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Molecular Microbial Diagnostic in Lung Transplant Recipients  [PDF]
Sebastián Méndez-álvarez, Gerardo Pulido-Reyes, Javier Donate-Correa, Arturo Soriano Benítez de Lugo
Journal of Cancer Therapy (JCT) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jct.2012.35066
Abstract: The appearing of microbial lineages carrying multiple dangerous loci are results from the extensive use of antibiotics and has brought a huge increase in the infections-derived morbidity and mortality, which is critical in the hospital setting. Etiologic agents of these non easily tractable infections include bacteria, such as the genus Staphylococcus, but also fungi and virus. Alterations in the immune system allow these organisms to invade and affect the functionality of any tissue, organ or system of the human being. Pulmonary infection occurs as result of deficient lung systemic defence mechanisms which could be altered by medical treatments or by environmental factors. The infective agents commonly gain access to the lung by air, but also by blood or lymphatic system. Staphylococcus aureus strains that share antibiotic resistance and virulence factors represent the aetiological agent responsible of many cases of bacterial pneumonia, thoracic surgery postoperative infections, and diverse tissue infections, resulting in significant disease and morbidity in recipient patients after lung transplantation. The control and treatment of Staphylococcus infections, especially methicillin resistant strains, need for developing reliable and rapid methods of detection and characterization of these microorganisms. Nowadays, new insights into the diagnostic and epidemiology of MRSA and other pathogenic staphylococci have been developed employing molecular methods. This has meant an important advance in the diagnostic and treatment plans of such infective bacteria.
Los orígenes de Valdepe as (Ciudad Real): el vicus romano y despoblado medieval de Aberturas. Investigación histórica y arqueológica
Benítez de Lugo, L.,Angulo Bujanda, I.,Díaz Bravo, J.,Mata Trujillo, E.
Munibe Antropologia-Arkeologia , 2012,
Abstract: Con motivo de la ejecución de obras en la autovía A4 han sido descubiertos e investigados elementos arqueológicos muebles e inmuebles en el yacimiento de Aberturas (Valdepe as, Ciudad Real). Los materiales recuperados ponen de manifiesto la existencia de un extenso vicus de aproximadamente 24 hectáreas fundado en la segunda mitad del siglo III d.C. Este asentamiento ha tenido un largo recorrido histórico desde entonces hasta hoy. En ese lugar se han desarrollado las poblaciones de Aberturas (denominación medieval y moderna), Consolación (denominación moderna y contemporánea) y Villanueva de Franco (denominación contemporánea). Además de viviendas y materiales arqueológicos cerámicos romanos, medievales -tanto islámicos como cristianos- y modernos, la intervención arqueológica ha permitido documentar silos, varios de los cuales fueron hallados vacíos y cerrados. También se han encontrado un pozo antiguo que explotaba el Acuífero 23, piletas, un lagar y el locus de otro.
Solanum sección geminata (g.don) walp. (solanaceae) en el parque nacional guaramacal, estado trujillo, venezuela
BENíTEZ de ROJAS,Carmen;
Acta Botánica Venezuelica , 2008,
Abstract: solanum section geminata comprises 126 species mainly found in the neotropics in cloud forest understory and secondary vegetation. in venezuela, 34 species growing mainly in cloud forests are recorded. a study of six species of this section present in the national park of guaramacal (general cruz carrillo) is made with the goal to contribute to the knowledge of the flora of venezuelan national parks. a key to the species is presented as well as taxonomic description, geographical distributions, and notes on habitats and altitudinal ranges. solanum dissimile c.v.morton is one new record for trujillo state and solanum tenuiflagellatum bitter ex s.knapp is a new record for the cordillera of mérida.
La educación secundaria en la Espa?a democrática: antecedentes, problemas y perspectivas
Benítez, Manuel De Puelles;
Cadernos de Pesquisa , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-15742011000300004
Abstract: when examining the problems of secondary education in spain, it is necessary to analyze the historical context in which they occurred, the fundamental reforms of the last forty years, the successes and failures that were experienced, the current situation and future prospects. only then will we find ourselves in a position to establish the appropriate policies for the future.
Solanum sección geminata (g.don) walp. (solanaceae) en el parque nacional guaramacal, estado trujillo, venezuela Solanum section Geminata (G.Don) Walp. (Solanaceae) of the Guaramacal National Park, Trujillo State
Carmen BENíTEZ de ROJAS
Acta Botánica Venezuelica , 2008,
Abstract: Solanum sección Geminata está representada por 126 especies principalmente neotropicales cuyos ambientes ecológicos son sotobosques de selvas nubladas y vegetación secundaria. En Venezuela se registran 34 especies que crecen principalmente en selvas nubladas. En esta investigación se estudian las seis especies de dicha sección presentes en el Parque Nacional Guaramacal (General Cruz Carrillo) con el objetivo de contribuir al conocimiento de la flora de los parques nacionales. Se presenta una clave para la identificación de las especies, descripciones taxonómicas y rese a de la distribución geográfica, hábitat y amplitud altitudinal de las mismas. Solanum dissimile C.V.Morton es un nuevo registro para el estado Trujillo y Solanum tenuiflagellatum Bitter ex S.Knapp es un nuevo registro para la cordillera de Mérida. Solanum section Geminata comprises 126 species mainly found in the neotropics in cloud forest understory and secondary vegetation. In Venezuela, 34 species growing mainly in cloud forests are recorded. A study of six species of this section present in the National Park of Guaramacal (General Cruz Carrillo) is made with the goal to contribute to the knowledge of the flora of Venezuelan national parks. A key to the species is presented as well as taxonomic description, geographical distributions, and notes on habitats and altitudinal ranges. Solanum dissimile C.V.Morton is one new record for Trujillo State and Solanum tenuiflagellatum Bitter ex S.Knapp is a new record for the cordillera of Mérida.
