Now showing items 6058-6077 of 11256

    • Henríquez Huerta, Patricio Alejandro (Universidad de ChileReseña de libro, 2013-04)
      Jaime Siles, Cenotafio. Madrid: Editorial Cátedra, 2011. 417 páginas
    • González Montero, Jaime; Valle Batalla, Lucía del; Castillo Astorga, Raúl; Marín Valdés, Arnaldo; Conte Lanza, Guillermo (Wiley, 2020)
      Introduction Mesenteric and portal venous thromboses are rare diseases with high mortality rates and are strongly associated with hepatic cirrhosis, and abdominal inflammatory or tumoral processes, but in some cases can ...
    • Nogales Gaete, J. (1992)
      A 37-year-old patient had migraine without aura over a six year period. He developed tolerance and dependency to ergotamine tartrate defined as the irresistible and dependable use of the drug. This is contingent upon a ...
    • Levican, Jorge; Levican, Arturo; Ampuero, Manuel; Gaggero Brillouet, Aldo (Elsevier B.V., 2019)
      Human polyomavirus JC (JCPyV) is a widely distributed viral agent and because it high resistance against environmental conditions it is frequently recovered from diverse sources of water and is considered a good marker for ...
    • Rodrigo Salinas, Ramon; Prieto Domínguez, Juan Carlos; Aguayo, Rubén; Ramos Gómez, Cristóbal; Puentes, Ángel; Gajardo Cortez, Abraham Isaac Jacob; Panieri, Emiliano; Rojas Solé, Catalina; Lillo Moya, José Ignacio; Saso, Luciano (MDPI, 2021)
      Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) has long remained the gold standard therapy to restore coronary blood flow after acute myocardial infarction (AMI). However, this procedure leads to the development of increased ...
    • Cruz Montecinos, Carlos; Rivera Lillo, Gonzalo; Burgos Concha, Pablo; Torres Elgueta, Julio; Pérez Alenda, S.; Querol, F. (Wiley-Blackwell, 2016)
    • Quiñones Sepúlveda, Luis; Irarrázabal, Carlos E.; Rojas, Claudio R.; Orellana, Cristián E.; Acevedo Castillo, Cristián; Huidobro Alvarado, Christian; Varela, Nelson E.; Cáceres Lillo, Dante (BLACKWELL, 2006-05)
      Aim: To assess the role of several genetic factors in combination with an environmental factor as modulators of prostate cancer risk. We focus on allele variants of low-penetrance genes associated with cell control, the ...
    • Baeza-Velasco, C.; Gély-Nargeot, M. C.; Vilarrasa, A. Bulbena; Bravo, J. F. (2011)
      Joint hypermobility syndrome (JHS), also known as Ehlers-Danlos III, is an inherited disorder of connective tissue, characterised by an exceptional increase in the joint's mobility and the presence of musculoskeletal and ...
    • Miranda C., Marcelo; Pérez J., Carolina; Slachevsky Chonchol, Andrea (SOC MEDICA SANTIAGO, 2011-03)
      Jonathan Swift is one of the most celebrated satirist writers in literature. His, well-known "Gulliver's Travels", apart from being a serious human being criticism, contains many interesting and unrecognized comments about ...
    • Paya González, Ernesto (Sociedad Chilena de Infectología, 2017)
    • Rivas, Joaquín; Bustos, Jorge; Rojas, Mariana (Universidad de la Frontera, 2014)
      © 2014, Postgraduate Medical Institute. All rights reserved. The following is a tribute to the life of Dr. Eduardo Bustos Obregón, we build a family with him The earliest experiences that here we share were drawn from ...
    • Rivas, Joaquín; Bustos, Jorge; Rojas, Mariana (Universidad de la Frontera, 2014)
      © 2014, Postgraduate Medical Institute. All rights reserved. The following is a tribute to the life of Dr. Eduardo Bustos Obregón, we build a family with him The earliest experiences that here we share were drawn from ...
