Sample records for TRABAJO EN FRIO (cold working)
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Establecimiento de una colección de trabajo de uchuva del suroccidente colombiano/ Establishment of a Cape gooseberry working collection collected in the colombian southwest zone

Bonilla Betancourt, Martha Liliana; Espinosa Piedrahíta, Katherine; Posso Terranova, Andrés Mauricio; Vásquez Amariles, Herney Darío; Muñoz Flórez, Jaime Eduardo
2008-06-01

Resumen en español Physalis peruviana L. es una especie frutícola promisoria para la zona andina colombiana; sin embargo, no ha sido un recurso genético prioritario de conservación. En el estudio se estableció una colección de trabajo registrada en una base de datos computarizada de 222 accesiones recolectadas en los departamentos de Nariño, Valle del Cauca, Cauca, Caldas, Quindío y Cundinamarca que representan la variabilidad existente de cultivariedades nativas y espontáneas. Las (mas) semillas del material recolectado se encuentran en el cuarto frío del Centro Experimental de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia sede Palmira. Esta colección contribuye a la conservación y al estudio de la diversidad de esta especie y a la disponibilidad de una base genética para futuros programas de selección y mejoramiento genético. Resumen en inglés Physalis peruviana L. is a promissory fruit specie for the Colombian Andean zone, however, it has not been a priority for genetic resource conservation. In this study a working collection of 222 accessions collected in the states of Nariño, Valle del Cauca, Cauca, Caldas, Quindío and Cundinamarca of Colombia was established and registered in a computational data base. It represent the variability present of native and spontaneous varieties. Seeds of the collected materi (mas) als are available in cold room in the Experimental Center of The National University of Colombia at Palmira’s campus. This collection contributes to the conservation and genetic diversity studies of this specie. In addition its contributes to implement breeding programs.

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La Deposición a Subpotencial de Hidrógeno sobre Oro Policristalino/ Underpotential Deposition of Hydrogen on Polycrystalline Gold

Sustersic, G.M.; Moreno, D.; Von Mengershausen, A.E.
2004-01-01

Resumen en español El objetivo de este trabajo es demostrar la presencia de hidrógeno adsorbido a subpotencial (H UPD) sobre oro. La aplicación de una perturbación de potencial triangular, conduce a la aparición de máximos de corriente catódica/anódica que corresponden a la adsorción/desorción de hidrógeno a potenciales menos negativos que los de la reacción de evolución de hidrógeno. Los distintos máximos de corriente corresponden a la adsorción de hidrógeno sobre plano cri (mas) stalinos diferentes. La presencia de hidrógeno atómico se demostró químicamente por reducción del ión plata. El resultado sugiere que el hidrógeno difunde dentro del metal y se adsorbe cuando las velocidades de difusión hacia adentro y hacia fuera se igualan. Las imperfecciones cristalinas superficiales, consecuencia de las deformaciones producidas por el trabajo en frío no eliminadas completamente por el tratamiento térmico, favorecen la difusión en ambas direcciones. Se propone el papel de H UPD como mediador en reacciones de reducción orgánicas Resumen en inglés The purpose of this work is to demonstrate the presence of underpotential hydrogen adsorbed (H UPD) on gold. The application of a triangular potential disturbance leads to the appearance of cathodic/anodic current peaks that represent electrochemical hydrogen adsorption/desorption at less negative potentials than those producing the hydrogen evolution reaction. The different current peaks correspond to the adsorption of hydrogen on different crystalline planes. The presen (mas) ce of adsorbed atomic hydrogen is chemically demonstrated by reduction of silver ion. The results suggest that the hydrogen diffuses inside the metal and adsorbs when the inward and outward diffusion velocities become equivalent. The surface crystalline imperfections, which are consequence of the cold working deformations not totally eliminated by the thermal treatment, favor diffusion in both directions. A role for the H UPD as mediator in organic reduction reactions is proposed

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Diagnóstico de la contaminación por mercurio en el personal de una unidad odontológica de Caracas, Venezuela/ DIAGNOSIS OF MERCURIAL POLLUTION IN DENTISTRY, CARACAS, VENEZUELA

Morales Fuentes, Ivelin; Reyes Gil, Rosa E; Alvarado, José; Domínguez, José; Mijares, Rodrigo
2007-09-01

