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Histological observations on Montenegro's reaction in man
Mayrink, Wilson;Schettini, Antonio Pedro M.;Williams, Paul;Raso, Pedro;Magalh?es, Paulo Araujo;Lima, Antonio De Oliveira;Melo, Maria Norma;Costa, Carlos Alberto da;Genaro, Odair;Dias, Magno;Michalick, Marilene Suzan Marques;
Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de S?o Paulo , 1989, DOI: 10.1590/S0036-46651989000400008
Abstract: the montenegro skin test is widely used as a diagnostic method for american cutaneous leishmaniasis (acl) but little is known about the histological changes that occur in the skin after administration of the antigen. this report is based on histological studies of biopsied material obtained, from inoculation sites, 48 hours after individuals had been given intradermal injections with a standardized montenegro antigen. the material examined was obtained from four distinctly different test groups: naturally infected patients with parasitologically proved acl and with positive montenegro's reaction; individuals without previous history of acl and not previously tested with montenegro antigen; participants in anti-acl vaccine trials who developed positive reactions to montenegro antigen after vaccination; other participants in vaccine trials who had negative montenegro responses after vaccination or had served as controls in the trials. the histological pictures of each group are described and discussed. histologically, the reactions of vaccinated individuals were indistinguishable from those with naturally acquired infections.
Immunotherapy, immunochemotherapy and chemotherapy for American cutaneous leishmaniasis treatment
Mayrink, Wilson;Botelho, Ana Cristina de Carvalho;Magalh?es, Paulo Araújo;Batista, Sebasti?o Mariano;Lima, Antonio de Oliveira;Genaro, Odair;Costa, Carlos Alberto da;Melo, Maria Norma de;Michalick, Marilene Susan Marques;Williams, Paul;Dias, Magno;Caiaffa, Waleska Teixeira;Nascimento, Evaldo do;Machado-Coelho, George Luiz Lins;
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0037-86822006000100003
Abstract: the first choice of treatment for american cutaneous leishmaniasis is the pentavalent antimonial drug. although it has been shown that this treatment is mostly effective and indicated, some disadvantages should be taken into account such as side effects, long term treatment inconveniences and counter-indication for patients suffering from cardiopathy, nephropathy; yet, aging, pregnancy and other conditions. with the advent of the vaccine anti-american cutaneous leishmaniasis as a prophylactic measure, studies on therapy using the vaccine associated or not with other drugs have been performed by many investigators and it is currently among the alternative treatments and prevention measures for american cutaneous leishmaniasis. in conclusion, the association between antimony and vaccine (immunochemotherapy) showed the same cure rate when compared with the standard treatment (100%) and it was also able to reduce the salt volume in 17.9% and treatment length from 87 to 62 days, decreasing side effects.
Ionic channels in plants: potassium transport
Oliveira, Antonio Costa de;
Ciência Rural , 1995, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84781995000100033
Abstract: the discovery of potassium channels on the plasma membrane has helped to elucidate important mechanisms in animal and plant physiology. plant growth and development associated mechanisms, such as germination, leaf movements, stomatal action, ion uptake in roots, phloem transport and nutrient storage are linked to potassium transport. studies describing potassium transport regulation by abscisic acid (aba), ca++, light and other factors are presented here. also the types of channels that regulate potassium uptake and efflux in the cell, and the interaction of these channels with external signals, are discussed.
Timepieces Timepieces
Antonio Eduardo de Oliveira
Ilha do Desterro , 2008,
Abstract: The poetry of Timepieces bubbles from exploitations and sensations of the outer world. Carol Berge' s poetics are the experience provided in day to day situations. In the great majority of cases, Timepieces presents tales where the hero is a woman describing her feeling about any situation, and the way the writer develops this makes me think of the famous contemporary Brazilian writer, Clarice Lispector. Carol Berge uses a deep and incessant poetical effort to understand different aspects life has to manifest poetry. One might say Timepieces is a book written whth the purpose of convincing the sensitive reader of literature about the reality of poetic manifestation as an integrant part of everyday life.