    • Joy Immediato, Michelle; Ramírez, Manuel J.; Cerda Villablanca, Mauricio; Toyama, Yusuke; Ravasio, Andrea; Kanchanawong, Pakorn; Bertocchi, Cristina (Frontiers Media, 2021)
      Cadherin-mediated adhesions (also known as adherens junctions) are adhesive complexes that connect neighboring cells in a tissue. While the role of the actin cytoskeleton in withstanding tension at these sites of contact ...
    • Canales, Jimena; Cruz, Pablo; Villacura Díaz, Nicolás Esteban; Riquelme, Denise; Leiva Salcedo, Elias; Cerda Arancibia, Óscar (MDPI, 2020)
      Cell migration is critical for several physiological and pathophysiological processes. It depends on the coordinated action of kinases, phosphatases, Rho-GTPases proteins, and Ca2+ signaling. Interestingly, ubiquitination ...
    • Wyneken, U.; Smalla, K. H.; Marengo, J. J.; Soto, D.; De la Cerda, A.; Tischmeyer, W.; Grimm, R.; Boeckers, T. M.; Wolf, G.; Orrego, F.; Gundelfinger, E. D. (2001)
      The postsynaptic density is a highly dynamic structure, which is reorganized in an activity-dependent manner. An animal model for temporal lobe epilepsy, i.e. kainate-induced limbic seizures in rats, was used to study ...
    • Henriksson, J.; Solari Illescas, Aldo; Rydåker, M.; Sousa, O. E.; Pettersson, U. (Cambridge University Press, 1996)
      The molecular karyotypes of several different protozoan parasites show high intra-species variation, including different kinetoplastids such as Trypanosoma brucei, Trypanosoma cruzi and Leishmania ssp. In this study, the ...
    • Penna Silva, Antonello; Stutzin Schottlander, Andrés (Public Library Science, 2015)
      Formylated peptides are chemotactic agents generated by pathogens. The most relevant peptide is fMLF (formyl-Met-Leu-Phe) which participates in several immune functions, such as chemotaxis, phagocytosis, cytokine release ...
    • Alvarez, Alhejandra; Uribe, Felipe; Canales, Jimena; Romero, Cristóbal; Soza, Andrea; Peña, María A.; Antonelli Anativia, Juan; Almarza, Oscar; Cerda Arancibia, Óscar; Toledo Araya, Héctor (Frontiers Media SA, 2017)
      In order to establish infection, bacterial pathogens modulate host cellular processes by using virulence factors, which are delivered from the bacteria to the host cell leading to cellular reprogramming. In this context, ...
    • Rivas, José; Díaz, Nicolás; Silva, Ian; Morales, Dana; Lavanderos, Boris; Álvarez, Alhejandra; Saldías Maulén, María Paz; Pulgar Pulgar, Eduardo; Cruz Núñez, Pablo; Maureira, Diego; Flores Utreras, Guillermo; Colombo Flores, Alicia; Blanco, Constanza; Contreras Muñoz, Héctor; Jaña, Fabián; Gallegos Méndez, Iván; Concha Nordemann, Miguel; Vergara Jaque, Ariela; Poblete, Horacio; González, Wendy; Varela Lekanda, Diego; Trimmer, James; Cáceres Lluch, Mónica Andrea; Cerda Arancibia, Óscar (Wiley, 2020)
      Transient receptor potential melastatin 4 (TRPM4) is a Ca2+-activated nonselective cationic channel that regulates cell migration and contractility. Increased TRPM4 expression has been related to pathologies, in which ...
    • Kanitz, Jenny Lena; Moneta Camus, Maria Eugenia; Seifert, Georg (Elsevier, 2013)
      This overview aims to give a brief introduction for clinicians in the wide field of Mind—Body Therapies (MBTs), to summarize the current research status of MBTs in pediatric oncology and to mention challenges for future ...