Resumen en español RESUMEN El mercurio genera afecciones nerviosas, comportamentales, renales, inmunes y sexuales, entre otras. El personal que labora en la práctica odontológica, expuesto crónicamente a vapores de mercurio, constituye una población de riesgo toxicológico. El objetivo de este trabajo fue determinar el contenido de mercurio presente en el personal odontológico de un hospital venezolano, con el fin de evaluar el riesgo ocupacional. Para ello se colectaron muestras de sa (mas) ngre y orina del personal que labora en la Unidad Odontológica, los días lunes y viernes de cada semana durante cuatro semanas. El contenido de mercurio fue determinado mediante Espectroscopía de Absorción y Fluorescencia atómica con vapor frío. Mediante análisis de varianza se probaron estadísticamente las hipótesis relacionadas con la similitud en los valores de mercurio para los diferentes grupos humanos analizados y para los diferentes períodos de muestreo. Los niveles de mercurio en las muestras de orina del personal analizado resultaron por debajo del nivel umbral reseñado por la Organización Mundial de la Salud en 50 μg/L (ppb) de Hg. En muestras de sangre, el 21% de la población evaluada presentó niveles superiores al valor umbral de 15 μg/L (ppb) de Hg. Se encontraron diferencias significativas en el contenido de mercurio de sangre y orina entre los grupos laborales.  El contenido de mercurio presente en la muestras de sangre del 21% de la población evaluada revela que este grupo está en riesgo toxicológico al metal, recomendándose análisis más exhaustivos en estas personas Resumen en inglés ABSTRACT Mercury generates nervous, behavior, immune and sexual affections, among others. The personnel working in dentistry, exposed chronically mercury steam, constitutes population in toxicological risk. The objective of this work was to determine mercury present in dentistry personnel of Venezuelan hospital, for evaluating the occupational risk. Blood and urine samples were collected of the personnel working in this Unit Dentistry, the days Monday and Friday of every (mas) week during four weeks. The mercury content was determined by means of spectroscopy of absorption and atomic fluorescence with cold steam. By means of variance analysis the hypotheses related to the similarity in the values of mercury for different analyzed human groups and different periods from sampling were proven statistically. Mercury levels in urine samples of analyzed personnel are underneath the level threshold reviewed by the Health World Organization in 50 μg/L (ppb) Hg. 21% of evaluated population present levels superior to value threshold of 15 ppb of Hg in blood samples. Blood and urine mercury content between the labor groups were significantly differences. Mercury content present in blood samples of 21% of evaluated population reveals this group is in toxicological risk to metal, recommending more exhaustive analyses in these people

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Warm temperatures at bloom reduce fruit set in sweet cherry

Hedhly, Afif; Hormaza, José Ignacio; Herrero Romero, María
2007-01-01

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Use of biotechnology for preserving rare fruit germplasm

Martínez-Gómez, Pedro; Majourhat, Khalid; Zeinalabedini, Mehrshad; Erogul, Deniz; Khayam-Nekoui, Mojtaba; Grigorian, Vazgin; Hafidi, Abdellatif; Piqueras, Abel; Gradziel, Thomas M.
2007-01-01

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Triiodothyronine is required for the stimulation of type II 5'-deiodinase mRNA in rat brown adipocytes

Martínez de Mena, Raquel; Hernández, Arturo; Obregón, María Jesús
2002-05-01

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The Ortegal spur contourite depositional dystem (Bay of Biscay): the implications of the Mediterranean Outflow Waters in sedimentary processes and cold-water coral ecosystems

Hernández-Molina, F. J.; Nombela, M.A.; Van Rooij, D.; Roson, G.; Ercilla, G.; Ugorri, V.; Llave, E.; Francés, G.; De Mol, L.; Mena, A.; Pérez Arlucea, M.; Alejo, I.; Jane, G.; VanReusel, A.
2010-01-01

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The Hunt for New Physics at the Large Hadron Collider

AHEP Group; Valle, José W. F.; Hirsch, Martin; Morisi, Stefano; Heinemeyer, Sven; Nath, P.
2010-05-05

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Síndrome de burnout en médicos y personal paramédico/ Burnout syndrome in medical practitioners and paramedic personel

Pereda-Torales, Luis; Márquez Celedonio, Félix Guillermo; Hoyos Vásquez, María Teresa; Yánez Zamora, Marco Ismael
2009-10-01

