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Recent Developments in the Nasal Immunization against Anthrax  [PDF]
Sandra Jesus, Olga Borges
World Journal of Vaccines (WJV) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/wjv.2011.13008
Abstract: Bacillus anthracis is the causative agent of anthrax, a bacterial infection with a high mortality rate [1-3]. Although anthrax infection can be cutaneous, gastrointestinal or pulmonary, the pulmonary form is the most deadly [2,3]. Thus, the release of Bacillus anthracis spores that can be inhaled represents a potent bioterrorism threat; the capacity of B. anthracis spores to act as a bioterrorism weapon was demonstrated in 2001, with the intentional infection of 22 persons in the U.S.A. [2,4]. Until recently, the available vaccines were developed to confer protection against cutaneous infection; despite this, these vaccines demonstrated experimental efficacy against pulmonary infection in multiple animal models [1,2]. Nevertheless, there are many limitations for these vaccines to be considered successful and effective vaccine, including the intensity of the required vaccination schedule, the administration route and the presence of local adverse effects experienced after vaccination [1,3,5,6]. To develop more efficient vaccines against pulmonary anthrax, intranasal formulations with adjuvant have been studied. These formulations have advantages because they are easy to administer and because they are expected to induce both systemic and respiratory tract mucosal immune responses. Therefore, the main goal of this review is to compare the different experimental adjuvants used with anthrax antigens and the different approaches regarding the vaccination schedule and consecutive boosters.
The messier objects as a tool in teaching astronomy  [PDF]
Jesus Rodrigo F. Torres
Natural Science (NS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ns.2013.53044

The French astronomer Charles Messier (1730- 1817) compiled a catalogue [1] of astronomical objects which reached109 innumber after additions by later astronomers were added. The catalogue contains galaxies, emission nebulae, a supernova remnant, a double star, globular clusters, open clusters, an asterism, a star cloud, and planetary nebulae. While the objective of Messier in compiling the catalogue was to guide comet hunters not to be confused by his objects which he thought looked like comets [2], the Messier Catalogue as it later became known became a standard guide to astronomers for a study of the sky’s “greatest hits” or the best samples of objects which can be observed and studied. This paper explores the value of the Messier Catalogue in the teaching of Astronomy and Earth Science. The range of objects is wide and contains some of the best examples of their type. The teaching method I propose is the actual observations of the objects through a telescope, with the corresponding explanation. Some principles which will be covered through this process are stellar evolution from the birth and death of stars, galaxy types, formation of galaxies, galactic interactions, life in the Universe, cosmology, and our place in the Universe.

Jesus Soria
International Journal of English Studies (IJES) , 2002, DOI: 10.6018/ijes.2.1.48601
Abstract: This article attenlpts to define the intimate relationship that is intended between c1assroon1-based and laboratory-based activities, between private study and language class, between individual and collective effort and between computer-centered and teacher-led learning. We tend to take it as an axiom o€ CALL that the place of IT is beside the teacher, its function complementary or suplementary. Typically. the teacher's role is usually one (occasionally just a couple) of these: designer, author, editor, tester, provider, trainer, checker or supervisor. Except when in a supervisory role, the teacher's role is taken over by the computer when the teacher's own activity stops. This is what we tend to call computer-aided instruction. In the vast majority of cases, the role of IT is extrinsic to the teacher's own activity. I shall try to demonstrate here that the aid that the coMputer is able to provide can be effectively brought right into the classroom as an integral, intrinsic part of the teacher's own activity and that, by doing so, it can enhance not only the teacher's activity but also the complementary role which is traditionally assigned to the computer. The processes described here were developed with a specific situation in mind, not atypical in, at least, British Higher Education: increased mixed ability and reduced teaching time. In a pedagogical context that, in spite of mission statement protestations, usually attempts to make the most of the average, they specifically target the lower and higher ability student ranges. New funding has been secured to continue with this research from September 2002.
Ramses III: un faraón guerrero a finales del segundo milenio a.C.
