    HIV infection has changed from an acute devastating disease to a more chronic illness due to combination anti-retroviral treatment (cART). In the cART era, the life expectancy of HIV-infected (HIV+) individuals has increased. More HIV+ individuals are aging with current projections suggesting that 50% of HIV+ individuals will be over 50 years old by 2015. With advancing age, HIV+ individuals may be at increased risk of developing other potential neurodegenerative disorders [especially Alzheim...

  4. Developing strategies for HIV-1 eradication

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    Durand, Christine M.; Blankson, Joel N.; Siliciano, Robert F.

    2012-01-01

    Highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) suppresses HIV-1 replication, transforming the outlook for infected patients. However, reservoirs of replication-competent forms of the virus persist during HAART, and when treatment is stopped, high rates of HIV-1 replication return. Recent insights into HIV-1 latency, as well as a report that HIV-1 infection was eradicated in one individual, have renewed interest in finding a cure for HIV-1 infection. Strategies for HIV-1 eradication include gene...

  5. ADN DE LA INNOVACIÓN - DE FACTORES CLAVES DE INNOVACION EN 21 EMPRESAS DEL SECTOR AGROINDUSTRIAL DNA DA INOVAÇÃO - FATORES CHAVE PARA INOVAÇÃO EM 21 EMPRESAS AGROINDUSTRIAL ADN OF INNOVATION - KEY FACTORS FOR INNOVATION IN 21 COMPANIES AGROINDUSTRIAL

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    JOSÉ G MEDINA H

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    Full Text Available Este artículo identifica en una muestra de 21 empresas del sector agroindustrial del departamento de Antioquia - Colombia factores claves de innovación, que establecen una relación con los conceptos básicos de la estructura del acido desoxirribonucleico (ADN, con el fin de ayudar a las empresas a gestionar su estructura para la innovación. Para el desarrollo de este estudio se tomaron las variables definidas por el perfil innovador de la Metodología de Gestión Tecnológica por Proyectos 'MGT', la cual describe un perfil de las empresas respecto a las cuatro dimensiones de innovación: producto, proceso, mercadeo y organización [1] definidas por la Organización para la Cooperación y Desarrollo Económico [2]. Posteriormente se construyó una base de datos con los resultados del perfil innovador de empresas del sector agroindustrial obtenidos de la herramienta MGT; por último se implementó la herramienta estadística de análisis multivariable la cual permitió definir los factores claves de innovación más frecuentes e importantes de las empresas a las cuales se les aplicó la metodología 'MGT'[3].Este artigo identifica uma amostra de 21 empresas no setor de agronegócios do departamento de Antioquia - Colômbia fatores-chave da inovação, em seguida, estabelecer uma relação com o básico da estrutura do ácido desoxirribonucléico (ADN, a fim de ajudar as empresas estrutura para gerir a inovação. Para o desenvolvimento deste estudo foram tomadas pelo perfil de variáveis definidas Metodologia de Gestão de Projetos Inovadores de Tecnologia 'MGT', que descreve um perfil das empresas em relação as quatro dimensões da inovação: produto, processo, marketing e organização [1] definida pela Organização para a Cooperação e Desenvolvimento Econômico [2]. Mais tarde, ele construiu um banco de dados com os resultados do perfil inovador de empresas do agronegócio se reuniram a partir da MGT, e finalmente implementou a

  6. HIV-miR-H1 evolvability during HIV pathogenesis

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    Lamers, Susanna L.; Fogel, Gary B.; Michael S McGrath

    2010-01-01

    The discovery of microRNAs (miRNAs) in viruses has generated considerable attention into their functional relevance in processes such as cell death, viral proliferation, and oncogenesis. Two early studies found no detectable miRNAs expressed within HIV; however, several studies have verified the existence and function of three HIV miRNAs, most notably HIV-miR-TAR, thus making the earlier results controversial. Although miRNAs are highly conserved within most species, HIV is known to have a hi...

  7. Implications of prioritizing HIV cure: new momentum to overcome old challenges in HIV.

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    Tucker, JD; Gilbertson, A; Lo, YR; Vitória, M

    2016-01-01

    Background Curing HIV is a new strategic priority for several major AIDS organizations. In step with this new priority, HIV cure research and related programs are advancing in low, middle, and high-income country settings. This HIV cure momentum may influence existing HIV programs and research priorities. Discussion Despite the early stage of ongoing HIV cure efforts, these changes have directly influenced HIV research funding priorities, pilot programs, and HIV messaging. The building moment...

  8. Oral Complications of HIV Disease

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    Leao, Jair C.; Camila M. B. Ribeiro; Carvalho, Alessandra A. T.; Cristina Frezzini; Stephen Porter

    2009-01-01

    Oral lesions are among the early signs of HIV infection and can predict its progression to acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). A better understanding of the oral manifestations of AIDS in both adults and children has implications for all health care professionals. The knowledge of such alterations would allow for early recognition of HIV-infected patients. The present paper reviews epidemiology, relevant aspects of HIV infection related to the mouth in both adults and children, as well...

  9. Family Wellness, Not HIV Prevention

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    Rotheram-Borus, Mary Jane; Swendeman, Dallas; Flannery, Diane

    2009-01-01

    HIV exceptionalism (and disease-specific programs generally) garner both unbalanced funding and the most talented personnel, distorting local health priorities. In support of HIV exceptionalism, the successful mobilization of significant global health sector resources was not possible prior to HIV. Both sides of the debate have merits; rather than perpetuating polarization, we suggest that sustained improvements in global health require creating a prevention infrastructure to meet multiple he...

  10. Hyperthermia stimulates HIV-1 replication.

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    Ferdinand Roesch; Oussama Meziane; Anna Kula; Sébastien Nisole; Françoise Porrot; Ian Anderson; Fabrizio Mammano; Ariberto Fassati; Alessandro Marcello; Monsef Benkirane; Olivier Schwartz

    2012-01-01

    International audience HIV-infected individuals may experience fever episodes. Fever is an elevation of the body temperature accompanied by inflammation. It is usually beneficial for the host through enhancement of immunological defenses. In cultures, transient non-physiological heat shock (42-45°C) and Heat Shock Proteins (HSPs) modulate HIV-1 replication, through poorly defined mechanisms. The effect of physiological hyperthermia (38-40°C) on HIV-1 infection has not been extensively inve...

  11. HIV-1 Antiretroviral Drug Therapy

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    Arts, Eric J.; Hazuda, Daria J.

    2012-01-01

    The most significant advance in the medical management of HIV-1 infection has been the treatment of patients with antiviral drugs, which can suppress HIV-1 replication to undetectable levels. The discovery of HIV-1 as the causative agent of AIDS together with an ever-increasing understanding of the virus replication cycle have been instrumental in this effort by providing researchers with the knowledge and tools required to prosecute drug discovery efforts focused on targeted inhibition with ...

  12. HIV: Social and Environmental Factors

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    Dr. Kevin Fenton, Director of CDC’s National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention, discusses how social and environmental factors may put African Americans at greater risk for HIV.  Created: 2/1/2012 by National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP).   Date Released: 2/1/2012.

  13. National HIV/AIDS Strategy

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    Dr. Kevin Fenton, Director of CDC’s National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention, talks about the importance of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy and the work of CDC.  Created: 2/1/2012 by National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP).   Date Released: 2/1/2012.

  14. Ocular manifestations of HIV infection.

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    OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the frequency of ocular complications and the clinical outcomes of these complications in patients with various stages of HIV infection. METHODS: Retrospective review of all HIV-infected patients seen in an AIDS ophthalmology clinic from November 1983 through December 31, 1992. RESULTS: Eleven-hundred sixty-three patients were seen for ophthalmologic evaluation. Of these, 781 had the acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), 226 had symptomatic HIV infection (AIDs-rel...

