Sample records for DENDRITAS (dendrites)
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Formación de precipitados gamma de morfologia dendrítica en una matriz beta CuZnAl/ Dendritic morphology of gamma precipitate in a beta CuZnAl ma

Castro, M.L.; Fornaro, O.
2007-12-01

Resumen en español El envejecimiento isotérmico de la fase beta de aleaciones CuZnAl, de adecuada composición, promueve la formación de núcleos de fase gamma, que luego crecen bajo condiciones particulares, básicamente por un mecanismo difusivo. Estos precipitados, inicialmente de formas esféricas o cúbicas, pueden, con la continuación del tratamiento térmico, desarrollar morfologías más complejas tales como láminas y dendritas, producto de la competencia entre los campos de com (mas) posición y las reacciones en la interface. La anisotropía cristalina y la coherencia de las redes en la interface entre el precipitado y la matriz tienen que tenerse en cuenta para explicar las morfologías facetadas o dendríticas durante el crecimiento. En este trabajo se muestran y caracterizan geométricamente precipitados de fase gamma dendríticos formados en una matriz beta mediante tratamientos isotérmicos. Se analizan las morfologías observadas y su evolución, y se las compara con predicciones teóricas. Resumen en inglés The isothermal aging of beta phase in some CuZnAl of adequate composition, promotes the nucleation of a gamma phase that then grow by means of a diffusion controlled process. In the first stages the morphology is spherical and cuboidal, but it develops to more complex geometries such as a laminar growth or dendrites, as a result of the competition between the solute fields and the reactions at the interface. Crystalline anisotropy and coherence at the matrix-precipitate i (mas) nterface have to be taken into account to explain faceted and dendritic morphologies during the growth. In this work, the dendritic gamma precipitation obtained by an isothermal heat treatment of a beta matrix is characterized, and compared with theoretical predictions.

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La interrupción temprana del vínculo social altera la organización citoarquitectónica y expresión de neuropéptidos en la corteza prefrontal/ Early Disruption of Social Attachment Alters the Cytoarchitectonic Organization and Neuropeptide Expression in the Prefrontal Cortex

Pascual, Rodrigo
2002-04-01

Resumen en español En el presente trabajo se evalúa el efecto que produce el entorno social temprano sobre la maduración neuronal y la expresión del péptido intestinal vasoactivo (VIP) en ratas postlactantes. Se emplearon técnicas de Golgi-Cox-Sholl e inmunocitoquímicas para evaluar el patrón de ramificación dendrítica y la expresión de VIP en animales criados en un medio social aislado (SA) versus uno social habitual (SH). Las ratas del grupo SA presentaron un menor porcentaje de (mas) dendritas basales asociado a un incremento en la expresión de VIP respecto de los animales SH. Estas alteraciones neuronales no fueron recuperadas a pesar de restituirles su entorno social durante 30 días. Los animales SA mostraron además un deterioro significativo de la conducta exploratoria. Estos hallazgos conjuntamente con antecedentes clínicos previos sugieren que el ambiente social temprano puede ocasionar cambios morfofuncionales notables en la corteza prefrontal Resumen en inglés The effects of differential rearing on neuronal maturation and vasoactive intestinal peptide (VIP) expression were examined in the prefrontal cortex of weaned rats. Golgi-Cox-Sholl and immunocytochemical techniques were used to examine the branching patterns of dendrites and the VIP expression in both isolated and socially reared animals. Socially deprived rats had a significantly lower proportion of basal dendrites associated with a higher VIP expression than did rats re (mas) ared in a social environment. These neuronal impairments were not overcome even after thirty days of re-socialization. Similarly, exploratory behavior was significantly impaired in animals reared in isolation. These findings, together with previous clinical reports, suggest that socially adverse experiences during the early postnatal period can induce striking morphofunctional changes in the prefrontal cortex

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Alteraciones de la morfología dendrítica neuronal en la corteza cerebral de ratones infectados con rabia: un estudio con la técnica de Golgi/ Neuronal dentritic morphology alterations in the cerebral cortex of rabies-infected mice: a Golgi study

