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Sm-Nd and Rb-Sr constraints on the age and origin of magnetite mineralization in the Jerez De Los Caballeros Iron District of Extremadura, SW Spain
D. P. F. Darbyshire,F. Tornos,C. Galindo,C. Casquet
Chinese Science Bulletin , 1998, DOI: 10.1007/BF02891402
Joaquín Tornos Mas
Revista d'Estudis Autonòmics i Federals , 2008,
Abstract: The aim of this study is to examine articles 7 to 10 of ruling 247/2007 of theConstitutional Court, in which the role of the Statutes of Autonomy in thedivision of jurisdictions between the Central Government and the AutonomousCommunities is analysed, and the impact that the ruling in this case may haveon the future ruling on the Catalan Statute. To link ruling 247/2007 withthe future ruling on the Catalan Statute, on one side the appellant parties –the Partido Popular and the ombudsman, and the Parliement of Catalonia,on the other, the Constitutional Court makes its arguments regarding theextent to which the Statutes of Autonomy limit its jurisdiction. Public knowledgeof the appellants’ arguments and the Constitutional Court’s decisionregarding this case, which are included in a ruling from previous appealsthat pronounces on many of the issues covered in the mentioned appeals,allows the study to close with a series of considerations about the future rulingof the Constitutional Court on the part of the Catalan Statute relatingto the new model for distribution of jurisdictions.
Joaquín Tornos Mas
Revista d'Estudis Autonòmics i Federals , 2011,
Abstract: This article analyses the content of the Ruling of the Constitutional Court21/2010 regarding the statutory institutions of the Council of StatutoryGuarantees and the Ombudsman’s Offi ce, and in particular the sectiondeclared unconstitutional: section 4 of article 76 and the fi rst section ofarticle 78. With regard to the unconstitutionality of section 4 of article 76the positions of the appellant and the defenders of the statutory contentare presented and there is a criticism of the arguments for the Ruling andfi nally the declaration of unconstitutionality in that section. It does notshare the criteria of the Court in which the ruling of the Council in the caseof autonomous laws that violate statutory rights may affect the law of participationof MPs in making the laws or the exclusive powers of the ConstitutionalCourt in controlling them. With respect to the rule relating to theOmbudsman’s Offi ce the positions of the opposing sides are also examinedand the criteria of the Ruling is shared on understanding that article 54 ofthe EC does not allows the Ombudsman to intervene in the guarantee ofbasic rights by violating those rights in Catalonia.
El dolor y lo sagrado
Tornos Cubillo, Andrés
Arbor : Ciencia, Pensamiento y Cultura , 2002,
Abstract: Not available En este trabajo no se trata del dolor mismo, sino de cómo se ha planteado el problema del dolor en relación con la experiencia de lo sagrado, entre personas y grupos que sufrían. Se recuerdan primero algunos hechos que tienen que ver con esta relación y luego se desarrolla lo que estos hechos sugieren: el dolor es un destino que nos sitúa en la perspectiva de nuestra mortalidad y finitud, y solamente en la elaboración libre de este límite se da la verdadera aceptación del mundo de Dios. En relación con lo sagrado el dolor marca sagradamente y crea un destino. Esto es lo importante.
Sobre teología de la historia
Tornos, Andrés
Isegoría , 1991,
Les institucions. El Consell de Garanties Estatutàries: drets sense garanties? - Instituciones. El Consejo de Garantías Estatutarias: derechos sin garantías?