  15. ADN antiguo; restos esqueletales precolombinos

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    Dejean, Cristina Beatriz

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo de este estudio consistió en: 1 determinar haplogrupos de ADNmt en restos esqueletales precolombinos de Pampa Grande, Prov. de Salta, Argentina, y 2 comparar los resultados obtenidos respecto de los registrados en poblaciones nativas extintas y actuales de la Argentina. A partir de muestras de hueso compacto de 21 individuos se logró, en 16 de ellos (76%, extraer, amplificar y secuenciar la región hipervariable I del ADNmt. Se observaron 17 sitios polimórficos y los porcentajes de los haplogrupos fueron los siguientes: A=6%, B=50%, C=0% y D =44%. Las elevadas frecuencias de los haplogrupos B y D son concordantes con las detectadas en poblaciones aborígenes actuales de la Argentina (B=38%, D=32%. El dendrograma obtenido revela que Pampa Grande se une al conjunto de las poblaciones del Chaco (Chorote, Toba, Chulupi y a los mapuche de origen andino y se separa de los grupos extintos de Tierra del Fuego, probablemente, por la ausencia en estos de los haplogrupos A y B. Se discuten posibles causas determinantes de las relaciones y afinidades biológicas observadas.

  16. HIV testing, staging, and evaluation.

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    Rodriguez, Carla V; Horberg, Michael A

    2014-09-01

    HIV testing and incidence are stable, but trends for certain populations are concerning. Primary prevention must be reinvigorated and target vulnerable populations. Science and policy have progressed to improve the accuracy, speed, privacy, and affordability of HIV testing. More potent and much better tolerated HIV treatments and a multidisciplinary approach to care have increased adherence and viral suppression. Changes to health care law in the United States seek to expand the affordability and access of improved HIV diagnostics and treatment. Continued challenges include improving long-term outcomes in people on lifetime regimens, reducing comorbidities associated with those regimens, and preventing further transmission. PMID:25151560

  17. Bromodomain Proteins in HIV Infection

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    Melanie Ott

    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available Bromodomains are conserved protein modules of ~110 amino acids that bind acetylated lysine residues in histone and non-histone proteins. Bromodomains are present in many chromatin-associated transcriptional regulators and have been linked to diverse aspects of the HIV life cycle, including transcription and integration. Here, we review the role of bromodomain-containing proteins in HIV infection. We begin with a focus on acetylated viral factors, followed by a discussion of structural and biological studies defining the involvement of bromodomain proteins in the HIV life cycle. We end with an overview of promising new studies of bromodomain inhibitory compounds for the treatment of HIV latency.

  18. DETECCIÓN DE UN DEFECTO GENÉTICO EN BOVINOS MEDIANTE UNA PRUEBA DE ADN. Detection of a bovine genetic defect by a DNA probe

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    Ricardo Felmer D.

    2001-01-01

    Full Text Available La deficiencia en la capacidad de unión de leucocitos bovinos a los antígenos, más conocida como BLAD, es una enfermedad hereditaria que resulta letal para el ganado de la raza Holstein. Su principal característica es ser una enfermedad autosómica recesiva que puede ser transmitida a la descendencia. El objetivo del trabajo fue estandarizar la metodología para realizar un diagnóstico de la enfermedad mediante técnicas moleculares y lograr una primera aproximación sobre la frecuencia génica del alelo mutado en algunas poblaciones de toros de la IX y X Región. En base a la amplificación del ADN mediante reacción en cadena de polimerasa (PCR y posterior digestión con enzimas de restricción Taq I y Hae III, fue posible visualizar, mediante electroforesis en gel de agarosa al 4%, los fragmentos de restricción característicos para bovinos normales, portadores o enfermos. La técnica se validó mediante un muestreo de 59 bovinos. De los 55 toros analizados uno resultó ser portador de BLAD, lo que implica una frecuencia génica de 1,79% en la población de toros de la IX y X Región. La técnica de PCR acoplada a la digestión con enzimas de restricción (Hae III y Taq I ha demostrado que identifica inequívocamente el genotipo del ganado en un locus determinado y permite el diagnóstico certero y precoz de aquellos animales enfermos y/o portadores del defecto hereditario conocido como BLAD.The adhesion deficiency of bovine leukocytes to antigens, known as BLAD (bovine leukocyte adhesion deficiency, is a hereditary genetic disease which is lethal for the Holstein breed. It is a recessive autosomal disease that can be transmitted to the offspring. The objective of this research was to standardize the molecular techniques to diagnose BLAD and also to get a first approximation of the genetic frequency of the mutated allele in the bull population of the IXth and Xth Regions. DNA amplification using polymerase chain reaction (PCR and

  19. ADN « environnemental » : un saut méthodologique pour les inventaires de la biodiversité « Environnemental » DNA: a methodological jump for biodiversity surveys »

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    MIAUD, Claude ; TABERLET, Pierre ; DEJEAN, Tony

    2012-01-01

    Utilisée en France pour réaliser l’inventaire de la grenouille taureau dans le cadre d’un programme d’éradication de cette espèce envahissante, la méhode de l'ADNe a montré des résultats encourageants pour détecter l’espèce dans des sites où elle est présente à de faibles densités. Focus sur cette nouvelle méthode de détection à fort potentiel dans le domaine des inventaires de biodiversité et de la détection précoce des espèces envahissantes.Living organisms leave DNA fragments in their envi...

  20. EVALUATION DE L’IMPACT ENVIRONNEMENTAL : Evaluation des potentialités de transfert de l’ADN des plantes transgéniques vers les bactéries du sol

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    Simonet Pascal

    2000-01-01

    Les bactéries se caractérisent par leurs stratégies évolutives multiples incluant mutations ponctuelles, remaniements endogènes par déplacements de séquences d’insertion ou de transposons, délétions ou amplifications de larges régions d’ADN et acquisition de nouveaux gènes par transfert horizontal d’informations génétiques. Les récentes et toutes premières analyses conduites sur les données des quelques génomes bactériens totalement séquencés indiquent le rôle tout à fait fondamental qu’ont p...

  1. Modelos sintéticos para el reconocimiento de ADN: procesos catalíticos y control de la interacción mediante estímulos externos

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    Jiménez Balsa, Adrián

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    Tras la elucidación del genoma humano y, además, con el impulso llevado a cabo por la Química Biológica en el estudio de los mecanismos de la expresión genética, se ha comenzado a poner un gran empeño en elucidar las bases moleculares que gobiernan la interacción de diversas moléculas con sus secuencias de unión al ADN. De este modo se pretende estar en posición de alterar de manera programable y selectiva la expresión de ciertos genes, ya que, la regulación de la transcripción...

  2. REPARACIÓN DEL ADN: UNA POSIBLE RELACIÓN ENTRE LA DEFICIENCIA DE FOLATO Y LA MUERTE NEURONAL DNA Repair: A Link Between Folate Deficiency and Neuronal Cell Death

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    GONZALO ARBOLEDA

    2007-11-01

    Full Text Available El presente artículo explora el papel que desempeña el folato como conocido metabolito del ciclo de un carbono (OCM, del inglés onecarbon metabolism en la alteración de la integridad de las células nerviosas. Aquí se discute evidencia reciente de la literatura que muestra la reparación del ADN como un proceso relacionado con la apoptosis neuronal inducida por ausencia de folato.This essay explores the role of folate in disruption of neural cell integrity. Here, it is discussed recent evidence which shows DNA reparation as a process related to neuronal apoptosis induced by folate depletion.

