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Effects of homeopathic solutions of Rosmarinus officinalis L. and Artemisia absinthium L. on the germination and growing of corda-de-Viola. Efectos de soluciones homeop ticas de Rosmarinus officinalis L. y Artemisia absinthum en la germinaci 3n y crecimiento de corda-da-viola Efeitos de solu § μes homeop ticas de Rosmarinus officinalis L. e Artemisia absinthium na germina § £o e crescimento de corda-da-viola
G. G. Marques-Silva,C. M. Bonato
International Journal of High Dilution Research , 2006,
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Rust (Phakopsora euvitis Ono) control in grape culture with application of homeopathic solutions Control de la oxidaci 3n (Phakopsora euvitis Ono) en cultura de uva con aplicaci 3n de solucions homeop ticas Controle da oxida § £o (Phakopsora euvitis Ono) em cultura de uva com aplica § £o de solu § μes homeop ticas
C. M. Bonato,A. Ferreira Souza,M. A. Collet
International Journal of High Dilution Research , 2006,
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Multiparameter entangled state engineering using adaptive optics
C. Bonato,D. Simon,P. Villoresi,A. V. Sergienko
Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.79.062304
Abstract: We investigate how quantum coincidence interferometry is affected by a controllable manipulation of transverse wave-vectors in type-II parametric down conversion using adaptive optics techniques. In particular, we discuss the possibility of spatial walk-off compensation in quantum interferometry and a new effect of even-order spatial aberration cancellation.
JNER: a forum to discuss how neuroscience and biomedical engineering are reshaping physical medicine & rehabilitation
Paolo Bonato
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation , 2004, DOI: 10.1186/1743-0003-1-1
Abstract: During the past decade, we have witnessed profound changes in physical medicine & rehabilitation originated by advances in neuroscience and biomedical engineering. For example, imaging and neurological assessment methods have dramatically improved the management of patients with motor impairments; robotics and artificial muscle research have generated revolutionary concepts in orthotics and prosthetics; and advances in cortical recordings and the understanding of central nervous system mechanisms have changed the way clinicians look at movement disorders. These techniques and others have brought about, and will continue to give rise in the future to, dramatic advances in physical medicine & rehabilitation.As advances in neuroscience and biomedical engineering continue to generate new techniques, with tremendous impact in the field of physical medicine & rehabilitation, it becomes apparent that there is an urgent need for establishing an outlet for the intersection of these three research fields. Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation (JNER) aims to provide such an outlet, hosting the introduction of new methods and the discussion of their clinical implications, and offering an opportunity to publish, in a timely manner, articles relevant to the cross-fertilization of neuroscience, biomedical engineering, and physical medicine & rehabilitation.JNER's editorial board [1] demonstrates the commitment of the journal to interdisciplinary research and international representation. Members of the editorial board are leading scientists working in different parts of the world in the research areas of neuroscience, biomedical engineering, and physical medicine & rehabilitation. They share an interest in scientific work that has potential impact on clinical practice in physical medicine & rehabilitation and an enthusiasm for Open Access. The editorial board is pleased to become a part of the growing group of institutions and individuals who work to promote Open Access –
Advances in wearable technology and applications in physical medicine and rehabilitation
Paolo Bonato
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation , 2005, DOI: 10.1186/1743-0003-2-2
Abstract: Understanding the impact of clinical interventions on the real life of individuals is an essential component of physical medicine and rehabilitation. While assessments performed in the clinical setting have value, it is difficult to perform thorough, costly evaluations of impairment and functional limitation within the time constraints and limited resources available in outpatient units of rehabilitation hospitals. Furthermore, it is often questioned whether assessments performed in the clinical setting are truly representative of how a given clinical intervention affects the real life of patients. While this observation has fostered a great deal of interest for the development and validation of outcome measures that largely rely on the use of questionnaires [1], researchers and clinicians have looked at recent advances in wearable technology intrigued by the possibility offered by this technology of gathering sensor data in the field [2,3]. Likely to be complementary to outcome measures, the use of wearable systems in the clinical management of individuals undergoing rehabilitation is very attractive because it provides the opportunity of recording quantitative data in the settings that matter the most, i.e. the home and the community.A number of clinical applications of wearable systems in physical medicine and rehabilitation emerged in the past few years. They range from simple monitoring of daily activities, for the purpose of assessing mobility and level of independence in individuals, to integrating miniature sensors to enhance the function of devices utilized by patients to perform motor tasks that they would be otherwise unable to accomplish.Monitoring functional motor activities was one of the first goals of research teams interested in clinical applications of wearable technology. The focus was initially on using accelerometers [4-8] or a combination of accelerometers and electromyographic sensors [9] to capture movement and muscle activity patterns associ
Por um efetivo "devido processo penal"
Gilson Bonato
Scientia Iuris , 2002,
Abstract: The quarrel brought in this article searchs systemize essential elements around the principle of due process of law and its incidence in the criminal field. It brings initially a vivified reflection on the practical one in criminal foruns and its distance from the principle in discussion. It searches, to make a reflection on the guarantees that follow the due process and its extension in criminal area. The conclusion signs to the necessity of a process revision, where the principle of the due process of criminal law gains effectiveness and the search for Justice is effective, not only formal or apparent. A discuss o trazida neste artigo busca sistematizar elementos essenciais em torno do princípio do devido processo legal e sua incidência no campo penal. Traz inicialmente uma reflex o sobre a prática vivificada nos fóruns criminais e seu distanciamento do princípio em apre o. Busca, a seguir, tra ar uma reflex o sobre as garantias que decorrem do devido processo e sua extens o na área criminal. A conclus o sinaliza para a necessidade de uma revis o do processo, onde o princípio do devido processo penal ganhe efetividade e a busca pela Justi a seja efetiva e n o apenas formal ou aparente.