Resumen en español Introducción El concepto de burnout fue utilizado por primera vez en el ámbito de la psicología por Freudenberger en el año de 1974. Este psicólogo lo definió como un estado de fatiga o frustración que se produce por la dedicación a una causa, forma de vida o relación que no produce el esperado esfuerzo. Más tarde, Maslach y Jackson propusieron tres dimensiones interrelacionadas: el cansancio emocional (CE), la despersonalización (DP) y la realización personal (mas) (RP). Estas dimensiones se integran en el cuestionario Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) que se utiliza para medir dicho síndrome. Material y métodos Diseño: Encuesta transversal comparativa. Población: Se entregó el cuestionario MBI a 160 trabajadores del área de la salud adscritos al Hospital General de Zona con Medicina Familiar 36 de la Ciudad de Cardel, Veracruz. Instrumento de evaluación: Se construyó una encuesta sobre las siguientes variables sociodemográficas y laborales: edad, estado civil, nivel académico, antigüedad laboral, antigüedad de adscripción al hospital, categoría, servicio y turno laboral. Para evaluar el síndrome de burnout se utilizó el cuestionario MBI en su versión en español. Dicho instrumento consta de 22 ítems con escala de puntuación tipo Likert (0-6), de los cuales 9 valoran CE, 5 la DP y 8 la RP. Recolección de la información: Durante el periodo comprendido de agosto a diciembre del 2006 se entregó el cuestionario a cada uno de los trabajadores de la salud. Pruebas estadísticas: Se realizó estadística descriptiva e inferencial. Se calculó la razón de momios e intervalos de confianza de 95% para medir la asociación entre los factores sociodemográficos y laborales con el desgaste profesional. Resultados De 160 trabajadores a quienes se les entregó el cuestionario MBI, sólo 146 lo regresaron en forma completa. En lo que respecta a la frecuencia y los porcentajes de las tres categorías estudiadas se observó que las evaluaciones más altas corresponden a las asistentes médicas. Hubo una prevalencia del síndrome de burnout entre el grupo de médicos del 19.6% con al menos una de las tres subescalas alteradas. Asimismo se observa que en todas las asistentes médicas hubo alteración de un mínimo de dos subescalas. Sólo se encontraron cuatro variables sociodemográficas y laborales como factores de riesgo para la presencia del síndrome de burnout, así como su relación con cada una de la subescalas que lo componen. Discusión Existen numerosos estudios sobre la prevalencia de este síndrome en diferentes profesionales de la salud, pero en el presente trabajo se incorpora a las asistentes médicas, ya que son quienes tienen un primer contacto con los pacientes en nuestra institución. Las cifras de prevalencia del síndrome de burnout reportadas por otros estudios realizados en México entre el personal médico van desde el 42.3% y 44% hasta 50%; en esta investigación la prevalencia fue menor y la dimensión de cansancio emocional es la más afectada. Entre las variables que se consideraron factores de riesgo en nuestro estudio se encuentra el estado civil. Asimismo, el trabajar en el turno vespertino y ofrecer sus servicio en la consulta externa también estuvieron relacionados con mayor predisposición al síndrome de burnout. Al igual que otros estudios, en esta investigación se encontró un mayor nivel de Burnout en profesionales con mayor edad. En lo que respecta a la DP y RP, éstas se presentaron en trabajadores cuya antigüedad laboral era mayor. En conclusión, la prevalencia del síndrome de burnout entre las asistentes médicas es muy alta y es necesario adoptar medidas para evitar el desarrollo de esta patología. Resumen en inglés Introduction Burnout syndrome is one of the most studied manifestations of job stress. The burnout concept was used by the first time in the area of psychology by Freudenberger in 1974. This psychologist defined it as a condition of fatigue or frustration that is produced by the commitment to a reason, lifestyle or relationship that does not produce the expected effort. Afterwards, Maslach and Jackson proposed three interrelated dimensions: emotional weariness (EW) which (mas) estimates the experience of emotional fatigue for the demands of work; the depersonalization (DP) which measures the answers of impersonal type and negative attitudes towards the patients; and the personal accomplishment (PA) which reflects the personal satisfaction and the competition in the practice of the daily work. These dimensions are joined in the Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) that is used to measure the afore mentioned syndrome. Several studies have demonstrated the presence of burnout syndrome among medical and paramedic personnel. The close contact with the patients and the work overload are the main reasons of this syndrome. In a multicentre study carried out among 248 doctors of the United States, 40% presented the syndrome with emotional detriment, which coincides with another study carried out with nurses attending patients with palliative care and marrow transplants. Also, in a study carried out among residents of internal medicine of the University of Washington, there was a prevalence of 76% of professional wear, with an autoperception of a lower quality in the professional care of the patients, after comparing them with non-affected residents. In Mexico, a study that investigated burnout level in a group of 450 medical practitioners, nurses and paramedics of 12 institutions revealed the following information: 10.9% presented emotional weariness, 19.6%, depersonalization, and 74.9, low personal accomplishment. Palmer et al. determined a general prevalence of 44% of the syndrome in anesthesiologists. The work overload and the conflict of values were variables that influenced the presence of this syndrome. At the Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social, Aranda et al., carried out a study among family physicians, where the prevalence of burnout syndrome was 42.3%. Likewise, Cabrera et al., found that, out of 236 studied nurses, 92 (39%) had information compatible with burnout syndrome, with statistically significant differences for the age and the antiquity in the place after comparing them with nurses without burnout syndrome. The burnout syndrome was considered by the World Health Organization as work risk. Its trascendence is rooted in the impact it has in the labor relation between medical and/or paramedic personnel and the health institutions. For this reason, we considered it important to investigate the presence of this syndrome among the medical and paramedic personnel working at hospital of the Mexican social security. Material and Methods Design: Transversal comparative survey. Population: Of a total population of 240 workers of the health area assigned to a general hospital a sample of 160 was obtained that included doctors, nurses and medical assistants based on an average prevalence of the syndrome in 30%, with an alpha level of 0.05 and a power of 90%. Instrument of evaluation: The survey was based on the following sociodemographic and labor variables: age, marital status, academic level, labor antiquity, antiquity of adscript ion to the hospital, category, service and labor shift. To evaluate the burnout syndrome, the MBI questionnaire was used in its previously validated Spanish version. The afore mentioned instrument is an objective way of measuring and determining the burnout level that a person experiences, in its three subscales: EW, DP and PA. The survey consists of 22 items with a Likert type punctuation scale (0-6), of which 9 valued EW, 5, DP, and 8, PA. With regard to the EW, which values the sensation of being emotionally exhausted by the daily contact with people to whom it is necessary to attend as object of work, a punctuation of 27 or higher indicated a high level; between 19 and 26, moderated; and lower than 19, low. In the subscale DP, which measures the degree in which the response towards the patients is cold, distant and impersonal, punctuations above 10 indicated a high level; from 6 to 9, moderated; lower than 6, low. In the subscale PA, which values the feelings of competition and efficiency for the accomplishment of the work and the relation with the people who are being attended, values above 40 indicated personal high accomplishment; from 34 to 39, intermediate; and under 33, low. In the case of obtaining a low emotional depletion, a low depersonalization and a high personal accomplishment, it was considered that no burnout was present. In the rest of the cases, the presence of burnout syndrome was established. Compilation of the information: From August to December, 2005, the survey was applied to each of the workers, indicating them that they should answer and return it in a term not longer than five days. They were all informed previously about the general objectives of the study and its confidential and anonymous character. The head investigator integrated later on the database. Statistical tests: Descriptive and inferential statistics were carried out. The odds ratio and confidence intervals of 95% were calculated to measure the association between the sociodemographic and labor factors with the professional wear. Results Of 160 workers to whom the survey MBI was applied, only 146 returned it in a complete form. Regarding the frequency and the percentages of the three categories studied with the qualifications of low, average and high for every subscale that composes the burnout syndrome, it was observed that the highest evaluations fit the medical assistants. There was a 19.6% prevalence of burnout syndrome among the groups of doctors with at least one of three disturb subscales. Likewise, it was observed that all medical assistants had an alteration of a minimum of two subscales. The nursing personnel did not present information that constitutes a risk for the development of burnout syndrome. Only four sociodemographic and labor variables were found as risk factors for the presence of burnout syndrome, as well as their relation with each of the subscales composing it. When the variables compared age, labor antiquity and time of adscript ion in the service with each of the subscales of the burnout, we observed that depersonalization appeared in older workers and longer antiquity in the position and the lack of personal accomplishment in workers with longer time in the service. There were no statistically significant differences in the subscale of emotional weariness. Discussion In the last years, burnout syndrome has acquired special relevance, mainly because of the series of repercussions that it has in the labor and personal area. Numerous studies exist on the prevalence of this syndrome in different health professionals, but in present work incorporated medical assistants, since they are those who have the first contact with the patients in our institution.