  3. A conditionally replicating HIV-1 vector interferes with wild-type HIV-1 replication and spread.

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    Dropulić, B; Hĕrmánková, M; Pitha, P M

    1996-01-01

    Defective-interfering viruses are known to modulate virus pathogenicity. We describe conditionally replicating HIV-1 (crHIV) vectors that interfere with wild-type HIV-1 (wt-HIV) replication and spread. crHIV vectors are defective-interfering HIV genomes that do not encode viral proteins and replicate only in the presence of wt-HIV helper virus. In cells that contain both wt-HIV and crHIV genomes, the latter are shown to have a selective advantage for packaging into progeny virions because the...

  4. HIV Behavioral Research Online

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    Chiasson, Mary Ann; Parsons, Jeffrey T.; Tesoriero, James M.; Carballo-Dieguez, Alex; Hirshfield, Sabina; Remien, Robert H.

    2006-01-01

    Internet access has caused a global revolution in the way people of all ages and genders interact. Many have turned to the Internet to seek love, companionship, and sex, prompting researchers to move behavioral studies online. The sexual behavior of men who have sex with men (MSM) has been more closely studied than that of any other group online given the abundance of gay-oriented websites and concerns about increasing transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections. Not only do...

  5. Psychotropic Drugs and HIV

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    Ana-Lúcia Moreira; Melinda Carmen Godinho Pereira; Diogo Telles-Correia

    2014-01-01

    Background: HIV/AIDS infection is frequently associated with psychiatric disor- ders like psychosis, depression and anxiety. Psychiatric comorbidities may interfere with adherence to antiretroviral treatment. Therefore, diagnosis and treatment of these conditions are essential. However, the administration of a psychotropic drug to HAART therapy can result in drug interactions.Objectives: This review aims to analyze the various psychotropic drugs that can be used in these patients, as well as ...

  6. Chemokines, lymphocytes, and HIV

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    Farber J.M.

    1998-01-01

    Full Text Available Chemokines are members of a family of more than 30 human cytokines whose best-described activities are as chemotactic factors for leukocytes and that are presumed to be important in leukocyte recruitment and trafficking. While many chemokines can act on lymphocytes, the roles of chemokines and their receptors in lymphocyte biology are poorly understood. The recent discoveries that chemokines can suppress infection by HIV-1 and that chemokine receptors serve, along with CD4, as obligate co-receptors for HIV-1 entry have lent urgency to studies on the relationships between chemokines and lymphocytes. My laboratory has characterized Mig and Crg-2/IP-10, chemokines that are induced by IFN-g and that specifically target lymphocytes, particularly activated T cells. We have demonstrated that the genes for these chemokines are widely expressed during experimental infections in mice with protozoan and viral pathogens, but that the patterns of mig and crg-2 expression differed, suggesting non-redundant roles in vivo. Our related studies to identify new chemokine receptors from activated lymphocytes resulted in the cloning of STRL22 and STRL33. We and others have shown that STRL22 is a receptor for the CC chemokine MIP-3a, and STRL22 has been re-named CCR6. Although STRL33 remains an orphan receptor, we have shown that it can function as a co-receptor for HIV-1 envelope glycoproteins, and that it is active with a broader range of HIV-1 envelope glycoproteins than the major co-receptors described to date. The ability of STRL33 to function with a wide variety of envelope glycoproteins may become particularly important if therapies are instituted to block other specific co-receptors. We presume that investigations into the roles of chemokines and their receptors in lymphocyte biology will provide information important for understanding the pathogenesis of AIDS and for manipulating immune and inflammatory responses for clinical benefit

  7. HIV stigma among substance abusing people living with HIV/AIDS: implications for HIV treatment.

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    Levi-Minzi, Maria A; Surratt, Hilary L

    2014-08-01

    HIV-related stigma has a major impact on quality of life and health among people living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHA). This study examines demographic, mental health, behavioral, contextual, and HIV care-related correlates of HIV stigma among 503 substance abusing PLWHA. Stigma was measured with the HIV Internalized Stigma Measure which has four subscales: stereotypes about HIV, self-acceptance, disclosure concerns, and social relationships. Severe substance dependence (55.3%) and depression (54.7%) were associated with higher HIV stigma across all domains. 49.9% of the sample reported antiretroviral (ARV) medication diversion (the unlawful sale and trading of ARV medications); diverters endorsed significantly higher stigma related to disclosure. 54.1% of the sample reported ≥95% ARV adherence; these individuals reported significantly lower stigma for self-acceptance, disclosure, and social relationships. Multivariate linear regression showed that depression and social support demonstrated significant main effects across stigma domains. Findings suggest that interventions to decrease HIV related stigma may be an important component of initiatives to increase engagement in HIV care. PMID:24983302

  8. An HIV-Preventive Intervention for Youth Living with HIV

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    Lightfoot, Marguerita; Rotheram-Borus, Mary Jane; Tevendale, Heather

    2007-01-01

    As the number of youth infected with HIV rises, secondary prevention programs are needed to help youth living with HIV meet three goals: (1) increase self-care behaviors, medical adherence, and health-related interactions; (2) reduce transmission acts; and (3) enhance their quality of life. This article describes an intervention program for youth…

  9. Characteristics, Immunological Response & Treatment Outcomes of HIV-2 Compared with HIV-1 & Dual Infections (HIV 1/2) in Mumbai

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    Chiara, Montaldo; Rony, Zachariah; Homa, Mansoor; Bhanumati, Varghese; Ladomirska, Joanna; Manzi, M.; Wilson, N; Alaka, Deshpande; Harries, A. D.

    2010-01-01

    Background & objectives: Information available on HIV-2 and dual infection (HIV-1/2) is limited. This study was carried out among HIV positive individuals in an urban referral clinic in Khar, Mumbai, India, to report on relative proportions of HIV-1, HIV-2 and HIV-1/2 and baseline characteristics, response to and outcomes on antiretroviral treatment (ART). Methods: Retrospective analysis of programme data (May 2006-May 2009) at Khar HIV/AIDS clinic at Mumbai, India was done. Three test algori...

  10. How you get HIV/AIDS

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    How you get HIV/AIDS Which body fluids contain HIV? HIV is a virus that lives in blood and other fluids in the body. Moving ... answers to any questions you have about HIV/AIDS. Your public health department and health care provider ...

  11. Fotodegradovatelné inhibitory HIV proteasy

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    Schimer, Jiří; Pávová, Marcela; Prouzová, Hana; Weber, Jan; Cígler, Petr; Majer, Pavel; Konvalinka, Jan

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    Roč. 108, č. 5 (2014), s. 549. ISSN 0009-2770. [Mezioborové setkání mladých biologů, biochemiků a chemiků /14./. 13.05.2014-16.05.2014, Milovy] Institutional support: RVO:61388963 Keywords : HIV protease * HIV PR inhibitors * Caged HIV Pr * HIV maturation Subject RIV: CE - Biochemistry

  12. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... prevention clinical trials, and other research information for health care providers, researchers, people affected by HIV/AIDS, and ... HIV/AIDS : This site provides information both for health care providers and for Veterans and the public. Past ...

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    Full Text Available ... Children & Teens Search Connect with NIDA : Google Plus Facebook LinkedIn Twitter YouTube Flickr RSS Menu Home Drugs ... HIV Learn the Link - Drugs and HIV Email Facebook Twitter 2005 –Ongoing Behaviors associated with drug abuse ...

  14. HIV/AIDS and Pregnancy

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    If you have HIV/AIDS and find out you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant, you should let your health care provider know as soon as possible. Some HIV/AIDS medicines may harm your baby. Your health ...

  15. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... can pass HIV to their babies during pregnancy, delivery, and breastfeeding. HIV destroys a certain kind of white blood cell that is crucial to the normal function of the human immune system. Loss of these CD4+ cells in people with ...

