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    • Catalán Martina, Diego; Aravena, Octavio; Sabugo, Francisca; Wurmann, Pamela; Soto, Lilian; Kalergis, Alexis M.; Cuchacovich Turteltaub, Miguel; Aguillón Gutiérrez, Juan Carlos (2010)
      Introduction: Several molecules help preserve peripheral B cell tolerance, but when altered, they may predispose to autoimmunity. This work studied the expression of the costimulatory molecule CD86 and the inhibitory ...
    • Valenzuela, C.; Elgueta, E.; Thambo Becker, Sergio; Avendaño, P.; Cotera, A.; Fuentes, C.; Santa Maria, L.; Wegmann, M. E.; Neira, L. (1990)
      Linkage imbalance for the B and DR loci (HLA) was found in a Chilean sample of families where a member had been proposed for transplantation. The B7-DR2 and B14-DR1 haplotypes were significantly more frequent than expected. ...
    • Melnick, Daniel; Li, Shaoyang; Moreno, Marcos; Cisternas, Marco; Jara-Muñoz, Julius; Wesson, Robert; Nelson, Alan; Báez, Juan Carlos; Deng, Zhiguo (Nature Publishing Group, 2018)
      © 2018, The Author(s). Great megathrust earthquakes arise from the sudden release of energy accumulated during centuries of interseismic plate convergence. The moment deficit (energy available for future earthquakes) is ...
    • Quintanilla González, María Elena; Perez, Elizabeth; Tampier, Lutske (2008)
      Treatment with γ-aminobutiric acid (GABAB) receptor agonist, ±baclofen, has been shown to reduce ethanol intake in selectively bred Sardinian alcohol-preferring rats. The general goal of the present study was to characterize ...
    • Fica Cubillos, Alberto; Illanes, Victor; Sakurada Zamora, Andrea; Vidal, Mario Martín; Valenzuela, M. Eugenia (Sociedad Chilena de Infectologia, 2006)
      We report a case of bacteraemia by Campylobacter fetus subsp. fetus in a 77 year-old woman with immunosuppression secondary to steroid use. Diagnosis was suspected by finding Gram negative curved rods in blood cultures ...
    • Cortez, Daniela; Rodríguez, Natalie; Benadof, Dona; Zamorano, Agustín; Tordecilla, Juan (2012)
      The use of intensive chemotherapy has improved survival of children with cancer. However, this is associated to severe and maintained neutropenia, increasing risks of severe infections like bacteremia. Aim: To update ...
    • Romero, J.; García-Varela, M.; Laclette, J. P.; Espejo Torres, Romilio (2002)
      To explore the bacterial microbiota in Chilean oyster (Tiostrea chilensis), a molecular approach that permits detection of different bacteria, independently of their capacity to grow in culture media, was used. Bacterial ...
    • María Ulloa, Teresa Flores; Loriana Castillo, D.; Fresia Solís, F.; Gabriela Arévalo, P.; Jorge Rojas, Z. (2012)
      Bacterial colonization in patients with burns skin without infection and outpatient management has been poorly studied. Objective: To quantify and identify the type of bacteria that colonize healthy body areas homologous ...
    • Espejo Torres, Romilio; Romero Ormazábal, Jaime (1997)
      Most copper bioleaching plants operate with a high concentration of sulfate salts caused by the continuous addition of sulfuric acid and the recycling of the leaching solution. Since the bacteria involved in bioleaching ...
    • Godoy, Jose M.; Godoy, Andres N.; Ribalta, Gloria; Largo, Isabel (2011)
      Objective. To assess the association between pathogenic bacteria found in bronchoalveolar lavages and paranasal cavity cultures in patients with cystic fibrosis (CF) who underwent endonasal endoscopic sinus surgery. The ...
    • Urrutia, Arles; Garcia-Angulo, Victor A.; Cortés Fuentes, Andrés; Caneo, Mauricio; Legüe, Marcela; Urquiza, Sebastián; Delgado, Scarlett E.; Ugalde, Juan; Burdisso, Paula; Calixto, Andrea (Public Library Science, 2020)
      Caenorhabditis elegans and its cognate bacterial diet comprise a reliable, widespread model to study diet and microbiota effects on host physiology. Nonetheless, how diet influences the rate at which neurons die remains ...