Torres-Fernández, Orlando; Yepes, Gloria E; Gómez, Javier E
2007-12-01

Resumen en español Introducción. Los signos neurológicos de la rabia son impresionantes; no obstante, el cerebro infectado sufre apenas cambios histológicos muy sutiles. Objetivo. Estudiar la morfología neuronal mediante la técnica de Golgi, en la corteza cerebral de ratones infectados con el virus de la rabia. Materiales y métodos. Se inocularon ratones con virus silvestre de la rabia (virus ‘calle’) de origen canino o con virus adaptado (virus ‘fijo’) de la cepa CVS (challenge v (mas) irus standard). Los animales se sacrificaron en la fase terminal de la enfermedad y se fijaron por perfusión con paraformaldehído. Los cerebros se procesaron con la técnica de Golgi, se obtuvieron cortes coronales de la corteza, se contaron las neuronas impregnadas en un área de 1 mm2, se midió el tamaño de sus cuerpos celulares y se tomaron fotografías en diferentes planos de profundidad. Resultados. Se observaron alteraciones morfológicas notables en el soma y las dendritas de neuronas piramidales, con pérdida acentuada de espinas, en 12,9% de neuronas corticales de animales infectados con virus ‘calle’ por vía intracerebral; en 8,2% de neuronas de ratones inoculados con este mismo virus por la ruta intramuscular y en 31,8% de neuronas en los animales inoculados con virus ‘fijo’ por vía intramuscular. Además, en las muestras de material infectado el número de neuronas impregnadas por la técnica de Golgi fue considerablemente menor al observado en las muestras no infectadas. Conclusiones. Estos resultados son evidencia de que el virus de la rabia sí puede inducir daño neuronal estructural. Además, esta infección aparentemente interfiere con los mecanismos de impregnación argéntica del método de Golgi. Resumen en inglés Introduction. The neurological signs of rabies are very dramatic. Nevertheless, the infected brain manifests only very subtle histological changes. Objective. The neuronal morphology in the cerebral cortex of rabies-infected mice was examined by means the Golgi technique for detection of neuropathy. Materials and methods. Two groups of mice were inoculated with rabies-one with street virus isolated from an infected dog and the second with fixed CVS (challenge virus standa (mas) rd) virus. At the terminal phase of illness, the animals were sacrificed and fixed for histological staining by perfusion with paraformaldehyde. Next, the brains were treated by the Golgi technique and coronal sections were obtained. Neurons enclosed within 1 mm2 frames of the frontal cortex sections were counted and the sizes of the cellular bodies were measured. Photographs of several depth levels from the sections were obtained. Results. Cortical pyramidal neurons showed distinctive morphological alterations in the soma and dendrites (including loss of dendritic spines) in 12.9% of cells from intracerebral infected-mice with street virus; in 8.2% of neurons from intramuscular infected-mice with street virus, and in 31.8% of neurons from mice injected intramusculary with fixed virus. In addition, the number of neurons impregnated by the Golgi technique in infected brains was considerably lower than in the non-infected samples. Conclusions. Rabies virus can induce structural neuron damage. The infection also appears to induce tissue changes that interfere with the chemical mechanisms of the Golgi silver impregnation method.

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Ultrastructural study of the hypothalamus in mice chronically treated with manganese/ Estudio ultraestructural del hipotálamo de ratones tratados crónicamente con manganeso

Villalobos, Virginia; Martínez, Juan Carlos; Castellano, Alan; Hernández-Fonseca, Juan Pablo; Medina-Leendertz, Shirley; Bonilla, Ernesto
2010-03-01