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    Full Text Available ... gov New Media Tools : These new media tools offer new ways to deliver HIV/AIDS information to ... U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), offers access to the latest, federally approved HIV/AIDS ...

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    Full Text Available ... home page . blog.AIDS.gov : This blog fosters public discussions on using new media effectively in response to HIV/AIDS, as well as HIV/AIDS research and policies. AIDS.gov New Media Tools : These new media ...

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    Full Text Available ... the message to young people and to parents, teachers, and the media about the link between drug abuse and HIV. We have produced a set of ... the message to young people and to parents, teachers, and the media about the link between drug abuse and HIV. Post on Facebook or Twitter ; add ...

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    ... the message to young people and to parents, teachers, and the media about the link between drug abuse and HIV. We have produced a set of ... the message to young people and to parents, teachers, and the media about the link between drug abuse and HIV. Post on Facebook or Twitter ; add ...

  1. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... with HIV is a key predictor of the development of AIDS. Because of their compromised immune system, ... at: https://www.drugabuse.gov/news-events/public-education-projects/learn-link-drugs-hiv . 120x90 460x80 486x60 ...

  2. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... party and under the influence of drugs and alcohol engaged in risky sexual behavior that resulted in HIV infection. Watch the "After ... young adults that non-injection drug use and alcohol use can lead to poor ... behaviors and HIV infection. Although the characters are fictional, ...

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  4. HIV Testing among Detained Youth

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    Voisin, Dexter R.; Salazar, Laura F.; Crosby, Richard; DiClemente, Ralph J.; Yarber, William L.; Staples-Horne, Michelle

    2004-01-01

    Published reports have not investigated the issue of voluntary HIV testing among detained youth, a population disproportionately infected with HIV compared to other adolescent groups. Data were collected from 467 sexually active detained adolescents in Georgia on demographic, environmental, and drug and sexual history variables, to explore…

  5. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... gov/hiv-aids-basics/hiv-aids-101/statistics/ . Reference Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center ... services, and referrals for medical and social services. Reference Marcondes, M.C. et al. “Methamphetamine increases brain ...

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    Full Text Available ... HIV to their babies during pregnancy, delivery, and breastfeeding. HIV destroys a certain kind of white blood ... DC Department of Health AIDS Arms, Inc. National Community Center of Excellence in Women’s Health National Women’s ...

  7. Syphilis in the HIV Era

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    Kassutto, Sigall; Doweiko, John P.

    2004-01-01

    The incidence of syphilis has consistently increased from 2000 to 2002. We report a case of acquired syphilis with symptoms of Tullio phenomenon in a patient concurrently diagnosed with HIV infection. The resurgence of syphilis in HIV-positive groups at high risk has public health implications for prevention of both diseases.

  8. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... public service ads (PSA) where an HIV-positive teenager recounts the night she went to a party and under the influence of drugs and alcohol engaged in risky sexual behavior that resulted in HIV infection. Watch the "After ...

  9. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... HIV patients who do not abuse drugs. In animal studies, methamphetamine has been shown to increase the amount of HIV in brain cells 1 . Drug abuse treatment. Since the late 1980s, research has shown that treating drug abuse is an ...

  10. Jamie Foxx Talks About HIV

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    Jamie Foxx, Academy Award winning actor and singer, urges everyone to talk about HIV/AIDS and its prevention.  Created: 7/24/2012 by National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP).   Date Released: 7/24/2012.

  11. HIV/AIDS and Pregnancy

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    If you have HIV/AIDS and find out you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant, you should let your health care provider know as soon as possible. Some HIV/AIDS medicines may harm your baby. Your health care ...

  12. Encephalitis in primary HIV infection

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    Helleberg, M; Kirk, O

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    We report a case of primary HIV encephalitis, which initially presented as acute psychosis. Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain was suggestive of vasculitis and multiple infarctions, whereas a brain biopsy after six weeks of symptoms showed HIV encephalitis with microglial nodules, but no sig...

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    Full Text Available ... HIV/AIDS, and the general public. U.S. National Library of Medicine HIV/AIDS Information : Specialized Information Services. ... NIDA TV PEERx Drugs & Health Blog The NIDA Science Fair Award for Addiction Science USA Science & Engineering ...

  15. An ancestral HIV-2/simian immunodeficiency virus peptide with potent HIV-1 and HIV-2 fusion inhibitor activity

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    Borrego, Pedro; Calado, Rita; Marcelino, José M.; Pereira, Patrícia MR; Quintas, Alexandre; Barroso, Helena; Taveira, Nuno

    2013-01-01

    "Objectives: To produce new fusion inhibitor peptides for HIV-1 and HIV-2 based on ancestral envelope sequences. Methods: HIV-2/simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV) ancestral transmembrane protein sequences were reconstructed and ancestral peptides were derived from the helical region 2 (HR2). The activity of one ancestral peptide (named P3) was examined against a panel of HIV-1 and HIV-2 primary isolates in TZM-bl cells and peripheral blood mononuclear cells and compared to ...

  16. Impact of HIV-1, HIV-2 and HIV-1+2 dual infection on the outcome of tuberculosis

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    Wejse, C; Patsche, C B; Kühle, A;

    2014-01-01

    BACKGROUND: HIV-1 infection has been shown to impact the outcome of patients with tuberculosis (TB), but data regarding the impact of HIV-2 on TB outcomes are limited. The aim of this study was to assess the impact of HIV types on mortality among TB patients in Guinea-Bissau and to examine the...... predictive ability of the TBscoreII, a clinical score used to assess disease severity. METHODS: In a prospective follow-up study, we examined the prevalence of HIV-1, HIV-2, and HIV-1+2 co-infection in TB patients in Guinea-Bissau, and the impact on outcomes at 12 months of follow-up. We included all adult...... seventy-nine patients were HIV-infected: 241 had HIV-1, 93 had HIV-2, and 45 were HIV-1+2 dual infected. The HIV type-associated risk of TB was 6-fold higher for HIV-1, 7-fold higher for HIV-1+2 dual infection, and 2-fold higher for HIV-2 compared with the HIV-uninfected. Of the patients included, 144 (11...

  17. Is an HIV vaccine possible?

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    Nancy A. Wilson

    2009-08-01

    Full Text Available The road to the discovery of a vaccine for HIV has been arduous and will continue to be difficult over the ensuing twenty years. Most vaccines are developed by inducing neutralizing antibodies against the target pathogen or by using attenuated strains of the particular pathogen to engender a variety of protective immune responses. Unfortunately, simple methods of generating anti-HIV antibodies have already failed in a phase III clinical trial. While attenuated SIV variants work well against homologous challenges in non-human primates, the potential for reversion to a more pathogenic virus and recombination with challenge viruses will preclude the use of attenuated HIV in the field. It has been exceedingly frustrating to vaccinate for HIV-specific neutralizing antibodies given the enormous diversity of the Envelope (Env glycoprotein and its well-developed glycan shield. However, there are several antibodies that will neutralize many different strains of HIV and inducing these types of antibodies in vaccinees remains the goal of a vigorous effort to develop a vaccine for HIV based on neutralizing antibodies. Given the difficulty in generating broadly reactive neutralizing antibodies, the HIV vaccine field has turned its attention to inducing T cell responses against the virus using a variety of vectors. Unfortunately, the results from Merck's phase IIb STEP trial proved to be disappointing. Vaccinees received Adenovirus type 5 (Ad5 expressing Gag, Pol, and Nef of HIV. This vaccine regimen failed to either prevent infection or reduce the level of HIV replication after challenge. These results mirrored those in non-human primate testing of Ad5 using rigorous SIV challenge models. This review will focus on recent developments in HIV vaccine development. We will deal largely with attempts to develop a T cell-based vaccine using the non-human primate SIV challenge model.