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Sugary1 inbreds to improve sugary enhancer1 hybrids of sweet corn for adaptation to cold areas with short growing seasons

Ordás López, Bernardo; Malvar Pintos, Rosa Ana; Soengas Martínez, María del Pilar; Ordás Pérez, Amando; Revilla Temiño, Pedro
2004-01-01

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Structure—function analysis of the α5 and the α13 helices of human glucokinase: Description of two novel activating mutations

Pedelini, Leda; Garcia-Gimeno, María Adelaida; Marina, Alberto; Gomez-Zumaquero, Juan M.; Rodriguez-Bada, Pablo; López-Enriquez, Soledad; Soriguer, Federico C.; Cuesta-Muñoz, Antonio L.; Sanz, Pascual
2005-08-01

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Strategic control of Dicrocoelium dendriticum (Digenea) egg excretation by naturally infected sheep

Manga-González, M. Yolanda; Quiroz Romero, Héctor; González Lanza, Camino; Miñambres Rodríguez, Baltasar; Ochoa Galván, Pedro
2010-01-01

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Snail blocks the cell cycle and confers resistance to cell death

Vega, Sonia; Morales, Aixa V.; Ocaña, Oscar H.; Valdés, Francisco; Fabregat, Isabel; Nieto, M. Ángela
2004-01-01

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Seasonal changes in xanthophyll composition and photosynthesis of cork oak (Quercus suber L.) leaves under mediterranean climate

García-Plazaola, J. I.; Faria, T.; Abadía Bayona, Javier; Chaves, M. M.; Pereira, J. S.
1997-01-01

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Seafloor characterization and backscatter variability of the Almería Margin (Alboran Sea, SW Mediterranean) based on high-resolution acoustic data

Lo Iacono, Claudio; Gràcia, Eulàlia; Diez, Susana; Bozzano, Graziella; Moreno, Ximena; Dañobeitia, Juanjo; Belén, Alonso
2008-04-21

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Right-handed sneutrino as thermal dark matter

Cerdeño, David G.; Muñoz, Carlos; Seto, Osamu
2008-07-18

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Responses of Gram-negative bacteria to certain environmental stressors

Ramos, Juan L.; Gallegos, María Trinidad; Marqués, Silvia; Ramos-González, María Isabel; Espinosa-Urgel, Manuel; Segura, Ana
2001-04-01

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Reaction Sintering of Mexican Dolomite – Zircon Mixtures

Rodríguez Galicia, J. L.; Fernández Arguijo, B.; Rendón-Angeles, J. C.; Pena Castro, María del Pilar; Valle Fuentes, Francisco José; López-Cuevas, J.
2005-07-01

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Preliminar screening of runner bean for tolerance to low temperature at early stage

Rodiño Míguez, Ana Paula; Lema Márquez, Margarita; Santalla Ferradás, Marta; Ron Pedreira, Antonio Miguel de
2006-01-01

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Prediction for the lightest Higgs boson mass in the CMSSM using indirect experimental constraints