The search for N-e.c. graphs
Anthony Bonato
Contributions to Discrete Mathematics , 2009,
Abstract: Almost all finite graphs have the $n$-e.c. adjacency property, although until recently few explicit examples of such graphs were known. We survey some recently discovered families of explicit finite $n$-e.c. graphs, and present a new construction of strongly regular $n$-e.c. arising from affine planes.
A Study on Learnability for Rigid Lambek Grammars
Roberto Bonato
Computer Science , 2006,
Abstract: We present basic notions of Gold's "learnability in the limit" paradigm, first presented in 1967, a formalization of the cognitive process by which a native speaker gets to grasp the underlying grammar of his/her own native language by being exposed to well formed sentences generated by that grammar. Then we present Lambek grammars, a formalism issued from categorial grammars which, although not as expressive as needed for a full formalization of natural languages, is particularly suited to easily implement a natural interface between syntax and semantics. In the last part of this work, we present a learnability result for Rigid Lambek grammars from structured examples.
Th1 polarized response induced by intramuscular DNA-HSP65 immunization is preserved in experimental atherosclerosis
Fonseca, D.M.;Bonato, V.L.D.;Silva, C.L.;Sartori, A.;
Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-879X2006005000175
Abstract: we previously reported that a dna vaccine constructed with the heat shock protein (hsp65) gene from mycobacterium leprae (dna-hsp65) was protective and also therapeutic in experimental tuberculosis. by the intramuscular route, this vaccine elicited a predominant th1 response that was consistent with its protective efficacy against tuberculosis. it has been suggested that the immune response to hsp60/65 may be the link between exposure to microorganisms and increased cardiovascular risk. additionally, the high cholesterol levels found in atherosclerosis could modulate host immunity. in this context, we evaluated if an atherogenic diet could modulate the immune response induced by the dna-hsp65 vaccine. c57bl/6 mice (4-6 animals per group) were initially submitted to a protocol of atherosclerosis induction and then immunized by the intramuscular or intradermal route with 4 doses of 100 μg dna-hsp65. on day 150 (15 days after the last immunization), the animals were sacrificed and antibodies and cytokines were determined. vaccination by the intramuscular route induced high levels of anti-hsp65 igg2a antibodies, but not anti-hsp65 igg1 antibodies and a significant production of il-6, ifn-g and il-10, but not il-5, indicating a th1 profile. immunization by the intradermal route triggered a mixed pattern (th1/th2) characterized by synthesis of anti-hsp65 igg2a and igg1 antibodies and production of high levels of il-5, il-6, il-10, and ifn-g. these results indicate that experimentally induced atherosclerosis did not affect the ability of dna-hsp65 to induce a predominant th1 response that is potentially protective against tuberculosis.
DNA encoding individual mycobacterial antigens protects mice against tuberculosis
Silva, C.L.;Bonato, V.L.D.;Lima, V.M.F.;
Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-879X1999000200012
Abstract: over the last few years, some of our experiments in which mycobacterial antigens were presented to the immune system as if they were viral antigens have had a significant impact on our understanding of protective immunity against tuberculosis. they have also markedly enhanced the prospects for new vaccines. we now know that individual mycobacterial protein antigens can confer protection equal to that from live bcg vaccine in mice. a critical determinant of the outcome of immunization appears to be the degree to which antigen-specific cytotoxic t cells are generated by the immune response. our most recent studies indicate that dna vaccination is an effective way to establish long-lasting cytotoxic t cell memory and protection against tuberculosis.
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