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Cultura: a palavra e as idéias
Augusto Rodrigues da Silva Junior
Sociedade e Estado , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/s0102-69922008000100008
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Mortos do subterraneo: o discurso sepulcral em Bobók e Memórias póstumas de Brás Cubas
Augusto Rodrigues da Silva Junior
Signótica , 2009, DOI: 10.5216/sig.v21i1.8612
Abstract: A fus o da gargalhada desfigurante com uma negatividade cética discute o que há de mais significativo para o homem: a existência. A morte romanceada dialoga com a catábase homérica, com a sátira menipeica, com o banquete nos velórios medievais, com a alegria abundante em Rabelais, com manifesta es da modernidade, incluindo o conto “Bobók”, de Dostoiévski. Ao convergir liminarmente fantasia e realidade, Memórias póstumas de Brás Cubas rompe com os limites do romance usual e anuncia uma linguagem galhofeira e melancólica que decomp e as eternas contradi es humanas.
Brazil’s Unified Health System (SUS) and Its Treatment for Transgender People  [PDF]
Juliana Perucchi, Brune Coelho Brand?o, Cláudio Magno Gomes Berto, Fernanda Deotti Rodrigues, Junior Augusto da Silva
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2014.59121
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This present article was constructed from an empirical work of intervention-research in a support group for transgender people which worked at the Clínica de Psicologia Aplicada (CPA) [Applied Psychology Clinic] of the Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora (UFJF), in Minas Gerais, Brazil. It aimed at analyzing psychosocial aspects of the interventions that such people made to their bodies, investigating process of health and sickness involved in these contexts. The analysis of the participants’ reports of the support group identified itself with a deep relation between the construction of the bodies and subjectivities of travesty and transgender people belonging to the lower classes and the utilization of the Brazilian public health system, called Unified Health System (SUS). As results, it found that in Brazil, the travesty and transgender population is neglected when accessing the public health services, which causes many damages and, in some cases, irretrievable consequences to the health of these people. The treatment model in the public health system in Brazil concerning the travesty and transgender population is reductionist and precarious, considering health only under the biological view and disregarding the complexity of this phenomenon. This way, SUS neglects the psychic losses that transgender brings related to their bodies, something which contradicts the broad health concept defined by the World Health Organization (WHO).

TIPOLOGIA DA NEGA O EM KANOê
LAéRCIO NORA BACELAR,AUGUSTO RODRIGUES DA SILVA JUNIOR
Signótica , 2003, DOI: 10.5216/sig.v15i2.3760
Abstract: Este trabalho tem como objetivo demonstrar a tipologia da nega o na língua Kanoê,1 uma das línguas indígenas brasileiras “isoladas”, cujos últimos remanescentes vivem nas áreas Indígenas de Deolinda, Sagarana, Rio Guaporé, na fronteira do Brasil com a Bolívia, e às margens do igarapé Omeré, na regi o de Corumbiara, em Rond nia. A partir de um corpus que compreende aproximadamente 1800 dados lingüísticos, tipificam-se e exemplificam-se aqui três tipos de senten as negativas: 1) nega o propriamente dita; 2) afirma o através da litote; 3) comparativo de superioridade e de inferioridade, por meio de frases “litóticas”.
Metodologia heurística construtiva para aloca??o de bancos de capacitores em sistemas de distribui??o de energia elétrica
Silva Junior, Ivo Chaves da;Carneiro Junior, Sandoval;Oliveira, Edimar José de;Pereira, José Luiz Rezende;Garcia, Paulo Augusto Nepomuceno;
Sba: Controle & Automa??o Sociedade Brasileira de Automatica , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-17592008000100007
Abstract: this paper presents a heuristic constructive algorithm to solve the discrete capacitor size and allocation problem in distribution systems. initially the discrete nature of the capacitor allocation problem is mitigated by using a sigmoid function in the [0,1] interval which is incorporated into the optimum power flow (opf) through modifications in the power flow equations. the proposed algorithm uses the primal-dual interior point technique to solve the opf problem. finally, the sensitivity obtained by sigmoid function which is weighted by the reactive loading of the distribution system, determines step by step the location, size and number of capacitors to be installed in the distribution system. the proposed technique is applied in two distribution systems. the results obtained are compared with the ones obtained using the genetic algorithm.
