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Consultoria em patologia de partes moles: vis?o crítica de um consultor
Ellinger, Fred;Franco, Marcello;
Jornal Brasileiro de Patologia e Medicina Laboratorial , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1676-24442004000100012
Abstract: objective: the authors reviewed 500 cases of mesenchymal lesions from the private consultation files of one of them (f. e.) to evaluate the adequacy of sending of consultations by referring pathologists. methodology: the information contained in the documents requesting the consultation as well as the material sent were evaluated. results: it was observed that in high percentage of cases, there is absence of important information in the request such as: name of the patient, gross appearance of the lesion; depth of the lesion; clinical, surgical and pertinent laboratorial information; diagnosis of the referring pathologist and questions and doubts made by the referring pathologist. conclusion: it was concluded that the referring pathologists could improve significantly the submission of the cases. to achieve this goal the authors propose a series of items in the form of a checklist to be verified by the referring pathologist when a case will be sent in consultation.
Consultoria em patologia de partes moles: vis o crítica de um consultor
Ellinger Fred,Franco Marcello
Jornal Brasileiro de Patologia e Medicina Laboratorial , 2004,
Abstract: OBJETIVOS: Os autores revisaram 500 casos de les es mesenquimais do arquivo de consultas da Faculdade de Medicina de Marília enviados a um deles (F. E., patologista consultor) para avaliar a adequabilidade do envio de consultas. PROCEDIMENTOS: Foram avaliadas as informa es contidas nos documentos que solicitavam as consultas, bem como o tipo de material enviado. RESULTADOS: Observou-se que há alto percentual de ausência de informa es importantes, tais como nome do paciente, aspecto macroscópico da les o, localiza o da les o quanto à profundidade, informa es clínicas, cirúrgicas e de exames complementares pertinentes, hipótese diagnóstica do patologista consultante e formula o de quest es, dúvidas pelo mesmo. CONCLUS ES: Concluiu-se que os patologistas consultantes podem melhorar muito a adequa o do envio de suas consultas, e para tanto os autores prop em uma série de itens a serem transmitidos ao consultor, por ocasi o do envio da consulta, para que esta possa ser realizada da melhor maneira possível, com real benefício para os pacientes.
Receptor-Mediated and Fluid-Phase Transcytosis of Horseradish Peroxidase across Rat Hepatocytes
Isabella Ellinger,Renate Fuchs
Journal of Biomedicine and Biotechnology , 2010, DOI: 10.1155/2010/850320
Abstract: Horseradish peroxidase (HRP) is often used as a fluid-phase marker to characterize endocytic and transcytotic processes. Likewise, it has been applied to investigate the mechanisms of biliary secretion of fluid in rat liver hepatocytes. However, HRP contains mannose residues and thus binds to mannose receptors (MRs) on liver cells, including hepatocytes. To study the role of MR-mediated endocytosis of HRP transport in hepatocytes, we determined the influence of the oligosaccharid mannan on HRP biliary secretion in the isolated perfused rat liver. A 1-minute pulse of HRP was applied followed by marker-free perfusion. HRP appeared in bile with biphasic kinetics: a first peak at 7 minutes and a second peak at 15 minutes after labeling. Perfusion with 0.8 mg/mL HRP in the presence of a twofold excess of mannan reduced the first peak by 41% without effect on the second one. Together with recently published data on MR expression in rat hepatocytes this demonstrates two different mechanisms for HRP transcytosis: a rapid, receptor-mediated transport and a slower fluid-phase transport.
Economic Injustice as an Understanding of the Existence of Two Americas—Wealth and Poverty  [PDF]
Fred Bedell
Open Journal of Political Science (OJPS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojps.2014.43011
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This essay speaks to government policies, the practices of the corporate sector, the inherited wealth of the few, and the consumptive behavior of the masses as the underlying causes of economic injustice. This is perceived as leading the country to an oligarchy.
Algumas considera es sobre a Glicemia Pós-desjejum
Ellinger Vivian C.M.
