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AUMENTO DEL CONTENIDO PROTEICO DE UNA BEBIDA A BASE DE AMARANTO (Amaranthus hypochondriacus) INCREASING THE PROTEIN CONTENT OF AN AMARANTH (Amaranthus hypochondriacus) DRINK
Elizabeth Contreras L,Judith Jaimez O,Juan Carlos Soto R,Aracelí Casta?eda O
Revista Chilena de Nutricíon , 2011,
Abstract: El objetivo de este trabajo fue aumentar el contenido proteico de una bebida a base de amaranto (Amaranto-le) mediante la adición de diferentes fuentes proteicas (garbanzo, alverja, lactosuero, leche en polvo, leche de soya). Se prepararon mezclas de Amarantole-fuente proteica en cuatro proporciones distintas (80:20, 75:25, 70:30 y 60:40). Las mejores mezclas fueron seleccionadas en base a su aumento en el contenido proteico y sus características organolépticas detectadas mediante pruebas de grado de satisfacción, de preferencia y de ordenamiento. La composición química y mineral de las mezclas seleccionadas fue determinada mediante técnicas del AOAC. La calidad proteica se determinó a través de la prueba de Relación de Eficiencia Proteica (REP) y la digestibilidad in vivo. Amarantole-lactosuero alcanzó el porcentaje de proteína más elevado (22.66%). Los minerales más abundantes en todas las mezclas fueron: Ca, K, Mg y Na. En general, todas las mezclas, presentaron valores de REP (2.61 a 3.26) superiores a la dieta de referencia (caseína REP=2.5). Las mezclas adicionadas de lactosuero y leche en polvo-lactosuero (88.19 y 86.0%) presentaron una digestibilidad similar a la dieta de caseína (91.28%). En conclusión, la muestra Amarantole-lactosuero fue la mezcla que presentó las mejores características en cuanto a contenido de proteína, digestibilidad y valor de REP. The aim of this work was to increase the protein content ofan amaranth drink (Amarantole) with different proteins sources (chickpea, pea, lacto serum, powdered milk and soybean milk). Different mixtures of Amarantole-protein mix were prepared in four proportions (80:20,75:25,70:30 and 60:40). The best mixtures were selected according to the increase in the protein content and its sensory characteristics assayed by using degree of liking, preference and ranking test. Chemical and mineral composition was determined according to the AOAC techniques. Protein quality was determined by the Protein Efficiency Ratio test (PER) and in vivo digestibility. Amarantole-lacto serum show the highest % cent in protein content (22.66%). The minerals more abundant in all the mixtures were Ca, K, Mg and Na. In general, all the mixtures presented highest values of PER (2.61 a 3.26) than the reference (casein PER=2.5) diet. Mixtures added of lactoserum and milk-lactoserum (88.19 y 86.0%) presented a similar digestibility to the casein diet (91.28%). In conclusion, Amarantole-lactoserum mixture showed the best characteristics concerning protein content, digestibility and PER value.
Cambios en las relaciones laborales y nuevas formas de organización
Linares Soto,Judith Amedec;
Gaceta Laboral , 2006,
Abstract: this article studies changes that have occurred in labour relations and their incidence on individuals who must work under such relations. we derive from the central thesis the need to explain the behaviour that different labour organizations in businesses have presented and the profound crises they have undergone. also, it is the intention of this article to analyse labour relations from the perspectives of change and transformation, dealing with such subjects as transformations in workers and their organizations, new forms of labour syndicates in venezuela, the future of labour unions in venezuela, and informality as a new format in labour organizations. it concludes with reflections by the author, and adopts theoretical methodological format, which assumes the incorporation of a type of bibliographical design.
Cambios en las relaciones laborales y nuevas formas de organización Changes in Labor Relations and New Forms of Organization
Judith Amedec Linares Soto
Gaceta Laboral , 2006,
Abstract: El presente artículo se orienta al estudio de los cambios ocurridos en las relaciones laborales y su incidencia en los individuos que en ellas convive. Se deriva de la tesis central la necesidad de explicar el comportamiento que han tenido las distintas formas de organización de los trabajadores dentro de las empresas. Así mismo, este artículo tiene la intención de analizar las Relaciones laborales desde una perspectiva de cambio y transformación, tratando aspectos tales como: transformaciones de los trabajadores y de sus organizaciones, la nueva forma de sindicalización en Venezuela, la crisis del sindicato, hacia dónde va el sindicalismo y la informalidad como una nueva composición de la organización laboral. Concluye con unas reflexiones aportadas por la autora. Adopta una metodología de carácter teórico, lo cual asume la incorporación del tipo de dise o de carácter bibliográfico. This article studies changes that have occurred in labour relations and their incidence on individuals who must work under such relations. We derive from the central thesis the need to explain the behaviour that different labour organizations in businesses have presented and the profound crises they have undergone. Also, it is the intention of this article to analyse labour relations from the perspectives of change and transformation, dealing with such subjects as transformations in workers and their organizations, new forms of labour syndicates in Venezuela, the future of labour unions in Venezuela, and informality as a new format in labour organizations. It concludes with reflections by the author, and adopts theoretical methodological format, which assumes the incorporation of a type of bibliographical design.