Thymidylate synthase gene (TYMS) polymorphisms in sporadic and hereditary breast cancer
José da Silva Nogueira Junior, Fernando Augusto de Lima Marson, Carmen Sílvia Bertuzzo
BMC Research Notes , 2012, DOI: 10.1186/1756-0500-5-676
Abstract: In this study we included a total of 204 subjects, 70 with BC (33 with SBC, and 37 with HBC) and 134 healthy subjects (controls). The Polymerase Chain Reaction was the method used.Results demonstrated a high frequency of the 3R allele at BC, SBC, and HBC groups. The frequency of genotype 2R/3R was significantly higher in BC group. This work showed association between the 2R/3R variants (OR = 4.14, CI95% = 1.77-9.71) in the development of SBC, and 2R/2R (OR = 0.233, CI95% = 1.63-7.65) and 2R/3R (OR = 3.53, CI95% = 0.06-0.81) for developing HBC. To BC, there was association with the genotype 2R/3R (OR: 3.79, CI95% = 2.03-7.08).Our results show relation to the development of BC in association with the analyzed polymorphisms.Breast cancer (BC) is a genetic disease characterized by an out of control growing breast cells, resulting in cellular proliferation, invasion of surrounding tissues and other organs, with possibility of metastasis [1]. BC is the second leading cancer in the population, it is the most common cancer among women, and the second leading cause of death within them, with approximately 460.000 deaths/year worldwide [1,2].In recent years risk factors for BC have been identified, although the etiology of the disease is still not understood. Risk factors that contribute to the development of BC include age, ethnicity, reproduction, some kind of hormones, lifestyle, bone density, genetic factors [3] and family history [4]. The majority of hereditary breast cancer (HBC) susceptibility can be attributed to germline mutations of to Breast Cancer 1 and Breast Cancer 2 genes (BRCA1 and BRCA2), which are responsible for 30-40% of HBC. Clinically, the basis of HBC is established at an early age, family history, bilateral BC, male BC, ovarian and/or tube cancer, and lower survival when compared to the sporadic form [5].Most of BC are sporadic (SBC), resulting from gene mutations, uncorrected, located in somatic cells, and unrelated to germline mutation. Risk factors
Evaluation of the transfer of passive immunity by the analysis of immunoglobulin and serum proteins of Holstein calves Avalia o da transferência de imunidade passiva através da análise de imunoglobulinas e proteínas séricas em bezerras da ra a holandês
Ricardo Augusto Santos Garcia,Werner Okano Werner,Flavio Antonio Barca Junior,Luiz César da Silva
Semina : Ciências Agrárias , 2012,
Abstract: This present study evaluated the serum concentrations of the fractional and total proteins, the immunoglobulin concentrations, and the dynamics of passive immune transfer in 25 female Holstein calves. All calves were maintained with their respective dams for 24 hours during which the ingestion of colostrum was done ad libitum. The determinations were done within 24 hours after suckling and at 30 days of age. The gamma fraction of proteins was the predominant immunoglobulin observed 24 hrs after the suckling of colostrum, followed by beta, alpha 2, and alpha1. 30 days later, the beta fraction was more elevated, followed by gamma, and the alpha fractions. The concentrations of serum albumin increased proportionally with age, but the concentrations of total proteins remained unaltered. Most calves (56%; 14/25) demonstrated effective passive immune transfer of immunoglobulins; transfer was within acceptable limits for 36% (9/25) but was inadequate in 8% (2/25) of the calves evaluated. Este presente estudo avaliou as concentra es séricas da proteína total, suas fra es, as concentra es de imunoglobulinas e a dinamica de transferência da imunidade passiva em 25 bezerras da ra a Holandês variedade preto e branco. Todas as bezerras permaneceram com suas respectivas m es até 24 horas após o nascimento, durante este período a ingest o de colostro foi realizada ad libitum. As determina es foram feitas após a ingest o do colostro às 24 horas após o nascimento e aos 30 dias de idade. As gamaglobulinas foram predominantes às 24 horas após a ingest o de colostro, seguida pelas fra es beta e alfa. Aos 30 dias a fra o beta foi a mais elevada, seguida pela gama e as fra es alfa. A concentra o de albumina sérica aumentou proporcionalmente com a idade, mas a concentra o de proteína total manteve-se inalterada. A maior parte das bezerras (56%; 14/25) demonstrou transferência passiva imune eficaz de imunoglobulinas; a transferência de imunidade foi dentro dos limites aceitáveis para 36% (09/25), mas n o foi suficiente em 8% (02/25) das bezerras avaliadas.
Análise da qualidade de vida no trabalho de colaboradores com diferentes níveis de instru??o através de uma análise de correla??es
Timossi, Luciana da Silva;Francisco, Antonio Carlos de;Santos Junior, Guata?ara dos;Xavier, Antonio Augusto de Paula;
Produ??o , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-65132010005000031
Abstract: the objective of this study was to investigate the quality of working life (qwl) in workers with different levels of education, through the use of uni- and multivariate statistical techniques to analyze the data. this study was carried out through the application of a qwl model proposed by walton (1975) on 154 individuals (84 men and 70 women), with different educational levels. the general results indicated that the criterion ''fair and adjusted compensation'' (3.1) showed a lower dissatisfaction index and the criterion ''social relevance'' the lowest (3.74). in the analysis of variance with p = 0,05; calculated value of f = 1,96; p = 0,056 and critical value of f = 2,37, it is possible to affirm that there is no significant difference in the qwl mean among the 9 analyzed levels of instruction. concerning the correlation analysis, the first analysis obtained a correlation value equal to -0.128, where a significant correlation between the qwl and the educational level of the individuals was not found. in the second correlation analysis, it was confirmed that the instruction level showed significant correlation only with criteria 1 and 7 of qwl with respective values of 0.2480 and 0.2849. it is possible to conclude that the collaborators may manifest a better or worse qwl, independently of their level of education. this also indicates that all the collaborators are sensitive to the modifications and innovations and improvements promoted by the company in the labor environment.