Arquivos Brasileiros de Endocrinologia & Metabologia , 2006,
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The use of nanoscale fluorescence microscopic to decipher cell wall modifications during fungal penetration
Dorothea Ellinger,Christian A. Voigt
Frontiers in Plant Science , 2014, DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00270
Abstract: Plant diseases are one of the most studied subjects in the field of plant science due to their impact on crop yield and food security. Our increased understanding of plant–pathogen interactions was mainly driven by the development of new techniques that facilitated analyses on a subcellular and molecular level. The development of labeling technologies, which allowed the visualization and localization of cellular structures and proteins in live cell imaging, promoted the use of fluorescence and laser-scanning microscopy in the field of plant–pathogen interactions. Recent advances in new microscopic technologies opened their application in plant science and in the investigation of plant diseases. In this regard, in planta F?rster/Fluorescence resonance energy transfer has demonstrated to facilitate the measurement of protein–protein interactions within the living tissue, supporting the analysis of regulatory pathways involved in plant immunity and putative host–pathogen interactions on a nanoscale level. Localization microscopy, an emerging, non-invasive microscopic technology, will allow investigations with a nanoscale resolution leading to new possibilities in the understanding of molecular processes.
Improving attention in school settings by using Neurofeedback
Stephan Ellinger,Pierre Walther,Jürgen Dietrich
Empirische Sonderp?dagogik , 2010,
Abstract: In Germany there are several training programs focusing the pre- and intervention of ADHD symptoms which a) show good effects in clinical samples and b) should be able to fit school settings. In a study of Dreis rner (2006) he sdemonstrated that some programs ran outside clinical samples, did not show adequate effects. So he declared that in some cases it is not possible to use these programs in the way they are intended to by the authors. Based on that, we started thinking about a training program for schools which does not need any additional human resources to prevent the program from failing by user interference. We came to the clue that adapting Neurofeedback should meet these requirements and will show strong effects. The pretest of the project Brainfeeders tries to find out how well Neurofeedback fits in school settings and how it is being accepted by the students, teachers and parents. The pretest is going to start in 2010.
A Memristive Model Compatible with Triplet Rule for Spike-Timing-Dependent-Plasticity
Weiran Cai,Ronald Tetzlaff,Frank Ellinger
Physics , 2011,
Abstract: In this paper, we propose an extended version of the memristive STDP model, which is one of the most important and exciting recent discoveries in neuromorphic engineering. The proposed model aims to claim compatibility with another importent STDP rule beyond the pair-based rule, known as the triplet STDP rule. This is an extension of the asynchronous memristive model of Linares-Barranco, et al., capable of explaining the pair-based rule based on the analogy of the synapse to the memristor. The proposed new model is compatible with both the pair-baed and triplet-based rule, by assuming a mechanism of variable thresholds adapting to synaptic potentiation and depression. The dynamical process is governed by ordinary differential equations. The model is an expression of Froemke's principle of suppression for triplet rules and reveals a similar time dependence with that in the suppression STDP model.
Curvature mass inside hadrons: Linking gravity to QCD  [PDF]
Fred Y. Ye
Natural Science (NS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ns.2013.52028
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Following the basic ideas of general relativity and quantum field theory, combing two kinds of standard models, the curvature mass inside hadrons is discussed and developed, in which the standard model of particle physics and the standard model of cosmos are naturally unified under the mathematical framework of geometric field theory, where the phenomena of dark matter and dark energy could get naturally theoretical interpretation.

Branch Dynamics: A Theoretical Interpretation of Natural Phenomena  [PDF]
Fred Y. Ye
International Journal of Modern Nonlinear Theory and Application (IJMNTA) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ijmnta.2013.21A009
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The mechanism of natural branching is explored, which is characterized by branch dynamics, where interior dynamics and exterior dynamics reveal the unified mechanism of physical and biological phenomena. While interior dynamics is characterized by gene-interaction, gene-interchange and gene-interpretation via the quaternion mathematical processes of Cayley-Dickson branching, Grassman branching and Euclidian branching, exterior dynamics is characterized by multi-vector physical unification. Everything in the world is linked by branches, and the dynamic mechanism of the branching phenomena is approached by branch dynamics.
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