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Produ??o de carne em ovinos de cinco genótipos: 6. Desenvolvimento relativo
Roque, Ana Paula;Osório, José Carlos da Silveira;Jardim, Pedro Osório;Oliveira, Nelson Manzoni de;Osório, Maria Teresa Moreira;
Ciência Rural , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84781999000300029
Abstract: the aim of the present work was to study the relative development of liveweight components, regional composition and tissue composition of shoulder and hindquarter in australian merino, polwarth, corriedale, romney marsh and texel lamb. the study was carried out at the centro de pesquisa de pecuária dos campos sulbrasileiros of embrapa (cppsul/embrapa), located in bagé, state of rio grande do sul, brazil. fifty lambs, ten of each breed, were used, born and raised up to weaning (10 weeks) on native pasture. after weaning, they were fed with a concentrate (200g/lamb/day), containing 17% of crude protein and 75% of dry matter basis, which was offered in confinement until one week. after this, they were put onto paddoks and slaughtered at 7.5 months of age. the study on the relative development of liveweight was done by using the equation: y = a . xb. the genotype had an effect on the relative development of liveweight components, and both regional composition and tissue composition. by increasing the liveweight, there was proportional increase in the hot carcass weight in australian merino, romney marsh and texel breeds. in polwarths and corriedales, the development of both traits was similar. the liveweight components in all genotypes were non significant with exception of head in romney marsh and texel lambs, which showed a late development, and of spleen in australian merino lambs, which showed a late development. related to cold carcass, the neck region had an early development in corriedale and romney marsh lambs, while the rack was late in romney marsh lambs. other cuts showed a similar development in all genotypes. based on the results of this work, it can be stated that the slaughtery weight of lambs is influenced by genotype.
Produ??o de carne em ovinos de cinco genótipos: 3. Perdas e morfologia
Osório, José Carlos;Oliveira, Nelson Manzoni de;Nunes, Ana Paula;Pouey, Juvêncio Luiz;
Ciência Rural , 1996, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84781996000300024
Abstract: fifty (ten per breed) merino, polwarth. corriedale, romney marsh and texel lambs were castradet at 30 days of age and raised up to weaning (ten weeks) on native pasture at the centro de pesquisa de pecuária dos campos sulbrasileiros (embrapa), southern (bagé, rs) region of brazil. following weaning, the animals were feedioted during one week and each lamb was daily fed with 200 grams of a diet containing 17% of crude protein and 75% of dry matter basin. the animals were then moved to pasture up to 225 days of age when they were slaughtered to quantify and compare in vivo and carcass tosses and morphology. liveweight (with and without a fasting period) was influenced by genotype. however, merino, polwarth and corriedale live weight were not different among themselves, but lower than romney marsh lambs, which by their turn, were lower than texel animals live weight. fasting losses was significantiy affected when compared in absolute numbers (kg), bui not percentually. highest tosses were observed in texel breed lambs followed by romney marsh, whereas corriedale, polwarth and merino didnot differ among themselves. live weight carcass yield were significantly influenced by genotype. heavier lambs showed superior carcass yield. texel animals showed superior in vivo and in the carcass morphology, along wilh better conformation, body cond?tion and body and carcass capacity, as cpmpared to other breeds.
Variabilidade da frequência cardíaca em mulheres com hipermobilidade articular
Nunes, Mariane de Oliveira;Rubira, Marcelo Custódio;Rubira, Ana Paula Fernandes De Angelis;Nascimento, Aline Cristina Pereira do;Paula Júnior, Alderico Rodrigues de;Osório, Rodrigo Alexis Lazo;
Fisioterapia e Pesquisa , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1809-29502011000300007
Abstract: joint hypermobility is the ability to make joint movements greater than normal. the prevalence has large variations determined by race, sex, age, physical activity and variations in characterization criteria. approximately 30% of adults are considered carriers and present proprioceptive feedback and sensory decreased and joint space positioning altered leading to greater frequency of activation and deformation on the mechanoreceptors in the skeletal muscles and skin. the increase of afferent impulses of the receptors on the bulb cardiovascular area alters the autonomic control on the heart. the objective of the study was to evaluate sympathovagal balance during orthosthatic maneuver in women with hipermobility. twenty-seven sedentary volunteers participated in this study, with mean age of 19.97±1.79, body mass index below 25 kg/m2 and without medication. after the joint hipermobility diagnosis according to beighton score, they were divided into 2 groups: 12 with hipermobility (hg) and 15 without hipermobility (cg). the electrocardiogram was performed during 10 minutes at supine position and stand for analysis of heart rate variability. the band of high frequency (un) presented reduction in vagal activity in hg, p<0.03. the low frequency increment (un) was higher in hg when compared to cg in orthosthatic maneuver with increased sympathetic activity, p<0.03. the joint hypermobility volunteers presented autonomic cardiac response altered with low vagal responsiveness.