AUMENTO DEL CONTENIDO PROTEICO DE UNA BEBIDA A BASE DE AMARANTO (Amaranthus hypochondriacus)
Contreras L,Elizabeth; Jaimez O,Judith; Soto R,Juan Carlos; Casta?eda O,Aracelí; A?orve M,Javier;
Revista chilena de nutrición , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-75182011000300008
Abstract: the aim of this work was to increase the protein content ofan amaranth drink (amarantole) with different proteins sources (chickpea, pea, lacto serum, powdered milk and soybean milk). different mixtures of amarantole-protein mix were prepared in four proportions (80:20,75:25,70:30 and 60:40). the best mixtures were selected according to the increase in the protein content and its sensory characteristics assayed by using degree of liking, preference and ranking test. chemical and mineral composition was determined according to the aoac techniques. protein quality was determined by the protein efficiency ratio test (per) and in vivo digestibility. amarantole-lacto serum show the highest % cent in protein content (22.66%). the minerals more abundant in all the mixtures were ca, k, mg and na. in general, all the mixtures presented highest values of per (2.61 a 3.26) than the reference (casein per=2.5) diet. mixtures added of lactoserum and milk-lactoserum (88.19 y 86.0%) presented a similar digestibility to the casein diet (91.28%). in conclusion, amarantole-lactoserum mixture showed the best characteristics concerning protein content, digestibility and per value.
Safety and Efficacy of a Thermally Regulated Radiofrequency Home-Device for Rhytide and Laxity Treatment  [PDF]
Judith Hellman, Hela Goren, R. Stephen Mulholland
Journal of Cosmetics, Dermatological Sciences and Applications (JCDSA) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jcdsa.2015.53020
Abstract: The growth of the medical aesthetic industry is tremendous, and not surprisingly, has been followed by the introduction of new novel technologies for home use. This study focuses on the Silk’n Home Skin Tightening (HST), a home use device that uses a thermally regulated radiofrequency (RF) delivery technology. This technology allows the end point dermal temperatures to be sustained safely for a prolonged period of time, optimizing the non-ablative dermal collagen, elastin and ground substance production. Enhancement of the clinical results of rhytides and laxity improvement are noted. In this study, the HST protocol and technology innovation is outlined. The results of a blinded, independent assessment of photographs before and 1 month after 20 biweekly sessions demonstrated that 96% of patients achieved an average improvement of 1.6 grades (32%) in their Fitzpatrick wrinkling and elastosis scale, with no significant complications.
Serotonergic Modulation of Conditioned Fear
Judith R. Homberg
Scientifica , 2012, DOI: 10.6064/2012/821549
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Serotonergic Modulation of Conditioned Fear
Judith R. Homberg
Scientifica , 2012, DOI: 10.6064/2012/821549
Abstract: Conditioned fear plays a key role in anxiety disorders as well as depression and other neuropsychiatric conditions. Understanding how neuromodulators drive the associated learning and memory processes, including memory consolidation, retrieval/expression, and extinction (recall), is essential in the understanding of (individual differences in vulnerability to) these disorders and their treatment. The human and rodent studies I review here together reveal, amongst others, that acute selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) treatment facilitates fear conditioning, reduces contextual fear, and increases cued fear, chronic SSRI treatment reduces both contextual and cued fear, 5-HT1A receptors inhibit the acquisition and expression of contextual fear, 5-HT2A receptors facilitates the consolidation of cued and contextual fear, inactivation of 5-HT2C receptors facilitate the retrieval of cued fear memory, the 5-HT3 receptor mediates contextual fear, genetically induced increases in serotonin levels are associated with increased fear conditioning, impaired cued fear extinction, or impaired extinction recall, and that genetically induced 5-HT depletion increases fear conditioning and contextual fear. Several explanations are presented to reconcile seemingly paradoxical relationships between serotonin levels and conditioned fear. 1. Introduction Persistence of conditioned fear is a core process in the development of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as well as other anxiety-related disorders and depression [1]. An issue that is occupying scientists for decades is the phenomenon that some individuals more than others are vulnerable to engage into increased conditioned fear responses. Although lots of progress has been made in the understanding of the brain circuit implicated in conditioned fear, the factors that trigger differential function of this brain circuit remain rather elusive. Here it is my aim to highlight the role of serotonin in conditioned fear. Serotonin (5-HT) is an ancient molecule that may help the individual to attune behaviour towards specific elements of the environment, particularly conditioned stimuli. Indeed, it has been shown that 5-HT levels in the amygdala are increased in response to cued conditioned fear, but not unconditioned fear [2, 3], and that fear conditioning and fear-potentiated startle increase c-Fos expression in raphe nuclei [4]. Yet, there are several conditioning processes involved in the expression of conditioned fear, like fear conditioning, (re)consolidation, expression, extinction, and the recall of fear