Resumen en español El manganeso (Mn) es un metal esencial que forma parte de algunas metaloproteínas y actúa como cofactor de varias enzimas. El Mn es capaz de atravesar la barrera hematoencefálica e ingresar al sistema nervioso. Presenta baja toxicidad, pero la exposición a altas concentraciones o por tiempos prolongados produce alteraciones neurológicas en humanos que inicialmente provocan alucinaciones y conducta compulsiva seguidas por rigidez, debilidad muscular, ataxia, pérdida (mas) de la memoria y temblor, síntomas similares a los de la enfermedad de Parkinson. En el presente estudio se evaluaron los efectos tóxicos del Mn sobre la ultraestructura del hipotálamo de ratones. Se inyectaron intraperitonealmente ratones albinos machos con MnCl2 (5 mg Mn/Kg/día durante 9 semanas). El grupo control recibió NaCl 0,9% (0,1 mL/dosis). Los animales se sacrificaron por dislocación cervical, extrayéndose y disecándose el hipotálamo, que posteriormente se procesó para realizar observaciones al microscopio electrónico de transmisión convencional a las 2; 4; 6 y 9 semanas de tratamiento. A las 2 semanas, se observó ligera desorganización en el aparato de Golgi y en las fibras mielínicas. A las 4 semanas, se acentuó la desorganización y se comenzó a observar dilatación del retículo endoplasmático liso y rugoso asi como mitocondrias alteradas. A las 6 semanas, se encontró pérdida del patrón normal de la cubierta mielínica. Finalizadas las 9 semanas de tratamiento, se observaron mitocondrias hinchadas con pérdida de las crestas, dilatación acentuada del retículo endoplasmático rugoso y liso y dendritas con cierto grado de edema. Estos resultados parecen indicar que el efecto neurotóxico del Mn aumenta a medida que transcurre el tiempo de exposición para producir alteraciones ultraestructurales de las células nerviosas del hipotálamo. Resumen en inglés Manganese (Mn) is an essential metal that is an integral part of some metalloproteins and acts as a cofactor of several enzymes. Mn is able to cross the blood-brain barrier and enter the nervous system. It has a low toxicity but exposure to high concentrations or for prolonged periods of time produce neurological disorders in humans that initially cause hallucinations and compulsive behaviour followed by stiffness, muscle weakness, ataxia, memory loss and a tremor resembl (mas) ing Parkinson’s disease. This study assessed the ultrastructural alterations produced in the hypothalamus of male albino mice injected intraperitoneally with MnCl2 (5 mg Mn/Kg/day) and a control group injected with NaCl 0.9% (0.1 mL) daily for 9 weeks. The animals were sacrificed by cervical dislocation. The hypothalamus was extracted and subsequently processed to be observed on the conventional transmission electron microscope at 2, 4, 6 and 9 weeks of treatment. After 2 weeks it was observed a slight disruption of the Golgi apparatus and the myelin fibers. After 4 weeks the disorganization was accentuated and dilatation of the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) and alterations of mitochondria were observed. After 6 weeks the normal pattern of the myelin sheath was lost. After 9 weeks of treatment it was found swollen mitochondria with lost of crystae, a marked dilatation of rough and smooth endoplasmic reticulum and dendrites with a high degree of swelling. These results suggest that the neurotoxic effect of Mn increases as time of exposure passes and produces ultrastructural alterations of nerve cells in the hypothalamus.

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Therapeutic compound against Leishmania infection and to the use thereof

Corbí, Ángel; Colmenares, María; Rivas López, Luis Ignacio; Relloso Cerceda, Miguel
2003-12-31

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The Human RC3 Gene Homolog, NRGN Contains a Thyroid Hormone-Responsive Element Located in the First Intron

Martínez de Arrieta, Cruz; Morte Molina, Beatriz; Coloma, Antonio; Bernal Carrasco, Juan
1999-01-01

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Synthesis, characterization, and induction of stable anisotropy in liquid crystalline photo-addressable PPI dendrimers

Alcalá, Rafael; Giménez, Raquel; Oriol, Luis; Piñol, Milagros; Serrano, José Luis; Villacampa, Belén; Viñuales, Ana I.
2006-12-01

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Predicción del desarrollo mental a los 20 meses de edad por medio de la evaluación del desarrollo psicomotor a los seis meses de vida en niños sanos/ Psychomotor development at six months predicts mental development at 20 months in healthy children

Ramos, Rosa; Cruz, Francisco; Pérez, Miguel; Salvatierra, Ma. Teresa; Robles, Concepción; Koletzko, Bertold U.V.; Decsi, Tamas; Campoy, Cristina
2008-02-01