  18. High Feasibility of Empiric HIV Treatment for Patients With Suspected Acute HIV in an Emergency Department.

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    Jacobson, Kathleen R; Arora, Sanjay; Walsh, Kristin B; Lora, Meredith; Merjavy, Stephen; Livermore, Shanna; Menchine, Michael

    2016-07-01

    Earlier intervention in acute HIV infection limits HIV reservoirs and may decrease HIV transmission. We developed criteria for empiric antiretroviral therapy (ART) in an emergency department (ED) routine HIV screening program. We assessed the feasibility and willingness of patients with suspected acute HIV infection in the ED to begin ART. A suspected acute HIV infection was defined as a positive HIV antigen antibody combination immunoassay with pending HIV-antibody differentiation test results and HIV RNA viral load. During the study period, there were 16 confirmed cases of acute HIV infection: 11 met our criteria for empiric ART and agreed to treatment, 10 were prescribed ART, and 1 left the ED against medical advice without a prescription for ART. Eight patients completed at least one follow-up visit. Empiric HIV treatment in an ED is feasible, well received by patients, and offers a unique entry point into the HIV care continuum. PMID:27028498

  19. Rapid HIV Testing in Large Urban Jails

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    Beckwith, Curt G.; Nunn, Amy; Baucom, Sharon; Getachew, Asresahegn; Akinwumi, Akin; Herdman, Bruce; DiBartolo, Phil; Spencer, Susan; Brown, Devon; Lesansky, Henry; Kuo, Irene

    2012-01-01

    HIV prevalence is higher in jails than in the community, yet many jails do not conduct HIV testing. Jails in Baltimore, Maryland; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and the District of Columbia have implemented innovative rapid HIV testing programs. We have summarized the results of these programs, including the numbers of persons tested, rapid and confirmatory HIV test results, and numbers of persons newly diagnosed with HIV. We have described facilitators and challenges of implementation. These pr...

  20. Nutrition and HIV-Positive Pregnancy

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    Montgomery, Kristen S.

    2003-01-01

    When an HIV-positive woman becomes pregnant, additional nutritional considerations are warranted. Compared to routine prenatal nutritional assessment and intervention, pregnant HIV-positive women have increased needs to promote a healthy outcome. This column contains information on HIV and pregnancy, nutrition and infection, and nutrition for HIV-positive pregnancy. This content can be integrated into childbirth education settings to improve care to women who are HIV-positive.

  1. HIV Testing, Subjective Beliefs and Economic Behavior

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    Rebecca L. Thornton

    2012-01-01

    This paper examines the effects of learning HIV status on economic behavior among rural Malawians. According to economic life-cycle models, if learning HIV results is informative about additional years of life, being diagnosed HIV-positive or negative should predict changes in consumption, investment and savings behavior with important micro and macro-economic implications. Using an experiment that randomly assigned incentives to learn HIV results, I find that while learning HIV results had s...

  2. Persistent HIV-1 replication during antiretroviral therapy

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    Martinez-Picado, Javier; Deeks, Steven G

    2016-01-01

    Purpose of review The present review will highlight some of the recent findings regarding the capacity of HIV-1 to replicate during antiretroviral therapy (ART). Recent findings Although ART is highly effective at inhibiting HIV replication, it is not curative. Several mechanisms contribute to HIV persistence during ART, including HIV latency, immune dysfunction, and perhaps persistent low-level spread of the virus to uninfected cells (replication). The success in curing HIV will depend on ef...

  3. HIV, opiates and enteric neuron dysfunction

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    Galligan, James J.

    2015-01-01

    HIV is an immunosuppressive virus that targets CD4+ T-lymphocytes. HIV infections cause increased susceptibility to opportunistic infections and cancer. HIV infection can also alter central nervous system (CNS) function causing cognitive impairment. HIV does not infect neurons but it does infect astrocytes and microglia in the CNS. HIV can also infect enteric glia initiating an intestinal inflammatory response which causes enteric neural injury and gut dysfunction. Part of the inflammatory re...

  4. Reducing mother-to-child HIV transmission

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    2001-01-01

    In developing countries,mother-to-child trans mission of human immune deficiency virus (HIV)is responsible for 5 to 10 percen t o f all new HIV infections.Most children born to HIV-positive mothers are not HIV positive,but one quarter to one third are.The following instert looks at the p o ssibilities for reducing mother-to-child HIV transmission,and discusses some of the questions that are still unanswered.

  5. Reward, attention, and HIV-related risk in HIV+ individuals.

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    Anderson, Brian A; Kronemer, Sharif I; Rilee, Jessica J; Sacktor, Ned; Marvel, Cherie L

    2016-08-01

    Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is often contracted through engaging in risky reward-motivated behaviors such as needle sharing and unprotected sex. Understanding the factors that make an individual more vulnerable to succumbing to the temptation to engage in these risky behaviors is important to limiting the spread of HIV. One potential source of this vulnerability concerns the degree to which an individual is able to resist paying attention to irrelevant reward information. In the present study, we examine this possible link by characterizing individual differences in value-based attentional bias in a sample of HIV+ individuals with varying histories of risk-taking behavior. Participants learned associations between experimental stimuli and monetary reward outcome. The degree of attentional bias for these reward-associated stimuli, reflected in their ability to capture attention when presented as task-irrelevant distractors, was then assessed both immediately and six months following reward learning. Value-driven attentional capture was related to substance abuse history and non-planning impulsiveness during the time leading up to contraction of HIV as measured via self-report. These findings suggest a link between the ability to ignore reward-associated information and prior HIV-related risk-taking behavior. Additionally, particular aspects of HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders were related to attentional bias, including motor deficits commonly associated with HIV-induced damage to the basal ganglia. PMID:26484383

  6. Occurrence of Pregnancies among HIV Infected Indian Women: Does Knowledge about HIV Status Make a Difference?

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    Shrinivas Darak; Inge Hutter; Sanjeevani Kulkarni; Vinay Kulkarni; Fanny Janssen

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    textabstractThis is the first study to examine the behavioural effect of HIV on fertility among HIV infected women in India. Retrospective calendar data from ever-married HIV infected women between 15 and 45 years of age, attending a specialized HIV clinic in Pune, Western India (N = 560), were analysed. Directly standardized overall and parity-specific pregnancy rates were compared among HIV infected women before and after coming to know about their HIV status. The age- and parity-standardiz...

  7. Interactive Effects of Morphine on HIV Infection: Role in HIV-Associated Neurocognitive Disorder

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    HIV epidemic continues to be a severe public health problem and concern within USA and across the globe with about 33 million people infected with HIV. The frequency of drug abuse among HIV infected patients is rapidly increasing and is another major issue since injection drug users are at a greater risk of developing HIV associated neurocognitive dysfunctions compared to non-drug users infected with HIV. Brain is a major target for many of the recreational drugs and HIV. Evidences suggest th...

  8. The role of enacted stigma in parental HIV disclosure among HIV-infected parents in China

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    Qiao, Shan; Li, Xiaoming; Zhou, Yuejiao; Shen, Zhiyong; Tang, Zhenzhu; Stanton, Bonita

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    Existing studies have delineated that HIV-infected parents face numerous challenges in disclosing their HIV infection to the children (“parental HIV disclosure”), and practices of parental HIV disclosure vary with individual characteristics, family contexts, and social environment. Using cross-sectional data from 1254 HIV-infected parents who had children aged 5–16 years in southwest China, the current study examined the association of parental HIV disclosure with mental health and medication...