Trello, Jesus
Gladius , 2000, DOI: 10.3989/gladius.2000.63
Abstract: The irruption in the history of the so called Sea Peoples profoundly altered the evolution of the Eastern Mediterranean civilizations. Pharaoh Ramses III was the individual figure who rose up to confront them and stopped their devastating path of destruction at the very border of Egypt. We shall try to give a current view of this historical figure, using the images and the contemporary texts related to this king. La irrupción en la historia de los llamados pueblos del mar alteró profundamente la evolución de las civilizaciones del mediterráneo oriental. Frente a ellos se alzó una figura individual, el faraón Ramses III, que detiene su estela devastadora ante las mismas puertas de Egipto. Pretendemos una visión actualizada de esta figura histórica, a la vista de las imágenes y los textos contemporáneos del rey.
Evidence of high longevity in an Island lacertid, Teira dugesii (Milne-Edwards, 1829). First data on wild specimens
José Jesus
Acta Herpetologica , 2012,
Abstract: Using the technique of capture, mark and recapture, here is reported a case of high longevity in the Madeiran lizard, Teira dugesii. It is one of the highest reported values for lacertid lizards (16 years or more) in a wild population.
For as do trabalho: movimentos de trabalhadores e globaliza o desde 1870
Jesus Ranieri
Tempo Social , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/s0103-20702006000100022
D. José Miguel de Barandiarán: Notas biográficas.
Jesus Altuna
Munibe Antropologia-Arkeologia , 1990,
Perfil altitudinal de la temperatura media del aire en Colombia
Eslava Jesus
Earth Sciences Research Journal , 1992,
Abstract: Se establecen ecuaciones que relacionan la temperatura media anual del aire en Colombia con la altitud. Por medio de ellas se posibilita estimar los valores de esa temperatura en cualquier lugar, con el requisito de conocer únicamente el dato de su altitud y ubicación regional; también se determinan los gradientes altitudinales que, a su vez, posibilitan conocer cualquier otro dato de temperatura del aire, conociendo los datos de otro sitio o estación base. Las ecuaciones muestran que los valores a nivel del mar y la variación altitudinal de la temperatura del aire en Colombia no son únicos, sino que cambian según las condiciones físicas de cada región o subregión y se diferencias sustancialmente de los valores propuestos con anterioridad por otros autores. Equations that establish relations between annual average temperature and altitude are defined for Colombia. These equations allow to estimate temperature values at any place, just by knowing altitude and regional location data. It is also possible to determine altitudinal gradients, which in turn allows to know the temperature of a given place, from the data for a base. The defined equations show that temperature is not a unique function of altitudinal changes, but it also depends on specific physical conditions for each region or subregion.
About the concept and ideology Sobre o conceito de ideologia
Jesus Ranieri
Estudos de Sociologia , 2007,
Abstract: This article looks for the theat the ideology of the point of view to is social function, or either, not only of the details of the correction or falseness of the concept, but of the reason of its effective sedimentation in the daily life while element that aims at to nullify social conflicts. Keywords: Ideology. Science. Work. Este artigo procura tratar da ideologia do ponto de vista de sua fun o social, ou seja, n o somente dos pormenores da corre o ou falsidade do conceito, mas do porquê de sua efetiva sedimenta o na vida cotidiana, como elemento que visa dirimir conflitos sociais. Palavras-chave: Ideologia. Ciência. Trabalho.
Inclusive growth: Why is it Important for Developing Asia?
Jesus Felipe
Cadmus , 2012,
Abstract: Although Asian countries attain relatively high growth rates of GDP, many citizens do not seem to benefit from it. To remedy this problem, multilateral development institutions have developed the concept of inclusive growth, defined as growth that allows all members of a society to participate in and contribute to the growth process on an equal basis, regardless of their individual circumstances. The most direct way to achieve inclusive growth in Asia is to bring the objective of full employment of the labor force (i.e., zero involuntary unemployment) to the top of the policy agenda. Specific policies to achieve it are: (i) Redress the neglect of agriculture; (ii) Undertake public investment in basic infrastructure; (iii) Use of industrial policy to accelerate industrialization and structural transformation in general; (iv) Direct fiscal and monetary policies to the achievement of full employment; and (v) Devise Job Guarantee Programs (JGP) to ensure full employment with price stability.
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