Análise da qualidade de vida no trabalho de colaboradores com diferentes níveis de instru o através de uma análise de correla es Analysis on quality of work life of employees with different levels of education through an analysis of correlations
Luciana da Silva Timossi,Antonio Carlos de Francisco,Guata?ara dos Santos Junior,Antonio Augusto de Paula Xavier
Produ??o , 2010,
Abstract: O objetivo deste estudo foi investigar a qualidade de vida no trabalho (QVT) de colaboradores com diferentes níveis de instru o, utilizando-se de técnicas estatísticas uni e multivariada para a análise dos dados. Foi realizado por meio da aplica o do modelo de QVT proposto por Walton (1973) em 154 indivíduos - 84 homens e 70 mulheres - com diferentes níveis de instru o. Os resultados gerais indicaram que o critério ''compensa o justa e adequada'' (53) apresentou o menor índice de satisfa o adotado e ''relevancia social'', o maior escore (69,1). Na análise de variancia com α = 0,05; valor calculado de F = 1,96; P = 0,056, e valor crítico de F = 2,37, pode-se afirmar que n o existe diferen a significativa entre as médias de QVT dos nove níveis de instru o analisados. Quanto à primeira análise de correla o, esta obteve coeficiente de correla o igual a -0,128, n o tendo sido verificada uma correla o significativa entre o valor geral da QVT dos indivíduos e o nível de instru o. Na segunda análise de correla o multivariada, foi verificado que o nível de instru o apresentou correla o significativa apenas com os critérios 1 e 7 de QVT, com valores respectivos de 0,2480 e 0,2849. Conclui-se que os colaboradores podem apresentar melhor ou pior QVT, independentemente de seu grau de instru o, indicando que todos os colaboradores s o sensíveis às modifica es e melhorias promovidas pela empresa no ambiente laboral. The objective of this study was to investigate the quality of working life (QWL) in workers with different levels of education, through the use of uni- and multivariate statistical techniques to analyze the data. This study was carried out through the application of a QWL model proposed by Walton (1975) on 154 individuals (84 men and 70 women), with different educational levels. The general results indicated that the criterion ''fair and adjusted compensation'' (3.1) showed a lower dissatisfaction index and the criterion ''social relevance'' the lowest (3.74). In the analysis of variance with P = 0,05; calculated value of F = 1,96; P = 0,056 and critical value of F = 2,37, it is possible to affirm that there is no significant difference in the QWL mean among the 9 analyzed levels of instruction. Concerning the correlation analysis, the first analysis obtained a correlation value equal to -0.128, where a significant correlation between the QWL and the educational level of the individuals was not found. In the second correlation analysis, it was confirmed that the instruction level showed significant correlation only with criteria 1 and 7 of Q
Growth and Xylose consumption of Candida guilliermondii in the submerse fermentation using sugarcane bagasse
Mário César Jucoski Bier et al.,Leila Teresinha Maranho,Jayme Augusto Menegassi Azevedo,Luiz Severo Da Silva Junior
Evidência : Ciência e Biotecnologia - Interdisciplinar , 2007,
Abstract: The xylitol has been seen as a product with a great commercial value for the food and pharmaceutical industries as well the odontological sector for its notable characteristics like its sweet taste and prevention of caries, while is recommended to the obese and is tolerated by the diabetics. The xylitol may be obtained through chemical and biotechnological reactions. According to the literature the chemical production of xylitol involves an expensive and unproductive process in response to its purification. On the other hand the biotechnological has become an excellent alternative for its production, using submerse fermentative processes made by microorganisms. In the present research was studied the use of the biotechnological reaction, using the yeast Candida guilliermondii and sugarcane bagasse, a low cost agroindustrial residue used for xilose fermentation, as the substrate. Tests were made in duplicate and it was verified the fermentative capacity of three lineages of the C. guilliermondii at the times of 0, 24, 48, 72 and 96 hours. For the conversion of the xylana into xylose it was made an acid hydrolysis. Then it was used activated coal for the purification of the hydrolysate and supplementation of the fermentation medium with ammonium sulphate and rice bran. The fermentative process occurred in the shaker at 150rpm at 30oC. This study intends to estimate through the yeast growth and the xylose consumption the best fermentative parameters to xylitol production. Among the lineages used the best one results were obtained by the LBP018, where it was obtained the highest biomass and faster xylose consumption..
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