Resumen en español Introducción El estudio de los posibles factores tanto protectores como de riesgo que puedan favorecer o dañar a la mujer durante el embarazo y, por tanto, al niño en el período prenatal y postnatal, se ha convertido hoy en una necesidad y en un objetivo prioritario de salud mundial. Uno de los objetivos de la Atención Temprana es la realización de programas de seguimiento para prevenir, detectar y tratar secuelas en el desarrollo infantil. El seguimiento es el modo (mas) de comprobar si el desarrollo se está produciendo dentro de unas pautas de normalidad. Si la detección y el seguimiento de poblaciones de riesgo son unas tareas claves en la atención temprana, no lo son menos la realización de estudios longitudinales que toman a la población normal como objeto de estudio. Actualmente, en diversos países de la Comunidad Europea se están llevando a cabo importantes estudios aleatorizados con seguimiento longitudinal (proyectos NUHEAL, EARNEST, Red de Excelencia INMA) para evaluar el desarrollo global de los niños sanos y el desarrollo mental, en particular. Dentro de los factores asociados al desarrollo mental se encuentran el desarrollo psicomotor y el desarrollo somático. Numerosos estudios muestran que el peso, la talla y el perímetro cefálico son predictores de trastornos del desarrollo cuando se trata de una población de alto riesgo o con alguna patología. El objetivo principal de este estudio es describir la evolución del neurodesarrollo en niños sanos desde el sexto al vigésimo mes de vida. En este artículo se presentan parte de los resultados del Proyecto Europeo NUHEAL. Material y método Se estudiaron 66 bebés sanos (32 niños / 34 niñas), nacidos a término, con peso al nacimiento apropiado para la edad gestacional, que fueron reclutados en el Hospital Clínico Universitario "San Cecilio" en Granada y cuyas madres eran participantes del proyecto NUHEAL pero que no recibieron suplementación de ácido docosahexaenoico y ácido eicosapentanoico. Se les realizó evaluación del neurodesarrollo a los seis (n:66) y 20 (n:56) meses de edad utilizando las Escalas Bayley de Desarrollo Infantil (EBDI). Estas escalas proporcionan un índice de desarrollo mental (IDM) y un índice de desarrollo psicomotor (IDP). Igualmente se realizó evaluación del desarrollo somático, mediante el estudio antropométrico de las siguientes variables: Peso, talla, perímetro cefálico y torácico al nacimiento, a los seis y 20 meses de edad. El protocolo del presente estudio fue aprobado por el Comité Ético local del Hospital Clínico Universitario > de Granada. Resultados Los datos mostraron que la población estudiada tenía mayor desarrollo psicomotor que mental tanto a los seis como a los 20 meses de edad, siendo la media del Indice de Desarrollo Psicomotor (IDP) (107.95±11.70 vs 125.39±10.51) a los seis y 20 meses respectivamente, y la media del Índice de Desarrollo Mental (IDM) (97.73±9.14 vs 119.64±12.41) para los seis y 20 meses de edad. Los resultados también muestran que el IDM a los 20 meses es mayor en aquellos niños que tenían un IDP mayor a los seis meses (F (1.52)= 4.27; p Resumen en inglés Introduction The study of the possible protector factors and the risk factors can favour or harm women during pregnancy, and so, the infant during the pre- and post-natal periods, has today become a necessary and a high priority objective of world health. In agreement with this proposal, carrying out follow-up programs to prevent, detect and treat consequences in infant development is one of the objectives of Early Care (EC). The follow-up is the way to verify whether the (mas) development of the child is occurring within the guidelines of normalcy, or if there is a suspicion that he may be suffering from delays. In order to do this in an appropriate way, one of the necessary conditions is to have access to the tables and instruments that include up-to-date parameters of the course of overall development in the normal population. If the detection and follow-up of risk populations is a key task in the context of early attention, so are the longitudinal studies that use the normal population as the focus of their study. Currently, in various countries in the European Union, important follow-up studies are being carried out of a multi-disciplinary nature (EARNEST Project, NUHEAL Project, and Spanish INMA Network), with the purpose of evaluating the development of the child in general and, specifically, his mental development. These studies take into account, among others, a series of parameters that contemplate the eating habits of the mother, exposure to environmental contaminants, styles of care and the physical, mental and social follow-up of the development of the children up to ages that include adolescence. One of the factors associated with mental development is psychomotricity. The psychomotor development refers to the acquisition of skills observed in the child in a continuous way throughout childhood, and it is associated, on the one hand, with the maturing of the Central Nervous System (proliferation of the dendrites, synaptogenesis and the myelinazation of the axons) from the first months of life up to the age of two. This maturation process has a pre-established order and a clear and predictable sequence: the progress is in a cephalocaudal sense and from proximal to distal. On the other hand, the psychomotor development is also associated with the learning done by the baby and the child in their interactions with themselves and their surroundings, with the affective links they establish based on the affect and stability of the care received and the perception of everything around them (people, images, sounds, movement…). These conditions are determinants in the emotional development, communicative functions, adaptive behaviours and attitude toward learning. It has been proposed that the psychomotor development precedes the mental development and forms the base on which it is established. And although it must be kept in mind that there are degrees of individual variation in normal psychomotor development, depending on the interaction between genetic and environmental factors, it can be said that full term babies who are born healthy follow a pattern of development or skills acquisition. This pattern is clear, and basic milestones have been defined that are easy to measure and that make it possible to know when a child is progressing satisfactorily. In these children, the rhythm of psychomotor development in the first two years of life is quite rapid. At six to seven months, they can sit and crawl; at eight to nine months, they stand up; and at 10 to 12 months, they walk with help. Through their movements and manipulations, they are exploring, imitating, learning and understanding. It is important to observe and rigorously follow the way the psychomotor development is occurring and being established in children because it may provide us with early indications of possible consequences in some parameters of their mental development. Another factor that is related to the mental development, in addition to the psychomotor development, is the somatic growth or development of the child. Numerous studies show how the weight, length and cephalic perimeter are predictors of disorders in development in the case of a risk, high-risk and/or clinical population with established problems and diverse associated pathologies. Therefore, these measures of growth constitute essential parameters to keep in mind for an early intervention in the deviations and disorders in development. In this study, it has been proposed the need to verify whether this relationship of prediction between somatic growth and psychomotor and mental development also occurs in populations of healthy children. The main objective of this study was to describe the evolution of the neurodevelopment in healthy children from the sixth to the 20th month of life. We now present the results of a part of the follow-up from the NUHEAL Project. Material and method The sample studied was composed of 66 (32 boys/34 girls) full-term, healthy infants, with a weight at birth appropriate for their gestational age, born at the San Cecilio Clinical University Hospital in Granada. All of their mothers were participants in the NUHEAL project, and they did not received docosahexaenoic acid and eicosapentaenoic acid supplements. To evaluate the neurodevelopment of the infants, the Bayley Scales of Infant Development (BSID) were used at six months (6.22±0.29) (n:66) and at 20 months (19.56±1.17) (n:56). The evaluation was performed by a psychologist who had been trained for this. The BSID evaluates three aspects of development: motor development, mental development and the behaviour of the child. It provides an index of mental development (MDI) and an index of psychomotor development (PDI). In addition, an evaluation of the somatic or anthropometric development was also performed by an expert paediatrician, taking into account the following variables: weight, height, cephalic and thoracic perimeter at birth, at six months of age and at 20 months. The local Ethical Committee of the University Clinical Hospital "San Cecilio" of Granada approved the study protocol. After a careful explanation of the study details, written informed consent was obtained from all participating women. Results The preliminary data obtained in this study showed that the psychomotor development of the children was greater than the mental development, at both six and 20 months of age, with the mean from the Psychomotor Development Index (PDI) being (107.95±11.70 vs 125.39±10.51) at six and 20 months, respectively, and the mean from the Mental Development Index (MDI) being (97.73±9.14 vs. 119.64±12.41) at six and 20 months of age. The results showed that the MDI at 20 months was greater in those children who had a greater PDI at six months, (F(1. 52)= 4.27; p