  9. Ergotismo y HIV

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    Bárbara C. Finn; Sabrina Vadalá; Ana Meraldi; Julio E. Bruetman; Jorge V. Martínez; Pablo Young

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    El ergotismo es una complicación de la intoxicación aguda y/o el abuso crónico de los derivados del ergot. Se manifiesta por síndrome vasomotor con enfermedad vascular periférica que frecuentemente compromete extremidades. Presentamos cuatro casos de pacientes infectados con el virus de la inmunodeficiencia humana 1 (HIV-1), en tratamiento con antirretrovirales que incluyen inhibidores de la proteasa reforzados con ritonavir, y que habían recibido ergotamina como automedicación. Ellos desarro...

  10. Potent Intratype Neutralizing Activity Distinguishes Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 2 (HIV-2) from HIV-1

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    Özkaya Şahin, Gülşen; Holmgren, Birgitta; da Silva, Zacarias; Nielsen, Jens; Nowroozalizadeh, Salma; Esbjörnsson, Joakim; Månsson, Fredrik; Andersson, Sören; Norrgren, Hans; Aaby, Peter; Jansson, Marianne; Fenyö, Eva Maria

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    HIV-2 has a lower pathogenicity and transmission rate than HIV-1. Neutralizing antibodies could be contributing to these observations. Here we explored side by side the potency and breadth of intratype and intertype neutralizing activity (NAc) in plasma of 20 HIV-1-, 20 HIV-2-, and 11 dually HIV-1/2 (HIV-D)-seropositive individuals from Guinea-Bissau, West Africa. Panels of primary isolates, five HIV-1 and five HIV-2 isolates, were tested in a plaque reduction assay using U87.CD4-CCR5 cells a...

  11. HIV: Past, present and future

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    Full Text Available The origin of acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV has puzzled scientists ever since the illness first came to light in the early 1980s. For over 25 years it has been the subject of fierce debate and the cause of countless arguments. It is now generally accepted that HIV is a descendant of a simian immunodeficiency virus and there are many theories about how this ′zoonosis′ originated and how SIV became HIV in humans. Advances in treatment have steadily reduced the morbidity and mortality associated with HIV infection. However, in the low-income, high-prevalence countries, antiretroviral medication has taken a long time to reach the people who actually need it. Access to medication must greatly improve if millions of deaths are to be avoided. HIV is a preventable disease. Unless great progress is made in prevention, the number of people living with HIV will outstrip the resources available for treatment. The search for effective vaccines and microbicides must therefore be one of the very highest priorities. HIV is a global threat. Action needs to be taken to prevent it killing many more millions than those who have already died. This action needs not only to continue, but to be speeded up considerably.

  12. EVALUATION DE L’IMPACT ENVIRONNEMENTAL : Evaluation des potentialités de transfert de l’ADN des plantes transgéniques vers les bactéries du sol

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    Full Text Available Les bactéries se caractérisent par leurs stratégies évolutives multiples incluant mutations ponctuelles, remaniements endogènes par déplacements de séquences d’insertion ou de transposons, délétions ou amplifications de larges régions d’ADN et acquisition de nouveaux gènes par transfert horizontal d’informations génétiques. Les récentes et toutes premières analyses conduites sur les données des quelques génomes bactériens totalement séquencés indiquent le rôle tout à fait fondamental qu’ont pu jouer les transferts latéraux de gènes dans l’évolution bactérienne [1-3]. Nombre de travaux sont aujourd’hui conduits afin d’élucider le rôle des trois mécanismes de transfert (conjugaison, transformation et transduction dans l’évolution et l’adaptation des bactéries aux conditions changeantes de leur environnement. En particulier, l’accroissement inquiétant de la proportion de germes résistants aux antibiotiques serait le fait de la dispersion de plasmides porteurs des gènes de résistance parmi la microflore pathogène ? Dans ces cisconstances, la question de savoir si les plantes transgéniques, très souvent pourvues de tels gènes, pourraient constituer un facteur aggravant la dissémination d’éléments menaçant potentiellement la santé humaine est donc totalement justifiée. Tout au long de l’évolution, la nature a cependant établi un certain nombre de filtres moléculaires afin de limiter les flux de gènes, notamment entre organismes phylétiquement très éloignés. La caractéristique des plantes transgéniques tient à ce que certains des gènes des transgènes, et en particulier ceux conférant la résistance aux antibiotiques, ont une origine procaryotique susceptible de leur permettre de contourner les barrières moléculaires. Cependant, d’autres facteurs environnementaux, biotiques et abiotiques vont intervenir pour favoriser ou au contraire limiter les échanges de g

  13. Why do HIV-1 and HIV-2 use different pathways to develop AZT resistance?

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    Full Text Available The human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1 develops resistance to all available drugs, including the nucleoside analog reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NRTIs such as AZT. ATP-mediated excision underlies the most common form of HIV-1 resistance to AZT. However, clinical data suggest that when HIV-2 is challenged with AZT, it usually accumulates resistance mutations that cause AZT resistance by reduced incorporation of AZTTP rather than selective excision of AZTMP. We compared the properties of HIV-1 and HIV-2 reverse transcriptase (RT in vitro. Although both RTs have similar levels of polymerase activity, HIV-1 RT more readily incorporates, and is more susceptible to, inhibition by AZTTP than is HIV-2 RT. Differences in the region around the polymerase active site could explain why HIV-2 RT incorporates AZTTP less efficiently than HIV-1 RT. HIV-1 RT is markedly more efficient at carrying out the excision reaction with ATP as the pyrophosphate donor than is HIV-2 RT. This suggests that HIV-1 RT has a better nascent ATP binding site than HIV-2 RT, making it easier for HIV-1 RT to develop a more effective ATP binding site by mutation. A comparison of HIV-1 and HIV-2 RT shows that there are numerous differences in the putative ATP binding sites that could explain why HIV-1 RT binds ATP more effectively. HIV-1 RT incorporates AZTTP more efficiently than does HIV-2 RT. However, HIV-1 RT is more efficient at ATP-mediated excision of AZTMP than is HIV-2 RT. Mutations in HIV-1 RT conferring AZT resistance tend to increase the efficiency of the ATP-mediated excision pathway, while mutations in HIV-2 RT conferring AZT resistance tend to increase the level of AZTTP exclusion from the polymerase active site. Thus, each RT usually chooses the pathway best suited to extend the properties of the respective wild-type enzymes.

  14. EFFECT OF HIV PREVENTION AND TREATMENT PROGRAM ON HIV AND HCV TRANSMISSION AND HIV MORTALITY AT AN INDONESIAN NARCOTIC PRISON.

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    Nelwan, Erni J; Indrati, Agnes K; Isa, Ahmad; Triani, Nurlita; Alam, Nisaa Nur; Herlan, Maria S; Husen, Wahid; Pohan, Herdiman T; Alisjahbana, Bachti; Meheus, Andre; Van Crevel, Reinout; van der Ven, Andre Jam

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    Validated data regarding HIV-transmission in prisons in developing countries is scarce. We examined sexual and injecting drug use behavior and HIV and HCV transmission in an Indonesian narcotic prison during the implementation of an HIV prevention and treatment program during 2004-2007 when the Banceuy Narcotic Prison in Indonesia conducted an HIV transmission prevention program to provide 1) HIV education, 2) voluntary HIV testing and counseling, 3) condom supply, 4) prevention of rape and sexual violence, 5) antiretroviral treatment for HIV-positive prisoners and 6) methadone maintenance treatment. During a first survey that was conducted between 2007 and 2009, new prisoners entered Banceuy Narcotics Prison were voluntary tested for HIV and HCV-infection after written informed consent was obtained. Information regarding sexual and injecting risk behavior and physical status were also recorded at admission to the prison. Participants who tested negative for both HIV and HCV during the first survey were included in a second survey conducted during 2008-2011. During both surveys, data on mortality among HIV-seropositive patients were also recorded. All HIV-seropositive participants receive treatment for HIV. HIV/ AIDS-related deaths decreased: 43% in 2006, 18% in 2007, 9% in 2008 and 0% in 2009. No HIV and HCV seroconversion inside Banceuy Narcotic Prison were found after a median of 23 months imprisonment (maximum follow-up: 38 months). Total of 484.8 person-years observation was done. Participants reported HIV transmission risk-behavior in Banceuy Prison during the second survey was low. After implementation of HIV prevention and treatment program, no new HIV or HCV cases were detected and HIV-related mortality decreased. PMID:26863859

  15. Oral complications of HIV disease

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    Full Text Available Oral lesions are among the early signs of HIV infection and can predict its progression to acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS. A better understanding of the oral manifestations of AIDS in both adults and children has implications for all health care professionals. The knowledge of such alterations would allow for early recognition of HIV-infected patients. The present paper reviews epidemiology, relevant aspects of HIV infection related to the mouth in both adults and children, as well as current trends in antiretroviral therapy and its connection with orofacial manifestations related to AIDS.

