Sample records for GRUPOS U- 1 (u-1 groups)
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1

The supersymmetric tensor hierarchy of N=1,d=4 supergravity

Hartong, Jelle; Hübscher, Mechthild; Ortín Miguel, Tomás
2009-06-29

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2

TNFalpha-Polymorphismus bei Patienten mit Sepsis und Schilddrüsenkarzinomen

Rossbach, Christiane

Das Zytokin Tumornekrosefaktor a (TNFa) hat einen entscheidenden Anteil an der Entwicklung schwerer Komplikationen, wie septischer Schock und Multiorganversagen nach Entwicklung einer Sepsis. Eine Assoziation des TNF2-Allels mit einem erhöhten TNF a Spiegel und einer höheren Mortalitätsrate wurde i...

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3

Semileptonic decays of light quarks beyond the Standard Model

González-Alonso, Martín; Jenkins, James P.; Cirigliano, Vincenzo
2010-05-01

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4

Nature and Culture in Prehistoric Amazonia Using G.I.S. to reconstruct ancient ethnogenetic processes from archaeology, linguistics, geography, and ethnohistory

Eriksen, Love

This thesis investigates the socio-cultural and linguistic development of pre-Columbian Amazonia, with a particular focus on the period between 500 BC and AD 1500. In assembling and analyzing data from archaeology, linguistics, ethnohistory, ethnography, and geography in a Geographical Information S...

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5

Model building by coset space dimensional reduction scheme

Jittoh, Toshifumi; Koike, Masafumi; Nomura, Takaaki; Sato, Joe; Shimomura, Takashi
2009-03-31

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6

Higgs effective potential in the littlest Higgs model at the one-loop level

Dobado, Antonio; Tabares-Cheluci, Lourdes; Peñaranda, Siannah
2007-04-30

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7

Flavour geometry and effective Yukawa couplings in the MSSM

Hodgkinson, Robert N.; Ellis, John; Lee, Jae Sik; Pilaftsis, Apostolos
2010-02-04

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8

Expresión vascular de factores de transcripción proinflamatorios en un modelo de síndrome metabólico/ Vascular Expression of Proinflammatory Transcription Factors in a Model of Metabolic Syndrome

Renna, Nicolás; Vázquez, Marcela; González, Susana; Lama, Cristina; Cruzado, Montserrat; Miatello, Roberto
2007-02-01

Resumen en español Con el objetivo de estudiar la expresión de factores de transcripción sensibles a redox en las arterias en un modelo experimental de hipertensión arterial asociada con síndrome metabólico (FFHR), ratas Wistar Kyoto (WKY) y espontáneamente hipertensas (SHR) macho de 30 días fueron distribuidas en forma aleatoria en cuatro grupos (n = 8 c/u): 1) WKY (control), 2) FFR: administración de fructosa 10% P/V en el agua de bebida durante un período de 10 semanas, 3) SHR y (mas) 4) FFHR: ídem 3 + 2. Los grupos FFR y FFHR presentaron valores de HOMA y área bajo la curva en la prueba de tolerancia característicos de resistencia a la insulina. También mostraron diferencias significativas en los niveles de triglicéridos y colesterol HDL respecto de sus controles y aumentaron su presión arterial sistólica. El estado de estrés oxidativo, demostrado por la actividad de NAD(P)H oxidasa y TBARS fue significativamente mayor en FFR y FFHR, en tanto que en estos mismos grupos disminuyó significativamente la actividad de eNOS. El peso cardíaco relativo aumentó en FFR y FFHR, con mayor área de los miocitos de la pared libre ventricular. Los cortes de arteria carótida izquierda mostraron crecimiento de su capa media de tipo eutrófico en FFHR. La densidad óptica media para los anticuerpos anti-c-fos, anti-NF-kB y anti-VCAM-1 fue mayor en las arterias renales de resistencia y en la carótida de los grupos FFHR y FFR. Los datos confirman el desarrollo del modelo experimental patológico y sugieren que el estrés oxidativo y la consecuente activación de genes que participan en el proceso inflamatorio intervienen activamente en el desarrollo de remodelación vascular. Resumen en inglés With the goal of assessing the expression of redox-sensitive transcription factors in the arteries of an experimental model of hypertension associated to metabolic syndrome (FFHR), we studied Wistar Kyoto rats (WKY) and spontaneously hypertensive 30-day male rats (SHR), which were randomly distributed in 4 groups (n=8 in each group). Group 1: WKY (control rats), Group 2: FFR: rats that received 10% W/V fructose in drinking water during a 10-week period, Group 3: SHR rats, (mas) and Group 4: FFHR: 2+3, i.e., SHR rats treated like Group 2. With the glucose tolerance test, groups FFR and FFHR had HOMA (homeostasis assessment model) and area under the curve (AUC) values that were characteristic of insulinresistance. They also showed significant differences in triglyceride and HDL cholesterol levels compared to controls, and increased their systolic blood pressure. Oxidative stress, as assessed by NAD(P)H oxidase and TBARS (thiobarbituric acid reactive substances) activity was significantly higher in FFR and FFHR groups, whereas in these same groups eNOS activity decreased markedly. Relative cardiac weight increased in FFR and FFHR groups, with a larger myocyte area in the left ventricular free wall. Sections of the left carotid artery exhibited eutrophic growth of the middle layer in FFHR. Mean optical density for anti-c-fos, anti-NF-kB and anti-VCAM-1 antibodies was greater in resistance renal arteries and in the carotid artery of FFHR and FFR groups. The data confirm the findings of the pathological experimental model and suggest that oxidative stress and the subsequent activation of genes that participate in the inflammatory process are actively involved in the development of vascular remodeling.

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9

Abelian gerbes as a gauge theory of quantum mechanics on phase space

Isidro, José M.; Gosson, Maurice A. de

19 pages, 1 figure.-- PACS nrs.: 02.20.Bb, 02.40.Re, 03.65.Fd.-- ISI Article Identifier: 000245037900017.-- ArXiv pre-print available at: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0608087 | We construct a U(1) gerbe with a connection over a finite-dimensional, classical phase space P. The connection is given by a...

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11

A gauge theory of quantum mechanics

Isidro, José M.; Gosson, Maurice A. de
2007-01-30

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