K-Theory of Azumaya Algebras
Judith R Millar
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: For an Azumaya algebra $A$ which is free over its centre $R$, we prove that the $K$-theory of $A$ is isomorphic to $K$-theory of $R$ up to its rank torsion. We observe that a graded central simple algebra, graded by an abelian group, is a graded Azumaya algebra and it is free over its centre. So the above result, from the non-graded setting, covers graded central simple algebras. For a graded central simple algebra $A$, we can also consider graded projective modules. Let $\Pgr (R)$ be the category of graded finitely generated projective $R$-modules and $K_i, i\geq 0$, be the Quillen $K$-groups. Then $K_i^{\gr} (R)$ is defined to be $K_i( \Pgr (R))$. We give some examples to show that the graded $K$-theory of $A$ does not necessarily coincide with its usual $K$-theory. For a graded Azumaya algebra $A$, free over its centre $R$ and subject to some conditions, we show that $K_i^{\gr} (A)$ is ``very close'' to $K_i^{\gr}(R)$. Further, we consider additive commutators in the setting of graded division algebras. For a graded division algebra $D$ with a totally ordered abelian grade group, we show how the submodule generated by the additive commutators in $QD$ relates to that of $D$, where $QD$ is the quotient division ring.
Vida Chile 1998-2006: resultados y desafíos de la política de promoción de la salud en Chile
Salinas,Judith; Cancino,Anselmo; Pezoa,Sergio; Salamanca,Fernando; Soto,Marina;
Revista Panamericana de Salud Pública , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1020-49892007000200008
Abstract: the government of chile has placed a high priority on health promotion. this is evident in the advances made through its national plan for health promotion (plan nacional de promoción de la salud) and the vida chile national council for health promotion (consejo nacional para la promoción de la salud vida chile). chaired by the minister of health, vida chile is made up of 28 public and private institutions from around the country. vida chile has a network of local councils that have been established in the country's comunas (communes, or local-level divisions of the country's provinces) and that include government officials and representatives of local societal and community organizations and private businesses. this report details the methods used to evaluate the national plan as well as provides a preliminary assessment of the technical and financial results for the 1998-2006 period. coverage indicators (number of participants; number of accredited health-promoting schools, workplaces, and universities; and number of health promotion events) and the extent of strategy implementation were used to measure the success of the program. health promotion activities grew markedly during this period. among the notable accomplishments were the following four: (1) 98% of the communes now have their own community health promotion plan and intersectoral vida chile committee to implement the plan, (2) there has been an increase in societal and community groups involved in the health promotion strategies, (3) 34% of the primary and secondary schools have become accredited health-promoting schools, and (4) approximately 20% of the total population benefited directly from community-health-plan activities in 2006. the average per capita cost of the community health plans' activities in 2006 was us$ 6.60. the two most important factors that facilitated the operation of the local health promotion plans were participation by community and societal groups and having an adequate budget
The marine leech Stibarobdella loricata (Harding, 1924) (Hirudinea, Piscicolidae), parasitic on the angel shark Squatina spp. and sandtiger shark Carcharias taurus Rafinesque, 1810 (Chondrichthyes: Squatinidae, Carchariidae) in Southern Brazilian waters
Soto, J. M. R.;
Brazilian Journal of Biology , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-69842003000400016
Abstract: the presence of the marine leech, stibarobdella loricata (harding, 1924) (hirudinea, piscicolidae), is reported on the southern coast of brazil, based on seven lots with 47 specimens, between 71 and 182 mm in total length, collected on the dorsal region of angel sharks, squatina argentina (marini, 1930); s. guggenheim marini, 1936; s. punctata marini, 1936 (chondrichthyes, squatinidae); and on the head of a sandtiger shark, carcharias taurus rafinesque, 1810 (chondrichthyes, carchariidae). this is the first record of s. loricata in the western atlantic and of its parasitic association with s. argentina, s. guggenheim, s. punctata, and c. taurus.
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