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Plasmacytoid dendritic cells resident in human thymus drive natural Treg cell development

Martín-Gayo, Enrique; Sierra-Filardi, Elena; Corbí, Ángel; María Luisa, Toribio
2010-03-31

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Photosensitive Ionic Nematic Liquid Cristalline Complexes Based on Dendrimers and Hyperbranched Polymers and a Cyanoazobenzene Carboxylic Acid

Marcos, Mercedes; Alcalá, Rafael; Barberá, Joaquín; Romero, Pilar; Sánchez, Carlos; Serrano, José Luis
2008-05-27

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Non-synaptic dendritic spines in neocortex

Arellano, Jon I.; Espinosa, Ana; Fairén, Alfonso; Yuste, Rafael; Felipe-Oroquieta, Javier de
2007-03-16

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Neuroprotective effect of H. perforatum extracts on β-amyloid-induced neurotoxicity

Silva, Bruno A.; Dias, Alberto C. P.; Ferreres, Federico; Malva, João O.; Oliveira, Catarina R.
2004-01-01

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Neurogranin binds to phosphatidic acid and associates to cellular membranes

Domínguez-González, Irene; Vázquez-Cuesta, Silvia N.; Algaba, Alicia; Díez-Guerra, F. Javier
2007-02-12

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NMR Relaxation study of molecular dynamics in the smectic a phase of PAMAM liquid crystalline dendrimers of generation 1 and 3

Van-Quynh, A.; Filip, Daniela; Cruz, C.; Sebastiáo, P. J.; Ribeiro, A. C.; Rueff, Jean-Michel; Marcos, Mercedes; Serrano, José Luis
2006-07-01