    • Urrutia, Arles; García Angulo, Víctor; Cortés Fuentes, Andrés; Caneo, Mauricio; Legüe, Marcela; Urquiza, Sebastián; Delgado, Scarlett E.; Ugalde, Juan; Burdisso, Paula; Calixto, Andrea (Public Library of Science, 2020)
      Caenorhabditis elegans and its cognate bacterial diet comprise a reliable, widespread model to study diet and microbiota effects on host physiology. Nonetheless, how diet influences the rate at which neurons die remains ...
    • Urrutia, Arles; García Angulo, Víctor; Fuentes, Andrés; Caneo, Mauricio; Legue, Marcela; Urquiza, Sebastián; Delgado, Scarlett; Ugalde, Juan; Burdisso, Paula; Calixto, Andrea (Public Library Science, 2020)
      Caenorhabditis elegans and its cognate bacterial diet comprise a reliable, widespread model to study diet and microbiota effects on host physiology. Nonetheless, how diet influences the rate at which neurons die remains ...
    • Rivacoba Rojas, María Carolina; Izquierdo Copiz, Giannina; Zenteno, Natalia; Porte, Lorena (Sociedad Chilena de Infectología, 2017)
      Neisseria subflava belongs to Neisseriaceae family, is considered a comensal specie, however in certain host, mainly inmunosuppresed patientes and children, the literature has documented invasive infections. We present ...
    • Chanqueo C., Leonardo; Gutiérrez R., Catalina; Armas-Merino, Rodolfo; Urriola Jofré, Gabriela; Bustos M., Marisol; Tapia Paredes, Cecilia; Vásquez T., Patricia (SOC MEDICA SANTIAGO, 2008-02)
      L.monocytogenes infections are infrequent. Sepsis in pregnant women and newborns and central nervous system infections in the elderly are the most common clinical manifestations. We report a 61 years old woman with diabetes ...
    • Caorsi P., Beatriz; Sakurada Z., Andrea; Ulloa F., M. Teresa; Pezzani V., Marcela; Latorre O., Paz (2011)
      Background: An extremely clean area is required for preparation of sterile pharmaceutical compounds, in compliance with international standards, to minimize the probability of microbial contamination. Aim: To evaluate the ...
    • Rothhammer Achondo, Paula; Carrasco, Ximena; Henríquez B., Hugo; Andrade, Claudia; Valenzuela, Mario; Aboitiz Domínguez, Francisco Javier; Rothhammer Engel, Francisco (Universidad de Tarapacá, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales Administrativas y Económicas, Departamento de Antropología, 2005-12)
      Se estudió la distribución de puntajes en la Escala de Conners que se utiliza para diagnosticar el trastorno por déficit atencional/ hiperactividad (TDAH) en niños del Liceo Agrícola “José Abelardo Núñez†, ubicado en ...
    • Sánchez, Natalia; González Ramírez, María Constanza; Contreras, Esteban G.; Ubilla, Angélica; Li, Jingjing; Valencia, Anyeli; Wilson, Andrés; Green, Jeremy B. A.; Tucker, Abigail S.; Gaete, Marcia (Frontiers Media, 2020)
      While the function of proteins and genes has been widely studied during vertebrate development, relatively little work has addressed the role of carbohydrates. Hyaluronan (HA), also known as hyaluronic acid, is an abundant ...
    • Pérez Alenda, S.; Carrasco, J. J.; Casana Granell, J.; Alakhdar Mohamara, Y.; Cuesta Barriuso, R.; Torres Ortuno, A.; Cruz Montecinos, Carlos; Querol, F. (Wiley & Sons, 2015)
    • Celis Lagos, María Soledad; Reed, Francisco; Murphy, Feilim; Adams, Stephen; Gillick, John; Abdelhafeez, Abdelhafeez H.; López, Pedro José (Elsevier, 2014)
      Objective: Balanitis xerotica obliterans (BXO) is a chronic inflammatory disease that is considered as male genital variant lichen sclerosis. The incidence varies greatly in different series; diagnosis is mostly clinical ...