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RORTY, Richard. Uma ética laica. S o Paulo: Martins Fontes, 2010.
Sérgio Murilo Rodrigues
Horizonte : Revista de Estudos de Teologia e Ciências da Religi?o , 2011, DOI: 10.5752/2155
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A rela o entre o corpo e o poder em Michel Foucault
Sérgio Murilo Rodrigues
Psicologia em Revista , 2003,
Abstract: Este artigo pretende examinar a quest o acerca da rela o entre o corpo e o poder na atualidade. O autor espera mostrar a impossibilidade da existência de um ponto de vista sobre o corpo sem pressupostos. Uma vis o do corpo sempre será uma interpreta o. E uma interpreta o sempre produzirá uma rela o de poder. A abordagem de Michel Foucault sobre o corpo será o marco teórico utilizado por este artigo.
Estratégias competitivas no setor elétrico brasileiro: uma análise dos interesses e expectativas dos atores da Chesf
Pinto, Murilo Sergio Lucena;Oliveira, Rezilda Rodrigues;
Revista de Administra??o Contemporanea , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-65552004000500008
Abstract: the study focuses the political and strategical aspects related to the energy transmission activity of chesf, considering the possible impacts caused by the brazilian electric sector restructuring and privatization process. interviews with strategical stakeholders were carried out, investigating their interests and expectations about this company and the changes occurred in the current institutional context, searching to demarcate borders and attributions to be delineated for chesf. as result, it was suggested to adopt competitive mechanisms and more adjusted structures with the institutional environment of technological changes, new rules and close connections with agents in conditions of strategical partnerships, searching to reach new business opportunities and high returns for its investments.
Analysis of Global DNA Methylation in Irradiated Fig Selections  [PDF]
Maria Gabriela Fontanetti Rodrigues, Murilo Racy Soares, Ester Silveira Ramos, Silvana Giuliatti
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2015.614228
Abstract: Fruits from fig tree (Ficus carica L.) are economically important worldwide, and rank among the top 20 fruits exported by Brazil. However, due to particular features in its floral structure, classical plant breeding procedures that involve hybridization are not possible. Thus, genetic improvement of figs by using mutagens is an important line of research. In this study, five fig selections based on their interesting agronomic features were used. Genetic modifications associated with mutations were not detected by molecular markers. Therefore, it was suggested that certain phenotypes could have resulted from epigenetic modifications. The best characterized epigenetic modification is DNA methylation, which can switch genes on or off by acting as a signal. After epigenetic polymorphisms were identified by methylation sensitive amplified polymorphism (MSAP) molecular markers, we quantified the level of DNA methylation in fig selections irradiated with gamma rays and compared it to levels in the commercial cultivar “Roxo-de-Valinhos.” This was achieved by analyzing the global methylation using an Imprint Methylated DNA Quantification kit. The results showed that there were significant differences in global methylation following different treatments, indicating that irradiation was an abiotic factor that could alter the epigenome of plants. Since the material used as a control was also found to be methylated, demethylation of the polymorphic genomic material might account for the phenotypic variations observed among different treatment groups. These results suggest that irradiation is an external factor that is capable of altering epigenetic patterns.
Staphylococcus aureus meningitis in children: a review of 30 community-acquired cases
RODRIGUES, MARCELO MASRUHA;PATROCíNIO, SANDRA JAGER;RODRIGUES, MURILO GIMENES;
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X2000000500009
Abstract: in spite of the steady increase in the incidence of staphylococcus aureus infections, it remains a relatively uncommon cause of meningitis. to our knowledge, no series of community-acquired s. aureus meningitis (casam) restricted to children has been published. so far in this retrospective study we report our experience with casam in children, hospitalized from 1983 to 1998 at nossa senhora da glória children's hospital (hinsg). during the sixteen-year study period, 2,319 new cases of acute pyogenic meningitis were diagnosed at hinsg. community-acquired s. aureus was identified as the causative agent in 30 patients (1.3 percent). the predominantly spinal localization of the agent is stressed. in contrast with publications which analyze adults, it has a better prognosis.
Staphylococcus aureus meningitis in children: a review of 30 community-acquired cases
RODRIGUES MARCELO MASRUHA,PATROCíNIO SANDRA JAGER,RODRIGUES MURILO GIMENES
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2000,
Abstract: In spite of the steady increase in the incidence of Staphylococcus aureus infections, it remains a relatively uncommon cause of meningitis. To our knowledge, no series of community-acquired S. aureus meningitis (CASAM) restricted to children has been published. So far in this retrospective study we report our experience with CASAM in children, hospitalized from 1983 to 1998 at Nossa Senhora da Glória Children's Hospital (HINSG). During the sixteen-year study period, 2,319 new cases of acute pyogenic meningitis were diagnosed at HINSG. Community-acquired S. aureus was identified as the causative agent in 30 patients (1.3 percent). The predominantly spinal localization of the agent is stressed. In contrast with publications which analyze adults, it has a better prognosis.
Entropia espectral: um novo método para adequa??o anestésica
Nunes, Rogean Rodrigues;Almeida, Murilo Pereira de;Sleigh, James Wallace;
Revista Brasileira de Anestesiologia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-70942004000300013
Abstract: background and objectives: though universally employed, clinical signs to evaluate anesthetic adequacy are not reliable. over the past years several pieces of equipment have been devised to improve intraoperative handling of anesthetic drugs, some of them directly measuring cerebral cortical activity (hypnosis). none of them, however, has offered the possibility of directly evaluating sub-cortical activity (motor response). contents: spectral entropy measures irregularity, complexity or amount of eeg disorders and has been proposed as indicator of anesthetic depth. signal is collected from the fronto-temporal region and processed according to shannon's equation (h = - spk log pk, where pk represents the probability of a discrete k event), resulting in two types of analyses: 1) state entropy (se), which evaluates cerebral cortex electrical activity (0.8 - 32hz) and 2) response entropy (re), containing both subcortical electromyographic and cortical electroence- phalographic components and analyzes frequencies in the range 0.8 - 47hz. conclusions: frontal muscles activation may indicate inadequacy of the subcortical component (nociception). such activation appears as a gap between se and re. this, it is possible to directly evaluate both cortical (se) and subcortical (re) components providing better anesthetic adequacy.