  16. HIV / AIDS Network.

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    The HIV/AIDS Network and the Philippines Department of Health (DOH) collaborated to produce the AIDS Candlelight Memorial at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), May 1995, and World AIDS Day activities on December 1, 1995. After the memorial, a fashion show, "Body Shots," provided a channel for information on acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). On World AIDS Day, at the request of DOH, the Network provided speakers who lectured on human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and AIDS in different government offices. Prior to World AIDS Day, the Network focused on strengthening its cohesiveness and building the capabilities of its member organizations through lectures and symposia during November. Network activities were coordinated by the Remedios AIDS Foundation with support from the other members of the Coordinating Council: Health Action Information Network (HAIN); Caritas; Kabalikat, Stop Trafficking of Pilopinos Foundation, Inc. (STOP);and the Library Foundation (TLF). The Coordinating Council elected for 1996 includes the Remedios AIDS Foundation, HAIN, Caritas, TLF, STOP, the Foundation for Adolescent Development (FAD), and the Salvation Army. PMID:12291699

  17. HIV/AIDS epidemiology.

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    In this paper, Charles Todd comments that the report of Evan Wood and colleagues illustrates the dangers of taking a narrow medical view of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Africa. It runs the risk of reversing the growing realization that the HIV/AIDS epidemic in southern Africa is a broad, social, cultural, political, and economic issue rather than a purely medical one. Todd raises the point that Wood and colleagues did not model the costs associated with the voluntary testing and counseling that should accompany a prophylaxis program. To this effect, a more helpful approach on meeting basic health needs and eradicating poverty would be to compare the impact of such levels of expenditure. It is also emphasized that the title of the paper of Wood and colleagues is misleading, implying that the focus of the modeling was sub-Saharan Africa as a whole, when it was in fact South Africa alone. Accordingly, the gross domestic product of South Africa per person is higher than that of nearly all other sub-Saharan African countries, and health expenditure is 10-20 times greater. PMID:11073053

  18. [Risk of contracting HIV].

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    Becerra, Valeria Peixoto; Gaspar, Maria Filomena M; Alves, Maria Do Socorro C F

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    The authors identify social activities related to the risk of contracting HIV in nursing students, bearing in mind their influence while using bio-secure methods, by means of an exploratory and qualitative study; 168 Superior School of Nursing in Lisbon, Portugal students participated in this study. Data were gathered by means of a Free Association Word Test which includes social demographic variables related to the participants. 90% of the 168 students in this study were female and 10% male. The majority 79,2%, of the participants age fell between 21 and 25 years and 97,6% of these participants were Portuguese. In the free association word test when responding to the stimulus HIV/AIDS, participants expressed disease (which is contagious in a clinical setting), and death as the awaited outcome for it. For the test term "risk of contagion when dealing with an AIDS patient" the participants often mentioned the words protection against contagion, as well as fear to contact blood and gloves as the main prevention method. To the stimulus measures of bio-security the words most frequently cited were glove as a protective measure in the context of professional activity and preservative (condom) to avoid contagion in other social contexts experienced by the participants. PMID:19554898

  19. Impact of HIV-1, HIV-2, and HIV-1+2 dual infection on the outcome of tuberculosis

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    C. Wejse; C.B. Patsche; Kühle, A.; F.J.V. Bamba; Mendes, M. S.; G. Lemvik; V.F. Gomes; F. Rudolf

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    Background: HIV-1 infection has been shown to impact the outcome of patients with tuberculosis (TB), but data regarding the impact of HIV-2 on TB outcomes are limited. The aim of this study was to assess the impact of HIV types on mortality among TB patients in Guinea-Bissau and to examine the predictive ability of the TBscoreII, a clinical score used to assess disease severity. Methods: In a prospective follow-up study, we examined the prevalence of HIV-1, HIV-2, and HIV-1+2 co-infection ...

  20. HIV among African American Gay and Bisexual Men

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    ... VIH En Español Get Tested Find an HIV testing site near you. Enter ZIP code or city Follow HIV/AIDS CDC HIV CDC HIV/AIDS See RSS | ... Email Updates on HIV Syndicated Content Website Feedback HIV Among African American Gay and Bisexual Men Format: ...

  1. EASY-HIT: HIV Full-Replication Technology for Broad Discovery of Multiple Classes of HIV Inhibitors▿ †

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    Kremb, Stephan; Helfer, Markus; Heller, Werner; Hoffmann, Dieter; Wolff, Horst; Kleinschmidt, Andrea; Cepok, Sabine; Hemmer, Bernhard; Durner, Jörg; Brack-Werner, Ruth

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    HIV replication assays are important tools for HIV drug discovery efforts. Here, we present a full HIV replication system (EASY-HIT) for the identification and analysis of HIV inhibitors. This technology is based on adherently growing HIV-susceptible cells, with a stable fluorescent reporter gene activated by HIV Tat and Rev. A fluorescence-based assay was designed that measures HIV infection by two parameters relating to the early and the late phases of HIV replication, respectively. Validat...

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    Full Text Available Since 1996, the prognosis of people living with immunodeficiency virus (HIV and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS has improved significantly, due to highly active antiretroviral therapies (HAART based on a combination of 3-4 anti-HIV drugs; the use ofthese drugs can achieve a durable suppression of HIV viraemia, turning HIV infection into a chronic illness. The three first licensed classes of antiretroviral agents are nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NRTIs, non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NNRTIs and protease inhibitors (PIs. Until recently, treatment options for individuals developing resistanceto these drugs have been limited, but new drugs in existing classes (second generation NNRTIs and novel PIs and novel classes of drugs (integrase inhibitors, CCR5 antagonists and fusion inhibitors have become clinically available.

  13. Drugs That Fight HIV-1

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    Full Text Available ... HIV patients who do not abuse drugs. In animal studies, methamphetamine has been shown to increase the ... of this virus. Although we currently have medical therapies that greatly extend the lives of people infected ...

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    Full Text Available ... got high at a party and made risky choices that ultimately led to an HIV-positive diagnosis. ... Network TV Organizations: AIDS.gov AIDS Alliance for Children, Youth and Families The American Academy of Child & ...

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    Full Text Available ... Festival Big Mini Film Festival Visual AIDS Bus Boys and Poets Sistahs Getting Real About HIV Conference Radio Stations: WTOP ... & Health Blog The NIDA Science Fair Award for Addiction Science USA Science & Engineering ...

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    Full Text Available ... Pathol. 2010. 177(1):355-361. How are Teens Affected? Young people are at risk for contracting HIV. In general, middle and late teen years are when young people engage in risk- ...

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    Full Text Available ... of Abuse Commonly Abused Drugs Charts Emerging Trends Alcohol Club Drugs Cocaine Hallucinogens Heroin Inhalants Marijuana MDMA ( ... person at risk for getting HIV. Drug and alcohol intoxication affect judgment and can lead to unsafe ...