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Morphine self-administration effects on the structure of cortical pyramidal cells in addiction-resistant rats

Ballesteros-Yáñez, Inmaculada; Ambrosio, Emilio; Pérez, Jacqueline; Torres, Isabel; Miguéns, Miguel; García-Lecumberri, Carmen; De Felipe-Oroquieta, Javier
2008-07-15

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Modulation of adult hippocampal neurogenesis by thyroid hormones: implications in depressive-like behavior

Montero-Pedrazuela, Ana; Venero, C.; Lavado Autric, Rosalía; Fernández de Lamo, Iván; García-Verdugo, J. M.; Bernal Carrasco, Juan; Guadaño-Ferraz, Ana
2006-01-31

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Microestructura y propiedades de capas de tribaloy T-800 depositadas mediante plaqueado láser

Navas, C.; Cadenas, M.; Cuetos, J. M.; Vega, L.; Damborenea, Juan de
2004-03-01

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Magnetoresistance controls of arborous bead-dendritic growth of magnetic electrodeposits

Nikolic, N. D.; Wang, Hai; Cheng, Hao; Guerrero, C.; Ponizovskaya, E. V.; Pan, Genhua; García García, Nicolás
2004-08-11

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Local potential connectivity in cat primary visual cortex

Stepanyants, Armen; Hirsch, Judith A.; Martínez, Luis M.; Kisvárday, Zoltán F.; Ferecskó, Alex S.; Chklovskii, Dmitri B.
2008-01-01

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Liquid crystalline semifluorinated ionic dendrimers

Martín-Rapún, Rafael; Marcos, Mercedes; Omenat, Ana; Serrano, José Luis; Taffin de Givenchy, Elisabeth; Guittard, Frederic
2007-03-01

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Isolation and characterization of (gamma, delta) CD4+ T Cell clones derived from human fetal liver cells

Aparicio, Pedro; Alonso, José M.; Toribio, María Luisa; Marcos, Miguel A. R.; Pezzi, Luis; Martínez-Alonso, Carlos
1989-09-01

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Internal features, mineralogy and geochemistry of ferromanganese nodules from the Gulf of Cadiz: The role of the Mediterranean Outflow Water undercurrent

González, F. J.; Somoza, L.; Lunar, Rosario; Martínez-Frías, Jesús; Martín Rubí, J. A.; Torres, T.; Ortiz, J. E.; Díaz del Río, Víctor
2010-03-01

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Immunosuppression during Acute Infection with Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus in Swine Is Mediated by IL-10

Díaz-San Segundo, Fayna; Rodríguez-Calvo, Teresa; de Avila, Ana; Sevilla, Noemí
2009-05-21

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Immunological synapse formation inhibits, via NF-κB and FOXO1, the apoptosis of dendritic cells

Riol-Blanco, Lorena; Delgado-Martín, Cristina; Sánchez-Sánchez, Noelia; Alonso-Colmenar, Luis Miguel; Gutiérrez-López, María Dolores; Martínez del Hoyo, Gloria; Navarro, Joaquín; Sánchez-Madrid, Francisco; Cabañas, Carlos; Sánchez-Mateos, Paloma; Rodríguez-Fernández, José Luis
2009-06-07

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Immunohistochemical distribution and electron microscopic subcellular localization of the proteasome in the rat CNS

Mengual, Elisa; Arizti, Paz; Rodrigo, José; Giménez-Amaya, José Manuel; Castaño, José G.
1996-10-15

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Hydrocarbon-derived ferromanganese nodules in carbonate-mud mounds from the Gulf of Cadiz: Mud-breccia sediments and clasts as nucleation sites

González, F. J.; Somoza, L.; Lunar, R.; Martínez-Frías, Jesús; Martín Rubí, J. A.; Torres, T.; Ortiz, J. E.; Díaz del Río, Víctor; Pinheiro, L. M.; Magalhães, V. H.
2009-06-01

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Estudios sobre la localización y tráfico de los transportadores de las sinapsis glutamatérgicas SNAT2, SNAT5 y GLT1

Zafra Gómez, Francisco; Giménez Martín, Cecilio; González González, María Inmaculada
2007-01-01

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Effects of dihydrokainic acid of extracellular amino acids and neuronal excitability in the in vivo rat hippocampus