Entropia espectral: um novo método para adequa o anestésica
Nunes Rogean Rodrigues,Almeida Murilo Pereira de,Sleigh James Wallace
Revista Brasileira de Anestesiologia , 2004,
Abstract: JUSTIFICATIVA E OBJETIVOS: O uso de sinais clínicos para avaliar a adequa o da anestesia, embora empregado universalmente, n o s o confiáveis. Vários equipamentos surgiram objetivando o melhor manuseio intra-operatório das drogas anestésicas, alguns deles mensurando diretamente a atividade cortical cerebral (hipnose). Entretanto, nenhum deles apresenta características diretas de avalia o da atividade sub-cortical (resposta motora). CONTEúDO: A entropia espectral mensura a irregularidade, complexidade ou a quantidade de desordem do eletroencefalograma e tem sido sugerida como um indicador do estado anestésico. O sinal é coletado na regi o fronto-temporal e tratado através da equa o de Shannon (H = - Sp k log p k, onde p k s o as probabilidades de um evento discreto k), resultando em dois tipos de análises: 1. Entropia de estado (SE), que consiste na avalia o da atividade elétrica cortical cerebral (0,8-32Hz) e 2. Entropia de resposta (RE), que analisa as freqüências de 0,8 - 47Hz (contêm componentes eletroencefalográficos-cortical e eletromiográficos-sub-cortical). CONCLUS ES: A ativa o da musculatura frontal pode indicar inadequa o do componente sub-cortical (nocicep o). Esta ativa o é observada como um "gap" entre SE e RE. Deste modo, é possível avaliar diretamente tanto o componente cortical (SE), como o sub-cortical (RE), possibilitando melhor adequa o dos componentes anestésicos.
Homology of the Fifth Epibranchial and Accessory Elements of the Ceratobranchials among Gnathostomes: Insights from the Development of Ostariophysans
Murilo Carvalho, Flávio Alicino Bockmann, Marcelo Rodrigues de Carvalho
PLOS ONE , 2013, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0062389
Abstract: Epibranchials are among the main dorsal elements of the gill basket in jawed vertebrates (Gnathostomata). Among extant fishes, chondrichthyans most resemble the putative ancestral condition as all branchial arches possess every serially homologous piece. In osteichthyans, a primitive rod-like epibranchial 5, articulated to ceratobranchial 5, is absent. Instead, epibranchial 5 of many actinopterygians is here identified as an accessory element attached to ceratobranchial 4. Differences in shape and attachment of epibranchial 5 in chondrichthyans and actinopterygians raised suspicions about their homology, prompting us to conduct a detailed study of the morphology and development of the branchial basket of three ostariophysans (Prochilodus argenteus, Characiformes; Lophiosilurus alexandri and Pseudoplatystoma corruscans, Siluriformes). Results were interpreted within a phylogenetic context of major gnathostome lineages. Developmental series strongly suggest that the so-called epibranchial 5 of actinopterygians does not belong to the epal series because it shares the same chondroblastic layer with ceratobranchial 4 and its ontogenetic emergence is considerably late. This neomorphic structure is called accessory element of ceratobranchial 4. Its distribution among gnathostomes indicates it is a teleost synapomorphy, occurring homoplastically in Polypteriformes, whereas the loss of the true epibranchial 5 is an osteichthyan synapomorphy. The origin of the accessory element of ceratobranchial 4 appears to have occurred twice in osteichthyans, but it may have a single origin; in this case, the accessory element of ceratobranchial 4 would represent a remnant of a series of elements distally attached to ceratobranchials 1–4, a condition totally or partially retained in basal actinopterygians. Situations wherein a structure is lost while a similar neomorphic element is present may lead to erroneous homology assessments; these can be avoided by detailed morphological and ontogenetic investigations interpreted in the light of well-supported phylogenetic hypotheses.
Prognostic factors predicting a fatal outcome in HIV-negative children with neurotuberculosis
Rodrigues, Murilo Gimenes;Lin, Jaime;Masruha, Marcelo Rodrigues;Vilanova, Luiz Celso Pereira;Minett, Thais Soares Cianciarullo;
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X2010000500015
Abstract: objective: to identify prognostic factors predicting a fatal outcome in hiv-negative children with neurotuberculosis based on clinical, epidemiological, and laboratory findings. method: the clinical records of all in-patients diagnosed with neurotuberculosis from 1982 to 2005 were evaluated retrospectively. the following prognostic parameters were examined: gender, age, close contact with a tuberculosis-infected individual, vaccination for bacillus calmette-guérin, purified protein derivative (ppd) of tuberculin results, concomitant miliary tuberculosis, seizures, csf results, and hydrocephalus. results: one hundred forty-one patients diagnosed with neurotuberculosis were included. seventeen percent of the cases resulted in death. the factors that were correlated with a negative outcome included lack of contact with a tuberculosis-infected individual, negative ppd reaction, coma, and longer hospitalisation time. a multiple logistic regression analysis was performed to identify which of these factors most often resulted in death. conclusion: coma at diagnosis, lack of tuberculosis contact, and a non-reactive ppd were the most important predictors of fatality in patients with neurotuberculosis
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