Reflections on education policy in Spain: a problematic discipline
Manuel de Puelles Benítez
Journal of New Approaches in Educational Research , 2013, DOI: 10.7821/naer.2.2.48-53
Abstract: Education policy in Spain, a curricular discipline in the Education Faculties since 1974, has been a foreign body –because of its inevitable connection with political sciences– both in the former Degree in Education and in the current one, a result of the curriculum adaptation to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). The Degree in Education aims to train teachers, not education-oriented political scientists, but, unlike other similar disciplines –education sociology or education economy– which have managed to find their place in the curriculum as supplementary knowledge, education policy runs the risk of being distorted if we do not root it in the political sciences it stems from. The reflections presented in this paper therefore focus on the three major problems the discipline does not get to resolve: its conceptual indeterminacy, the right nature of this body of knowledge and the lack of canonical boundaries of its knowledge fields.
Adiciones a la flora Solanácea de los Andes Suramericanos
BENíTEZ de ROJAS,Carmen E;
Acta Botánica Venezuelica , 2005,
Abstract: sessea colombiana francey is first recorded for the south american andes. the species was found in the cordillera of merida, guaramacal national park, trujillo state, venezuela and in the province of loja, ecuador. on the basis of scanning of literature, field observations and examination of herbarium specimens, a morphological description, illustration and geographical distribution of the investigated species are given. also a key of the species of sessea occurring in venezuela is presented.
Novedades en solanaceae para Venezuela
BENíTEZ DE ROJAS,Carmen; MEDINA,Betzy;
Acta Botánica Venezuelica , 2001,
Abstract: a description of solanum accrescens standl. et morton and solanum erythrotrichum fernald, of section erythrotrichum, and solanum auctosepalum rusby of section torva, all belonging to subgenus leptostemonum, is presented. they represent three new records for the venezuelan solanaceae. in order to decribe and illustrate the species, a morphological study was made, using the specimens deposited in the herbaria f, k, mo, my, us,ven and wis. information about their geographic distribution and habitat is also given. a key that includes the recorded species and related ones that have an accrescent calyx is also provided.
Dos nuevos registros de Solanum-Sección Geminata para Venezuela
BENíTEZ de ROJAS,Carmen; BEDOYA,Angela;
Acta Botánica Venezuelica , 2004,
Abstract: two new records for the venezuelan solanaceae are presented: solanum palmillae standl. and solanum laevigatum dunal. the first one belongs to the group species solanum sessile group, previously known from veracruz, mexico. s. laevigatum is known from the central and western cordillera of colombia, and from the peruvian amazonia. the specimen supporting s. palmillae was found in bolívar state, municipio raúl leoni, growing in macrotermic, tropophyllous and riparian forests, and the specimens for s. laevigatum were collected in mérida and táchira states, growing in cloud and riparian forests. descriptions, geographic distribution, habitat and illustrations of the two species are given. also a key is presented for the species studied and for those morphologically related, also occurring in venezuela.
Dos nuevos registros de Solanum-Sección Geminata para Venezuela Two new records of Solanum-Section Geminata for Venezuela
Carmen BENíTEZ de ROJAS,Angela BEDOYA
Acta Botánica Venezuelica , 2004,
Abstract: Se presentan dos nuevos registros para las Solanaceae de Venezuela: Solanum palmillae Standl. y Solanum laevigatum Dunal. S. palmillae pertenece al Grupo de especies Solanum sessile, hasta ahora sólo descrita para el estado de Veracruz en México; S. laevigatum, del Grupo de especies Solanum arboreum, fue descrita para la Cordillera Occidental y Central de Colombia y para el Amazonas de Perú. El espécimen garante de la primera especie, fue localizado en el Estado Bolívar, Municipio Raúl Leoni, creciendo en bosques tropófilos macrotérmicos y a lo largo selvas de galería, y los especimenes que respaldan la segunda especie se encontraron en los estados Mérida y Táchira, creciendo en bosques nublados en las adyacencias a cursos de agua. Se presentan descripciones, distribución geográfica, hábitat e ilustraciones de los dos nuevos registros. También se ofrece una clave para las especies registradas y para aquellas morfológicamente afines también presentes en Venezuela. Two new records for the Venezuelan Solanaceae are presented: Solanum palmillae Standl. and Solanum laevigatum Dunal. The first one belongs to the group species Solanum sessile group, previously known from Veracruz, Mexico. S. laevigatum is known from the Central and Western Cordillera of Colombia, and from the Peruvian Amazonia. The specimen supporting S. palmillae was found in Bolívar State, Municipio Raúl Leoni, growing in macrotermic, tropophyllous and riparian forests, and the specimens for S. laevigatum were collected in Mérida and Táchira states, growing in cloud and riparian forests. Descriptions, geographic distribution, habitat and illustrations of the two species are given. Also a key is presented for the species studied and for those morphologically related, also occurring in Venezuela.
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