Muñoz, María D.; Herreras, Óscar; Herranz, Antonio S.; Solís, José M.; Martín del Río, Rafael; Lerma Gómez, Juan
1987-01-01

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Differential CD4+ versus CD8+ T-Cell Responses Elicited by Different Poxvirus-Based Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Vaccine Candidates Provide Comparable Efficacies in Primates

Mooij, Petra; Balla-Jhagjhoorsingh, Sunita S.; Koopman, Gerrit; Beenhakker, Niels; Van Haaften, Patricia; Baak, Ilona; Nieuwenhuis, Ivonne G.; Kondova, Ivanela; Wagner, Ralf; Wolf, Hans; Gómez, Carmen E.; Nájera, José L.; Jiménez, Victoria; Esteban, Mariano; Heeney, Jonathan L.
2008-01-09

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Density and morphology of dendritic spines in mouse neocortex

Ballesteros-Yáñez, Inmaculada; Benavides-Piccione, Ruth; Elston, G. N.; Yuste, Rafael; De Felipe-Oroquieta, Javier
2006-02-02

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Dendritic size of pyramidal neurons differs among mouse cortical regions

Benavides-Piccione, Ruth; Hamzei-Sichani, Farid; Ballesteros-Yáñez, Inmaculada; De Felipe-Oroquieta, Javier; Yuste, Rafael
2006-07-01

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Dendritic liquid-crystalline fullerene-ferrocene dyads

Campidelli, Stéphane; Pérez, Laura; Rodríguez-López, Julián; Barberá, Joaquín; Langa, Fernando; Deschenaux, Robert
2006-02-27

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Defective IL-10 production in severe phenotypes of Crohn’s disease

Correa, Ismael; Veny, Marisol; Esteller, Miriam; Pique, Josep M.; Yague, Jordi; Panes, Julian; Salas, Azucena
2009-02-23

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Cyclotriphosphazene as a dendritic core for the preparation of columnar supermolecular liquid crystals

Barberá, Joaquín; Jiménez, Josefina; Laguna, Antonio; Oriol, Luis; Pérez, Sonia; Serrano, José Luis
2006-10-20

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Cortical interneurons: from Cajal to 2001

De Felipe-Oroquieta, Javier
2002-01-01

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Control of cortical GABA circuitry development by Nrg1 and ErbB4 signalling

Fazzari, Pietro; Paternain, Ana V.; Valiente, Manuel; Pla, Ramón; Lerma Gómez, Juan; Marín Parra, Oscar; Rico Gonzalo, Beatriz; Luján, Rafael; Lloyd, Kent
2010-04-14

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Chronic cocaine treatment alters dendritic arborization in the adult motor cortex through a CB1 cannabinoid receptor–dependent mechanism

Ballesteros-Yáñez, Inmaculada; Valverde, O.; Ledent, C.; Maldonado, R.; De Felipe-Oroquieta, Javier
2007-04-27

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Chiral Symmetry Breaking during Crystallization: An Advection-Mediated Nonlinear Autocatalytic Process

Cartwright, Julyan H. E.; García-Ruiz, Juan Manuel; Piro, Oreste; Sainz-Díaz, C. Ignacio; Tuval, Idan

4 pages, 3 images.-- PACS nrs.: 81.10.Aj, 47.52.+j, 47.55.Kf, 68.70.+w. | When a chiral chemical compound crystallizes from solution or from its melt, stirring often results in the formation of crystals of just one of the two possible enantiomers, while without fluid advection, both enantiomers are ...

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Chiral Symmetry Breaking during Crystallization: An Advection-Mediated Nonlinear Autocatalytic Process

Cartwright, Julyan H. E.; García Ruiz, Juan Manuel; Piro, Oreste; Sainz-Díaz, C. Ignacio; Tuval, Idan
2004-04-01

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Active Dendrites Enhance Neuronal Dynamic Range

Gollo, Leonardo L.; Kinouchi, Osame; Copelli, Mauro
2009-06-12

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AM3 Modulates Dendritic Cell Pathogen Recognition Capabilities by Targeting DC-SIGN

Serrano-Gómez, Diego; Martínez-Nuñez, Rocío T.; Sierra-Filardi, Elena; Izquierdo, Nuria; Colmenares, María; Pla, Jesús; Rivas López, Luis Ignacio; Martinez-Picado, Javier; Jiménez-Barbero, Jesús; Alonso-Lebrero, José Luis; González, Salvador; Corbí, Ángel
2007-04-23

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