Joaquín Tornos,Joan Vintró
Revista Catalana de Dret Públic , 2010,
Abstract: El Consell de Garanties Estatutàries (181-184) Joaquín Tornos Mas Els dictàmens vinculants del Consell de Garanties Estatutàries (185-190) Joan Vintró Castells El Consejo de Garantías Estatutarias (181-184) Joaquín Tornos Mas Los dictámenes vinculantes del Consejo de Garantías Estatutarias (185-190) Joan Vintró Castells
L'Estatut com a norma i la seva funció constitucional - El Estatuto como norma y su función constitucional
Enoch Albertí,Josep M.Castellà,Enric Fossas,Joaquín Tornos
Revista Catalana de Dret Públic , 2010,
Abstract: Concepte i funció de l’Estatut d’autonomia en la Sentència 31/2010, de 28 de juny, sobre l’Estatut d’autonomia de Catalunya (81-85) Enoch Albertí Rovira La funció constitucional de l’Estatut en la Sentència 31/2010, sobre l’Estatut d’autonomia de Catalunya (86-90) Josep M. Castellà Andreu L’Estatut com a norma i la seva funció constitucional. Comentari a la Sentència 31/2010 (91-95) Enric Fossas Espadaler L’Estatut com a norma jurídica (96-100) Joaquín Tornos Mas Concepto y función del Estatuto de Autonomía en la Sentencia 31/2010, de 28 de junio, sobre el Estatuto de Autonomía de Catalu a (81-85) Enoch Albertí Rovira La función constitucional del Estatuto en la Sentencia 31/2010 sobre el Estatuto de Autonomía de Catalu a (86-90) Josep M. Castellà Andreu El Estatuto como norma y su función constitucional. Comentario a la Sentencia 31/2010 (91-95) Enric Fossas Espadaler El Estatuto como norma jurídica (96-100) Joaquín Tornos Mas
Enrichment of Conserved Synaptic Activity-Responsive Element in Neuronal Genes Predicts a Coordinated Response of MEF2, CREB and SRF
Fernanda M. Rodríguez-Tornos, I?igo San Aniceto, Beatriz Cubelos, Marta Nieto
PLOS ONE , 2013, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0053848
Abstract: A unique synaptic activity-responsive element (SARE) sequence, composed of the consensus binding sites for SRF, MEF2 and CREB, is necessary for control of transcriptional upregulation of the Arc gene in response to synaptic activity. We hypothesize that this sequence is a broad mechanism that regulates gene expression in response to synaptic activation and during plasticity; and that analysis of SARE-containing genes could identify molecular mechanisms involved in brain disorders. To search for conserved SARE sequences in the mammalian genome, we used the SynoR in silico tool, and found the SARE cluster predominantly in the regulatory regions of genes expressed specifically in the nervous system; most were related to neural development and homeostatic maintenance. Two of these SARE sequences were tested in luciferase assays and proved to promote transcription in response to neuronal activation. Supporting the predictive capacity of our candidate list, up-regulation of several SARE containing genes in response to neuronal activity was validated using external data and also experimentally using primary cortical neurons and quantitative real time RT-PCR. The list of SARE-containing genes includes several linked to mental retardation and cognitive disorders, and is significantly enriched in genes that encode mRNA targeted by FMRP (fragile X mental retardation protein). Our study thus supports the idea that SARE sequences are relevant transcriptional regulatory elements that participate in plasticity. In addition, it offers a comprehensive view of how activity-responsive transcription factors coordinate their actions and increase the selectivity of their targets. Our data suggest that analysis of SARE-containing genes will reveal yet-undescribed pathways of synaptic plasticity and additional candidate genes disrupted in mental disease.
Pαx6 Expression in Postmitotic Neurons Mediates the Growth of Axons in Response to SFRP1
Alvaro Sebastián-Serrano, Africa Sandonis, Marcos Cardozo, Fernanda M. Rodríguez-Tornos, Paola Bovolenta, Marta Nieto
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0031590
Abstract: During development, the mechanisms that specify neuronal subclasses are coupled to those that determine their axonal response to guidance cues. Pax6 is a homedomain transcription factor required for the specification of a variety of neural precursors. After cell cycle exit, Pax6 expression is often shut down in the precursor progeny and most postmitotic neurons no longer express detectable levels of the protein. There are however exceptions and high Pax6 protein levels are found, for example, in postmitotic retinal ganglion cells (RGCs), dopaminergic neurons of the olfactory bulb and the limbic system in the telencephalon. The function of Pax6 in these differentiating neurons remains mostly elusive. Here, we demonstrate that Pax6 mediates the response of growing axons to SFRP1, a secreted molecule expressed in several Pax6-positive forebrain territories. Forced expression of Pax6 in cultured postmitotic cortical neurons, which do not normally express Pax6, was sufficient to increment axonal length. Growth was blocked by the addition of anti-SFRP1 antibodies, whereas exogenously added SFRP1 increased axonal growth of Pax6-transfected neurons but not that of control or untransfected cortical neurons. In the reverse scenario, shRNA-mediated knock-down of Pax6 in mouse retinal explants specifically abolished RGCs axonal growth induced by SFRP1, but had no effect on RGCs differentiation and it did not modify the effect of Shh or Netrin on axon growth. Taken together these results demonstrate that expression of Pax6 is necessary and sufficient to render postmitotic neurons competent to respond to SFRP1. These results reveal a novel and unexpected function of Pax6 in postmitotic neurons and situate Pax6 and SFRP1 as pair regulators of axonal connectivity.
Rotura de pared libre de ventriculo izquierdo tras infarto agudo del miocardio. A propósito de un caso. Left ventricular free wall rupture after acute myocardial infarction. Report of a case.
álvaro Lahoz Tornos,Victor Glen Ray López,Ramón Arcas Meca,Luis Falcón Ara?a
Revista Cubana de Cardiología y Cirugía Cardiovascular , 2011,
Abstract: Rupture of the left ventricular free wall is a rare complication of acute myocardial infarctionusually occurs between 1st and 5th days after acute myocardial infarction. We reported a newcase of cardiac rupture successfully treated by surgery without cardiopulmonary bypass. Webelieve that the departments of general and thoracic surgery in hospitals without cardiacsurgery, could take this type of intervention to prevent the disastrous consequences of a longinter-center transfer.
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