Carcinoma gástrico: análise sistemática de 289 gastrectomias consecutivas em Belo Horizonte (MG)
Lemes, Laura A.O.;Neunschwander, Letícia C.;Matta, Lincoln A.C.;Osório Filho, José;Soares, Paula Cristina M.;Cabral, M?nica Maria D.A.;Nogueira, Ana Margarida M.F.;Rodrigues, Marco Ant?nio G.;
Jornal Brasileiro de Patologia e Medicina Laboratorial , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1676-24442003000100012
Abstract: background and aims: gastric carcinoma (gc) is highly prevalent in our population. there are few studies about gc characteristics in brazil, therefore, we report our data in a series of gc examined in a 10 years period. material and methods: surgical specimens from 289 patients submitted to gastrectomy were examined according to a standardized protocol. results: most of the tumors (n = 170, 59%) had distal localization, 230 were advanced, mainly borrmann iii type, and 36 cases were early tumors, mainly type ii; 115 cases (40%) were expansive and 122 (42%) were infiltrative according to ming's; 178 cases (62%) were intestinal-type (igc), 61 (21%) were diffuse-type (dgc) and 50 cases (17%) were mixed type. among igc, 116 patients were men (65%) and 61 (35%) were women (1,9:1), mean age of 67.1± 11.8 years; among dgc 36 patients were men (59%) and 25 (41%) were women (1.4:1), mean age 59.3 ± 14.2 years, significantly lower than in igc (p = 0.001). igc were predominantly borrmann types i or ii, whereas dgc were commonly borrmann types iii or iv (p = 0.004). dgc were in more advanced stages than igc (p = 0.02). nerve invasion was more frequent in dgc cases (p < 10-7). chronic atrophic gastritis and intestinal metaplasia were quite common among igc (81% and 67%) and dgc (77% and 59%). conclusions: our data are similar to those reported from medium and high gc risk populations. intestinal-type distally located gc are predominant and most of the cases are advanced tumors without any possibility of curative treatment.
Genetic structure of Neisseria meningitidis serogroup C epidemic strains in South Brazil
Sacchi, Claudio Tavares;Tondella, Maria Lúcia Cecconi;Gorla, Maria Cecília Outeiro;Lemos, Ana Paula Silva de;Melles, Carmo Elias A.;Paiva, Maria Vaneide de;Rodrigues, Dauri Santos;Andrade, Antonio Joaquim F.;Ribeiro, Marta Osório;Sperb, Alethea;
Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de S?o Paulo , 1995, DOI: 10.1590/S0036-46651995000400001
Abstract: in the present study we report the results of an analysis, based on serotyping, multilocus enzyme electrophoresis (mee), and ribotyping of n. meningitidis serogroup c strains isolated from patients with meningococcal disease (md) in rio grande do sul (rs) and santa catarina (sc) states, brazil, as the center of epidemiology control of ministry of health detected an increasing of md cases due to this serogroup in the last two years (1992-1993). we have demonstrated that the md due to n.meningitidis serogroup c strains in rs and sc states occurring in the last 4 years were caused mainly by one clone of strains (et 40), with isolates indistinguishable by serogroup, serotype, subtype and even by ribotyping. one small number of cases that were not due to an et 40 strains, represent closely related clones that probably are new lineages generated from the et 40 clone referred as et 11a complex. we have also analyzed n.meningitidis serogroup c strains isolated in the greater s?o paulo in 1976 as representative of the first post epidemic year in that region. the ribotyping method, as well as mee, could provide useful information about the clonal characteristics of those isolates and also of strains isolated in south brazil. the strains from 1976 have more similarity with the actual endemic than epidemic strains, by the ribotyping, sulfonamide sensitivity, and mee results. in conclusion, serotyping with monoclonal antibodies (c:2b:p1.3), mee (et 11 and et 11a complex), and ribotyping by using clai restriction enzyme (rb2), were useful to characterize these epidemic strains of n.meningitidis related to the increased incidence of md in different states of south brazil. it is mostly probable that these n.meningitidis serogroup c strains have poor or no genetic corelation with 1971-1975 epidemic serogroup c strains. the genetic similarity of members of the et 11 and et 11a complex were confirmed by the ribotyping method by using three restriction endonucleases.
Parcerias público-privadas em Angola
Osório,Paula; Todo Bom,Luís;
Economia Global e Gest?o , 2008,
Abstract: public private partnerships (ppps) are an important tool particularly useful in infrastructure development projects, related with transportation, energy, water and environment. this tool is especially relevant in countries like angola, requiring an accelerated path for its infrastructure implementation. however ppps can also be used in a large number of different areas like technology transfer, cultural, health and social activities, having equal relevance in angola. ppps can have several configurations not only from an economical, but also from a legal perspective, requiring different private and public bodies involvement, risk and financial options.the use of these different models should be matched with the type of the project where they will be applied.this paper will evaluate the different types of ppps regarding their legal and economic configuration and their ability to be used on the development of different sectors in angola.