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  15. Deteccção do DNA de Mycobacterium leprae em secreção nasal Detección del ADN de Mycobacterium leprae en secreción nasal Detection of Mycobacterium leprae DNA in nasal swab

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    Ana Rosa Botelho Pontes

    2008-11-01

    Full Text Available Estudos têm demonstrado alta sensibilidade da técnica da reação em cadeia de polimerase (PCR na identificação do DNA do Mycobacterium leprae. Este estudo objetivou avaliar a sensibilidade da PCR na detecção do DNA do M. leprae em "swab" nasal de pacientes hansenianos e comparar os resultados com a baciloscopia e formas multibacilares (MBs e paucibacilares (PBs. Foram coletadas amostras de secreção nasal de 24 pacientes hansenianos, conservadas em solução de lise um e dois. Os resultados da PCR foram altamente significativos (pLos estudios han demostrado una alta sensibilidad de la técnica de Reacción en Cadena de la Polimerasa (PCR para identificar el ADN de Mycobacterium leprae. El objetivo del estudio fue evaluar la sensibilidad de la PCR en la detección de ADN de M. leprae en hisopo nasal de los pacientes hansenianos y comparar los resultados con la baciloscopía y las formas multibacilares (MBs y paucibacilares (PBS. Se obtuvieron muestras de secreción nasal de 24 pacientes hansenianos, conservados en solución de lisis uno y dos. Los resultados de la PCR fueron muy significativas (p Studies have demonstrated high sensibility of the polimerase chain reaction (PCR technique in the identification of the Mycobacterium leprae DNA . This study aimed to evalue the PCR sensibility at the detection of the M. leprae DNA in nasal swab of leprosy patients and to compare the results with the bacilloscopy and multibacillary (MBs and paucibacilares (PBs forms. Nasal secretion samples of 24 leprosy patients were collected, and were preserved in one and two lise's solution. The PCR results were highly significant (p <0.0000 and they revealed grater sensibility than bacilloscopy, in several clinical forms. Nevertheless, still different studies are necessary, testing new markers and preservatives, with the purpose of lifting up the sensibility of this technique, in nasal secretion samples.

  16. ESTANDARIZACIÓN DE LA EXTRACCIÓN DE ADN Y VALIDACIÓN DE LA PCR MÚLTIPLE PARA DETECTAR Listeria monocytogenes EN QUESO, LECHE, CARNE DE RES Y POLLO

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    M. Mercado

    2005-12-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo validó la técnica de PCR para la detección de L. monocytogenes a partir de ADN de cultivos puros y en muestras de leches crudas, quesos frescos, carne de res y carne de pollo. En DNA de cultivos puros la sensibilidad, la especificidad y la reproducibilidad encontrada fue de 100%, 101UFC/ml y K=1,respectivamente. Para la extracción del ADN de los alimentos se emplearon dos métodos, el primero, basado en la precipitación alcohólica en presencia de NaI, lo que redujo en gran medida las grasas; permitiendo la detección directa de 10 1 UFC/ml en leche cruda y 105 UFC/g en queso fresco. El segundo método, basado en la extracción con lisozima, proteinasa K y fenol-cloroformo, permitió establecer límites de detección de 102 y 104 UFC/g para las carnes de res y pollo respectivamente. La PCR se basó enla especificidad de los iniciadores LI1/U1 que amplificaron una banda de 938 pb (identificación de género característica del rDNA 16S y los iniciadores LF/LR que amplificaron una banda de 750 pbcaracterística del gen hlyA (identificación de especie. Los resultados de la validación reportaron con relación al método “Gold Standard” una reproducibilidad, sensibilidad y especificidad del 100% en leches crudas. Para las muestras de queso frescos se reportó una reproducibilidad de 97%, sensibilidad 96.3% y especificidad del 100%, para la carne de pollo la reproducibilidad fue 98.43%, sensibilidad96.9%, especificidad 100%, valor predictivo positivo 100% y valor predictivo negativo 100%, para la carne de res todos los parámetros fueron 100%. El método “Gold Standard” reportó 100% para todos losparámetros. El trabajo muestra que ambas técnicas pueden ser utilizadas para detectar L. monocytogenes en este tipo de alimentos y que la PCR reduce el tiempo de ensayo considerablemente.

  17. Fragmentation radioinduite de l'ADN et réparation étudiée par immunomarquage anti poly(ADP-ribose)polymérase (PARP) dans les cellules de hamster chinois (CHO)

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    Bidon, N.; Varlet, P.; Noël, G.; Demurcia, G.; Salamero, J.; Averbeck, D.

    1998-04-01

    The poly(ADP-ribose)polymerase is a nuclear ubiquitous enzyme capable of binding to DNA breaks. Chinese hamster ovary cells were (CHO-K1) cultured on slides and γ-irradiated (137Cs) at a high (12.8 Gy/min) or medium dose rate (5 Gy/min), and immunolabelling against (ADP-ribose) polymers immediatly or three hours after irradiation. Quantification and localisation of γ-ray induced breaks was performed by confocal microscopy. The results show a dose effect relationship, a dose-rate effect and the signal disappearence after 3 hours at 37 °C. The presence of PARP activity appears to reflect γ-rays induced DNA fragmentation. Le poly(ADP-ribose)polymérase est une enzyme nucléaire ubiquitaire capable de se fixer sur les cassures de l'ADN. Sur une lignée sauvage de cellules d'ovaire de hamster chinois (CHO-K1) cultivée sur lame et irradiée aux rayons γ à haut débit de dose (HD) 12,8 Gy/min ou à moyen débit de dose (MD) 5 Gy/min, nous avons réalisé un immunomarquage anti-polymères d'ADP-ribose immédiatement après l'irradiation γ ou après trois heures d'incubation à 37 °C. La quantification et la localisation des lésions radioinduites ont été réalisées par microscopie confocale. Les résultats montrent une relation dose-effet et un effet de débit de dose, ainsi qu'une disparition du signal après 3 heures à 37 °C. La présence de la PARP semble donc bien refléter la fragmentation radioinduite de l'ADN.

  18. HIV disclosure in the workplace

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    Degroote, S.; Vogelaers, D.; Koeck, R.; Borms, R.; De Meulemeester, L.; Vandijck, Dominique

    2014-01-01

    Objectives: As HIV is currently a chronic and manageable disease, an increasing amount of people living with HIV (PLHIV) are (again) active on the labour market. Since research on this topic is scarce, this study aimed to explore experiences of PLHIV in the workplace, especially concerning disclosure and adherence to antiretroviral therapy. Methods: A questionnaire was developed and validated in collaboration with Sensoa (Flemish expertise centre for sexual health) and participants were recru...

  19. Drugs + HIV, Learn the Link

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    Full Text Available ... Be sure to check out the NIDA Facebook page and tag us in your posts! Learn the link between drug abuse and HIV. http://1.usa.gov/1z20ww6 How many of us think about HIV/AIDS when we’re at parties or hanging out with friends? It’s a topic you can’t ignore. Learn the Link: http:// ...

  20. HIV-associated anal cancer

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    Newsom-Davis, Thomas; Bower, Mark

    2010-01-01

    HIV-associated anal carcinoma, a non-AIDS-defining cancer, is a human papillomavirus-associated malignancy with a spectrum of preinvasive changes. The standardized incidence ratio for anal cancer in patients with HIV/AIDS is 20-50. Algorithms for anal cancer screening include anal cytology followed by high-resolution anoscopy for those with abnormal findings. Outpatient topical treatments for anal intraepithelial neoplasia include infrared coagulation therapy, trichloroacetic acid, and imiqui...