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  • Khalil Halberg posted an update 3 months ago

    Es en este sentido que el desarrollo económico en su verdadero significado resulta ser hoy como meta sólo una suerte de espejismo, aunque ideológicamente continúe operando como un mito, según lo señalara muy acertadamente años atrás el destacado economista brasileño Celso Furtado (1975). En este contexto, en el marco del capitalismo, con su bien…[Read more]

  • Khalil Halberg posted an update 3 months ago

    The patient was hospitalized with the differential diagnosis of generalized bullous drug eruption, bullous pemphigoid, and Stevens–Johnson syndrome. Histopathological examination from a droopy bulla showed necrotic keratinocytes in the epidermis, subepidermal clefting, perivascular mixed inflammatory infiltrate containing eosinophils, and p…[Read more]

  • Khalil Halberg posted an update 3 months ago

    The International Making Cities Livable Conference (IMCL) focuses the discussion of livability on the need for efficient mass transit, bike lanes and networks, child-friendly city spaces, and mixed-use urban fabrics. Similar to new urbanism, IMCL aims to revive the city center, create compact neighborhoods, and create human-scaled public places…[Read more]

  • Khalil Halberg posted an update 3 months ago

    IntroductionThe application of minimally invasive spine surgery (MIS) for treating thoracolumbar spine disorders and injuries has evolved rapidly, and the technical feasibility and safety of MIS has been well established. MIS can be defined as a spine operation based on the following basic principles: prevention of muscle crush injuries and…[Read more]

  • Khalil Halberg posted an update 3 months ago

    ResultsFish-borne nematode parasites of zoonotic importance and respective fish hosts in Brazil are indicated in Table 1. Anisakis spp. were reported from 44 different host species, Pseudoterranova spp. from 16 hosts, Hysterothylacium spp. from 57 hosts, Eustrongylides spp. from 46 hosts, Contracaecum spp. from 89 hosts, Gnathostoma spp. from 2…[Read more]

  • Khalil Halberg posted an update 3 months ago

    IntroductionThe unauthorized use of a famous brand’s distinctive elements, such as its brand name, slogan, logo, package design, etc., could negatively impact the brand that is imitated (senior brand), through cognitive, affective, or behavioral effects on its Cyanine5.5 alkyne Supplier (Loken & John, 2010). This phenomenon is called trademark…[Read more]

  • Khalil Halberg posted an update 3 months ago

    The question of multicollinearity, which can affect multiple regressions, was tested through the variance inflation factor (VIF). There is no multicollinearity problem because the variance inflation factor (VIF) was 1.029, that is less than 10 [1]. The final step in the model-building process was to validate the selected regression model [4]. New…[Read more]

  • Khalil Halberg posted an update 3 months ago

    Amygdala reactivity to emotional stimuli in healthy young children has been demonstrated (Gee et al., 2013; Todd et al., 2011; Perlman and Pelphrey, 2011), but to date only one has examined its relationship with early childhood psychopathology. A study of face processing in preschool age children with and without a very early occurring form of…[Read more]

  • This paper aims to investigate this Ketorolac tromethamine salt – that oil revenues are reducing the fiscal effort of the benefiting municipalities – through the estimation of an efficient tax production frontier based on Battese and Coelli (1995). We include political variables in the inefficiency equation, with the purpose of assessing whe…[Read more]

  • Materials and MethodsResultsDiscussionRecognition skills depend on two related processes: the perception of familiarity or unfamiliarity (a rapid intuitive process based on previous experience), and recollection (a slower conscious recall of knowledge) (Henson et al., 1999; Wagner et al., 1998). In morphological evaluation, familiarity is likely…[Read more]

  • We are particularly interested in how socioeconomic status (SES) is associated with multimorbidity earlier in the lifecourse. Low SES has been linked to greater occurrence of numerous individual chronic conditions, including hypertension (Vargas, Ingram, & Gillum, 2000) heart disease (Thurston, Kubzansky, Kawachi, & Berkman, 2005) diabetes…[Read more]

  • Skin and Hair Aging, Lifestyle and the Skin and Scalp MicrobiomesWilliam W. Mohn (Vancouver, Canada) reported on a cross-sectional study investigating the skin and scalp microbiome in relation to skin and hair aging and lifestyle, and involving 495 subjects 10–78years of age. Diversity of the scalp microbiome increased with age, but its overall c…[Read more]

  • Are there unique learning opportunities during adolescence?Alongside the relatively bleak picture of a period where preexisting vulnerabilities find expression, it may also be the case that the adolescent-typical neurodevelopmental changes we have described enhance plasticity to positive environmental experiences (see Fig. 1). These experiences…[Read more]

  • Complex I is the largest and most complicated enzyme of the mammalian OXPHOS system where function of its 45 subunits is not entirely understood. Deficiencies in complex I are associated with various diseases including Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease (HD) and AD (Orth and Schapira, 2001). Complex I is also one of the main contributors…[Read more]

  • The experimental validation of temperature distribution was carried out by physically measuring temperature on plate surface using thermocouples placed at 10 mm, 15 mm and 20 mm away from the weld bead. Figs. 7 and 8 shows the validation of predicted thermal cycles in A-GTAW and SMAW process respectively.Figs. 7 and 8 indicate higher tempera…[Read more]

  • DiscussionDelayed expansion of a contralateral EDH after decompressive surgery for an acute SDH is rare, with an incidence ranging from 1.3% to 5.7%. In the literature, the longest period for an occurrence of the enlargement of a delayed contralateral EDH following the initial surgery is 4 days, as reported by Su et al. Our patient developed a…[Read more]

  • AcknowledgmentsThis work was funded by a Collaborative Center Research Award (CA1058-A-8) from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society to T.E.L. L.A.K. was supported, in part, by the CIRM Bridges Award to CSU-Fullerton. The authors gratefully acknowledge David Ferguson for assistance in growth, differentiation, and characterization of human…[Read more]

  • Materials and methodsResultsDiscussionThe roles of endogenous stem/progenitor thapsigargin in adult pancreatic tissue homeostasis, acute/chronic injury response and tumor initiation remain uncertain. However, it is now clear that a subset of pancreatic duct cells are capable of initiating long-term self-renewing organoid cultures with effectively…[Read more]

  • A naive state of pluripotency is functionally defined by the capacity of mouse ESCs to participate in germ layer differentiation and generate germline competent chimeras following their incorporation into host blastocysts (Nichols and Smith, 2009). The naïve cells seem to mimic, although do not completely match, the transcriptome of the…[Read more]

  • With some notable exceptions (e.g., Mao et al., 1969; Hazen, 1993; Higo et al., 2006; Liu et al., 2011; Nestola et al., 2011a; He et al., 2012; Yamanaka et al., 2013; Huang and Chen, 2014; Du et al., 2015), numerous experimental investigations have been devoted to determining the K of pure end-members of minerals. Most geologically important cas…[Read more]

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