Parcerias público-privadas em Angola Public private partnerships in Angola
Paula Osório,Luís Todo Bom
Economia Global e Gest?o , 2008,
Abstract: As Parcerias Público Privadas (PPP’s) constituem um instrumento de desenvolvimento económico especialmente adaptado para países como Angola com necessidades de implementa o acelerada de infra-estruturas - transportes, energia, água e ambiente.No entanto, na actual fase de desenvolvimento de Angola, as PPP’s podem ser utilizadas com sucesso em outras áreas de interven o menos comuns, tais como na área cultural, social e na transferência de tecnologia. As PPP’s podem ser de vários tipos e apresentarem diferentes enquadramentos legais, com diferentes níveis de envolvimento das entidades públicas, de risco, e de op es de financiamento. A utiliza o destes diferentes tipos de instrumentos deverá ser adaptada aos objectivos e características dos sectores em que se aplicam. No presente artigo analisar-se- o os diferentes tipos de PPP’s, o seu quadro legal de referência e a sua aplicabilidade a diferentes projectos em diferentes áreas de desenvolvimento, em Angola. Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) are an important tool particularly useful in infrastructure development projects, related with transportation, energy, water and environment. This tool is especially relevant in countries like Angola, requiring an accelerated path for its infrastructure implementation. However PPPs can also be used in a large number of different areas like technology transfer, cultural, health and social activities, having equal relevance in Angola. PPPs can have several configurations not only from an economical, but also from a legal perspective, requiring different private and public bodies involvement, risk and financial options.The use of these different models should be matched with the type of the project where they will be applied.This paper will evaluate the different types of PPPs regarding their legal and economic configuration and their ability to be used on the development of different sectors in Angola.
Determination of nimodipine in plasma by HPLC-MS/MS and pharmacokinetic application
Nascimento, Demétrius Fernandes do;Moraes, Manoel Odorico de;Bezerra, Fernando Ant?nio Frota;Pontes, Andréa Vieira;Uchoa, Célia Regina Amaral;Moraes, Renata Amaral de;Leite, Ismenia Osório;Santana, Gilmara Silva de Melo;Santana, Ana Paula Macedo;Leite, Ana Lourdes Almeida e Silva;Pedrazzoli Júnior, José;Moraes, Maria Elisabete Amaral de;
Brazilian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1984-82502010000400008
Abstract: to develop and validate a rapid, specific and highly sensitive method to quantify nimodipine in human plasma using dibucaine as the internal standard (is). the analyte and is were extracted from plasma samples by liquid-liquid extraction using hexane-ethyl acetate (1:1 v/v). the chromatographic separation was performed on a varian? polaris c18 analytical column (3 μm, 50 x 2.0 mm) and pre-column securityguardtm c18 (4.0 x 3.0 mm) with a mobile phase of acetonitrile-ammonium acetate 0.02 ml/l (80:20v/v). the method had a chromatographic run time of 4.5 min and linear calibration curve over the range of 0.1- 40 ng/ml (r > 0.9938). the limit of quantification was 100 pg/ml. acceptable precision and accuracy were obtained for concentrations over the standard curve ranges. this validated method was successfully applied in determining the pharmacokinetic profile of nimodipine tablets of 30 mg administered to 24 healthy volunteers. the proposed method of analysis provided a sensitive and specific assay for nimodipine determination in human plasma. the time for the determination of one plasma sample was 4.5 min. this method is suitable for the analysis of nimodipine in human plasma samples collected for pharmacokinetic, bioavailability or bioequivalence studies in humans.
Representa??es sociais de mulheres sobre a amamenta??o: teste de associa??o livre de idéias acerca da interrup??o precoce do aleitamento materno exclusivo
Osório, Cácia M?nica;Queiroz, Ana Beatriz Azevedo;
Escola Anna Nery , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-81452007000200012
Abstract: the early interruption of exclusive breastfeeding (eb) constitutes a problem with biological, psychological and sociocultural characteristics. this paper aims to describe the social representations of women who have early weaned eb. we have interviewed 30 women (15 were housewives hm, 15 were working mothers wm) in mixed assited nursering in the family health program in the city of resende (rj). from august to september 2005, we have collected data through a free association of ideas test, aiming to emerge associations related to the words exploited at the level of social stereotypes, which was followed by the bardin's content analyses. the data have shown high frequency of the category "pleasure, love and affection", showing the recognition of the importance of breastfeeding and of human milk. "baby's health" has been more expressive in the hm group, suggesting that these women anchored breastfeeding in the health-sickness process. in conclusion, our women recognize the importance of breastfeeding but not its exclusiveness up to the sixth month of age.
Human Gene Mutations and Migratory Flows—Portugal and the Mediterranean  [PDF]
Leonor Osório Almeida
Advances in Anthropology (AA) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/aa.2015.53015
Abstract: This study presents a compilation of results obtained by several research groups on the mutational analysis of β thalassemia in Portugal and in Morocco, and compares the mutation/haplotype associations in both countries. We use the β thal mutations and haplotypes as genetic markers to address the question of gene flows through the Mediterranean basin area into the Iberian Peninsula and Portugal since the Phoenician trade up to recent times.
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