Conrad's view of revolution/anarchism in under western eyes Conrad's view of revolution/anarchism in under western eyes
Antonio Eduardo de Oliveira
Ilha do Desterro , 2008,
Abstract: It is my main purpose to discuss in this paper three relevant topics concerned with Joseph Conrad's novel Under Western Eyes, namely: the author's view of revolution and anarchism and its relation with his Polish experience; how critical Conrad is of both autocracy and revolution and finally to discuss where in, the novel the writer is sympathetic to revolution. To begin with, let me mention some aspects of Conrad's Polish background. First of all, he was a Pole, born in the Russian-occupied Poland of 1857 as the son of one of the most spirited participants in the Polish National Comittee, and with a profound fear of Russian autocratic power in his blood. Politics, nationalism, the forces of imperialism and rebellion, were the first and deepest parts of his inheritance. Conrad's character was linked to the patriotic and nationalistic ardour of his father's nature, an idealist revolutionary, and to the conservatism of his uncle Tadeuz Bobrowski his guardian during youth. The duality of thought conditioned by Apollo Korzeniowski, the father, and Tadeuz Bobrowski made his character divided all his life long. The political approach in Under Western Eyes exemplifies the writer's duality of thought. In order to write this novel Conrad found uggestions in the writings of Russian novelists, mainly Dostoievsky's Crime and Punishment. Although the book fully justifies this assertion, the writer denies it and even affirmed in a letter to a friend that he had a "Russophobia", and that he did not like the works of the famous Russian writer. It is my main purpose to discuss in this paper three relevant topics concerned with Joseph Conrad's novel Under Western Eyes, namely: the author's view of revolution and anarchism and its relation with his Polish experience; how critical Conrad is of both autocracy and revolution and finally to discuss where in, the novel the writer is sympathetic to revolution. To begin with, let me mention some aspects of Conrad's Polish background. First of all, he was a Pole, born in the Russian-occupied Poland of 1857 as the son of one of the most spirited participants in the Polish National Comittee, and with a profound fear of Russian autocratic power in his blood. Politics, nationalism, the forces of imperialism and rebellion, were the first and deepest parts of his inheritance. Conrad's character was linked to the patriotic and nationalistic ardour of his father's nature, an idealist revolutionary, and to the conservatism of his uncle Tadeuz Bobrowski his guardian during youth. The duality of thought conditioned by Apollo Korzeniowski, t
Charles Bukowski Charles Bukowski
Antonio Eduardo de Oliveira
Ilha do Desterro , 2008,
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The Bonnyclabber The Bonnyclabber
Antonio Eduardo de Oliveira
Ilha do Desterro , 2008,
Abstract: It is not easy to write about "The Bonnyclabber". The author gave a structure to his book which is independent of traditional literary esthetics. It is a collection of varied writings which has no traditional sequence. The majority don't even have titles. There are blank pages which have nothing to do with the book itself, and neither to the odd ilustrations. Paradoxically we can find beauty in some of the book's contents. Literature has no boundaries, so that innovative tendencies never cease to cone about, George Chambers in an innovator, a modern revolutionary uninhibited.
Gest o e pedagogia empreendedoras urgem educador-empreendedor
Marco Antonio de Oliveira
ECCOM , 2010,
Abstract: This article purposes a way to think about the management and the educational enterprising which need an enterpriser teacher too. This work is important because there is a great number of people needing of data to their never ending improvement and they are looking for good solutions to become good educational environment at school. In this way, this study intends to contribute helping the teacher in his educational practice. The theoretical studies were Dolabela (2003), Acúrcio (2005).
Epistemologias do Sul
Antonio Celso de Oliveira
Revista Espa?o Acadêmico , 2011,
Abstract: Resenha do livro “Epistemologias do Sul” org. Boaventura de Sousa Santos e Maria Paula Meneses.
Oscar Wao e sua vida de dissabores juvenis no drama político dominicano
Antonio Celso de Oliveira
Revista Espa?o Acadêmico , 2011,
Abstract: O livro de Junot Días, “A Fantástica vida breve de Oscar Wao”. Conta a trajetória de um jovem dominicano desiludido com a vida e o mundo de violência institucionalizada na America Central. A realidade de um povo que vive a mercê da cultura capitalista norte America. Neste contexto tra a um painel das rela es culturais e políticas entre os povos da America central e os EUA, tendo como representa o a Republica Dominicana.
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