Buchmueller, O.; Cavanaugh, R.; De Roeck, A.; Heinemeyer, Sven; Isidori, Gino; Paradisi, Paride; Ronga, F. J.; Weber, A. M.; Weiglein, G.
2007-10-11

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Polysiloxane Softener Coatings on Plasma-Treated Wool: Study of the Surface Interactions

Canal, Cristina; Molina Mansilla, Ricardo; Bertrán, Enric; Erra Serrabasa, Pilar
2007-06-28

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Performance of Crosses among French and Spanish Maize Populations across Environments

Malvar Pintos, Rosa Ana; Revilla Temiño, Pedro; Butrón Gómez, Ana María; Gouesnard, B.; Boyat, A.; Soengas Fernández, María del Pilar; Alvarez Rodríguez, Angel; Ordás Pérez, Amando
2005-05-01

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Paleoclimatic variations in foraminifer assemblages from the Alboran Sea (Western Mediterranean) during the last 150 ka in ODP Site 977

Pérez-Folgado, Marta; Sierro, Francisco Javier; Flores, José Abel; Grimalt, Joan O.; Zahn, Rainer
2004-09-29

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Orthid brachiopods from the Middle Ordovician of the Central Iberian Zone, Spain

Reyes-Abril, Jaime; Villas, E.; Gutiérrez-Marco, J. C.
2010-01-01

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On the ionic chemistry in DC cold plasmas of H2 with Ar

Méndez, Isabel; Tanarro, Isabel; Victor J., Herrero
2010-03-12

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Ocean surface water response to short-term climate changes revealed by coccolithophores from the Gulf of Cadiz (NE Atlantic) and Alboran Sea (W Mediterranean)

Colmenero-Hidalgo, Elena; Flores, José Abel; Sierro, Francisco Javier; Bárcena, M.ª Ángeles; Löwemark, Ludvig; Schönfeld, Joachim; Grimalt, Joan O.
2004-02-27

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Obtención de materiales antifricción hierro-arrabio-latón utilizando residuos de virutas de arrabio

Nasamov, S. N.; Krivij, N.; Gudenau, H. W.; Babich, A.; García Sánchez, L. L.; Formoso Prego, Antonio; Cores Sánchez, A.
2003-06-30

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Nuclear hormone receptor antagonism with AP-1 by inhibition of the JNK pathway

Caelles, Carme; González Sancho, José Manuel; Muñoz Terol, Alberto
1997-12-15

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Neutrino masses, leptogenesis, and dark matter in a hybrid seesaw model

Gu, P.H.; Hirsch, Martin; Sarkar, U.; Valle, José W. F.
2009-02-18

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Multifrequency geoacoustic imaging of fluid escape structures offshore Costa Rica: Implications for the quantification of seep processes

Klaucke, Ingo; Masson, Douglas G.; Petersen, C. Jörg; Weinrebe, Wilhelm; Ranero, César R.
2008-04-04

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Mucin 1 (MUC1) is a novel partner for MAL2 in breast carcinoma cells

Fanayan, Susan; Shehata, Mona; Agterof, Annelies P.; McGuckin, Michael A.; Alonso, Miguel A.; Byrne, Jennifer A.
2009-01-28

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Molecular dynamics and microstructure development during cold crystallization in poly(ether-ether-ketone) as revealed by real time dielectric and x-ray methods

Nogales Ruiz, Aurora; Ezquerra Sanz, Tiberio A.; Denchev, Zlatan; Sics, Igors; Baltá Calleja, Francisco José; Hsiao, Benjamin S.
2001-08-22

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Mesoscale physical variability affects zooplankton production in the Labrador Sea

Yebra, Lidia; Harris, R. P.; Head, E. J. H.; Yashayaev, I.; Harris, L. R.; Hirst, A. G.
2009-01-01

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Martian hydrogeology sustained by thermally insulating gas and salt hydrates

Kargel, Jeffrey S.; Furfaro, Roberto; Prieto Ballesteros, Olga; Rodríguez, J. Alexis P.; Montgomery, David R.; Gillespie, Alan R.; Marion, Giles M.; Wood, Stephen E.
2007-11-01

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Low oxygen treatment prior to cold storage decreases the incidence of bitter pit in Golden Reinders apples

Val Falcón, Jesús; Fernández, Victoria; López, P.; Peiró, J. M.; Blanco Braña, Álvaro
2010-02-01

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Low melting temperature and liquid surface layering for pair potential models

Velasco, Enrique; Tarazona, Pedro; Reinaldo Falagán, M.; Chacón, Enrique
2002-12-15

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Ion Chemistry in Cold Plasmas of H2 with CH4 and N2

Tanarro, Isabel; Herrero, Víctor J.; Islyaikin, A.M.; Méndez, Isabel; Tabarés, F. L.; Tafalla, D.
2007-08-28

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Inheritance of cold tolerance at emergence and during early season growth in maize

Revilla Temiño, Pedro; Malvar Pintos, Rosa Ana; Cartea González, María Elena; Butrón Gómez, Ana María; Ordás Pérez, Amando
2000-11-01

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Influence of Carbon Dioxide Addition to Raw Milk on Microbial

Ruas-Madiedo, Patricia; Bascarán, Victoria; Braña, Alfredo; Bada Gancedo, Juan Carlos; González de los Reyes-Gavilán, Clara
1998-03-13

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Improved technique for counting chromosomes in almond

Martínez-Gómez, Pedro; Sánchez-Pérez, Raquel; Vaknin, Y.; Dicenta, Federico; Gradziel, Thomas M.
2005-05-30

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Impact of micro-and nanograzers on phytoplankton assessed by standard and size-fractionated dilution grazing experiments

Calbet, Albert; Trepat, Isabel; Almeda, Rodrigo; Salo, Violeta; Saiz, Enric; Movilla, Juan Ignacio; Alcaraz, Miquel; Yebra, Lidia; Simó, Rafel
2008-01-01

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Identification of a novel bond between a histidine and the essential tyrosine in catalase HPII of Escherichia coli

Bravo, Jerónimo; Fita, Ignasi; Ferrer, Juan C.; Ens, Werner; Hillar, Alex; Switala, Jacek; Loewen, Peter C.
1997-05-01

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Hot vs. Cold: Sequential Responses and Preference Stability in Experimental Games

Brandts, Jordi; Charness, Gary

In experiments with two-person sequential games we analyze whether responses to favorable and unfavorable actions depend on the elicitation procedure. In our “hot” treatment the second player responds to the first player’s observed action while in our “cold” treatment we follow the “strategy method”...

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Holocene neoglacial events in the Bransfield Strait (Antarctica). Palaeocenographic and paleoclimatic significance

Bárcena, M.ª Angeles; Fabrés, Joan; Isla, Enrique; Flores, José Abel; Sierro, Francisco Javier; Canals, Miquel; Palanques, Albert
2006-12-30

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High-pressure co-gasification of coal with biomass and petroleum coke

Fermoso Domínguez, Javier; Arias Rozada, Borja; González Plaza, Marta; Pevida García, Covadonga; Rubiera González, Fernando; Pis Martínez, José Juan; García-Peña, F.; Casero, P.
2009-03-09

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Health-Promoting Compounds in Broccoli as Influenced by Refrigerated Transport and Retail Sale Period

Vallejo, Fernando; Tomás Barberán, Francisco; García-Viguera, Cristina
2003-04-10

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HCA and HML isolated from the red marine algae Hypnea cervicornis and Hypnea musciformis define a novel lectin family

Nagano, Celso S.; Debray, Henri; Nascimento, Kyria S.; Pinto, Vicente P.T.; Cavada, Benildo S.; Saker-Sampaio, Silvana; Farias, Wladimir R.L.; Sampaio, Alexandre H.; Calvete, Juan J.
2005-08-01

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Go-gasification of coal with biomass and petcoke in a high-pressure gasifier for syngas production

Fermoso Domínguez, Javier; Arias Rozada, Borja; Pevida García, Covadonga; Rubiera González, Fernando; Pis Martínez, José Juan; Plaza, M. G.
2009-11-01

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Future CMB cosmological constraints in a dark coupled universe

Mena, Olga; Melchiorri, A.; López Honorez, L.; Martinelli, M.
2010-05-15

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Functional fatty fish supplemented with grape procyanidins. Antioxidant and proapoptotic properties on colon cell lines

Medina, Isabel; Lois, Sergi; Lizárraga, Daneida; Pazos, Manuel; Touriño, Sonia; Cascante, Marta; Torres, Josep Lluís
2006-04-22

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Four climate cycles of recurring deep and surface water destabilizations on the Iberian margin

Martrat Sotil, Belén; Grimalt, Joan O.; Shackleton, Nicholas J.; Abreu, Lucía de; Hutterli, Manuel A.; Stocker, Thomas F.
2007-06-14

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Folclore y exotismo: Análisis de un discurso sociológico acerca de América Latina

della Faille, Dimitri
2009-08-01

Resumen en español En nuestro artículo, presentamos los principales resultados de un análisis de dos corpus de textos sociológicos producidos en Estados Unidos entre 1945 y 1970. Ambos están compuestos por revistas científicas, tesis de doctorado y tesinas de maestría de sociología. El análisis de éstos pretende examinar las categorías de trabajo que la sociología estadounidense aplicó a América Latina durante la Guerra Fría. La investigación se organiza mediante dos procesos (mas) de transformación léxica (desfolclorización y endotismo). Las temáticas abordadas son: las comunidades indígenas, las tradiciones y la modernización, la fertilidad humana, la urbanización, la industrialización y las migraciones internas. Resumen en inglés In our article, we present the main results of the analysis of two corpora of sociological texts published in the United States between 1945 and 1970. These corpora have been constituted from scientific journals, master's thesis and PhD dissertations in Sociology. The analysis of these two corpora attempt to examine the working categories of the Sociology in the United States applied on Latin America during the Cold War. Our research shows that Sociology about Latin Ameri (mas) ca has been transformed according to two processes of lexical transformation ("dysfolklorization" and "endotism"). Topics covered indigenous communities, tradition and modernization, human fertility, urbanization, industrialization and internal migrations.

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Empleo de la crioterapia para el tratamiento de las verrugas plantares/ Cryotherapy usage to treat plantar warts

Miranda Díaz, Belkis Tamara
2010-02-01

Resumen en español El tratamiento de dermatosis con el nitrógeno líquido como criógeno (sustancia generadora de frío) permite destrucción celular a más de 5 mm de profundidad, lo que resulta imprescindible para utilizarlo en el tratamiento de cánceres cutáneos; además, es barato, fácil de conservar y manejar. No se considera combustible ni tóxico. Su aplicación retiene factor de crecimiento dentro de la herida, la colágena no se daña como en la quemadura por calor; casi no exi (mas) ste contracción de la herida, el perineuro no se altera y al producirse la necrosis tisular retiene factor de necrosis tisular los que ayudan a aumentar la necrosis de los tejidos. Teniendo en cuenta la alta incidencia de las dermatosis en nuestra consulta, las cuales pueden tratarse con este criógeno, decidimos generalizar este tratamiento en la clínica provincial MININT. Las verrugas plantares representaron un alto porcentaje, limitando a nuestros pacientes en el desarrollo de sus actividades laborales. Esta virosis cutánea se ve muy favorecida por las inmunodepresiones sistémicas de los pacientes, la hiperhidrosis y los trastornos podálicos. Seleccionamos a los pacientes que asistieron a nuestra consulta externa con el diagnóstico clínico de verrugas plantares en el período comprendido de septiembre de 2006 a septiembre de 2007, siempre firmando el acta de consentimiento informado, donde se aclaró los posibles efectos secundarios. Se aplicó nitrógeno líquido a través de aplicadores de algodón con una frecuencia semanal a continuación de rebaja mecánica. Se realizó evaluación clínica evolutiva de forma quincenal durante el tratamiento según los elementos y características clínicas referidos por el enfermo, y comprobado por el examen físico realizado por la investigadora principal, teniendo en cuenta la posibilidad de aparición de los efectos secundarios a corto y largo plazo. Con esta investigación se demostró que la crioterapia es eficaz en el tratamiento de las verrugas plantares, pues todos los pacientes evolucionaron hacia la curación en un corto período de tiempo, sin efectos secundarios en su gran mayoría. Resumen en inglés Treating dermatosis with liquid nitrogen as cryogen (substance generating cold) allows cellular destruction in more than 5 mm depth, making it indispensable to use it treating cutaneous cancers; besides that, it is cheap, easy to conserve and manage, and it is not considered flammable or toxic. Its applying retains the growth factor inside the injury, the collagen is not damaged as it is in burning by hot, there is not almost injury contraction, the perineurium is not alt (mas) ered, and when the tissue necrosis takes place, it retains tissue necrosis factor, helping to increase the necrosis of tissues. Taking into account the high incidence of dermatosis that can be treated with cryogen, in our consultation; we decided to generalize this treatment at the Provincial Interior Ministry Clinic. Plantar warts represent a big percent, limiting our patients in developing their working activities. This cutaneous viral disease is favored by the patients' systemic immunodepressions, hyperhidrosis and podalic disturbances. We selected the patients assisting to our extern al consultation with plantar wart clinical diagnosis in the period from September 2006 to September 2007. They signed an act of informed consent where the possible side effects are explained. Liquid nitrogen was applied with cotton applicators once a week after mechanical reduction. We made a clinical evolving evaluation fortnightly during the treatment, according to the elements and clinical characteristics referred by the patient, and proved by the physical examination carried out by the main investigator, because of the likelihood of short and long time side effects. This investigation demonstrated that cryotherapy is efficacious in treating plantar warts, since all the patients were healed in a short time period, most of them without side effects.

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Diversity of the Pleistocene Gomphotheres (Gomphotheriidae, Proboscidea) from South America

Prado, José Luis; Alberdi Alonso, María Teresa; Sánchez Chillón, Begoña; Azanza, B.
2003-05-24

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Differential role of the menthol-binding residue Y745 in the antagonism of thermally gated TRPM8 channels

Malkia, Annika; Pertusa, María; Fernández-Ballester, Gregorio; Ferrer-Montiel, Antonio; Viana, Félix
2009-11-01

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Detection of circumstellar CH2CHCN, CH2CN, CH3CCH and H2CS

Agúndez, Marcelino; Fonfría, José Pablo; Cernicharo, José; Pardo Carrión, Juan Ramón; Guélin, Michel
2007-12-06

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Decline in ribosomal fidelity contributes to the accumulation and stabilization of the master stress response regulator σS upon carbon starvation

Fredriksson, Åsa; Ballesteros, Manuel; Peterson, Celeste N.; Persson, Örjan; Silhavy, Thomas J.; Nyström, Thomas
2007-04-01

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Crystallization and preliminary X-ray diffraction studies of the Lb proteinase from foot-and-mouth disease virus

Guarné, Alba; Kirchweger, Regina; Verdaguer, Nuria; Liebig, Hans-Dieter; Blaas, Dieter; Skern, Tim; Fita, Ignasi
1996-09-01

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Cosmological parameter constraints from SDSS luminous red galaxies: a new treatment of large-scale clustering

Sánchez, Ariel G.; Crocce, Martín; Cabré, Anna; Baugh, Carlton M.; Gaztañaga, Enrique
2009-10-01

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Contrasting responses of photosynthesis and carbon metabolism to low temperatures in tall fescue and clovers.

Pérez, P.; Morcuende, R.; Martín del Molino, Isabel; Sánchez de la Puente, L.; Martínez-Carrasco, R.
2001-01-01

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Confronting dark energy models with astrophysical data: Non-equilibrium vs. conventional cosmologies

Ellis, John; Mavromatos, Nikolaos E.; Mitsou, Vasiliki A.; Nanopoulos, Dimitri V.
2007-03-01

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Comparative analysis of bacterioplankton assemblages from maritime Antarctic freshwater lakes with contrasting trophic status

Schiaffino, M. Romina; Unrein, Fernando; Gasol, Josep M.; Farias, M. E.; Estevez, Cristina; Balagué, Vanessa; Izaguirra, Irina
2009-01-01

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Cold-water corals in the Cap de Creus canyon, northwestern Mediterranean: spatial distribution, density and anthropogenic impact

Orejas, Covadonga; Gori, Andrea; Lo Iacono, Claudio; Puig, Pere; Gili, Josep María; Dale, Mark R. T.
2009-12-17

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Chilling injury susceptibility in an intra-specific peach [Prunus persica (L.) Batsch] progeny

Cantín Mardones, Celia M.; Crisosto, C. H.; Ogundiwin, E. A.; Gradziel, T.; Torrente, J.; Moreno Sánchez, María Ángeles; Gogorcena Aoiz, Yolanda
2010-11-01

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Changes in surface CO2 and ocean PH in ICES shelf sea ecosystems

Barry, James; Bellerby, Richard; Blackford, Jerry; Børsheim, Knut; Dulvy, Nick; Gattuso, Jean-Pierre; Gazeau, Frederic; Hain, Stefan; Hardman -Mountford, Nick; Hydes, David; Kildow, Judith; Silke Kröger, Silke; Laing, Ian; Leonardos, Nikos; Marubini, Francesca; Pelejero, Carles; Pörtner, Hans; Studd, Shaun; Suggett, Dave; Widdicombe, Steve
2008-04-01

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Cascades in Mediterranean Submarine Grand Canyons

Canals, Miquel; Danovaro, Roberto; Heussner, Serge; Lykousis, Vasilis; Puig, Pere; Trincardi, Fabio; Calafat, Antoni; Durrieu de Madron, Xavier; Palanques, Albert; Sànchez-Vidal, Anna
2009-03-01

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Breaking seed dormancy in almond (Prunus dulcis (Mill.) D.A. Webb)

García-Gusano, Marta; Martínez-Gómez, Pedro; Dicenta, Federico
2004-02-27

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Binding of transcriptional activators to sigma 54 in the presence of the transition state analog ADP-aluminum fluoride: insights into activator mechanochemical action

Chaney, Matthew; Grande, Ricardo; Wigneshweraraj, Siva R.; Cannon, Wendy; Casaz, Paul; Gallegos, María Trinidad; Schumacher, Jorg; Jones, Susan; Elderkin, Sarah; Dago, Angel Ernesto; Morett, Enrique; Buck, Martin
2001-07-11

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Assessment of runner bean (Phaseolus coccineus L.) germplasm for tolerance to low temperature during early seedling growth

Rodiño Míguez, Ana Paula; Lema Márquez, Margarita; Pérez Barbeito, Marlene; Santalla Ferradás, Marta; Ron Pedreira, Antonio Miguel de
2007-05-01

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Application of recent biotechnologies to prunus tree crop genetic improvement

Martínez-Gómez, Pedro; Sánchez-Pérez, Raquel; Rubio, Manuel; Dicenta, Federico
2005-08-01

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An approach to blast furnace coke quality prediction

Álvarez García, Ramón; Díez Díaz-Estébanez, M.ª Antonia; Barriocanal Rueda, Carmen; Díaz-Faes González, Elvira; García Cimadevilla, José Luis
2007-09-01

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An Early Ordovician (Floian) Conodont Fauna from the Eastern Cordillera of Peru (Central Andean Basin)

Gutiérrez-Marco, J. C.; Albanesi, G. L.; Sarmiento, Graciela N.; Carlotto, Víctor
2008-01-01

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Altitudinal gradients of PBDEs and PCBs in fish from European high mountain lakes

Gallego, Eva; Grimalt, Joan O.; Bartrons Vilamala, Mireia; López Fernández, Jordi F.; Camarero, Lluís; Catalán, Jordi; Stuchlík, Evzen; Battarbee, Rick
2007-03-06

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Alfalfa Adyta

Hycka Maruniak, Miguel
1971-01-01

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Additional complexity on human chromosome 15q: identification of a set of newly recognized duplicons (LCR15) on 15q11-q13, 15q24, and 15q26

Pujana, Miguel Ángel; Nadal, Marga; Gratacòs, Mònica; Peral, Belén; Csiszar, Katalin; González-Sarmiento, Rogelio; Sumoy, Lauro; Estivill, Xavier
2001-01-01

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